Baystate Ob/Gyn Group Inc. Welcomes New Practitioners

SPRINGFIELD — The providers and staff of Baystate Ob/Gyn Group Inc. (BOGG) recently welcomed several practitioners to its practice, offering increased appointment availability in the Springfield, Longmeadow, and South Hadley offices.

• Dr. March Thompson joined Baystate Ob/Gyn Group Inc. following her post-doctoral training at Baystate Medical Center, learning and gaining experience alongside the practice’s own physicians and certified nurse midwives. Thompson earned multiple prestigious awards during her education and residence. Her practice of full-scope obstetrics and gynecology includes a clinical interest in contraceptive management, complex obstetric care, and gynecologic surgery.

• Two certified nurse midwives, Michelle Mills and Kelly Ostrowski, joined the Midwifery department of Baystate Ob/Gyn Group, offering routine pregnancy and gynecologic care, including well-woman exams, birth-control options and management, treatment of gynecological infections, assessment of common gynological problems, and pregnancy care. Mills’ passion for global health and Ostrowski’s strong foundation in midwifery complement the diverse backgrounds in the Midwifery department at Baystate Ob/Gyn Group, providing patients who are seeking midwifery care with many options.

• Two advanced-practice gynecologic clinicians, Erica Liebermann and Kelly Tull, also recently joined Baystate Ob/Gyn Group. Liebermann’s clinical interests formed over years of experience in women’s healthcare, including LGBTQ health, sexual and reproductive health, cervical cancer prevention, and global health. Tull joins BOGG with a drive to continue to provide healthcare that is empowering and educational, bringing with her years of experience in healthcare management and as a nurse practitioner. Both provide gynecologic care such as well-woman exams, contraception counseling and management, infection screening and treatment, disease prevention, and more.

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