Rupen Baxi, MD
Oasis Women's Center
Dr. Baxi is a board certified and fellowship trained gyn surgeon with advanced technical and surgical skills. He completed an internship in General Surgery at the Jewish Hospital of Cincinnati followed by a residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine and Health System. While in residency, he was awarded the Special Resident in Minimally Invasive Surgery Award, sponsored by the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL). He then went on to receive his fellowship training in minimally invasive GYN surgery at Mohawk Valley Health System, a highly coveted (AAGL) fellowship program. In addition to proficiency in minimally invasive GYN surgical techniques, Dr. Baxi has been published multiple times in several scientific journals including the Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology. He has presented scientific findings of multiple research studies at major national gynecological conferences and meetings. As an invited speaker, Dr. Baxi has also given several talks on such topics as Bloodless medicine and surgical techniques, Complex hysterectomy techniques and Pelvic Organ Prolapse. Additionally, he is the recipient of the prestigious Arnold P. Gold Foundation “Teaching and Humanism in Medicine” Award, a nod to his humble bedside manner and passion for teaching. Dr. Baxi has also served as a member of the surgical case review committee while at the Mohawk Valley Health System, ensuring consistent gyn surgical care across the hospital. Furthermore, he also serves as a reviewer for the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Through all his training and experience, combined with his comforting personality, he has successfully created a premier gyn surgical practice with the mission of providing exceptional surgical care. His practice is recognized as a Center of Excellence in Minimally Invasive Gyn Surgery. His philosophy is centered around the simple fact that people go to a doctor because they are in need of medical or surgical care, and during that encounter with their doctor, they should feel like they were genuinely cared for. It starts by treating patients professionally and respectfully, the way we would want to be treated by our own doctors. His approach is to form a patient-doctor team by educating patients and discussing options, and together arrive at a treatment goal that can have tangible results.