Dr. Maseelall, who practices in Akron, took note of the fact that many of her patients were traveling from Wayne and Holmes counties due to the lack of reproductive specialists in those areas.
As a resident of Wooster, Dr. Maseelall wanted to see Wayne and Holmes County residents receive the same closer-to-home reproductive services that residents of larger cities enjoy. When she approached Wooster Obstetrics and Gynecology about the possibility of seeing patients in their office, the response was an enthusiastic yes.
Wooster Obstetrics and Gynecology, which has the largest number of deliveries in Wayne County, shares Dr. Maseelall’s concern for Wayne and Holmes County residents who struggle with infertility.
While today’s infertility treatments use cutting-edge scientific methods to offer greater hope than ever to couples trying to conceive, not just any physician will do. “We are careful who we partner with,” said Dr. Emily Benekos. “We know it is important for our patients to feel conformable with the physicians we refer to.” Dr. John Weeman agreed.
For patients seeking infertility treatment, there is no such thing as a routine procedure, much less a routine outcome. “We never thought we could have a child,” stated Mrs. Anybody of Sugarcreek, “but the physicians at RGI took into account our medical situation and helped us through the ups and downs of this incredibly emotional process.”
Patients interested in seeing Dr. Maseelall in Wooster can schedule appointments through Reproductive Gynecology, Inc.
Published: June 27, 2012