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Women’s Healthcare

Broome Obstetrics & Gynecology, P.C.

Thank you for allowing us to participate in your health care needs. Working together, our physicians, midwives, and nurse practitioners provide exceptional and compassionate care. Our new office in Binghamton, NY provides you with a stress-free setting. From our state of the art ultrasound equipment, to our in office surgical services, we offer a full range of modern and convenient treatment options. This combination of clinical expertise, technological advances and human caring makes this practice unique in Binghamton NY and its surrounding communities.



We believe the reason so many women choose Broome Obstetrics and Gynecology is because we strive to provide the finest, most up-to-date medical care available. Our aim is to take advantage of latest advances in both medical procedures and equipment while treating our patients with the respect, compassion
and dignity they deserve.



We offer full gynecological services including yearly exams, family planning, obstetrics and major and minor surgery. Our physcians are also trained in minimally invasive surgical procedures, including the new technology of Robotic Surgery using the da Vinci Surgical System. Our obstetrical care includes office and hospital visits, delivery and postpartum care. We also provide other services including urogynecology, ultrasound, bone density scans and fertility counseling and treatment. We provide care at both Our Lady of Lourdes and United Health Services Wilson hospital. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.



Video Segments:

Dr. Kondrup - Minimal Invasive Surgeries



Dr. Kondrup - Endometriosis



Dr. Kondrup - Genetic Predispositions



Midwife Wendi Gallagher CNM

  • From Lourdes Regional Cancer Center

    Who reviews the mammography image/results?

    All mammography results are reviewed a minimum of two times. The first review is performed by one of our board certified radiologists. The second review is performed by the R2 ImageChecker. The R2 ImageChecker is a Computer Aided Detection (CAD) system that analyzes mammograms giving a computerized “second opinion.”

  • From Guthrie Specialty Eye Care

    What is a cataract?

    A cataract is a clouding or opaque area of the lens of the eye - an area that is normally transparent. As this thickening occurs, it prevents light rays from passing through the lens and focusing on the retina - the light sensitive tissue lining located in the back of the eye. This clouding is caused when some of the protein which makes up the lens begins to clump together and interferes with vision.

  • From Roberts Eyecare

    Should I get my eyes examined if I don’t need eyeglasses?

    Yes. An eye exam is much more than just checking your vision. A comprehensive eye health evaluation is also performed during an eye exam. A person may have no complaints and 20/20 vision and still suffer from conditions such as retinal breaks or tears, glaucoma, cataracts, retinopathy from diabetes or high blood pressure, melanoma of the eye, etc.

  • From Guthrie Cardiovascular Center

    What is an angioplasty, stent or coronary intervention?

    After a diagnostic angiogram is performed, there are several possibilities. If there are no or mild blockages, medical therapy is advised and the procedure is complete. If there are numerous blockages, a blockage in unfavorable locations, or abnormal heart valves, a heart operation (bypass surgery or valve surgery) is advised. If there are blockages which are amenable to angioplasty then that procedure is usually performed immediately after the diagnostic angiogram. Angioplasty is a procedure where a catheter with a small balloon at the tip is inserted at the site of a blockage. The balloon is properly sized and then inflated to open the blocked artery. The balloon catheter is then removed from the body. This procedure is rarely performed by itself in 2005 due to an increased chance of a recurrence (restenosis) 3-6 months after the procedure. New metal devices called stents are utilized in over 90% of intervention procedures. The newest generation of stents which are permanently implanted metal coils coated with medications which inhibit restenosis are used in a majority of cases. The chance of a regrowth of the blockage after a medication coated stent is placed is under 5%. An intervention procedure usually requires at least a one night stay in the hospital.

  • From Broome Obstetrics & Gynecology, P.C.

    Does your office provide treatment for infertility?

    Our physicians and nurse practitioners offer a full diagnostic workup and treatment for female infertility diagnosis, including surgical intervention if necessary. Our office also performs advanced assisted fertility procedures including super ovulation medical management and intrauterine incemination.