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At Michigan Women’s Health your safety has been our number one priority even before the pandemic. For decades we’ve focused on safety and integrity while providing you with exceptional service. We’re not just your providers, for most of you, we’ve been with you through every stage of life.

As Coronavirus numbers continue to rise in Michigan we want you to know our commitment to keeping you safe hasn’t changed. Our staff has remained committed to following best practices as the CDC and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists advise.

We have continued to follow additional cleaning protocols, social distancing precautions and personal protective equipment practices, none of that will change. We still welcome you into our offices and recommend that you keep your appointment for wellness visits. Breast, ovarian and cervical cancer diagnosis have all seen delays this year due to postponed exams. A delayed diagnosis can have a life altering impact. Please don’t delay your exams.

Our staff has increased our physical distancing protocols. We’ve spaced out our appointments, minimized our waiting room capacities and have additional entrances and exits if needed.

Each and every day we see immunocompromised patients. In an attempt to keep everyone safe we may ask you to fill out paperwork online and print it before you come. We may also ask you to fill out paperwork or wait in an adjacent area by our office or in your vehicle. If you require certain accommodations or if you are showing symptoms like coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, fever or chills, please let’s us know before you come to our office. We may need to reschedule your appointment. We will also continue to screen every patient before they enter the building.

We know that new routines can be difficult and we appreciate your support to keep our community strong. We’re committed to keeping our patients healthy and safe through every stage of life, including this one.

Michigan Women’s Health

Andrea Eisenberg

Andrea Eisenberg, M.D. has been in practice for over 26 years and is certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. She graduated from Wayne State School of Medicine in 1989 and completed her residency at Sinai Hospital in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1993. She is affiliated with William Beaumont Hospital which now includes the ability to deliver at the Karmanos Natural Birth Center. She has delivered countless babies and enjoys being a part of such a special time for families. Her special interests include family planning, infertility, adolescence, menopause and helping women transition through different phases of their lives. Dr. Eisenberg also has an interest in narrative medicine and originated a program with the residents of Beaumont hospital. In 2020, she was awarded CREOG’s National Faculty Award for excellence in teaching. She also has been published in Intima, Journal of Narrative Medicine; Pulse, Voices From the Heart of Medicine; The Examined Life Journal; ACOG District V Special Delivery, and After Rounds as well as having her own blog,

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Michigan Women’s Health

Farmington Hills Location

28555 Orchard Lake Road, Suite 120
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Troy Location

2221 Livernois, Suite 101
Troy, MI 48083