Atlanta, GA, September 24, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The Center for Endometriosis Care (CEC) | Kenny R. Sinervo, MD FRCSC, LLC is delighted to welcome Dr. Nicholas Kongoasa MB BCh back to the practice. Previously, Dr. Kongoasa was on staff at the CEC as a Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (MIGS) Fellow. On his eagerly anticipated return to the Center, Dr. Kongoasa says, "I am truly blessed to be returning to the CEC’s patients and continuing to learn from them.”
A skilled Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgeon specializing in Laparoscopic Excision of endometriosis and treatment of pelvic pain, Dr. Kongoasa also maintains a keen research interest. His work has been acclaimed throughout his career. An award-winning former Research Fellow of the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Kongoasa is also the 2013 Recipient of the AAGL Special Resident in Minimally Invasive Gynecology Award, the 2008 recipient of the Thrasher Research Fund Early Career Award grant for his winning research on pre-eclampsia, the 2005 Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynecology Richard Johansen Obstetric Prize Winner, and a finalist in the 2005 Royal Society of Medicine Research Presentation Prize for his research on stroke, to name but a few.
Dr. Ken Sinervo, Medical Director of the Center for Endometriosis Care, said “We are delighted to welcome back Dr. Kongoasa. He returns to us with his excellent credentials and tremendous clinical and research experience; he is a wonderful addition to the CEC staff, bringing additional expertise to our patients and allowing us to enhance our continuous patient-centered, multidisciplinary approach to endometriosis and pelvic pain.”
Originally from Indonesia, Dr. Kongoasa received his Medical Degree from the University of Manchester School of Medicine in the United Kingdom. Following his previous Fellowship with the Center, he re-joined Saint Peter's Healthcare System in New Brunswick, NJ wherein he had previously completed his OB/GYN Residency. He is a Member of ACOG (Junior Fellow), ABOG (Member, Board Eligible), AMA (Member) and the AAGL, wherein he serves on the Endometriosis Special Interest Group. He is licensed to practice medicine in New Jersey and Georgia.
Dr. Kongoasa will officially return to the CEC on November 2, 2015. He looks forward to utilizing his clinical and surgical skills, research expertise and dedicated involvement in the global endometriosis community to support the CEC’s mission to transform the state of endometriosis care.
About the Center for Endometriosis Care:
The CEC is a Center of Expertise in Endometriosis and formally designated Center of Excellence in advanced Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (COEMIG), founded in 1991 by internationally acclaimed endometriosis pioneer Robert B. Albee, Jr. MD FACOG ACGE. The Center, under the direction of Medical Director Ken R. Sinervo MD MSc FRCSC ACGE, is comprised of an award-winning team of Board-Certified Laparoendoscopic Excision (LAPEX) surgeons and compassionate endometriosis specialists. CEC was among the first few centers in the world to undertake a dedicated focus on the disease and specifically on the excisional treatment of endometriosis. In addition to gold-standard treatment, the CEC also maintains a robust training and Fellowship program along with disease education, awareness and public policy efforts to elevate the profile of endometriosis as priority public health concern. For over twenty years, the Center’s integrative, patient-centric care team has considered it an honor to help the international endometriosis and pelvic pain community.