Catch Dr. Paul MacKoul, MD on Good Morning Washington

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Dr. Paul MacKoul talks to the team at Good Morning Washington about hysterectomies and the need to be your own advocate.

GMW Broadcasts on WJLA-TV; Tune in Wednesday May 20, 2015

Tune in to Good Morning Washington on WJLA-TV, Channel 7 in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday morning just before 9AM to watch Dr. Paul MacKoul, MD talk about the need for women to take a more active role in choosing a GYN surgical specialist for a hysterectomy.

Good Morning Washington Features Hysterectomy Awareness Month

In honor of May as Hysterectomy Awareness Month, Dr. MacKoul will talk about the pros and cons of the different procedures available, how the changes within the medical industry has made choosing a doctor more confusing, and the importance of patient advocacy.

Choose a GYN Specialist. Here’s Why:

An OB/GYN performs an average of 27 hysterectomies per year, while GYN surgical specialists perform an average of 400.

With the development of innovative techniques and procedures that are practiced by GYN specialists can optimize the surgical care and recovery of women.

Always look for the following qualifications from a GYN specialist:

  • Board-certified;
  • Fellowship-trained in minimally invasive surgery or gynecologic oncology;
  • 100 percent focused on GYN surgery;
  • Does not perform obstetrics – no distractions from the main focus;
  • High volume of patients, making for a high level of experience; and
  • No open or robotic procedures.

Learn more from Dr. MacKoul on Good Morning Washington, aired on WJLA-TV, Channel 7 in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 9am.

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