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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 Excellus BlueCross BlueShield

    How do I know what is covered by my health insurance?

    Ask your human resources department or review your benefits summary. Or contact the customer service number that is located on the back of your insurance card.

  • 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 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 Cardiovascular Center

    What types of echocardiograms are available? What is the difference?

    There are three other types of echocardiograms performed: 1. Stress Echocardiogram: combines the echo exam with treadmill exercise or medications that simulate exercise. This test is used to diagnose the presence and severity of coronary artery blockages. 2. Echocardiogram/Dopler Evaluation (with or without contrast): combines the echo exam with intravenous administration of a sterile contrast solution. This solution may be needed to better visualize your heart. 3. Transesophageal Echocardiogram: utilizes a special miniaturized echo transducer that is passed down the esophagus to better image the heart. This test is most often used to evaluate patients with prior neurologic events (strokes or transient ischemic attacks), heart valve replacements, infections of the heart, or abnormal rhythms.

  • From Guthrie Cardiovascular Center

    What is a cardiac catheterization, or angiogram?

    This test is usually performed in patients with chest pain, shortness of breath, positive stress test, or people with suspected heart valve abnormalities. The procedure involves placement of a catheter in the groin and injection of contrast dye into the coronary arteries and heart itself. The physician can visualize blockages in the arteries or abnormalities of the heart muscle or valves on specialized X-ray equipment. The procedure usually takes around 15-30 minutes.