Gone are the days of the old-fashioned hysterectomy with a large incision and many weeks of recovery. We have come a long way. Today there is a simpler and much less invasive technique to having a hysterectomy. Dr. Thad Denehy has a partner, and it’s a robot. Keep reading to learn about the many benefits of robotic-assisted hysterectomy. » Read more about: The Many Benefits of Robotic-Assisted Hysterectomy »
Pelvic organ prolapse is a scary sounding name. It occurs when the pelvic organs and tissues that support the pelvic organs—uterus, bladder, vagina, small bowel, or rectum—become weak or loose. Let’s review the 7 signs you may have pelvic organ prolapse (POP). » Read more about: 7 Signs You May Have Pelvic Organ Prolapse »
When do fibroids need to be treated? The answer is fairly straightforward. If the fibroids are asymptomatic, or cause you no issues, treatment is probably not needed. Whereas, if your fibroids cause you pain and other problems, treatments are available for you to choose from depending on the severity of the symptoms. » Read more about: When Do Fibroids Need To Be Treated? »
Each year, it is estimated that there are 20 million new cases of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) in the United States. Here’s your guide to preventing, diagnosing, and treating STIs. » Read more about: Your Guide to Sexual Health »
Our office is pleased to announced our newest member of the team, Deborah Greengrass, A.P.N.,C!
Debbie was born and raised in Massachusetts. She received her bachelor’s degree in nursing at the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 1997, and a masters degree in nursing from Seton Hall University in 2005.
Debbie has more than 15 years experience in OB/GYN and women’s health care. She has an extensive background in all aspects of GYN, OB and infertility care. » Read more about: Meet Deborah Greengrass, A.P.N., C. »
Join us at the “Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer” 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, September 24th. » Read more about: Run/Walk to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer »
Each month, your body goes through a cycle. During that cycle, it prepares itself for having baby. That includes building up the uterine lining for implantation. For most women, the lining is built up and shed during their period each month as normal. For some women, the cells that build up normally within the uterus build up within the body cavity outside of the uterus. This is called endometriosis. The women who suffer deal with a number of problems like irregular bleeding, » Read more about: Questions to Ask Your Doctor if You Have Endometriosis »
We wish Dr. Taylor the best of health and happiness in his retirement.
My Dear Patients:
Recently, I was presented with and accepted an opportunity to fulfill one of my life’s dreams. Sadly, this will take me away from New Jersey. Unfortunately, this opportunity arose quickly and did not allow me the time to speak to each of you individually.
I wish everyone to know that I feel honored that you allowed me into your life. » Read more about: An Announcement From Dr.Taylor »
Thank you to all of our patients that came out to join our team at GCPS on September 27, 2015 for the 25th Annual NOCC 5K Run/Walk for ovarian cancer.
Pictured in photo: Dr. Denehy, Dr. Taylor, Dr. Stephenson, and Nurse Practitioner Marisa Hamrah and the staff at GCPS. » Read more about: NOCC Mayor’s 5K for Ovarian Cancer »
GCPS is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Ruth Stephenson to our staff. Dr. Stephenson has an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from the Rochester Institute of Technology and her medical degree from NYCOM. She completed her Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency at Saint Barnabas Medical Center where she was trained and mentored by Drs. Denehy and Taylor. She then completed her fellowship training in Gynecologic Oncology at the University of California-Davis and has returned to New Jersey to join her mentors. » Read more about: Introducing Dr.Stephenson! »