OB/GYN needed in rural Montana
The practice breakdown is approximately 50% gyn/50% OB. However, new physician will be able to create the mix she desires.
Physician will be able to do subspecialty things-- a ton of maternal/fetal medicine (high risk OB), some reproductive endocrinology, some gyn oncology, a little urogynecology--things that OB/GYN generalists just do not get to do in big cities anymore, but with really congenial backup from the subspecialists within a few hours when we need them. There is also the benefit of really knowing your patients- The physicians know all of our patients' hubbies' names, the names of their other kids, their social situation...important things that you never know as a hospitalist or part of a big group.
In terms of surgeries, we have the capability to do fairly advanced laparoscopy- laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomies; we do not have a DaVinci robot nor will we ever; lots of vaginal surgery- hysterectomy, cystocele and rectocele repair, and occasional routine abdominal hysterectomy. We occasionally do cystoscopy and stenting for the general surgeons. We do not do office hysteroscopy or Essure but do have an operative hysteroscope and resectoscope in the OR. We can do LEEPs, colposcopy, routine endometrial biopsies, dating ultrasounds.