Obstetricians & Gynecologists in Honolulu, HI

Welcome to Ko’olau Women’s Healthcare

The priority of Ko’olau Women’s Healthcare is the health of mothers and their babies.  Our physicians and nurse practitioners help each patient achieve an optimal level of health. We have locations in Kailua, HI and Honolulu, HI.   We have priviliges at three local hospitals: Castle, Queens, and Kapiolani, with the ability to perform VBACs at Queen’s as well as Kapiolani.

Dr. Eesha Bhattacharyya has special training in single-site laparoscopy. He is able to complete a hysterectomy through one small incision in the belly button, which drastically reduces the amount of scarring and recovery time endured afterward. The uterus, ovaries, cysts, and fibroids can all be removed with this advanced form of surgery.  He also is trained in Acessa, radio frequency ablation of fibroids, and also VNOTES – specialized surgery that leaves no external scars.

We make every effort to accommodate urgent appointments as quickly as possible.  Please contact us if you have any questions.

We Welcome New Patients

Gynecology

Visit our clinic for gynecological care and care for gynecologic disorders such as Pap smears, cervical cancer screening, and routine exams.

Obstetrics

We offer obstetric care, family planning, and prenatal support.

Hospital Delivery

We can perform VBACs at Queens and Kapiolani, and support preterm deliveries at these locations.

 

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