Dosher Medical-Women's Health
Dosher Medical-Women's Health is a medical clinic providing gynecological care for women in Southport and the surrounding area. It also may qualify as a primary care practice for certain health insurance and managed care plans.
Our provider at Dosher Medical-Women's Health is board-certified gynecologist Maritza Manrique-Kiniry, MD. Dr. Manrique-Kiniry enjoys establishing a strong rapport with patients and patient families. She believes in educating her patients in order for them to be active participants in their healthcare.
Dr. Manrique-Kiniry specializes in evaluating and treating women who have a wide range of health conditions and performs a number of gynecologic surgeries, including hysterectomies, hysteroscopy, uterine ablation, anterior and posterior repairs, LEEP, and laparoscopic procedures.
Hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Dosher Medical-Women's Health is at 823 N. Atlantic Avenue, in the medical office complex behind Dosher Memorial Hospital, in Southport.
The practice is accepting new patients, including those with Medicare and Medicaid coverage, as well as those with private insurance plans.
For more information about Dosher Medical-Women's Health, or to schedule an appointment, call at 910-457-9292.
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