Finding Relief from GYN Conditions During COVID-19, Patients in the DMV Have Options
Your GYN conditions don’t stop affecting your life, and CIGC wants to be there for you as you seek relief from symptoms.
Hospitals are shifting their resources to prioritize treatment of Coronavirus cases, and are unable to schedule surgery. The US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service (CMS) recently proposed shifting required surgery to Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs) to decrease patient exposure to hospitals and emergency rooms. Ambulatory Surgery Centers provide a superior alternative to surgical patients as they do not treat Coronavirus patients, and are safer due to rigorous screening, much lower numbers of patients, and minimal exposure.
If you are in urgent need of gynecologic surgery to relieve severe symptoms like abnormal bleeding or chronic pelvic pain, and cannot schedule at the hospital or are looking for a better alternative to hospital-based care due to the COVID-19 pandemic, call The Center for Innovative GYN Care (CIGC) at 888-787-4379 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CIGC surgeons Dr. Natalya Danilyants and Dr. Paul MacKoul have been performing surgery at Innovations Surgery Center (ISC) since 2013. ISC is an AAAHC and CMS approved ASC located in Rockville, MD, with state of the art equipment and safety features. More than 10,000 surgical procedures have been performed at ISC, with extremely high success rates and superior patient satisfaction.
Dr. Danilyants and Dr. MacKoul are fellowship trained specialists focusing 100% on minimally invasive GYN surgery for conditions such as fibroids and endometriosis. They do not practice Obstetrics, and are trained to perform even the most complex surgical procedures in an outpatient setting, providing women with superior surgical outcomes, and a faster post-operative recovery of only 1-2 weeks.
Your GYN conditions don’t stop affecting your life, and CIGC wants to be there for you as you seek relief from symptoms. We are offering office visits in Rockville, MD and Reston, VA, as well as telemedicine appointments. To learn more about how we are keeping your GYN care safe until — and beyond — the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit our COVID-19 information page.
Don’t let COVID-19 delay your care. Talk with a patient relations coordinator about your options today.