COEMIG Specialist

Lyndon Taylor, MD -  - OB-GYN

Healthcare for Women

Lyndon Taylor, MD

OB-GYN located in Near West Suburbs of Chicago, Oak Park, IL & North Riverside, IL

Earning the COEMIG designation will signify that the facility and surgeon are among the best in the specialty to consistently deliver the highest level of minimally invasive gynecologic surgical care possible. Dr. Lyndon and his expert team at Healthcare for Women are proud to have earned the COEMIG designation and provide their patients in the Oak Park area of Chicago, Illinois the best possible treatments.

COEMIG Q & A

What does it mean to have a COEMIG designation?

COEMIG stands for Center of Excellence for Minimally Invasive Gynecology. The designation of this award is given to those who meet stringent requirements set forth by the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopics (AAGL) and the Surgical Review Corporation (SRC).

The Center of Excellence in Minimally Invasive Gynecology (COEMIG) was launched in 2010 and initially, designation was only offered to surgeons located in the United States. In mid-2011, COEMIG expanded to include surgeons, hospitals, and ambulatory surgery centers around the world that provide minimally invasive gynecologic surgical care on an inpatient and outpatient basis. The COEMIG program delivers on the AAGL’s commitment to advance adoption of minimally invasive gynecology worldwide. The program will enable the society to best serve the present and future needs of patients and providers by focusing on continuous improvement in healthcare quality and safety.

What are the requirements of earning a COEMIG?

SRC developed the requirements of COEMIG. Achieving these requirements places a facility and its co-applicant surgeons among the best in their fields. These requirements include:

  1. Institutional commitment to excellence
  2. Surgical experience
  3. Designated medical director
  4. Consultative services
  5. Equipment and instruments
  6. Surgeon dedication and qualified call coverage
  7. Clinical pathways and standardized operating procedures
  8. Surgical team and support staff
  9. Patient education
  10. Continuous quality assessment

What does this mean to patients?

COEMIG was designed to expand patient awareness and access to minimally invasive gynecologic procedures that are performed by surgeons and facilities that have demonstrated excellence in advanced techniques. This helps to ensure that women are aware of their surgical treatment options and the benefits of less invasive approaches. This means that when a patient seeks out gynecological procedures they can trust that a COEMIG designated facility will provide them with the utmost care and concern.