We are happy to announce the addition of two new obstetrician-gynecologists as well as a women’s health-certified nurse practitioner to our practice. Drs. Suzanne Griffith and Rachelle St. Onge are both currently seeing patients at our Wehrle office. Kari Beardsley, WHNP, is seeing patients at both our Wehrle office and our downtown office in the… Read more »
Open Position – Advanced Practice Provider
Due to increasing demand, UBMD Obstetrics & Gynecology is searching for a full-time Advanced Practice Provider (NP or CNM) to join our team. If interested, or know someone who would be, see our ad on Indeed. We look forward to hearing from you!
New gynecology access program aims to reduce downtown health disparities
UBMD Obstetrics & Gynecology announced a new gynecology access program on Channel 7 (WKBW). See press release below. PRESS RELEASE Buffalo, NY -A broader range of medical services for women will be available downtown, now that UBMD Obstetrics & Gynecology is instituting a new office-based gynecologic procedure access (OBGA) program at its downtown office…. Read more »
Is marijuana safe during pregnancy?
Dr. Vanessa Barnabei discusses the safety of smoking marijuana while pregnant in the August addition of In Good Health.
Drs. Barnabei and De Nagy interviewed in April’s issue of “In Good Health”
In the April addition of In Good Health, Dr. Vanessa Barnabei discusses pain associated with sex and Dr. Joseph De Nagy provides advice on how to manage painful menstruation.
Predicting preterm birth
Dr. Angelle Brebnor is a co-author of a multi-center study comparing methods for predicting preterm birth in women who may be in preterm labor. The study showed that a rapid bedside test for placental [alpha] microglobulin-1 performed the same as standard fetal-fibronectin testing in ruling out spontaneous preterm delivery. Because this new test is faster… Read more »
What is Urogynecology?
Drs. Ablove and Abu-Sitta discuss all you need to know about urogynecology in a recent UBMD blog post.
New Down syndrome test reports fewer false positives
Dr. Vanessa Barnabei discusses new testing available for Down syndrome with WBFO.