After completing her residency in OB/GYN at Maimonides Medical Center, Dr. Haberman completed subspecialty fellowship training in Maternal Fetal Medicine (High Risk Obstetrics) and OB/GYN Ultrasound at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York. Dr. Haberman is a clinical professor of OB/GYN at SUNY Downstate University.
Dr. Haberman founded the Perinatal and OB/GYN diagnostic unit at Maimonides and is the Director of Perinatal Services (High Risk Obstetrics) at Maimonides Medical Center.
Dr. Haberman practice is focused on providing comprehensive OB/GYN care to women, serving their evolving needs during the various stages of life: from adolescence through menopause, with special emphasis on High Risk Pregnancies:
- Pre conception counseling, diagnosis and guidance for women who might become High Risk patients because of background conditions (infertility, advanced age, obesity: diabetes, hypertension, cardiac disease, personal or family history of adverse pregnancy outcome, genetics problems, etc).
- Co-management and counseling of High Risk pregnant patients, for a full spectrum of medical conditions: Maternal diseases (Diabetes, cardiac disease, hypertension, etc)
- Multiple gestation (twins and triplets, twin- twin transfusion, etc)Complications of pregnancy (screening for complications, early/timely intervention when necessary).
- Fetal anomalie
- 1st Trimester evaluation, advanced counseling and testing
- Early detection and management of fetal anomalies
- Ultrasound guided procedures in obstetrics and in gynecology
- Ovarian cancer screening
- Peri and post menopausal conditions
Dr. Haberman's practice combines academic excellence with longstanding and extensive clinical experience. She focuses on the development and integration of advanced diagnostic technologies into clinical practice. Examples include:
- Pioneering the use of advanced Doppler ultrasound used for uterine, ovarian placental and fetal assessment based on the assessment of blood flow.
- Advancing 3-D and 4-D technology to achieve early and precise diagnosis of maternal and fetal pathologies.
- Implementing Labor Pro - an innovative ultrasound system, which is a non-invasive tool for labor management, aiming to reduce the cesarean section
Dr. Haberman has taken a leadership role and has been actively involved in research regarding advanced OB/GYN diagnostic methods, resulting in the publication of numerous papers in peer-review journals and presentations in both national and international medical conferences. Dr. Haberman is also a Principle Investigator in the National Institution of Health funded Consortium of Safe Labor study project.
She is a fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, a member of the Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine and the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine.
Sackler School of Medicine
Long Island College Hospital
Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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