Bellin Health Acquires Women’s Specialty Care
Bellin Health has reached an agreement to purchase Women’s Specialty Care, a leading OB/GYN clinic with four locations in the region, effective immediately.
“Women’s Specialty Care is known for providing outstanding care to women in Northeast Wisconsin,” said George Kerwin, Bellin Health president and CEO. “This is a major development for our health system and one that will elevate the services we provide to women and expectant families through greater integration and care coordination.”
Under the agreement, Bellin Health acquired Women’s Specialty Care’s four locations – two in Green Bay, one in Appleton and one in Marinette. Clinic operations will continue uninterrupted, with no inconvenience for patients of the clinics.
Established in 2002 by Drs. Herbert Coussons and Michael O’Toole, Women’s Specialty Care has grown to a team of 14 specialists, including Dr. Allahyar Jazayeri, who joined the practice in 2006. Women’s Specialty Care is known for providing high-quality care in the areas of obstetrics, midwifery, infertility, family planning, high risk pregnancy, gynecology, breast health, menopause services and robotic-assisted surgery.
Bellin and Women’s Specialty Care have enjoyed a long-standing and mutually respectful relationship and the two organizations have partnered on several initiatives. One of Women’s Specialty Care clinics is located on the Bellin Hospital campus.
The providers of Women’s Specialty Care are:
- Herbert Coussons, MD
- Michael O’Toole, MD
- Allahyar Jazayeri, MD, PhD
- Seemanthini Haraharan, MD
- Ngozi Mbah, MD
- Jory Ough, MD
- Megan Temp, MD
- Mary Jazayeri, WHNP-C, Certified Nurse Midwife
- Annamarie Schiereck, Certified Nurse Midwife
- Libby Woodard, Certified Nurse Midwife
- Amber Carriveau, DNP, FNP
- Linda Haen, FNP-C, Nurse Practitioner
- Pamela Niles, WHCNP, Nurse Practitioner
- Kimberly Williams, RN, MS, WHNP-BC