Neha B. Shah is a board certified Physician Assistant. She has been practicing in the field of OB/GYN for over a decade now. Neha enjoys seeing patients annually at their well women visits and enjoys catching up on how they are doing. She is there for her patients in between their annual visits whenever a gynecological problem may arise. She enjoys educating her patients so they leave the visit understanding their condition and are better informed of their health. Neha enjoys taking care of women during their pregnancy and adores seeing them with their newborn at their postpartum visit. She understands pregnancy can be a time of excitement and also stress and tries to counsel her patients so that they understand what to expect at each visit. She prides herself on having good listening skills, and on being sensitive to patients' needs and circumstances. She understands pelvic exams are not fun and tries to be as compassionate as she can in order to make the patient feel relaxed and as comfortable as possible. In her spare time, Neha enjoys reading, dancing, singing, listening to music, and watching TV/movies.
AMITA Health is committed to advancing medicine through clinical research. Clinical research trials are a way to test the safety and effectiveness of new ideas and procedures in an ethical, controlled environment. Many of the current medical treatments available today were developed in a clinical research trial.
AMITA Health offers a full range of services for you and your family. From acute care and obstetrics to cardiac and emergency care, we're committed to providing quality care that is open, inclusive and compassionate, delivered with dignity and empathy for all.
AMITA Health is a faith based health system created by Adventist Midwest Health and Alexian Brothers Health System. AMITA Health is focused on delivering the most efficient, highest-quality, faith-based care possible. We are a new health system that integrates our founding organizations' nine hospitals and an extensive physician provider network of more than 3,000 physicians.