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Dr. Eman Al-Janabi

OB-GYN (Obstetrician-Gynecologist)

3.62 (83)

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Biography

Education and Background

Education and training

Other
Specialty
OB-GYN (Obstetrician-Gynecologist)
NPI number
1699733071

Reviews

3.62 Based on
2 platform(s)
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3.6 (78)
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4.0 (5)
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July 06, 2022 Lamya Haymour
Amazing Staff and friendly and very thoughtful…and let’s not forget Dr.Aljanabi she has a lot of patience ! After moving to New York I didn’t know where I was going to go! But I thank god I found the best!
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February 05, 2022 Kirsten Anderson
Love this practice and Noha, the PA. The receptionists are lovely and extremely wonderful. I didn't give 5 stars because the person who handles billing is not the most helpful. I found her to be rude, callous, and uncaring when I had questions about a lab. In fact, I had to call the office several times to reach her. I understand that the practice is busy, but a phone call the day of or even the week of would have been greatly appreciated. She eventually handled my issue, but she did not communicate that she had spoken with someone the month prior about my billing question. When I finally emailed again, her response was written in all caps, and it was extremely rude.
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March 14, 2022 Lee
Dr. Al-Janabi is inundated & overwhelmed by patients/workload, serving in two or three roles; capacities. She was attentive, understanding & sensitively followed up until last year when she came off overwhelmed each visit. She performed surgical procedure last yr and it went awry! She did not disclose information before hand to me, that was necessary to know, regarding post surgery complications. This minor procedure she recommended resulted in four new horrible conditions to my one, prior to this procedure. My body is worse off than it was before I agreed to follow suit on her simple procedure recommendation. She stated this minor procedure would solve my overall mineral deficiency concern. I ended up in ER as result of this procedure (never been to ER prior) and am dealing with this currently, with one "resolve", her recommended second procedure that was never disclosed to me as a possibility of these now issues being a concern. This unwanted second procedure would be more invasive, intrusive & leave a large scar, all because the possibility of initial post procedure results were never mentioned by her. Dr. Al-Janabi and her rep I spoke with after procedure, have casually, insensitively dealt with this traumatic experience and the issues that have ensued, all from a carelessly recommended procedure. It Is hard not to read this experience now, as not being recommended more for money. The day I ended up in the ER, early December, I had called the office & pain began to worsen mid sentence. An insensitive receptionist (one of the long-standing ones) that answered phone, came off scared, scrutinizing & cold as she asked me irrelevant questions and "shoo-ed" me off the phone & hung up before I could say good bye. This receptionist needs patient sensitivity training. She told me the dr would get back to me & I didn't hear from dr Al-Janabi until four days later with little sensitivity for what I was put through, based on her haphazard procedural recommendation. The day of my procedure, entering the Brooklyn hospital she performs her procedures (& delivers babies?) I immediately had a bad feeling. It wasn't a state of the art-facility, looked dated and the feel of it made me feel this is where some people without insurance are treated less than/sent to die..maybe. I didn't understand how I ended up here when the likes of her office on Staten Island read more middle - upper class environment afforded me because of my insurance. I was concerned and was introduced to six staff members who all shared what role they serve in at the hospital & for the day. They were all POC which was different for me, made me feel proud in one way but didn't make me feel any more assured I'd receive great care or tending to because of the very long wait (3 hours) for a quick minor procedure but because it was mid-pandemic & it was Dr. Al-Janabi (based on prior care) I went ahead at that point. After surgery, she spoke to me for 10 seconds about how it went well and as I came completely to, she was no where to be found or contacted to release me, for approximately five hours for this quick in & out procedure. During covid pandemic, I had to wait after procedure, for five more hours to get clearance from Dr Al-Janabi to leave hospital?! A stand-in nurse finally got the okay to have me released. This was already backward & disappointing, then to think I was recovering; healing to only find out I now have four new horrible issues to deal with that she shared on follow up visit (wks later), would need a "do-over"(??). A more invasive procedure because initial minor procedure went awry?! I signed off on procedure so I can't sue so I'm left to deal with what wasn't disclosed as dr should have, was described casually w/out possibilities of what I am enduring, being a result -but I signed so I'm the one at fault? *shaking my head vigorously* More accountability for dr needed, to make accurate, informed decisions & hopefully not place greed over patient health. A sad tale of "Don't depend on your Dr to share vital, pertinent preventative info".
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July 06, 2022 V S
They do not value their patients time, I waited over 6 hours to be seen, front desk is nasty and act like they’re doing you a favor. They allowed an issue to remain unresolved for 3 months because they were “monitoring it” meanwhile I had all the diagnostics done on my own, on behalf of my primary care doctor who wanted to investigate my issue. Not once did this office suggest surgery, the PA told me it was nothing to worry about and follow up with the doctor in a couple months. I waited 3 months to see the actual Doctor to be told I needed a procedure since neither the PA or Dr could obtain a biopsy. I don’t know how this could be considered good care by any means, if you can’t get a biopsy then suggest the procedure immediately, don’t allow a patient to waste 3 months thinking everything is fine to find out the procedure needs to be done in the hospital. I happen to be moving so they not only added to my stress, they messed with my health which has been an ongoing struggle as a cancer survivor. When I move I have to find someone to take care of me immediately because I worry about cancer and I’m now extra stressed out, maybe this office doesn’t understand what it’s like to be a survivor and how serious one takes every aspect of their health after going through that, it’s disgusting and not compassionate at all. I would give this place zero stars if I could. You should be ashamed of yourselves. I do not recommend this practice at all. Horrifying, negligent and unprofessional. Do not respond with some nonsense to me because you deserve this bad review and everyone should know the negligence of allowing me to wait 3 months instead of sending me for a procedure immediately to ensure it’s not cancer. It’s beyond sick and deranged, avoid this practice. Horrible.
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June 01, 2022 Hossam Alden
Dr/ Eman is very helpful, but her front desk girl doesn’t respect patients. She doesn’t know how to deal woman who is pregnant and in sever pain. My wife will not back to this office because her.
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Costs with Blue Cross/Blue Shield (any - including Anthem, Empire, etc.)

Typical treatment path for General Consultation
These are the most common services patients usually receive during their General Consultation appointment.
New patient office visit
up to $247*
Providers charge for an "office visit" when discussing treatment for a specific health condition.

It does not include the cost of tests or procedures, and is based on:
  • medical complexity of the health issue (most visits are low complexity)
  • face-to-face time spent with the provider
  • time spent by the provider documenting the encounter
Most common service(s)
Low complexity
up to $134*
Other service(s)
Minimal complexity
up to $107*
Moderate complexity
up to $154*
High complexity
up to $247*

Predicted total:
up to $134*
* depends on your specific insurance (copay, deductible, coverage, etc.)

Services

Annual well-woman visit
Free
New patient office visit
up to $247*
Providers charge for an "office visit" when discussing treatment for a specific health condition.

It does not include the cost of tests or procedures, and is based on:
  • medical complexity of the health issue (most visits are low complexity)
  • face-to-face time spent with the provider
  • time spent by the provider documenting the encounter
Minimal complexity
up to $107*
Low complexity
up to $134*
Moderate complexity
up to $154*
High complexity
up to $247*
Intrauterine device (IUD)
up to $230*
IUD Insertion
up to $162*
IUD Removal
up to $230*
Non-stress test (measures fetal heart rate)
up to $107*
OB ultrasound
up to $255*
Transabdominal, Standard
up to $169*
Transabdominal, Comprehensive
up to $255*
Transvaginal
up to $194*
Fetal biophysical profile
up to $271*
Ultrasound and non-stress test
up to $271*
Only ultrasound
up to $198*
pH Test of body fluid
up to $3*
Urine pregnancy test
up to $6*
Colposcopy (examination of vulva, vagina or cervix with colposcope)
up to $769*
Colposcopy of the Vulva
up to $253*
Colposcopy of the Vulva with Biopsy(s)
up to $425*
Colposcopy of the Entire Vagina, with Cervix If Present
up to $241*
Colposcopy of the Entire Vagina, with Biopsy(s) of Vagina and/or Cervix
up to $456*
Colposcopy of the Cervix with Biopsy and Endocervical Curettage
up to $328*
Colposcopy of the Cervix with Biopsy(s) and Endocervical Curettage
up to $428*
Colposcopy of the Cervix with Biopsy(s)
up to $405*
Colposcopy of the Cervix with Loop Electrode Biopsy(s)
up to $345*
Colposcopy of the Cervix with Loop Electrode Excision
up to $671*
Colposcopy of the Cervix with Loop Electrode Excision of Transformation Zone
up to $769*
Examination of tissue (skin excisions and biopsies)
up to $56*
OBGYN Laparoscopy Procedures
up to $2941*
Laparoscopy, surgical; with fulguration of oviducts (with or without transection)
up to $739*
Laparoscopic radical hysterectomy, with removal of tubes and/or ovaries
up to $2941*
Laparoscopy, surgical; with fulguration or excision of lesions of the ovary, pelvic viscera, or peritoneal surface by any method
up to $1448*
Laparoscopy, surgical, with total hysterectomy, for uterus 250 g or less
up to $1730*
Laparoscopic treatment of ectopic pregnancy
up to $1687*
Laparoscopy, surgical; with lysis of adhesions (salpingolysis, ovariolysis) (separate procedure)
up to $1371*
Laparoscopy, surgical, supracervical hysterectomy, for uterus greater than 250 g
up to $1822*
Laparoscopy, surgical; with removal of adnexal structures (partial or total oophorectomy and/or salpingectomy)
up to $1325*
Laparoscopic vaginal hysterectomy, with removal of tubes and/or ovaries
up to $2209*
Laparoscopic colpopexy
up to $2155*
Laparoscopy, surgical, supracervical hysterectomy
up to $1597*
Laparoscopic myomectomy, removal of fibroids
up to $2018*
Hysteroscopy Procedures
up to $2935*
Hysteroscopy, surgical; with removal of leiomyomata
up to $673*
Hysteroscopy, surgical; with sampling (biopsy) of endometrium and/or polypectomy, with or without D&C
up to $2767*
Hysteroscopy, surgical; with endometrial ablation (eg, endometrial resection, electrosurgical ablation, thermoablation)
up to $2935*
Hysteroscopy, surgical; with lysis of intrauterine adhesions (any method)
up to $594*
Hysteroscopy, diagnostic (separate procedure)
up to $546*
Hysteroscopy, surgical, with bilateral fallopian tube cannulation
up to $2762*
Hysteroscopy, surgical; with division or resection of intrauterine septum
up to $647*
OBGYN Ultrasound Procedures
up to $402*
Obstetric ultrasound, detailed fetal anatomic examination, transabdominal
up to $402*
Sonohysterography, including color flow Doppler, when performed
up to $264*
Pelvic ultrasound
up to $162*
Ultrasound pelvis through vagina
up to $245*
Pelvic ultrasound, non-obstetric, limited or follow-up
up to $107*
Ultrasound, pregnant uterus, real time with image documentation, fetal and maternal evaluation, first trimester
up to $271*
Abdominal ultrasound of pregnant uterus (greater or equal to 14 weeks 0 days) single or first fetus
up to $285*
Ultrasound guidance for aspiration of ova
up to $157*
OBGYN Tests and Biopsies
up to $35*
Estradiol blood test
up to $23*
Automated screening of Pap smear
up to $22*
Urine culture, bacterial, with isolation and presumptive identification of each isolate
up to $7*
Nucleic acid amplification test for infectious agents
up to $35*
HPV testing using high-risk types
up to $28*
Protein marker analysis, CA-125
up to $20*
Automated thin layer preparation, manual screening under physician supervision
up to $17*
Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) quantitative test
up to $7*
Cytopathology, cervical or vaginal
up to $16*
Automated urinalysis test
up to $2*
OBGYN Surgical Procedures
up to $5420*
Treatment of missed abortion, completed surgically
up to $1024*
Posterior colporrhaphy, repair of rectocele with or without perineorrhaphy
up to $1324*
Hysteroscopy, surgical; with sampling (biopsy) of endometrium and/or polypectomy, with or without D&C
up to $2767*
Marsupialization of Bartholin's gland cyst
up to $303*
Endometrial biopsy
up to $310*
Laparoscopy, surgical; with fulguration or excision of lesions of the ovary, pelvic viscera, or peritoneal surface by any method
up to $1448*
Abdominal myomectomy, removal of fibroids through abdominal incision
up to $1366*
Colpopexy, vaginal
up to $1018*
Cryosurgery of the penis
up to $405*
Treatment of ectopic pregnancy with salpingostomy
up to $1740*
Colpopexy, abdominal approach
up to $1424*
Laparoscopy, surgical; with lysis of adhesions (salpingolysis, ovariolysis) (separate procedure)
up to $1371*
Laparoscopy, surgical, with total hysterectomy, for uterus 250 g or less
up to $1730*
Laparoscopic treatment of ectopic pregnancy
up to $1687*
Endometrial ablation, thermal
up to $2041*
Loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP)
up to $762*
Colpopexy, vaginal approach
up to $1536*
Hysteroscopy, surgical; with endometrial ablation (eg, endometrial resection, electrosurgical ablation, thermoablation)
up to $2935*
Laparoscopy, surgical, supracervical hysterectomy, for uterus greater than 250 g
up to $1822*
Induced abortion by dilation and curettage
up to $655*
Destruction of anal warts by electrocautery
up to $1078*
Ovarian cystectomy, unilateral or bilateral
up to $1675*
Incision and drainage of Bartholin's gland abscess
up to $223*
New patient preventive medicine evaluation for individuals aged 18-39 years
up to $192*
Cervical biopsy
up to $305*
Laparoscopy, surgical; with removal of adnexal structures (partial or total oophorectomy and/or salpingectomy)
up to $1325*
Treatment of incomplete abortion, any trimester, completed surgically
up to $936*
Hysteroscopy, surgical; with lysis of intrauterine adhesions (any method)
up to $594*
Hysteroscopy, diagnostic (separate procedure)
up to $546*
Tubal ligation reversal, microsurgical technique
up to $1999*
Anterior and/or posterior colporrhaphy
up to $1135*
Laparoscopic vaginal hysterectomy, with removal of tubes and/or ovaries
up to $2209*
Chromotubation of oviduct, including materials
up to $258*
Laparoscopic colpopexy
up to $2155*
Unlisted procedure, female genital system (nonobstetrical)
up to $98*
Mastectomy for gynecomastia
up to $1254*
Vulvar biopsy, single lesion
up to $206*
Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) quantitative test
up to $7*
Dilation and curettage, diagnostic and/or therapeutic
up to $712*
Hysteroscopy, surgical; with removal of leiomyomata and/or polyps
up to $802*
Laparoscopy, abdomen, peritoneum, and omentum, diagnostic
up to $452*
Salpingo-oophorectomy, complete or partial, unilateral or bilateral (separate procedure)
up to $1658*
Clitoroplasty for intersex state
up to $2542*
Cytopathology, cervical or vaginal
up to $16*
Laparoscopic myomectomy, removal of very large or multiple fibroids
up to $2496*
Oophorectomy, partial or total, unilateral or bilateral
up to $1186*
Vaginal hysterectomy, for uterus 250 g or less
up to $1823*
Laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy, with removal of tubes and/or ovaries
up to $1998*
Endocervical curettage
up to $315*
Hysterosalpingography, radiological supervision and interpretation
up to $146*
Embryo transfer, intrauterine
up to $299*
Excision of breast lesion identified by preoperative placement of radiological marker, open
up to $1127*
Abdominal ultrasound of pregnant uterus (greater or equal to 14 weeks 0 days) single or first fetus
up to $285*
Salpingectomy, complete or partial, unilateral or bilateral (separate procedure)
up to $1588*
Neisseria gonorrhoeae, direct probe technique
up to $10*
Vaginal dilation under anesthesia
up to $102*
Hysterosalpingography
up to $258*
Total abdominal hysterectomy with removal of tubes and/or ovaries
up to $2263*
Hysteroscopy, surgical, with bilateral fallopian tube cannulation
up to $2762*
Labiaplasty, wedge excision
up to $1430*
Routine obstetric (pregnancy) care for vaginal delivery, incl pre- and post- delivery care
up to $5420*
Vaginoplasty for congenital anomaly
up to $1991*
Laparoscopy, surgical, supracervical hysterectomy
up to $1597*
Cystourethroscopy, with fulguration (including cryosurgery or laser surgery) and/or resection of; SMALL bladder tumor(s) (0.5 up to 2.0 cm)
up to $1482*
Laparoscopic myomectomy, removal of fibroids
up to $2018*
Vulvar biopsy, each additional lesion
up to $100*
Hysteroscopy, surgical; with division or resection of intrauterine septum
up to $647*
Insertion, non-biodegradable drug delivery implant
up to $342*
Mammography, screening, bilateral
up to $218*
Complex cystometrogram with voiding pressure studies
up to $756*
Insertion of mesh or other prosthesis for repair of pelvic floor
up to $576*
Ultrasound, retroperitoneal, limited
up to $128*
HPV vaccine, types 6, 11, 16, 18
up to $229*
Ultrasound guidance for aspiration of ova
up to $157*
Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS), complete course of treatment of cranial lesion(s)
up to $2592*
Enterocele repair
up to $1913*
Mammogram, both breasts (not for routine screening)
up to $298*
Automated urinalysis test
up to $2*
Biopsy of breast; percutaneous, needle core, not using imaging guidance
up to $1267*
OBGYN Miscellaneous Procedures
up to $2041*
Destruction of lesion(s), vulva; simple (eg, laser surgery, electrosurgery, cryosurgery, chemosurgery, surgical curettement)
up to $382*
Treatment of missed abortion, completed surgically
up to $1024*
Excision, excessive skin and subcutaneous tissue (includes lipectomy); other area
up to $1985*
Unlisted psychiatric service or procedure
up to $66*
Insertion of vaginal pessary
up to $185*
Mammogram, 1 breast (not for routine screening)
up to $236*
Herpes simplex virus, DNA, PCR
up to $26*
Ligation or transection of fallopian tube(s), abdominal or vaginal approach, postpartum (separate procedure);
up to $732*
CT Pelvis without contrast material
up to $328*
Removal, non-biodegradable drug delivery implant
up to $351*
Vulvectomy, simple; partial
up to $1073*
Loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP)
up to $762*
Endometrial ablation, thermal
up to $2041*
Ultrasound pelvis through vagina
up to $245*
Vulvar biopsy, each additional lesion
up to $100*
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