The Obstetrics and Gynecology Department has been a leader in patient care in Brooklyn since 1945.
Our staff includes nine full-time and six part-time faculty members as well as thirty attending physicians. We bring over 2,600 babies into the world each year, deliveries which are conducted in state-of-the-art labor and delivery rooms. We also perform over 1,200 gynecological surgical procedures annually, many of which include advanced laparoscopy.
- Prenatal Care Services Program 
- Perinatal Diagnostic Services 
- Reproductive Genetics 
- Birthing Center & Child Birth Classes 
- HIV Counseling and Testing 
- Pregnancy Testing 
- Prenatal Care 
- Lactation Counseling 
- Midwifery Services – Satellite Ambulatory Care Centers
Gynecology Services is a Division of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department. It encompasses inpatient and outpatient services focused on the management of benign conditions related to women's health. The section performs over 1,200 procedures per year including advanced laparoscopic procedures.
We have experienced, highly trained physicians committed to providing the best care for patients preoperatively, intraoperatively and postoperatively. The area of urogynecology provides diagnostic and treatment services for patients with pelvic floor defects, urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.
Gynecological care at The Brooklyn Hospital Center includes:
Call 718.250.6930 or 718. 250.8521. Please verify your insurance when making appointment.
Women's Health Center
Dispensary Building, 3rd Floor
The Brooklyn Hospital Center
121 DeKalb Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11201
English and Spanish. Free interpreter services are available for many other languages
Most major insurance plans  are accepted.
Gynecological Oncology delivers comprehensive care to gynecologic cancer patients using the most up-to-date therapies available. Diagnostic procedures include screening for malignancy of the cervix, vagina, uterus, ovaries and vulva; Pap smear; colposcopy; and pelvic ultrasound. Treatments includes surgery for malignancies along with pelvic floor reconstruction and minimally invasive surgery such as laparoscopic management of pelvic masses and early gynecologic cancers. We also perform radical pelvic surgery as well as pelvic floor reconstruction that includes difficult uterine prolapse procedures.
The Perinatal Diagnostic Center uses the latest ultrasound technology to evaluate both low- and high-risk obstetrical patients. We offer perinatal consulting with a perinataolgist for in and outpatients. Our Reproductive Genetics Department  offers genetic counseling as part of comprehensive prenatal diagnosis.
We specialize in non-invasive fetal testing as well as invasive testing and treatment.
- Transabdominal & transvaginal ultrasound
- Fetal growth assessment using multiple parameter computerized
- Level II ultrasound for major anomaly detection
- Targeted ultrasound for anatomical and functional assessment of
complex cardiac and multisystem defects
- Multidisciplinary management approach in collaboration with pediatric sub-specialists
- Utero-placental and fetal placental Doppler for high-risk pregnancies
- Complete fetal Doppler (umbilical artery, middle cerebral artery, descending aorta,
inferior vena cava, cardiac outflows, and ductus venosus) for the assessment of the fetus
with growth restriction prior to term
- Non-stress test along with biophysical profile for fetal well-being assessment of fetuses at risk
- Computerized ratios of multiple fetal Doppler parameters for the assessment of fetal
brain oxygenation (brain sparing assessment)
Some high-risk pregnancies involve intensive fetal surveillance to provide information about the health of the fetus. Certain conditions may require procedures for diagnostic or treatment purposes as follows:
NON-INVASIVE FETAL TESTING
TRANSVAGINAL AND TRANSABDOMINAL ULTRASOUNDS
An ultrasound (sonogram) uses a device that transmits harmless sound waves to create images. It may be offered during pregnancy for a variety of reasons, including verifying a due date, checking for multiple fetuses, evaluating fetal growth, investigating complications such as placenta previa (a low-lying placenta) or slow fetal growth, or detecting malformations like anencephaly.
Amniocentesis involves the removal of a small amount of amniotic fluid (the water surrounding a developing baby) from the uterus under ultrasound guidance after 14 weeks of pregnancy. The amniotic fluid is used to test for fetal lung maturity, to evaluate fetal kidney functions, to remove fluid accumulation within the baby's abdomen, heart or lungs and to analyze fetal chromosomes and/or DNA.
Chorionic Villus Sampling involves the removal of a small sample of chorionic villus (early placental tissue) from the uterus under ultrasound guidance. CVS is usually performed between 10 and 12 weeks gestation. DNA and/or chromosome analysis can be performed on the tissue.
Percutaneous Umbilical Blood Sampling (PUBS): Fetal blood sampling can be used to diagnose fetal infections, fetal anemia and other medical conditions where blood testing is essential.
Transfusions: Fetuses who suffer from severe anemia can be transfused before birth when necessary (anti-D, anti-Kell, etc.)
Fetal Echocardiogram: This service is provided by a Pediatric Cardiologist. Appointments can be scheduled through the Perinatal Diagnostic Center or Department of Pediatrics .ShareThis 
The Brooklyn Hospital Center's reproductive genetic counselors provide comprehensive genetic services for a variety of indications:
- Advanced maternal Age (women who will be 35 or older at the
expected time of delivery)
- Positive Maternal Serum Screen (blood test during pregnancy
showing an increased riskfor a neural tube defect/spina bifida
or Down syndrome in the fetus)
- Fetal anomalies detected on sonogram
- Exposure of pregnant women to potential mutagens or teratogens
during pregnancy (e.g. medications, radiation, chemicals, infectious
agents, alcohol, illicit drugs)
- Family or Personal History of a known or suspected genetic condition
(e.g., cystic fibrosis, Fragile X Syndrome, muscular dystrophy,
neurofibromatosis, sickle cell anemia)
- Family or Personal History of a multifactorial or polygenic condition
(e.g., neural tube defect/spina bifida, congenital heart disease,
- Family or personal history of cancer
Please confirm your insurance when making appointment.
Maynard Building, Room 3H
English and Spanish. Free interpreter services are available for many other languages.
Most major insurance plans  are accepted.
Welcome to the Childbirth Center, home to some of the most qualified and experienced obstetricians in Brooklyn. More than 3,700 babies are delivered here every year, more than any other local hospital.
We have the medical staff, services and equipment you need for a perfect delivery experience:
The Brooklyn Hospital Center's Obstetrical Services and the Perinatal Diagnostic Service , which offers specialized care for high risk pregnancies, are regional leaders in maternity care.
Referrals are accepted from other doctors and hospitals throughout the borough.
Call 718.250.8400 for an appointment or to arrange a tour of the Childbirth Center.
Free language services can be provided as needed.