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Dr. John M. Garofalo
30 Stevens Street, Suite A
Norwalk, CT 06850
203.803.1098
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Certified da Vinci Surgeon

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DR. JOHN M. GAROFALO, M.D.

Dr. Garofalo provides comprehensive women’s healthcare services for all age groups in a personal, caring manner. Patient care is individualized based on the needs and preferences of each patient. With more than 20 years of practice and surgical experience, Dr. Garofalo continues to deliver on his founding promise: to provide the most advanced state-of-the-art technology and medical care with sensitivity and compassion.

Dr. Garofalo relies on “evidence-based” medicine as a guiding practice philosophy, and he has a long history of early adoption of new but proven technologies. He was the first gynecologist in Fairfield County to provide first trimester genetic diagnosis, hysteroscopic surgery and advanced laparoscopic surgery. Dr. Garofalo is also the first gynecologist in lower Fairfield County to be certified on the da Vinci® Surgical System – one of the most effective, least invasive treatment options for a range of uterine conditions.

Because of the value he places on educating and informing his patients, Dr. Garofalo has created this site filled with valuable information and resources. He welcomes you to explore the areas of relevance and interest to you, and invites you to to schedule an appointment should you need a personal consultation.

Dr. Garofalo's office is located in Norwalk, Connecticut in Norwalk Hospital's Medical Offices. He sees patients throughout Fairfield County, Connecticut including Westport, Norwalk, Bridgeport, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Fairfield, Ridgefield, Danbury, Easton, Redding, and Rowayton.

Recent Blog Posts

7.22.14

Your daughter’s all-important first visit to our office

“When should my daughter first see a gynecologist?” is a question our patients often ask .Read More >

6.13.14

Child’s obesity linked to how much – or how little – mom gained during pregnancy

If you gain too much or too little weight while pregnant, a new study has found that your child has a greater risk of being overweight or obese.Read More >