El Departamento de Obstetricia y Ginecología del Boston Medical Center es líder en la salud de la mujer. Los cuidadores contribuyen a la salud y el bienestar a largo plazo de las mujeres atendidas al brindar constantemente atención médica de la más alta calidad a todos y cada uno de los pacientes.
Soledad Diaz, CNM
Paula Latortue Albino, MD
Sarah O’Connor, MD
LaKedra Pam, MD
Bianca Passarelli, NP
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BOSTON – According to new research from Boston Medical Center, younger women aged 21-39 are more likely to be over-screened for cervical cancer, while older women aged 50-64…
BOSTON – New research from Boston Medical Center suggests that hourly patient evaluation and documentation of the birthing plan in the second stage of labor decreases the second-stage of labor…
Pregnancy-related deaths jumped during the pandemic, with Black women suffering the highest mortality rates. BMC obstetrician-gynecologist, Dr. Tejumola Adegoke, joins The Boston Globe to weigh in on…
Black women, infants face highest risk during and after pregnancy
Información Sobre Residencia y Becas
El Departamento de Obstetricia y Ginecología ofrece programas de pasantía, becas y residencias para estudiantes de medicina y recién graduados interesados en especializarse en obstetricia y ginecología. Debido a que Boston Medical Center es el hospital de red de seguridad más grande de Nueva Inglaterra que atiende a una población diversa de pacientes, las oportunidades de educación médica aquí son especialmente gratificantes y desafiantes.
El Departamento de Obstetricia y Ginecología del Boston Medical Center está afiliado a la Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad de Boston (BUSM). Obtenga más información sobre nuestros programas aquí:
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