6095 Transit Rd East Amherst, NY 14051(716) 634-9303 |
Call us about fertility testing today.
is important to find a comfortable, welcoming environment for all
of your women's health needs. Whether you're looking for fertility
testing or routine women's health checks, All Care For Women is the
gynecology OB/GYN to call.
Care For Women in Buffalo, NY, is a gynecology OB/GYN that provides
extensive knowledge and service for every patient to better
understand her health and needs. For a comfortable
environment that puts your health care first, this is the
gynecology center for you.
All Care for Women is an all female practice located in Buffalo, NY that continuously invites patients to live happier, healthier lifestyles with exceptional women's health services. They are fully committed to educating every patient so that they can understand and know the benefits of well-informed, healthy decisions.
At All Care For Women, they are fully committed to providing a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere for gynecology OB/GYN . Women should see a gynecology OB/GYN yearly for annual check ups and assessments as well as your annual PAP smear. Visiting your primary care doctor is necessary for general health concerns, but you should see a gynecology OB/GYN professional once a year for your reproductive health. Your OB/GYN can answer any questions on menstrual issues, sexual history and even fertility concerns.
From contraceptive management to fertility testing, board certified Judith A. Nabi-Ortman, M.D and the staff, are all highly trained and very experienced in order to provide you the best possible, most fulfilling services. Some of these services include high-risk and standard prenatal care including the nuchal fold sonogram. The staff and doctor at All Care For Women, are all also well experienced in laparoscopic/keyhole internal surgical techniques to allow them a more conclusive, thorough examination of the female reproductive system.
Our office is ther pefect
location to visit for more information on women's health issues of
all types. Perhaps two of the largest factos that can greatly
affect a woman's life are perimenopause and HPV. Perimenopause is
the transitional time period when a woman's body is making its
natural way towards permanent infertility (menopause). HPV is short
for human papilomavirus and it is the most common viral infection
of the female reproductive tract. HPV can also lead to cancer. All
Care for Women has information about these, and other factors that
have an influence in a woman's life. From family
planning advice to the "Take Shape For Life" weight management
program, there is a form of guidance for every patient when it
comes to women's health and wellness.
For more information on one-on-one counseling, services and contact information for All Care For Women, visit their website. Depending on what you are visiting the gynecology OB/GYN for, you may be directed to either one of the Williamsville or West Amherst offices.
Whether you prefer
traditional medical care or a holistic approach, the friendly,
highly-trained staff at All Care for Women of Buffalo, NY, will
listen and help with all of your health care needs. All Care For Women provides a comforting,
friendly and affordable place for women to learn and thrive with
fulfilling treatments and information. Make an appointment today
for fertility testing or any of our other services.
If you're in need of caring and comprehensive women's health care in Buffalo, NY, contact All Care For Women. Out gynecology OB/GYN office provides everything from yearly check-ups to fetility testing. Call them today for happy, healthy alternatives to a happy, healthy you!
Routine GYN exams, standard GYN evaluations, GYN and prenatal sonograms, liquid based pap smears, treatment of abnormal pap smears, HPV testing (HPV vaccine-coming in 2007), heavy bleeding/menorrhagia, PMS therapy, hormone replacement counseling & treatment, treatments for menstrual mood disorders, teen counseling on STD’s & body changes, family planning advice, contraceptive management, infertility-evaluation, counseling and treatment, osteoporosis prevention & treatment, BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 gene testing for familiar breast and ovarian cancer risk, urinary incontinence and urgency, bladder installation therapy, pelvic floor disorders, chronic pelvic pain, valvodynia, in office procedures for heavy clotty menstrual periods.
STAFF Dr. Judith Ortman-Nabi is an Obstetrician and Gynecologist who received her MD degree and completed her residency at the University of New York at Buffalo. She became board certified in 1995 by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecologists. Born and raised in Middletown, Ohio, Dr. Ortman-Nabi is married and has four children, including twin boys.
Karen Glor, NP has been a Nurse Practitioner since 1995. She graduated from the State University of NY at Buffalo with her MS and NP degrees.
Rose "Terrie" Palazzo, RPA-C has been a Board Certified Physician's Assistant since 1987. She graduated from Gannon University in Erie, PA with a concentration in women's health.
Sharon Kolipinski, CNM has been a Certified Nurse Midwife since 1999. She graduated from the University of Rochester and also holds a post-graduate certificate from the University of New York at Stony Brook.
Dr. Mahour-Moyer is a board eligible Obstetrician and Gynecologist. She received her MD degree and completed her residency at the University of New York at Buffalo.
Dr. Lajeunesse is a board certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist. She received her MD degree and completed her residency at the University of New York at Buffalo.
I was a patient here for five years. The medical staff was nice but the rest of the staff was consistently rude whether in person or on the phone. At my last visit they mixed up my records completely with those of another patient. So much so that I had to go through everything and tell them whether it was my information or not. Even after moving a couple towns away I continued to go here because the NP I saw for my yearly visits was wonderful. I recently found out that I'm pregnant and called to schedule an appointment. The staff was again rude but this time they were condescending as well. This is my first pregnancy and when I asked a simple question the woman on the phone actually laughed at me. I was willing to ignore it because I liked my NP so much, but while making my appointment I found out she no longer works there. I decided to take a queue from her and find someplace better. I did and today I called to have me records faxed to my new doctor. They told me they charge 75 cents per page to fax records. I asked if I could come and pick them up instead and I was informed it is still 75 cents per page. They are my records. I have every right to them. The paper and ink does not cost them 75 cents per page. The public library only charges 10 cents! It's extortion. They are holding my records ransom. Take my advice. Go anywhere but here.