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Vivian Sung, MD, FACOG

Vivian Sung, MD, FACOG

Vivian Sung, MD, FACOG

Vivian Sung, MD, FACOG

Dr. Vivian Sung is Women & Infants’ principal investigator of the Pelvic Floor Disorders Network, working to develop and perform research studies related to women with pelvic floor disorders.

Phone: (401) 453-7560


Breast Surgeons Certified in Hidden Scar Surgery

Two surgeons with The Breast Health Center at Women & Infants Hospital have been certified in an innovative new technique called Hidden Scar Breast Surgery, the first in Rhode Island and among the first in the entire region to achieve such certification. Four other Care New England breast surgeons affiliated with Women & Infants and Kent hospitals are also working on certification. Details

Research to Analyze Labor Induction Methods

Despite nearly one million births involving labor induction each year in the US, there has been no single regimen for induction that has been accepted as being superior for patient experience, quality outcomes and costs. New research seeks to determine the best methods of labor induction. Details

Research to Evaluate Treatment Strategies for Perinatal Brain Injury

Perinatal brain injury often results in severe developmental disabilities, including neurodevelopmental delay and cerebral palsy. Dr. Barbara Stonestreet has received two grants from the National Institutes of Health to determine the most effective treatment strategies for full-term and premature infants with perinatal brain injury. Details