Patient Care at Drexel Obstetrics and Gynecology
Drexel Obstetrics and Gynecology provides high quality, respectful and compassionate care for women at every phase of life. Our physicians, nurse midwives and certified registered nurse practitioners employ the latest treatments and diagnostic methods when providing routine obstetrical care, high-risk obstetrical care, routine gynecologic care, minimally invasive gynecologic surgery, robotic surgery, vaginitis care, menopause symptom management, urinary incontinence and fertility care.
Visit DrexelMedicine.org to learn more about Drexel Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Meet our doctors
Learn more about our services
Make an appointment
Drexel Gynecology Study
Drexel Gynecology is participating in a study for patients with uterine fibroids. The SONATA (Sonography-Guided Transcervical Ablation) Study is being conducted at up to 27 centers in the U.S., Mexico and Europe and is designed to establish the safety and effectiveness of a new, investigational device in reducing heavy menstrual bleeding caused by uterine fibroids. The study is a single-arm trial in which all qualified patients will be treated with the Sonata System, which is an ultrasound-guided radiofrequency ablation device permitting treatment of eligible fibroids via a transcervical approach. Enrollment is expected to close October 2016.
- Is incisionless
- Conserves the uterus
- Does not require general anesthesia
- Is an outpatient procedure
Patients who may be eligible:
- Are between 25 and 50 years old
- Suffer from heavy bleeding associated with uterine fibroids
- Have no desire to become pregnant in the future
If you have a patient who desires treatment for uterine fibroids or a patient who you suspect has heavy menstrual bleeding related to fibroids, we would be happy to complete a work-up to determine if she is eligible for treatment within this study. This would take place at no cost to the patient. Modest compensation is offered, as participants will be expected to attend multiple appointments and complete menstrual diaries and questionnaires.
For additional information, contact Marisol Burgos, at 215.762.7442 or email@example.com.
Women Needed for Vaginal Infection Research Study
Drexel Vaginitis Center is currently recruiting women who have a vaginal infection for a research study testing new medications. If you have symptoms of a vaginal infection, such as itching, burning, irritation, odor or discharge you may qualify. Participants must (at a minimum):
- Not be pregnant or nursing a baby
- Not have used antibiotics or antifungals in the last 14 days
- Be using an effective form of birth control
The study involves two or three office visits. Eligible women will receive study-related exams and medication as well as compensation for time and travel expenses. Enrollment is expected to close October 31, 2016.
For more information contact Marisol Burgos at 215.762.7442 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
News and Announcements
2018 Faculty Awards
Congratulations to Paul Nyirjesy, MD, recipient of the William Likoff Clinical Excellence Award. See all 2018 faculty awardees.
The Golden Apple Awards recognize excellence in teaching and outstanding service by faculty and staff of Drexel University College of Medicine.
With a rapidly growing immigrant population, Philadelphia ranks seventh among major U.S. cities with the highest prevalence — up to 16,500 — of women and girls impacted by female genital cutting (FGC). (October 21, 2016)
There are currently no upcoming events.
In the Media
"Women's Care Center Addresses Needs of Circumcised Women and Girls"
Related Faculty: Sandra Wolf, MD
Pulse (Winter 2016)
"Drexel Medicine Meets Haute Tech: Devices You Can Wash and Wear"
Related Faculty: Owen Montgomery, MD
College of Medicine Alumni Magazine (Fall/Winter 2016)
"How Does Breastfeeding Affect Your Sex Drive?"
Related Faculty: Susan Kellogg-Spadt, PhD
Romper (May 26, 2016)
"Paul Nyirjesy from Drexel University College of Medicine: Chronic Vaginitis a Multifaceted Issue for Patients and Doctors"
Related Faculty: Paul Nyirjesy, MD
MD Magazine (March 24, 2016)
"6 Myths About Toxic Shock Syndrome"
Related Faculty: Owen Montgomery, MD
Bustle (February 25, 2016)
Back to Top