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  • Ramzi Alkass, MD

    263 Farmington Ave
    Farmington, CT 6030
  • Danielle Luciano, M.D.

    Distance: 4.87 mi
    100 Grand St
    Suite E-3
    New Britain, CT 6052
  • Leena Shah, M.D.

    Distance: 4.87 mi
    40 Hart St
    Building A
    New Britain, CT 6052
  • Joseph Welna, M.D.

    Distance: 4.87 mi
    3 Rockridge Rd
    New Britain, CT 6052
  • Distance: 5.48 mi
    836 Farmington Ave. S. 211
    West Hartford, CT 6119
  • Ewa Jacunski, MD

    Distance: 5.48 mi
    345 N Main St
    Suite 201
    West Hartford, CT 6117
  • Distance: 6.22 mi
    35 Nod Rd Ste 201b
    Avon, CT 6001
  • Distance: 6.22 mi
    35 Nod Rd
    Avon, CT 6001
  • Distance: 6.22 mi
    22 Waterville Road
    Avon, CT 6001
  • Distance: 6.9 mi
    277 West St
    Bristol, CT 6010
  • Gene Freylikhman, MD

    Distance: 8.16 mi
    449 Farmington Avenue
    Hartford, CT 6105
  • Gene Kirschenbaum, MD

    Distance: 8.16 mi
    360 Market Street
    Hartford, CT 6120
  • Janice Lee, MD

    Distance: 8.16 mi
    1 Main St
    Hartford Gyn Center
    Hartford, CT 6106
  • John Monaco, MD

    Distance: 8.16 mi
    21 Woodland St
    Suite 112
    Hartford, CT 6105
  • Mary Pauline Olsen, M.D.

    Distance: 8.16 mi
    114 Woodland St
    Hartford, CT 6105
  • Distance: 9.05 mi
    580 Cottage Grove Rd
    Suite 208
    Bloomfield, CT 6002
  • Distance: 11.55 mi
    464 Stanley Dr
    Glastonbury, CT 6033
  • Vincent McClain, M.D.

    Distance: 14.35 mi
    1250 Silver St
    Middletown, CT 6457
  • Distance: 14.35 mi
    760 Saybrook Rd
    Middletown, CT 6457
  • Robert Yordan, MD

    Distance: 14.35 mi
    540 Saybrook Road
    Middletown, CT 6457
  • 10 Points

    Distance: 15.66 mi
    416 Highland Avenue
    Bldg B
    Cheshire, CT 6410
  • Jose Eguia, MD

    Distance: 15.91 mi
    60 Westwood Ave
    Suite 200
    Waterbury, CT 6708
  • Cynthia Elis, M.D.

    Distance: 16.1 mi
    1050 Sullivan Ave
    Suite a4
    South Windsor, CT 6074
  • Joann Price, M.D.

    Distance: 16.72 mi
    185 Hamilton Ave
    Watertown, CT 6795
  • Irwin Pahl, M.D.

    Distance: 20.36 mi
    18 Deep Brook Hbr
    Suffield, CT 6078
  • Distance: 22.62 mi
    60 Washington Ave
    Suite 201
    Hamden, CT 6518
  • Max Chorowski, M.D.

    Distance: 26.16 mi
    175 Dwight Rd
    Suite 103
    Longmeadow, MA 1106
  • Sharon MacMillan, MD 180 Points

    Distance: 26.61 mi
    200 Silver Street
    Suite 214
    Agawam, MA 1001
  • Distance: 26.61 mi
    200 Silver St
    Suite 214
    Agawam, MA 1001
  • Distance: 28.92 mi
    281 Maple St
    East Longmeadow, MA 1028

Nearby Cities

New Britain (4.87 mi)
West Hartford (5.48 mi)
Avon (6.22 mi)
Bristol (6.9 mi)
Hartford (8.16 mi)
Bloomfield (9.05 mi)
Glastonbury (11.56 mi)
Middletown (14.36 mi)
Cheshire (15.67 mi)
Waterbury (15.91 mi)
South Windsor (16.11 mi)
Watertown (16.73 mi)
Suffield (20.37 mi)
Hamden (22.63 mi)

Gynecologist Info

Gynecologist Summary:

A gynecologist is a medical doctor who specializes in women's health issues, especially those concerning the reproductive system. A gynecologist can diagnose and treat a variety of conditions that affect a woman's reproductive system.

Gynecologist Treatments may include:



- Women's health
- Genitourinary disorders
- Gynecological cancers
- Breast conditions
- Ovarian Cysts
- Infertility
- Menopause
- Contraception
- Incontinence
- Sexually transmitted disease
- Uterine fibroids

Gynecologist Specialties include:


Obstetrics involves caring for women and their health during pregnancy, childbirth, and post-natal care. Gynecological oncology deals with treatment of cancers that affect a woman's reproductive system. Gynecologists may also sub-specialize in pediatric, adolescent, menopausal, or geriatric gynecology. Other sub-specialties in gynecology include endocrinology and infertility, urology, pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery.

Gynecology Procedures and Treatments:


A gynecologist can assess, diagnose, and treat issues affecting a woman's reproductive tract. Interviews, external observations, internal examinations, PAP tests, medical imaging, amniocentesis, and biopsy are used to help gynecologists with diagnosis.

Treatments may involve the use of medication, sex education and contraceptives, D&C, tubal ligation, mastectomy, hysterectomy, laparoscopy, and colposcopy.

Gynecology Profession Details:
Gynecologists must complete medical school then additional training in women's health and surgical requirements. Board certification and licensing are required for practicing gynecologists in the United States. Continuing education is required to maintain certification.

Gynecology Associations:
The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology is responsible for certification of both gynecologists and obstetricians in the United States, with nearly 1,700 certifications occurring each year. This non-profit organization is independently maintained and is recognized as a specialty board by the Medical Board of Medical Specialties.


Gynecologist FAQs:

What Is a Gynecologist?


A gynecologist is a medical doctor that specializes in women's health issues, especially those pertaining to the reproductive system.

What Is the Difference between a Gynecologist and an Obstetrician?


An obstetrician is a gynecologist who sub-specializes in issues regarding pregnancy and childbirth and has more training and experience regarding those issues as well as childbirth and potential complications that might arise.

How Do I Find the Best Gynecologist in My Area?


You can find the best local gynecologist for your needs on Wellness.com, through other search sites including the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and from recommendations by your family doctor, relatives, and friends. Be sure to ask questions and do some research as it is important to choose a gynecologist you trust and are comfortable with.

Why Do I Need a Gynecologist?


Women should see a gynecologist at least once a year for regular examinations. While family doctors can provide basic services, gynecologists specialize in women's health and reproductive issues so are better equipped to diagnose and treat potential issues.


Gynecologist Related Terms:
Gynecology, obstetrics, OB/GYN, childbirth, pregnancy, mammogram, hysterectomy, uterus, ovaries, cysts, yeast infection, STDs, birth control, tubal ligation, c-section, biopsy, breast exam, menstrual problems, PAP test, vaginal exam, contraception, fertility, infertility, cancer, reproduction