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Kim Nieves, NP
I joined CIGC October 2015 after moving to Maryland from New York. I was excited to join a team focused on Women’s Health and creating a position where the Nurse Practitioner was encouraged to educate patients about their diagnoses and treatment options. After working as a Nurse Practitioner for over 12 years, it remains a pleasure to have the opportunity to be a resource for patients. Since joining this team, I have had the great fortune of working with a caring staff and many wonderful patients that have welcomed me to this practice and I look forward to the continued growth of this organization.Close
Being part of an elite marketing team for a one-of-a-kind surgical practice was enough to get my interest. CIGC doesn’t just have innovative in its name. Everyone on our team knows the value of patient communications and building a strong brand. Our attention to detail on the front end is a reflection of the level of care patients receive from our incomparable minimally invasive GYN surgeons.
I have a passion for women’s rights, science and technology, and healthy living. Working at CIGC has allowed me to make use of my passions to develop advocacy programs, ensuring women have a support network through each stage of their condition, and a voice to talk about their experience.Close
I came from a large health system and heard of the amazing patient care that was happening at CIGC. When I met the surgeons and leadership team, I knew this was the “place to be”. This is an organization that is an innovative leader in the GYN specialty. On day one, I felt a very friendly and collaborative work culture. CIGC wants its team members to make their difference felt every day. I am excited to be on this journey with CIGC transforming the health care experience one patient at a time.Close
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Waiting for treatment for endometriosis can prolong painful cycles, and many women are convinced that the only way to find relief is to pay tens of thousands of dollars out-of-pocket for surgery. Endometriosis is a condition that is misunderstood, even by OBGYNs. Endometriosis excision is the gold standard procedure for treating the condition, a technique that requires extensive training to perform. Selecting an endometriosis specialist is important for a thorough diagnosis, surgical treatment and long-term maintenance, but that can come at a steep cost if the provider does not accept health insurance.
“When it comes to this complex gynecological condition, finding a GYN specialist who is an expert in localized endometriosis excision and who can perform necessary bowel, bladder and ureter repairs is essential,” said Rupen Baxi, MD. “However, choosing a specialist should not evoke concerns about medical bankruptcy. Specialist providers who do not accept insurance are known to charge thousands of dollars above actual surgery costs, and patients are so desperate for relief, they are willing to mortgage their houses.”Learn More
In minimally invasive GYN surgery, laparoscopic incision placement and size play a significant role in patient recovery time. Choosing the best incision locations for recovery also happen to be the most cosmetically appealing. Strategic placement of tiny incisions through the midline of the abdomen bypass the lateral abdominal muscles completely, allowing for a safer surgery and faster recovery from hysterectomy or myomectomy procedures with minimal pain.
When incisions and instruments have to pass deep within the abdominal muscles they are less safe and take a long time to heal. Conventional laparoscopic and robotic laparoscopic procedures use incision placement that has a higher likelihood of lacerating blood vessels and damaging nerves, but at minimum, they go through musculature that takes much longer to heal, and has a higher level of pain during the recovery.Learn More
As telemedicine options expand, consulting experts like GYN surgical specialists can become a more streamlined process.
Telemedicine Improves Access to GYN Surgical Specialists in Virginia
Virtual consultations with highly skilled minimally invasive GYN surgeons break down healthcare access barriers
When facing a gynecological condition that requires specialty care, having access to the right specialist right away can determine whether a necessary procedure is performed as a painful open or robotic procedure, or as an advanced laparoscopic procedure with a faster and less painful recovery. Access to specialty care remains a struggle for patients living in rural areas, but even in Washington, D.C., trying to make and keep doctors appointments is a challenge due to the unpredictable traffic congestion.
When patients have to schedule time for multiple opinions from specialists, it could mean days out of the office and hours in traffic. However, if a patient could schedule a consultation through the video on their mobile device or computer, the focus can be placed on what is most important: Their health.Learn More
If left untreated, some GYN conditions can lead to long-term damage. There are conditions that are not well understood by many physicians, and can be difficult to diagnose. Adenomyosis is a painful and complex gynecological condition that can be difficult to detect. An ultrasound is insufficient to detect the disease in the uterus. In many cases, an MRI can detect adenomyosis, but if it is small and diffuse, it may not appear on any imaging, and can only be diagnosed during surgery. The only cure is a hysterectomy.Learn More