Three experienced physicians and nurse practitioner will staff the OB/GYN office
FISHERS, IND. – St.Vincent Women's recently opened a new obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) office at St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast off of exit 10 on I-69.
Three board-certified OB/GYN physicians and a nurse practitioner will work closely with women to provide specialized care in gynecology, as well as routine and complicated obstetric services. The obstetrics and gynecology office is conveniently located for patients from Fishers, Noblesville and southwestern Madison County markets.
The physicians include: Drs. John A. Leone, Richard W. Gates, Brandy Garrett and nurse practitioner Julie Schnieders.
"The opening of a new obstetrics and gynecology office at St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast emphasizes our commitment to increasing access to quality health care for women throughout the area," said Anne Coleman, administrator of St.Vincent Women's Hospital and Peyton Manning Children's Hospital at St.Vincent. "Women will have immediate access to the comprehensive programs and services, specialists, technology and compassionate care of St.Vincent."
The St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast office is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
To make an appointment, call 317-415-9010.
About St.Vincent Women's HospitalSt.Vincent Women’s Hospital is Central Indiana’s only dedicated women’s hospital, providing a full continuum of care. The 209,025-square-foot hospital encompasses 48 private rooms, a 26-bed High-Risk Obstetrics Unit, a 24/7 staffed Level III C 75-bed Newborn Intensive Care Unit and the largest group of Maternal Fetal Medicine physicians in Indiana. St.Vincent Women’s Hospital offers quality services including prenatal diagnosis, genetic counseling, breast health, menopause and gynecologic health. The family-focused practice of keeping the neonate with the mother at the hospital establishes St.Vincent Women’s Hospital as a leader in newborn care throughout the state. The hospital’s Center for Women’s Health is a comprehensive resource providing beneficial health education and information for women and serves as a portal to help women navigate through health services. The faith-based hospital is the first in the state to earn the Disease-Specific Care Certification for High Risk Obstetrics from The Joint Commission, the nation’s premier healthcare accreditation entity.
For more information please contact:
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