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Gregory Shifrin OBGYN PC


OBGYN located in Brooklyn , New York and Bronx, NY


Obstetrics services offered in Midwood and Homecrest, Brooklyn, Upper East Side, New York and Co-Op City, Bronx, NY

Access to empathetic and approachable obstetrics and gynecology care means distinguishing between good and excellent health care. Dr. Gregory Shifrin OBGYN PC provides superior obstetrics and gynecology services throughout the Homecrest and Midwood Brooklyn neighborhoods, the Upper East Side, and the Co-Op City of The Bronx in New York City.

Dr. Shifrin first obtained a medical degree from Samara State Medical University (formerly known as Kuibyshev Medical Institute) in Samara, Russia. His passion and drive for quality OB/GYN care led him to the United States, where he obtained additional training at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Bushwick, Brooklyn, Jamaica Hospital in Queens, New York, and Jersey City Medical Center in New Jersey, where he went on to serve as the attending gynecologist.

Obstetrics Q&A

What is obstetrics?

Obstetrics is a branch of medicine in which specialists care for women during pregnancy. Dr. Gregory Shifrin OBGYN PC offers comprehensive obstetrics services to increase your chance of having a healthy pregnancy, labor, and delivery. The OB/GYN team is highly trained with many years of experience. Their warm, compassionate demeanor puts pregnant women of all ages at ease.

What are the benefits of superior obstetrics care?

A primary benefit of choosing obstetrics care at Dr. Gregory Shifrin OBGYN PC is a decreased risk of medical issues during pregnancy. This means a reduced risk of medical problems affecting your own health or the health of your unborn baby. Receiving exceptional obstetrics care also increases your chance of safely delivering your baby.

Which obstetrics services are available?

Dr. Gregory Shifrin OBGYN PC offers the following obstetrics services for pregnant women:

  • Prenatal examinations
  • Pregnancy health education 
  • Pelvic exams
  • Pap tests
  • Disease screening
  • Fetal abnormality screening
  • Blood testing
  • Urine testing 
  • Onsite ultrasounds
  • Medication prescriptions
  • Medical procedures 
  • High-risk prenatal care
  • Low-risk prenatal care
  • Labor and delivery
  • Vaccinations 
  • Sexually transmitted disease (STD) screening

If you’re carrying multiple fetuses, are older than 35, have a history of pregnancy complications, or develop a chronic disease, your pregnancy may be classified as high-risk. 

What happens during obstetrics appointments?

During obstetrics visits, a specialist greets you, weighs you, and checks your blood pressure and other vital signs. They complete a physical exam, listen to your breathing and heartbeat, and may listen to your baby’s heartbeat.

You might need urine testing, blood tests, an ultrasound, or other diagnostic procedures to evaluate your and your baby’s health and well-being. Your provider happily offers pregnancy education and addresses any questions you may have. They take as much time as you need to feel comfortable and always give you a voice in your care plan.

How often should I schedule obstetrics visits?

Your specialist lets you know when to schedule obstetrics visits based on your risk factors and how far along you are in your pregnancy. During the first phase of pregnancy, you might see them once monthly and more frequently as you approach your due date or if your pregnancy is high-risk. 

Call Dr. Gregory Shifrin OBGYN PC immediately if you notice decreased fetal movement, pelvic pain, or bleeding.

Schedule an obstetrics appointment at Dr. Gregory Shifrin OBGYN PC by phone or online today.