• Performing examinations on patients to diagnose various gynecological conditions. • Advising patients on suitable birth control options. • Performing various diagnostic tests on patients, which include Pap smears, STD tests, ultrasounds, hormone profile blood tests, colposcopies, and endometrial biopsies. • Explaining test results, diagnoses, and treatment options to patients. • Performing surgeries and gynecological procedures on patients, such as cervical cryosurgeries, dilation and curettages, pelvic laparoscopies, and sterilizations. • Educating patients on reproductive health issues and disease prevention.'
• Degree in Medicine or Equivalent Osteopathic medicine (DO) degree. • A minimum of 2 years’ experience working as a gynecologist.