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We've Redesigned the Way We Provide Care

Keeping yourself and your family healthy might seem like a huge challenge right now. At UR Medicine Thompson Health, we're making it easier. We've redesigned our whole system of care.

Enhanced safety standards have been implemented to keep you and your family safe when coming into our facilities. And, we also have options to treat you without you having to come into the office, if you'd prefer.

Appointments and inquiries can be made in the following ways:

Your provider will decide whether a telehealth or in-office visit is most appropriate for your situation. Insurance companies are now covering telemedicine (online video) visits to help you maintain access to care during the pandemic.

* It is important that you keep up with your prescribed medications. Remember that the drive-thru at CMG Pharmacy is also open at 335 Parrish Street in Canandaigua. No need to even get out of your car.

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Part of F.F. Thompson Hospital 

 

Thompson Health Canandaigua Medical Group
offering comprehensive women's health services in Canandaigua, Geneva, Farmington and Victor.

Our providers are devoted to caring for the medical needs of women during all stages of their lives. We offer a broad spectrum of high quality preventative and specialty care.

Providers by Location:

Canandaigua:

Jillian Babu, MD
Catherine J. Cantwell, MD
Francis V Finneran, MD 
Alexis Pilato, MD
Laura K. Price, MD, MBA
Robert W. Scott, MD
Laura Burgess, CNM, MSN
Jessica Schock, CNM, MSN
Samera Sorell, CNM, DNP
Alisa Lukas, WHNP

Farmington:

Jillian Babu, MD
Judy Almekinder, WHNP

Geneva:

Francis V Finneran, MD 
Samera Sorell, CNM, DNP

Victor:

Alexis Pilato, MD
Laura K. Price, MD, MBA

Services:

  • Annual exams
  • Evaluation and treatment of abnormal pap smears
  • Colposcopy and LEEP procedures
  • Treatment for menstrual disorders
  • Menopause management
  • Hormone replacement therapy
  • STD testing and treatment
  • Contraception including birth control pills, IUD insertion and removal, diaphragm fitting, Depoprovera, Ortho Evra patch, Nexplanon, Nuva ring and permanent sterilization
  • Treatment for urinary incontinence and prolapse
  • Major and minor surgical services including endometrial ablation, vaginal and abdominal hysterectomy, removal of ovarian cysts, removal of pelvic tumors, repair of pelvic relaxation, vulvar skin biopsies, D&C and diagnostic laparoscopy

What is a Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM)?

What is a Nurse Practitioner (NP)?

Obstetrics at Thompson Health

An obstetrician cares for women when they are pregnant. They have been trained to care for both the mother and the unborn child during both normal and complicated pregnancies.

Our practice delivers babies at F.F. Thompson Hospital's Birthing Center, recognized by The Joint Commission for Advanced Perinatal Certification and by Excellus for Blue Distinction+ Maternity Care. At Thompson, the goal is for your prenatal care, labor, delivery and postpartum experience to be as fulfilling as possible. All of our providers try to be personally available to our patients for all their care – including labor and delivery – however, it is impossible to be on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Physicians and midwives rotate call coverage after hours, weekends, holidays, and during vacations.

Call our office in the event of:

  • Vaginal bleeding or spotting
  • Pelvic cramping or unusual abdominal pain
  • Temperature over 101°
  • Leakage of fluid from the vagina
  • Decreased or absent fetal movement

Labor: When to call
If this is your first child:
  • Contractions five minutes apart for about an hour
  • When your water breaks
  • If you have previously delivered: Strong and regular contractions, even if more than five minutes apart when your water breaks

Where to call
(585) 393-2800

Postpartum Depression
Our OB/GYN staff is committed to your healthcare needs even after your delivery. The arrival of a baby is a joyful time but also very stressful. Many new moms experience mood changes such as:
  • Irritability
  • Episodes of crying
  • Anxiousness
  • Feelings of sadness

These mood changes occur because of a sudden drop in hormone levels after delivery. We refer to these as postpartum or baby blues. If these feelings continue after two weeks, this can be a sign of postpartum depression. Postpartum depression can happen to any new mom and is not caused by anything you do.

Because postpartum depression can make it difficult to care for your infant, your family and yourself, it is important to recognize if you are experiencing postpartum depression. The sooner we diagnosis postpartum depression, the sooner we can help you.

Please don’t hesitate to call us if you or your family is concerned that you may be experiencing postpartum depression.

Gynecology

A gynecologist cares for women when they are not pregnant and treat both medical and surgical illnesses as well as provide preventative care.

At UR Medicine Thompson Health, we are committed to making your visit to our office a positive one whether you are a new patient or a returning one. To help us achieve this goal, it is important that we schedule you for the correct type of visit and allow for the right amount of time. The most common type of visit is a well woman’s exam.

A well woman’s exam includes:

  • Clinical breast exam
  • Pelvic exam including a Pap smear if you are due for one
  • Discussion of women’s health topics such as birth control options and the prevention of sexually transmitted infections
  • Refill of prescriptions related to women’s health care

 

A well woman’s exam is not a problem visit. If you are having a woman’s health issue or concern (e.g., irregular bleeding, vaginal discharge, breast mass), a separate appointment will be made so that we can adequately address your concerns. Occasionally, there may be enough time to complete your well woman’s exam and a problem visit. In this situation, two separate visits will be charged for that day.

Please call our office at (585) 393-2800
if you have further questions or are unsure about the type of appointment you need to schedule.

Office Locations & Hours:

Canandaigua
335 Parrish Street
Canandaigua, NY 14424
585-393-2800
Mon-Fri: 8 am - 5 pm

Farmington
1160 Corporate Drive
Farmington, NY 14425
585-924-8686
Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri: 8 am - 5 pm
Wed: 8 am - 7 pm

Geneva OB/GYN
765 Geneva Crossing Way
(approx. GPS location: 3625 Pre-Emption Road - across from Cobblestone Restaurant)
Geneva, NY 14456
315-226-8913
Mon, Wed, Thurs & Fri: 8 am - 5 pm
Tues: 7:30 am - 7:30 pm

Victor
53 West Main Street
Victor, NY 14564
585-978-8235
Mon: 9 am - 5 pm
Tues: 7:30 am - 4 pm and 11 am -7 pm (switches every other week)
Wed-Thurs: 8 am - 5 pm 
Fri: 7:30 am - 4 pm

OB/GYN Ultrasound

Having a professional and licensed sonographer on site in our office allows us to evaluate and treat common female problems such as:

Obstetrical Evaluation

  • Looking At Your Baby
  • Gender Determination

GYN Evaluation

  • Pain
  • Fibroids
  • Ovarian cysts
  • Abnormal bleeding
  • Sonohystergraphy -To evaluate irregular menopausal bleeding

We utilize the latest,high definition ultrasound technology, along with 3-D capability and a large screen monitor for you to view the findings as they are being evaluated.

OB On Call System

Whether a patient requires our services at the hospital or in the office, it is always our goal to provide the best care possible to each individual.

To best balance the various needs of all our patients, our physicians and midwives rotate responsibility for patients in the hospital, in 24-hour shifts. If a patient has need of our services at F.F. Thompson Hospital – either through the emergency department or in the birthing center – they will be seen by the “on call” provider. This dramatically decreases the interruptions for our doctors and midwives, as well as patients in the office.

 

Accepting New Patients

The following practices are accepting new patients.


Please print out our Patient Registration Form (pdf), fill it out and bring it with you.

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