Dr Ananth Retirement

Published September 9, 2019 by

Uma Ananth, MD

Comprehensive Women’s Care, Inc. is filled with mixed emotions as we announce the retirement of Dr. Uma Ananth, effective September 30th, 2019.

After nearly three decades spent caring for women in Central Ohio, it is bittersweet to see Dr. Ananth off on this next part of her journey. She has watched many families grow, shared heartache and joy with hundreds of patients, and truly valued the relationships made along the way.

Dr. Ananth has brought a wealth of knowledge and expertise to our community, from pioneering benign gynecologic robotic surgery at Riverside Methodist Hospital, to training extensively to improve and expand the use of robotics in patient care. She has also spent many years serving as teaching staff at Riverside Methodist Hospital, training resident and fellow physicians.  

“I thank you for placing your trust in me. It has been my pleasure to serve you and our community for the past 29 years as an OB/GYN. Though I have thoroughly enjoyed my career, it is now time to pass on the baton to my fellow physicians as I move on to retirement.  I have the utmost respect and confidence in the team of physicians and nurse practitioners at Comprehensive Women’s Care, Inc. and I assure you that your care will continue seamlessly. Each one of them brings something amazing to serve you.”


COVID-19 Update

Due to the recent coronavirus outbreak, COVID-19, we are taking steps to protect our patients, employees and their loved ones. We can all play a role in slowing the speed at which the virus spreads.

As your healthcare provider, we are committed to your health and safety. Starting on March 16, we will be rescheduling all routine well visits/annuals appointments.

This DOES NOT include our pregnant patients or anyone who needs an urgent appointment.

This DOES include anyone with routine, follow up, and/or annual visits who do not have any abnormal issues. If you are elderly, immunocompromised, or have underlying medical conditions, please do not come into our office during this time.

Your health is important to us and we welcome you to call our office if you need any help deciding if you need to reschedule your appointment.

If you have a fever, cough, or shortness of breath, please do not come to the office for an appointment. Please instead call us to reschedule.

We have always been very welcoming of additional support people and children in our office, but at this time, we are asking that you do not bring any guests to your visits. If you need assistance and a support person is necessary, please call our office so arrangements can be made.

This is only temporary for the safety and well being of ALL our patients at CWC.

The situation is fluid, and we are continually reassessing it.

We will be offering telemedicine appointments beginning March 23rd.

We will be updating you regularly, and we welcome you to call our office to speak to our staff with any questions or concerns.

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