Rochester General Hospital Recognized for Excellence in Minimally Invasive Gynecology Surgery

November 29, 2018

For the third time, Rochester General Hospital has received accreditation from the Surgical Review Corporation as a Center of Excellence in Minimally Invasive Gynecology (COEMIG).

As the first hospital in the region to receive this recognition, we have consistently demonstrated that:

  • Our surgeons provide exceptional minimally invasive gynecologic surgical care.
  • We’re focused on safety and providing the best possible outcomes, and track against national benchmarks.
  • We offer procedures that lead to faster recovery time and less complications.
  • We follow established standards of care.

COEMIG seal“Earning the COEMIG designation for the third time shows that the Rochester Regional Health Women’s Surgery team continues our commitment to providing the safest, high-quality and consistent care to our communities and throughout Western and Central New York,” said Rochester Regional Health gynecologic surgeon Marc S. Greenstein, DO. 

Please join us in congratulating Drs. Michelle Chin, Marc Eigg*, Marc Greenstein*, Mohamad Mahmoud*, Johann Piquion*, Derek tenHoopenEarlando Thomas* and Mohammed Qureshi* who were accredited as COEMIG surgeons, and thanking all of the Women’s Health team involved in providing our patients with minimally invasive and high-quality surgical care!

*These physicians were also accredited as Master Surgeons in Minimally Invasive Gynecology, recognizing their experience and the world-class care they provide.

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