It is our goal to provide the right mix of office and hospital based services for our patients. For example, for our OB patients we have the latest in-office Ultrasound, including 3D/4D scans that you can view in real time. High risk patients, such as those with Hypertension or Diabetes, can be tested and followed in our office. For our Gynecology patients we provide evaluation, treatment and advice for everything from menopausal symptoms to breast complaints.


Accepting New Patients       All major insurances accepted





This is a general term that refers to the techniques and instruments that allow for small incisions in the body, but provide the necessary tools to the complete the procedure. In the hands of experienced surgeons, most hysterectomies and laparoscopic procedures can be done this way.


Also it refers to a set of procedures designed to treat

incontinence that do not require large abdominal incisions.





The term 'Hysterectomy' refers to the removal of the uterus and the cerivix. This can be done abdominally - 'Total Abdominal Hysterectomy', vaginally - 'Total Vaginal Hysterectomy', or laparoscopically - 'Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy'.


Almost all of the hysterectomies done by Dr Lafferty over the past 9 years have been done by utilizing the 'Total Lapascopic' method - minimal-sized incisions and instruments as small as 5mm. Even very large uterus' with fibroids have been done successfully with these techniques.


Diagnositc Ultrasound

Diagnostic Ultrasound by dedicated, caring sonographers. Also the latest in 3D/4D Ultrasound technology that you can view live while it's being done.



3D Image of a baby at about 28 weeks.



Trying to get pregnant can be a frustrating and difficult process. We understand the special needs of these couples and have helped many patients over the years successfully achieve pregnancy.

- complete laboratory evaluation

- laparoscopy & tubal evaluation

- infertility medication

- cycle control



Ablation of the endometrial lining of the uterine cavity has been around for some 25+ years. But most technques cause pain and rquire a hospital setting.


Our office was the first in the area to incorporate this invovative technique in the treatment of dysfunctional uterine bleeding. It does not require anesthesia assistance and can provide the right patient relief from bleeding problems. Better yet, it will allow you to go back to normal activities the next day.