Garden Ob/Gyn at Massapequa

4150 Sunrise Hwy
Massapequa NY 11758
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Opening Hours

  • Mon: 7:30am-8pm
  • Tue: 8am-2pm
  • Wed: 8am-8pm
  • Thu: 2pm-8pm
  • Fri: 8am-2pm
  • Sat: 8am-2pm

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At our practice we deliver over 1,200 babies annually. In 2014 we delivered 1,309. Of these, only 41 patients delivered prematurely giving us a preterm delivery rate of 3.10% which is significantly lower than the national average at 11.4%. New York State, although slightly better than the National Average at 10.9%, is still more than double the percentage of Garden OB/GYN. (GRAPH 1) OUR PHILOSOPHY Dedicated To Your Health And Well-Being Personalized Care. Comprehensive Services. Real Results. Garden OB/GYN is a group of health care professionals dedicated to YOU – to your health and well-being, and to your unique needs. We are committed to caring for you with empathy, compassion and an emphasis on education. Compassionate and quality medicine defines the mission we practice at all of our Garden OB/GYN locations. Each patient's individual well-being has been the cornerstone concern of all those involved in our practice for the past 20 years Premature Birth: An Effort To Prevent A First Time And Every Time At Garden OB/GYN, we believe that the key to a favorable pregnancy outcome is routine monitoring for fetal and maternal well being. This is why it is vital that we are diligent in our practices to ensure a baby stay in the womb for as long as possible. Preterm birth is one of our nation’s leading problems. According to the CDC, in 2012, 1:9 babies were born prematurely. Prematurity is defined as a fetus that is born before the 37 weeks of gestation. Saving Lives: Early Cancer Detection And Screenings Early detection of gynecological cancers can be the difference between life and death. At Garden OB/GYN, we are able to detect ovarian and endometrial cancer at an earlier stage than other OBGYN practices. Thanks to our expertise in 3D and Doppler ultrasound, we are able to thoroughly examine our patients in the office, at every visit. Patient survival rates improve drastically with a prompt diagnosis. According to the editor in chief of Contemporary OB/GYN,