COVID-19 Guidance from Women’s Care

Women’s Care is using guidance from the CDC and New York State to help keep our patients, families, and staff as safe and healthy as possible during this time. You MUST wear a mask to enter our office. Please be prepared to have your temperature taken at the...

Women’s Care Welcomes Over 600 Babies in 2019

By Susan Pantano, DNP, CNM and Ali Doyle, MD 2019 was a busy year for Women’s Care! We helped to welcome 621 babies into our community. We are most proud of our primary c-section rate of 17%, which is lower than the national primary c-section rate of 21.7%.  We...

In Memorium:

Women’s Care must announce with great sadness the loss of Dr. Daniel O’Keeffe earlier this week.  Dr. Dan began his medical practice caring for women in the Glens Falls and North Country area in 1951. His forty years of continuous practice has left a tremendous...

Farewell to Dr. Snyder

It is with great sadness that we at Women’s Care say goodbye to Dr. Snyder. She has been with the practice since graduating from her ObGyn residency at Albany Medical Center in 2007. Prior to that, she had work and life experience as a high school teacher, in...

Urinary Incontinence

September signals the end of summer. While getting into the swing of a new routine, you may notice some changes in your bladder that can impact your routine. Leaking urine is never normal, but it can become common as we age. Often, this is something that is kept...

Collaborative ObGyn Care – A Q&A Session

Did you see Women’s Care featured in the January Edition of Mini City – The Pregnancy and Baby Issue?  Well we loved answering Mini City’s questions so much we thought we would share with our blog readers too! Your practice is a combination of...