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Fax Number: 718-278-0122

Medical Care for Women will remain open, and we are here to serve our patients. We welcome all new and current patients, offering complete gynecological and obstetrical care. We will also offer COVID 19 testing.

We have a state of the art facility that is in compliance with the CDC requirements, and a generous waiting room so there will be no patient to patient contact. We are taking all precautions by disinfecting all the rooms and equipment after each and every patient to put your health first.

At Medical Care for Women in Astoria, New York and Jamaica, New York, Andrea Olanescu, MD, serves each of her patients with quality, compassionate care. She founded Medical Care for Women because she knows that each woman is unique — as is her life. At her practice, Dr. Olanescu tailors her approach and her medical services to each woman’s specific needs.

After earning her MD at Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest, Romania, Dr. Olanescu broadened her expertise through an internal medicine residency at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City and an OB/GYN residency at Jersey City Medical Center in Jersey City, New Jersey. Today, she is a fellow of the American Board of Internal Medicine and of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

Dr. Olanescu is deeply committed to serving the multicultural and multiethnic community of Queens, New York. She is a board-certified OB/GYN with physician affiliations at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens Hospital, Long Island Jewish Forest Hills Hospital, and Flushing Hospital.

She knows that the diversity of the Queens community can bring a variety of medical needs and challenges, as well as a range of lifestyle goals. She’s dedicated to serving each patient at Medical Care for Women based on her specific needs and wants.


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Words from our patients

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    "Thanks doctor Andrea Olanescu for your hard work. You are the best. Dr Andrea is not my doctor but the day of my child birth she was there for me and she did great."

    Self -Verified Patient
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    "She’s a great obstetrician. She cares about her patients, most importantly she loves babies. She was there to deliver our daughter with care and efficiency."

    Kevin R.
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    "Generous doctors. Fast service. Clean place. The doctor is gentle as I come here frequently for check ups. Good experiences 1 on 1."

    Elizabeth E.
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    "This doctor and her staff is amazing especially Liana she's my favorite, she always takes care of me when I go in for my appointment. I would recommend to anyone."

    Self -Verified Patient
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    "Best Dr. in town... The most wonderful and doctor I have ever been to. Also the staff is amazing. The doc cares for her patients a lot and takes very good care."

    Self -Verified Patient
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    "I love this office. Dr. Olanescu is so kind and her practice is wonderful. She takes her time with each patient and never turns anyone away."

    Catlin B.
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    "If I could have the possibility to give her 10 stars I would definitely. The office is very nice and clean. The doc was by my side when I gave birth to my daughter."

    Adela C.
Jamaica, NY office coming soon! Opens Jan 15, 2022