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One of Dallas, Texas’ premier OB/GYN physicians, Dr. Emil Tajzoy, is committed to providing only the most personalized, highest quality care. While patients in most Dallas-area hospitals may not see the same provider twice, Dr. Tajzoy and his partners take pride in their patient-first focus, developing trusting relationships with their patients that last a lifetime.
With Dr. Tajzoy’s practice, patients see the same provider every time they visit, ensuring the greatest continuity of care. From young women planning for their first child to pregnant mothers with still more children at home, Dr. Tajzoy and his team provide comprehensive care to their patients for every stage of life’s journey.
Dr. Tajzoy is joined in his practice by Dr. Ted Fogwell, Dr. Tara Dullye, and Dr. Gene Hunt, a team of Dallas’s most celebrated OB/GYN physicians with decades of combined experience. Together they have particular expertise in minimally invasive and robotic-assisted surgeries, which have quick recoveries and very minimal downtimes, allowing women to get back to their normal lives as quickly as possible.
Dr. Tajzoy’s practice is a member of Privia Medical Group, a national association of physician-led practices across multiple specialties with the mission of providing better, more coordinated care to patients. Priva Medical Group takes accountability for the health and wellness of the patients it serves, using the most cutting-edge advances in medicine to help patients remain healthy and provide better treatment for disease. With Priva, patients receive only the most collaborative, team-based care from nationally renowned physicians, utilizing the latest techniques and technologies to give patients the best of all personalized care.
Contraception, Well Woman Exams, Adolescent Care & First Pap Smear, Office Hysteroscopy, Cervical Cerclage, Abdominal Cerclage (TAC), Ovarian Cyst Removal, Robot Assisted Myomectomy, TLH, IUD Placement, TVH, LASH, LAVH, Vaginal & Caesarean Deliveries, Low and High Risk Obstetrics, Management of Abnormal Pap Smears