Viva Eve’s highly trained gynecologic surgeons specialize in both laparoscopic and hysteroscopic minimally invasive gynecologic surgeries to treat a variety of gynecologic conditions. These conditions include endometriosis, uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, irregular or heavy menstrual bleeding, pelvic adhesions, chronic pelvic pain, and more.

Laparoscopic procedures are performed at the hospital, while hysteroscopic procedures are performed at our office-based state-of-the-art surgical suites.

Our doctors offer women advanced, comprehensive care that results in excellent outcomes and a quick recovery.

From annual checks to family planning, we have womanhood covered

No woman is the same, so why should their healthcare be? Our Ob/Gyns are committed to providing you with in-depth, personalized gynecologic care and taking the time to learn your medical history, your own concerns, and your plans for the future.



Our Patient-First Approach

  • At Viva Eve we specialize in your female health—all of it. From obstetrics, gynecology and fibroid care, our interdisciplinary team of specialists are all right here in-house.
  • We allow extra time in every appointment to hear your concerns, speak with you, and make a custom diagnosis.
  • Each Viva Eve patient receives a dedicated Patient Concierge Team Member to help with insurance, future appointments, and everything in between.

Convenient NYC Gynecology Near Me

Our mission is to set a new standard for women’s health. One that invites all women in, partners with them for the long term, and empowers them to take control of their health for a better life. Our patient experience includes:

✔️ Convenient on-site imaging and lab work services✔️ Advanced technology (anatomical screens for 1:1 education and 4D ultrasounds)✔️ Diverse providers and staff – over 10 languages spoken and 26 countries of origin✔️ Multiple treatment options for complex GYN conditions and perspectives on treatment

Whether you’re searching for an Ob/Gyn near me, you’ll find the best Ob/Gyns and women’s health specialists at Viva Eve – a top-rated gynecology practice.


Our Gynecology Services

Bilateral Salpingectomy

A salpingectomy is a surgical procedure where one (unilateral) or both (bilateral) of a woman’s fallopian tubes are removed.


Endometriosis Excision

Endometriosis is a chronic inflammatory disorder in which endometrial tissue grows outside the uterus in the pelvic cavity.


Gynecologic Surgery Overview

Whether you’re just exploring gynecologic surgery options, or you want a second opinion, you can trust Viva Eve’s surgeons to provide the information and care that you need and deserve.



A hysterectomy is the surgical removal of a woman’s uterus.


IUD – Removal & Insertion

An IUD (the acronym for “intrauterine device”) is a very popular form of birth control because it is safe, effective, and convenient.


Pap Smear

Pap test examines cells that are taken from the cervix (the lower, narrow end of your uterus) using a speculum and examined under a microscope.


Pelvic Exam

A pelvic exam is part of an annual Well-Woman exam that allows your Ob/Gyn to make sure that everything is as it should be and problems, if any, are detected early.


Ob/Gyn Exam

At Viva Eve the Well-Woman Annual Ob/Gyn Exam is not just a checkmark, it is an important opportunity for a real conversation with your doctor.



An oophorectomy is the surgical removal of the ovaries. An oophorectomy is the procedure to remove one (unilateral) or both (bilateral) ovaries.


Ovarian Cystectomy

An ovarian cystectomy is surgery to remove a cyst from the ovary.


Pelvic Adhesion Removal

Adhesions are bands of scar tissue that form inside the body.



Most doctors recommend that you should get an STD testing if you have had an unprotected sexual encounter with a new partner.



A salpingo-oophorectomy is the surgical removal of the ovaries and fallopian tubes.


Tubal Ligation

About 20% of women choose tubal ligation as their contraceptive method, making it the second most common form of female contraception in the United States.



Tuboplasty is a surgical procedures whose goal is to restore the functionality and integrity of a woman’s fallopian tubes.


Meet Your Clinical Team

From our caring front-desk staff to our empathetic providers, we strive to create a warm and welcoming experience for all of our patients


Gynecology FAQs

For more information about our gynecologic care, services, facilities, and more, please call (212) 988-2111.

Though each patient’s well-woman visit may vary based on their own needs, an annual visit usually includes:

  • A general physical exam that includes a pap smear and pelvic exam
  • A discussion with your doctor about your general health
  • Advice about what screenings you are due for, based on your risk factors and your age
  • Blood and/or urine tests, depending on which tests you need that year

We hire our doctors and care providers not only for their medical expertise, but also for their incredible empathy with patients and ability to explain even the most complicated medical matters. Our whole team, from our front-desk staff to our doctors, work to make Viva Eve a place you feel good about coming back to, whether you’re here once a year or once a week.

Procedures that usually can be performed in our Viva Eve offices include:

Endometrial biopsies
IUD placements
Incision & Drainage
Treatment for genital warts
Suction Dilation & Curettage
Many forms of hysteroscopy
Saline-infused Sonograms
Diagnostic Sonogram

Viva Eve offers integrated specialty care with multiple specialists under one roof. We also have long-term relationships with other specialist practices, including a highly-rated infertility practice. This approach helps provide a continuous line of care where you benefit from collaborative relationships between your doctors.

We recommend that women start including Pap smears in their well-woman visit at the age of 21 (or earlier if sexually active). If you’ve had a full hysterectomy, you don’t need any Pap smear tests. The general guidelines for women over 21 years old is that they should at least do the following:

21-29: every 3 years
30-65: every 3-5 years (if your Pap smear and HPV tests are negative)
65 and older: you may no longer need Pap smear tests

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