TriState Health Welcomes Urogynecologist Julius Szigeti II, MD, and Announces the Opening of their New Clinic, TriState Urogynecology
To meet the growing healthcare needs of the Lewis-Clark Valley and surrounding region, TriState Health welcomes Julius Szigeti II, MD, a board-certified physician who specializes in urogynecology and minimally invasive urogynecologic surgery. He comes to TriState Health with over 30 years of experience in his field. Welcoming Dr. Szigeti also announces the opening of a new clinic, TriState Urogynecology, come February 2024.
TriState Urogynecology is staffed by the only urogynecological specialist within a 100-mile radius, along with Dezirae Berry, NP-C. Together, they will provide innovative female pelvic medicine and create personalized health plans to improve quality of life for their patients. Using the latest, cutting-edge techniques, they will diagnose and treat a broad range of female pelvic health conditions, including:
- Frequent Bladder Infections
- Overactive Bladder
- Pelvic Pain
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse
- Urinary Incontinence
- Sexual Dysfunction
- And Other Pelvic Floor Conditions
In addition to providing care for various female pelvic health conditions, Dr. Szigeti specializes in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. Minimally invasive surgery treats a large range of gynecologic conditions and may have benefits over traditional surgery, including lower risk of complications and faster recovery.
“Right now, many in our community who currently suffer from pelvic health conditions have to travel to Spokane, Seattle, or event Boise, to receive care…and even then, they may have to wait several months to be seen,” said Joleen Carper, Chief of Clinic Operations for TriState Health. “Opening TriState Urogynecology is another way that TriState Health is growing to meet the healthcare needs of those in our area. Access to a local urogynecologist ensures that women in the region can receive specialized care, tailored to their unique needs, while remaining close to home.”