5 Things to Consider When Choosing an OBG/GYN

5 Things to Consider When Choosing an OBG/GYN
Publish on 2019-08-15

Finding an obstetrician/gynaecologist (OB/GYN) can feel like a huge task of a paramount importance. However, a mother’s health, a woman’s, and the baby’s health in case of pregnancy, depends on the choice. To choose the best gynaecologist in UAE relies on number of factors to guarantee solid advice, safe trip and satisfying results.

There are 5 main factors to consider prior settling for a gynaecologist in Dubai and they are:

  1. Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Credentials and Qualifications:
    An Obstetrician/Gynaecologist with always-increasing resources and knowledge of the practice side by side to experience is always the best choice. A specialist with years of both training and practice and board certification is always preferred for a sound decision. To determine what specialties matter the most is a key factor to find a gynecologist that meets the particular needs fulfillment for a patient. Whether it is infertility, obstetrics, or menopause, it is inevitable to find a doctor that is ideal for each phase of life and each medical condition.
  2. Accessibility:
    Many gynecologists are too busy to provide support to patients depending on their cases with full understanding of differences among patients’ natures. It is the best choice to choose a gynecologist that is easily contacted and will be able to attend to essential needs if an emergency happens to arise. An Obstetrician/Gynaecologist who is patient, and willing to address all of your questions, concerns, and go over medical diagnosis should be on the top of your choices.
  3. Insurance and Communication:
    Insurance coverage is a practical matter to receive the most insurance benefits. Yet, choosing an OB/GYN with whom it is comfortable to talk and express at ease all the needs who also understands and supports information needs as a table-turning factor. Welcoming questions and answering them in ways, that are comprehendible, paves the road for a long-term successful communication.Finding an OB/GYN who shows an interest in getting to know the patient, who will consider treatment preferences, and who will respect different decision-making process in relation to all phases down to types of contraception and type of birth desired for expecting mothers is inevitable.
  4. Gender:
    Gender matters to many people at certain cases. It is true that a qualified OB/GYN has no relevance to the gender. Yet many women feel at ease dealing with male or female OB/GYN. It is always advised to choose the OB/GYN based on their qualifications and capabilities but it is fair to consider the gender of the physician if it will increase the comfort and ease of communication.
  5. Hospital choice and location:
    Choosing the best gynaecologists, hospitals in Dubai should not be an obstacle for German Heart Centre has proven to be the best in all specialties, especially in Gynaecology for being fully equipped to receive different conditions with state of the art technologies with an easy access from across the UAE. A reputation for flawless care, the implementation of the highest standards of medical and surgical expertise has gained German Heart Centre patients’ trust from across the entire MENA region.

Why German Heart Centre?

Specialist Obstetrician and Gynecologist Dr. Susanne Grothey is Board certified as a physician in Obstetrics and Gynecology with over 18 years’ experience in the field, specialised in Obstetrics & Gynecology. Book your appointment today and get the best Obstetrics & Gynecology medical services in Dubai.



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