Domenico Leuci, MD FACOG
Dr. Leuci was born and raised in Binghamton, NY. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree at Binghamton University, and his medical degree at Upstate Medical University at Syracuse. Dr. Leuci completed his residency training program in Obstetrics & Gyneology at Stamford Hospital in Stamford, CT. Following that, he returned to the Greater Binghamton area, and has proudly been in private practice since then. Dr. Leuci is a Board Certified Physician and is currently President of the Medical Staff at Lourdes Hospital, as well as Chairman of the Department of OB/GYN at Lourdes. In addition, he is Vice Chair of the Department of OB/GYN at UHS, and Past Department Chair of OB/GYN at UHS.
Dr. Leuci is one of the local pioneers in minimally-invasive gynecological surgery. He was the first in the area to perform Essure hysterscopic sterilization within the office setting, and was the first to bring NovaSure endometrial ablation into the office. Dr. Leuci also routinely performs laparoscopic and vaginal hysterectomy, surgery for urinary incontinence, and repair of pelvic organ prolapse.
Prenatal Care, or Obstetrics, accounts for a significant portion of Dr. Leuci’s practice. “Delivering babies is still the most rewarding part of what I do. It’s an honor to be asked to be a part of such a special moment.” Dr. Leuci believes that every pregnancy is different, and that the most important thing for both himself and his patients is to be flexible and keep an open mind to achieve the best outcomes.
Providing routine women’s healthcare from adolescence through menopause and beyond is the foundation for Dr. Leuci’s practice.
Nicole Rouhana, FNP
Nicole is a life-long resident of Broome County and isa highly respected practitioner in our community. Nicole is passionate about providing women’s health care. She received her MS in nursing from Binghamton University, Nurse Practitioner degree from Stony Brook University, CNM degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey, as well as her PH.D in rural health from Binghamton University.
As a member of the ACNM, she has provided leadership and mentoring at the local, state, and national levels. She is a fellow of the National Rural Health Association. Nicole is currently Assistant Professor and Director of the Graduate Programs at Binghamton University Decker School of Nursing.
Nicole has been with Greater Binghamton OB/GYN for 4 years providing women with ……..
“We are proud to have her on our team. “