Good Samaritan Medical Center welcomes Joyce Prophete, MD

Joyce Prophete, MD joins OB-Gyn Staff at Good Samaritan Medical Center
 
Good Samaritan Medical Center is pleased to announce Joyce L. Prophete, MD, as the newest obstetrics and gynecology physician in Women’s Health Services. Her office is located at 830 Oak Street, Ste. 223E, Brockton, MA.
 
A resident of Sharon, MA, Dr. Prophete is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and takes a particular interest in women’s preventative health, high-risk prenatal care, menopause management, and menstrual disorders. In addition, she is a member of the American Board of Obesity Medicine with a focus on obesity management and how it pertains to women’s health. 
 
Dr. Prophete received her medical degree from the University of Medicine, New Jersey Medical School, Newark and completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA. 
 
Prior to joining Good Samaritan, Dr. Prophete held staff physician appointments at North Shore Medical Center, Salem Hospital, Salem, MA and at Lynn Community Health Center, Lynn, MA. 
 
“We are very happy to welcome Joyce Prophete to the Good Samaritan Medical Center Women’s Health Services,” said John A. Jurczyk, FACHE, President of Good Samaritan Medical Center. “Her experience as a community based OB-GYN physician coupled with her focus on conditions confronting women in our service area make Dr. Prophete a valuable addition to our comprehensive Women’s Health team at Good Samaritan Medical Center.”
 
“In addition to her work as a staff physician, Dr. Prophete has earned many honors for her excellence in as a leader in both her medical endeavors and her education efforts,” commented Jurczyk. “This level of dedication to education and community outreach speaks volumes about her character. I know she will serve our patients well.” 
 
Dr. Prophete is proficient in both Spanish and Haitian-Creole. Appointment are now being accepted at 508-897-4712.
 

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