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Women's Health Network Philosophy

We endeavor to build lifelong relationships with our patients believing strongly in understanding, care and compassion that we would look for if we were seeing an OB/GYN practitioner.

Why should I choose Women’s Health Network OBGYN services?

So what makes a good OBGYN? Well the answer is complex. Of course the training, background and years of work experience of the OBGYN make a difference. But in addition to the formal training and years of experience, many women look for a greater level of care and understanding from their OBGYN. Female patients want to be treated with an individual level of care for their gynecology and obstetrics needs. The doctors and staff at Women's Health Network understand that - and we treat our patients as we would want to be treated if we were being seen by our doctor.

Female Gynecologist / Female Obstetrician – Women Understanding Women

In recent years there has been a significant shift from seeing largely male gynecologists to larger presence of female gynecologists in most large population centers of America. Female patients can relate, speak more freely and ask more questions with Female gynecologist or obstetrician. Women's Health Network's founder Dr. Fishman and her all female staff understand this and provide their female patients with the best and most comprehensive OBGYN services.

Our Treatment Philosophy

The founder of the Women’s Health Network Dr. Fishman has strong roots in Osteopathic traditions. Like allopathic physicians (or M.D.s), osteopathic physicians complete 4 years of medical school and can choose to practice in any specialty of medicine. However, osteopathic physicians receive an additional 300 - 500 hours in the study of hands-on manual medicine and the body's musculoskeletal system. Osteopathic medicine is dedicated to treating and healing the patient as a whole, rather than focusing on one system or body part. Dr. Fishman believes in "treating the entire person, not just the symptom". This balance provides for the best and most complete care possible for any gynecological or obstetric treatment.