Ocean & Monmouth County’s Top OBGYN!
Healthy Woman is Monmouth and Ocean County’s first choice for OBGYN services because we make your health and well-being our top priority.
Women from the area and beyond know that our dedication to fulfilling their emotional, physical and psychological needs through the provisions of personalized health care services – from first visits to pregnancy to menopause – is unparalleled.
Immediate Appointments & Payment Flexibility for Patients Currently Without Insurance
Healthy Woman offers our patients a payment flexibility plan for those currently without insurance, which is often more economical than visiting a clinic. We understand that these are difficult economic times, and want to ensure that all of our patients are receiving the care they need at an affordable price. In addition, we are now accepting patients with Horizon NJ Health. For more information, please visit our Insurance section, or our Horizon NJ Health page.
Are You Happy With Your OBGYN?
Healthy Woman OBGYN is different. We are the only practice in New Jersey to offer a full-time prenatal coordinator, which means our prenatal patients have their very own go-to gal for all prenatal and postnatal needs. In an effort to provide you with the most comprehensive care possible, Healthy Woman also offers in-office GYN ultrasound studies. Find out more about our Maternity Concierge, or our caring and friendly practitioners.
Freedom from Heavy Periods!
Did you know there is a new, safe, effective in-office procedure to lighten and in some cases eliminate heavy periods? Find out more about Cryoablation, an exciting, new in-office procedure for the treatment of heavy periods. Hear what our patients are saying about this procedure.
Moms-to-be already know how important nutrition is to the health of their developing child, but experts say expecting parents should also pay close attention to the food itself. Read more, here.
Pop Weight Loss Featured on NBC News!
Dr. Cipriano appeared on NBC News on Saturday morning to share her favorite holiday recipes and cocktail suggestions during a morning segment.
Team members Nicole Tomlin and Kara Ganssle also appeared on WTNH News 8. The segment features the dangers of drinking and what you can do to combat excessive drinking around the holidays.
Help us Support More Than Me in their fight against Ebola in Liberia
We support NJ resident, Katie Meyler, who has been providing assistance and raising funds to combat the disease through the More Than Me organization with a mission to “make sure education and opportunity, not exploitation and poverty, define the lives of the most vulnerable girls from the West Point Slum of Liberia.” To learn more and help support this cause, click here.