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Anthem Insurance Update

 

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Effective November 1, 2017 Mid-Atlantic Women’s Care will no longer be in-network providers with Anthem.


We will happily continue to take care of your health care needs as an out-of-network provider. However this will mean that Anthem’s policies may penalize you with higher co-insurance and co-pays.


Should you have any questions about your out-of-network benefits please contact your Anthem customer service representative number listed on your health insurance card.

 

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Holiday Special
December 11 - 22

 

During these 12 Days of Christmas, if you purchase the ThermiVa Treatment, you will also receive a ThermiSmooth Face Treatment at half price, to be done at the same appointment as the ThermiVa treatment.

 

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Dr. Ryder one of few in Hampton Roads to achieve Urogynecology subspecialty

By Kimberly A. Harris, RN, MSN, FNP

Dr. Rebecca Ryder of Gynecology Specialists in Chesapeake recently became one of the few doctors in Hampton Roads to receive the American Board of Medical Specialties certification for "Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery," also called Urogynecology.

Dr. Ryder took the first-ever board certification exam given statewide in June 2013 and was notified this week that she had passed. Five other Hampton Roads Gyn doctors also took the exam.

The certification means Dr. Ryder is now a subspecialist in Urogynecology. Although many women have never heard of this subspecialty, it focuses on the very common problems of pelvic floor relaxation and problems with the urinary or lower gastrointestinal system, including incontinence.

Because many of these organs are connected and are located in a very close area, problems with one organ or system often create problems with others.

After her residency, Dr. Ryder received additional training in Urogynecology at Duke University Medical Center and Eastern Virginia Medical School to achieve this subspecialty.


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If you are suffering from problems with the urinary system, problems with the lower gastrointestinal system, incontinence, or other pelvic floor health issues and live in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Eastern Shore, Peninsula, Hampton Roads or North Carolina, please contact our GYN Clinic at (757) 312-8221. Our GYN doctor is a subspecialist in Urogynecology and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery and can help you.


About our GYN Clinic

Our GYN doctor is a subspecialist in Urogynecology and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, and helps women suffering from problems with the urinary system, problems with the lower gastrointestinal system, incontinence, or other pelvic floor health issues.  We care for women of all ages in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Eastern Shore, Peninsula, Hampton Roads and North Carolina.

     
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