The Division of General Obstetrics and Gynecology is comprised of sixteen board-certified obstetricians/gynecologists that practice at ten sites around the Madison area.
Our physicians perform gynecologic surgery at both Meriter and the Madison Surgery Center. We are skilled in a wide variety of surgical procedures including pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence and minimally invasive procedures, including laparoscopic hysterectomies and laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomies.
We practice at both St. Mary’s and Meriter hospitals, the only group in Madison to do so. At Meriter, we provide in-house coverage in support of the residency program, and also support our Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine by providing obstetrical care for its patients. We are responsible for accepting most patients referred from outlying hospitals and for providing care to most of the unassigned patients who may be present. We serve as consultants to Family Practice physicians from several different practices, and have a collaborative practice with the UW Hospital and Clinics Certified Nurse Midwife program.
Our primary mission is to provide excellent clinical care, but we are also devoted to the education and training of medical students and residents. We teach not only on labor and delivery and in the operating room, but in our clinics and the classroom as well. We are proud to be involved with the training of the next generation of physicians.
The UW Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology offers comprehensive obstetrical services. The physicians deliver approximately 3,800 babies per year at all hospitals in Madison. Our services include:
- General and high risk obstetrics
- Pre-conception counseling and screening
- Contraceptive management (birth control)
- Infertility evaluation and treatment
- Obstetrical consultative services
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