Girls growing up have questions, some you just can’t ask your mom about. Girls World Expo and UHS are giving the girls at Girls World Expo in Binghamton the opportunity to get answers to those questions. Dr. Nancy Shumeyko, Victoria Barton (Physician Assistant) and Simone Bordent (Family Nurse Practitioner) will be doing a seminar called “Questions You Can’t Ask Your Mom” during Girls World Expo. They will be answering those questions about your body and any other questions that you have.
Dr. Nancy Shumeyko, a pioneering female surgeon in Greater Binghamton, Nancy Shumeyko, MD, is widely regarded as a leading advocate for the cause of women's health and well-being. A member of the UHS Hospitals Medical Staff, Dr. Shumeyko practices at UHS Gynecology in Vestal. She specializes in complex womenʼs medical care, with a special focus on urogynecology, pelvic organ prolapse and minimally invasive surgery. Board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, she received her medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and completed specialty training at Emory University in Atlanta. She is the recipient of the UHS Foundation's 2013 Women Fore Women Health Leadership Award.
Victoria Barton is a Physician Assistant at UHS Gynecology in Vestal. She is a graduate of Touro College School of Health Sciences. She has been a provider with New York Methodist Hospital and Planned Parenthood. She joined UHS Gynecology in 2004 and sees patients of all ages including adolescents and teens.
Simone Bordent , a graduate of Binghamton University, is a Family Nurse Practitioner at UHS Gynecology in Vestal. Simone previously worked with the Broome County Health Department STD clinic. She has been a gynecology provider with UHS for the last three years. Simone sees patients of all ages, including adolescents and teens.