As board-certified OB-GYN, Dr. Aly is known for offering comprehensive healthcare for women of all ages. He treats his patients at Slocum-Dickson Medical Group in New Hartford, New York. Dr. Aly received his medical degree from Faculty of Medicine at Cairo University (Cairo, Egypt). He completed an internship at Cairo University Hospitals and his residency at Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo (Buffalo, NY). Utilizing the most recent technology and state of the art equipment, Dr. Aly brings many years of knowledge and expertise to patient care, and is among the most highly respected and recognized in the community, and is well known for his experience in the area of Obstetric Care.
Dr. Aly is a board-certified gynecologist who provides gynecologic healthcare for all stages of life. As a patient of Dr. Aly’s, you have access to a full range of services and the best technology available. Services include but are not limited to:
Dr. Aly is a prenatal doctor that is devoted to helping you with every aspect of your pregnancy or family planning needs. From prenatal tests to obstetrical deliveries, we’ll be with you every step of your pregnancy to protect your health and the health of your baby. Dr. Aly has established a reputation for providing his patients the best obstetrics and gynecology services. For women who are looking to become pregnant, or who are already pregnant, Dr. Aly provides compassionate infertility management and prenatal care. Schedule your prenatal visit today.
Medical degree from Faculty of Medicine at Cairo University (Cairo, Egypt)
Internship at Cairo University Hospitals (Cairo, Egypt)
Residency at Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo (Buffalo, NY)
Board Certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology
Checkups are usually about once a month. Starting at about the 28th week of pregnancy, you may need to be seen every 2 – 3 weeks. After 36 weeks, you are usually seen every week until delivery.
Prenatal care appointments usually include weight checks, fetal examination, physical exam, blood tests, and imaging tests depending on the stage of pregnancy. During your visit, there will also be discussions about the mother’s and fetus’s health, and any questions the expecting mother may have about the pregnancy. Prenatal care helps to prevent the risk of pregnancy complications and helps to ensure a healthy pregnancy.