Many women find that finally receiving a diagnosis for their pain and symptoms is a huge relief – but that doesn’t mean you won’t feel uncertain about how to proceed after you receive a diagnosis of fibroids, endometriosis, prolapse or another gynecological condition. Reaching out for a second opinion can be a daunting process, but MIRI can assure you that our dedicated team of passionate, specialized surgeons are not only the top surgeons in their field, but also committed to being active partners in your journey toward wellbeing. At MIRI, our goal is to help you get to know your surgeon so that you can be as comfortable as possible with your treatment plan and be confident that you are in the best of hands. All our physicians are board-certified M.D.s with terrific track records in both clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction.
Dr. Wilson is passionate about providing women with healthcare and has traveled to Nicaragua and Honduras in order to perform laparoscopic surgery on women without access to healthcare and to train Honduran surgeons so that they could provide care to women in the area. She is dedicated to being at the forefront of gynecological technology and undergoes re-certification each year while continuously pursuing further medical education regarding the latest advancements in gynecological surgery.
As a testament to his dedication to both emotional and physical wellness, Dr. Patel also works with elder care facilities to help elderly women manage urinary incontinence. He is also involved in teaching and acting as directing faculty for up-and-coming medical doctors through several residency programs and professional organizations. Before his civilian career, Dr. Patel was in the U.S. Air Force and served as the Medical Director for the Luke Women’s Clinic at Luke Air Force Base in Arizona.
When you call MIRI Women’s Health, we will review your case and route you to the doctor that best fits your needs. Please call 844.243.9010 to set up a consultation, or fill out the form to the right to be contacted by one of our patient coordinators