An expected 70 percent of essential care doctors and oncologists use web-based social networking in any event once every month, as indicated by the American Foundation of Family Doctors. Dr. Eric Ashkin, an Obstetrician and Gynecologist at Potomac Obstetrics & Gynecology utilizes web-based social networking all the more as often as possible to connect with patients and give significant and solid wellbeing data.
“Training and data is an expansive part of what I and my group offer patients,” clarifies Dr. Ashkin, a Montgomery District gynecologist. “Web-based social networking is evidence that this training does not generally need to occur in the workplace, but rather that patients can likewise get to it well outside of the workplace.”
Dr. Ashkin speaks with his patients by means of Facebook, Twitter and an as often as possible redesigned blog. On his blog, you can discover such subjects as “Looking after Yourself Amid Pregnancy,” hone particular data on hysterectomies and “Cervical Malignancy Screening Month” data. The blog is overhauled anyplace from once to twice every month to give data that ties in intimately with the administrations offered at Potomac Obstetrics & Gynecology in Rockville, MD.
On his Facebook page, Dr. Ashkin offers redesigns from group benefits undertakings to meetings and presentations Dr. Ashkin much of the time talks at. You can likewise see pictures of the recently opened Rockville office and even from Dr. Ashkin’s visit to the ViaCord rope blood donation center. As July seems to be “String Blood Mindfulness” month, now is a phenomenal time to get some information about this alternative at an up and coming pre-birth visit.
Notwithstanding data, you can read surveys from patients about their encounters with Potomac Obstetrics & Gynecology – and patients are welcome to share their own.
Patients can likewise take after Dr. Ashkin on Twitter at @PotomacObGyn. Dr. Ashkin and his accomplices Dr. Poshni and Masiky share photographs, recordings and redesigns – in 160 characters or less, obviously – with patients and “devotees.”
As online networking remains a developing technique for patients to get to and communicate with their doctors, Dr. Ashkin and the whole Potomac Obstetrics & Gynecology group are focused on developing their interpersonal organization as patients depend on them when developing their families.
“We need our patients to rely on us, and this is one method for keeping on connecting with them,” Dr. Ashkin says. “We listen to what they need to state and are continually hoping to enhance our practice and administrations.”
To see our person to person communication sites, please visit the Potomac Obstetrics & Gynecology site at www.PotomacOBGyn.com. On the left-hand side of the site are connections to tap on to see our Facebook, Twitter and blog pages. For more data or to make an arrangement, please call (301) 569-6301.
About Potomac Obstetrics & Gynecology: Potomac Obstetrics & Gynecology is a gathering of three doctors that have been practically speaking in Maryland together for the majority of the previous 10 years, comprising of Drs. Eric Ashkin, MD, Allya P. Poshni, MD, and Leslie B. Masiky, MD. Together they give a variety of administrations including hysterectomies, menopause treatment, and others. Dr. Eric Ashkin is an Aide Clinical Educator in the Division of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the George Washington College Institute of Pharmaceutical and Wellbeing Sciences, and is as of now a kindred of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, being board confirmed in Obstetrics and Gynecology since 2004. Dr. Allya P. Poshni is likewise a Kindred with the American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and has been board guaranteed since 2003. She is an accomplished Mechanical Specialist gaining practical experience in cutting edge gynecologic surgery using the daVinci surgical framework.
Dr. Eric Ashkin, MD
2301 Research Blvd Suite 210
Rockville, MD 20850
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