Women's Services

Kamran Khazaei, MD, Chairman of OB/GYN at Trinitas, prepares a patient for surgery with the new daVinci robotic surgical system.

 

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Lisa Conklin, PT, Specialist in Women's Health Physical Therapy, and Jim Dunleavy, Director, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, examine a portable biofeedback unit used to help women strengthen their pelvic floor muscles.

 Women's Imaging
The Women's Imaging Center at Trinitas Regional Medical Center was created to focus on meeting the special health care needs of women in our community.

Our new, technologically advanced, FDA-approved and MQSA (Mammography Quality Standards Act) certified facility provides the services — mammography, stereotactic needle biopsy, ultrasound and bone densitometry — that are essential in addressing women's concerns.

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The latest in low-dose mammography equipment is in use at Trinitas, and now a comprehensive Women's Imaging Center features a one-stop approach to women's healthcare including bone densitometry testing, ultrasound, minimally invasive stereotactic breast imaging and ultrasound-guided aspiration/biopsy. The Women's Imaging Center is part of a $3.8 million investment in radiologic imaging. Other enhancements include a new MRI and CT Scanner that offer maximum patient comfort and shorter exam times. For more information please call 908-994-5984.

Trinitas is leading in innovations designed to help women who suffer from urinary incontinence. Learn more about the minimally invasive TVT Procedure performed by urogynecologist Labib Riachi, MD. A key part of this program is Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Treatment service consisting of specialized physical therapy that offers an alternative to surgery or medication for women suffering from urinary incontinence.

The unveiling of the daVinci Robotic Surgical System recently brought added advancements to women's care, according to Kamran Khazaei, MD, Chairman of OB/GYN. "The fine movements and minimally invasive approach allowed by the daVinci system brings benefits to women undergoing hysterectomies, GYN oncology treatments and urogynecological procedures," he said.

Trinitas is proud to offer a non-surgical option for women who undergo hysterectomy to treat excessive menstrual or uterine bleeding. Learn more about a procedure called endometrial ablation (EA)," which involves removing only the lining of a woman's uterus using warmed water.

A Trinitas Regional Medical Center physician, Labib E. Riachi, MD, has become the first surgeon in the United States to begin using a new, minimally invasive treatment option for stress incontinence in women. The Gynecare TVT Abbrevo is a 12 centimeter mesh sling that is placed in the body under local or regional anesthesia during a 10-minute procedure.

Trinitas Regional Medical Center is one of just eight healthcare facilities in New Jersey to receive the American College of Surgeons National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC). Both the Trinitas Diagnostic Imaging Center and the Trinitas Comprehensive Cancer Center of Trinitas Regional Medical Center have received this accreditation for excellence in cancer diagnosis and cancer care services. The NAPBC granted this accreditation to Trinitas for its voluntary commitment to providing the best in breast cancer diagnosis and treatment and its compliance with established NAPBC standards.

James Frost, MD, FACS, who is affiliated with Trinitas Comprehensive Cancer Center, has received the Mastery of Breast Surgery Program designation from the American Society of Breast Surgeons Board of Directors. Dr. Frost, widely recognized as an accomplished surgeon, is a member of Advanced Surgical Associates based in Springfield.

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