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About Dr. Hanjani

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Positions Held

  • Good Samaritan Medical Center
    • Chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology (8/2006 - 3/2016)
    • Chair, Robotics Committee
  • Good Samaritan Medical Center Medical Staff Committee Member:
    • Medical Executive (prior)
    • Credentials
    • Patient Care Assessment/Quality Assurance
    • Medical Staff Clinical Quality 
    • Perinatal and Pediatric
    • Operating Room
    • Bylaws
  • Steward Health Care Network - Greater Brockton Local Chapter Board Member
  • Steward Good Samaritan Medical Center IPA
    • Board Member
    • Member Medical Management Team

Professional Associations and Licenses

  • Medical License: Massachusetts
  • Fellow, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1996
  • Fellow, American College of Surgeons, 2001
  • Full Registration as a Medical Practitioner, General Medical Council of the United Kingdom (previous)
  • Massachusetts Medical Society
  • New England Obstetrical and Gynecological Society


Medical Education:
University of Aberdeen Medical School, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom. September 1982 - July 1987

Medical School Honors and Awards:

  • Amalgamated Medical Bursary
  • Distinction in Physics/Physiology
  • Merits in Anatomy, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Bacteriology, Pharmacology, Pathology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Psychiatry and General Surgery
  • Chanock Medal and Alexander Smith Cardno Price for first in Anatomy
  • Chest, Heart and Stroke Foundation Award for Overall Performance

Secondary Education:
Morrison's Academy Boarding School, Crieff, Scotland, United Kingdom. Graduated July 1982.

Professional Activities

  • Reviewer/Utilization review for Medicaid, Massachusetts (Permedion) 2018
  • Medico legal Expert:
    • CRICO 2014 – present
    • Coverys 2015 – present
    • A number of Private Medicolegal firms
  • Served on Massachusetts Medical tribunals:
    • Barnstable Superior Court, MA 1995- present
    • Dedham Superior Court, MA 2007 – present
    • Brockton Superior court, MA 2010 - present
  • OBG Management magazine - Virtual Board of Editors – 2010 – present
  • Preceptor – Nursing, Nurse practitioner, Physician Assistant and Medical assistant students – 2000 – present:
    • Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (Clinical Professor in the School of Physician Assistant Studies)
    • Regis College Nurse Practitioner program
    • University of Massachusetts Boston, College of Nursing and Health Science
    • MGH Institute of Health Professions
    • Health Training Center
    • Walden University School of Nursing
    • Chamberlain College of Nursing
  • Family Medicine Residency Obstetric Liaison, Carney Hospital Family Medicine residency program 2014-2016
  • Member, Board of Directors, and Assistant Medical School Director, John Winslow Institute School of Medical Assistants, Randolph, MA – 2005 – 2007
  • Reviewer for Physicians Quality Assurance of Tumor charts and Patient Care Evaluation
  • Studies (American College of Surgeons) - 1990, 1991 and 1992
  • Neonatal Resuscitation Program Provider - 1991
  • Instructor at ‘Laser in Gynecology’ course at Temple University School of Medicine, Department of Continuing Medical Education 1989 - 1991


Numerous talks locally and nationally on a wide range of OBGYN related topics, including:

  • ‘Update on Minimally Invasive Surgery and Robotics’ and ‘Laparoscopic abdominal entry - what is safe?’ International Congress of Gynecology & Obstetrics (with scientific cooperation of FIGO), Tehran, Iran 10.2017
  • ‘Female Genital Cosmetic Surgery – I’m too Beautiful … Everywhere!” IAMA National conference talk, San Diego, CA 5.2017
  • ‘Robotic surgery for benign Gynecology surgery – the surgery of the future – now’ and ‘Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP) Conization – Look before you LEEP!’ 13th International Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology + 2nd International Congress of Minimally Invasive Gyn & Ob, Tehran, Iran 1.2017
  • ‘The Female Viagra – the women awaken!’ IAMA National conference talk, Boston, MA 5.2016
  • ‘How to get big things through small holes – what’s new in minimally invasive surgery controversies’ IAMA National conference talk, Cincinnati, OH 5.2015
  • ‘It Shouldn’t take a Decade to Decide: Accelerating Endometriosis Diagnosis and Treatment’ Multiple hospital talks, Boston, MA 12.2014
  • ‘Robotics – A Decade of Experience, and Update on the Morcellation Controversy’ Hospital Grand Rounds, Boston, MA, 10.2014
  • ‘Robotic surgery – What’s new about Whats new!’ IAMA National conference talk, New York, NY 4.2014
  • ‘Endometriosis and Surgical Treatment’ Multiple hospital talks, Boston, MA 2013
  • ‘Approaches to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Endometriosis’ Multiple hospital talk, Boston, MA 6.2013
  • ‘Everything you always wanted to know about Robotic surgery but were afraid to ask’ IAMA National conference talk, Secaucus, NJ 5.2013
  • ‘Everything you always wanted to know about Modern Management of Menometorrhagia’ Hospital Grand Rounds, Boston, MA 12.2011
  • ‘Everything you always wanted to know about being a doctor…’ High school and city talk, Brockton, MA 3.2011
  • ‘The use of Oral Estrogen Therapy for symptomatic menopausal women’ Multiple hospital talk, Boston, MA 10.2009
  • ‘Building Strategies to reduce the risk of Transmission of Sexually Transmitted Disease’ Health center talk, Brockton, MA 3.2009
  • ‘IUD insertion workshop’ Health center talk, Brockton, MA 2009
  • ‘Considerations in Contraceptive selection’ Multiple hospital talk, Boston, MA 2008
  • ‘Improving Outcomes in the Surgical Treatment and Management of Endometriosis’ Hospital Grand Round, Boston, MA 9.2002

  • Awards and honors

    Rx for Excellence award ‘hero from the field’ presented by Massachusetts Medical Law Report – 9/2010

    Patient’s choice physician award (MDx Medical) – 2009, 2010

    Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare - 1998

    Chosen as APGO/Parke-Davis Scholar by Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics - 1993

    Chosen as Temple University Hospital Department OB/GYN representative to the Obstetrical Society of Philadelphia Residents Bowl 1993

    ‘Ovarian Cancer and Second Look laparotomy in practice’ presented at the Annual Clinical Meeting of District III ACOG, Orlando, Florida - October 1991  -  Selected for submission as the District III nomination for the National ACOG Purdue Frederick Award 1991 - 1992



    Prior Publications, Abstracts and Clinical Projects


    1. Gambone J.C., Mittman B.S., Winkel C.A., et. Al and the Chronic Pelvic Pain/Endometriois Working Group (Member: S.Hanjani) . Consensus statement for the management of Chronic Pelvic Pain and endometriosis: proceedings of an Expert-Panel Consensus Process. Fertility and Sterility 2002; 78:961-72
    2. Gelman B., Setty Y.B.N., Chen D., Amin-Hanjani S., Tyrala E., Stewart M.J. Impaired Mobilization of Intracellular Calcium in Neonatal Platelets. Pediatric Research 1996; 36:692-6
    3. Chatwani A., Mohammed N., S.Amin-Hanjani, Nyirjesy P. Perihepatic Adhesions: Another Look. Infectious Disease in Obstetrics & Gynecology 1995;2:263-6
    4. Amin-Hanjani S., Good J.M. Pyometra Following Endometrial Resection and Ablation. Obstetrics and Gynecology 1995; 85:893-4
    5. A-Hanjani S., Good J.M. Is it a Boy or a Girl? My Most Interesting Case. The Female Patient 1994; 19:51
    6. Chatwani A., Amin-Hanjani S. Incidence of Intrauterine Device Associated Actinomycosis. Journal of Reproductive Medicine 1994; 39:585-587
    7. Amin-Hanjani S., Nyirjesy P. Incarcerated Fibroid Uterus: A Rare Cause of Acute Abdominal Pain in a Non-Pregnant Patient. Journal of Gynecological Surgery 1994; 10:97-98
    8. Chatwani A., Amin-Hanjani S. Management of Intrauterine Device Associated Actinomycosis. Infectious Disease in Obstetrics & Gynecology1993; 1:130-133
    9. Amin-Hanjani S., Kuhn M., Sloane N., Chatwani A. Moyamoya Disease in Pregnancy - A Case Report. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 1993;169:395-396
    10. Chatwani A., Amin-Hanjani S. Perihepatic Adhesions and Pelvic Infection (letter). American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 1993;169
    11. Amin-Hanjani S., Yazigi R., Chatwani A. Laparoscopic Management of Ectopic Pregnancy. Surgical Forum; 78th Clinical Congress (American College of Surgeons) 1992;552-523
    12. Chatwani A., Yazigi R., Amin-Hanjani S. Operative Laparoscopy in the Management of Tubal Ectopic Pregnancy. Journal of Laproendoscopic Surgery 1992;2:319-324
    13. Amin-Hanjani S., Neely T., Chatwani A. Perihepatic Adhesions: Not Necessarily Pathognomonic of Pelvic Infection. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 1992;167:115-116
    14. Amin-Hanjani S., Corcoran J., Chatwani A. Cold therapy in the management of pain in cesarean section patients. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 1992;167:108-109
    15. Amin-Hanjani S., Paulson J.A., Hanjani P. Mesonephric Rest Hyperplasia: A potential diagnostic pitfall. Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine 1991;115:1059-1061
    16. Kaveh M, Tahermanesh K, Hanjani S, Abed SM. B-Lynch plus technique for uterine conservative surgery in an asymmetric atonic uterus. Int J Gynaecol Obstet 2018 Jun 7; 10.1002


    1. Gelman, B., Setty, Y.B.N., Amin-Hanjani, S., Tyrala, E., Stewart, M.J. Impaired Mobilization of Intracellular Calcium in Neonatal Platelets. Presented at The Society of Pediatric Research, Washington, DC - May 1993
    2. Amin-Hanjani, S., Chatwani, A. Laparoscopic Surgery in the Management of Ectopic Pregnancy. Presented at Surgical Forum (American College of Surgeons), New Orleans, LA - October 1992
    3. Hanjani, P., Amin-Hanjani, S., Ovarian Cancer and Second Look laparotomy. Presented at the 7th International Meeting of Gynecological Oncology, Venice, Italy - April 1991
    4. Amin-Hanjani, S., Hanjani, P., Ovarian Cancer and Second Look Laparotomy in Practice. Presented at Annual Clinical Meeting of District III ACOG, Orlando, Florida - October 1991


    1. Study of Lupron Depot vs Placebo in the Preoperative Treatment of Iron Deficiency Anemia Secondary to Leiomyomata Uteri-Induced Excessive Uterine Bleeding (Co-investigator - 1992), Multicenter study
    2. Treatment of Gynecologic/Pelvic Infections with Intravenous Trospectomycin Sulfate with Aztreonam or Clincamycin Phosphate with Aztreonam (Co-investigator - 1992), Multicenter study
    3. Study of the Effect of Ceftizoxime Sodium in the Management of Patients with Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes (Co-investigator - 1991), Multicenter study
    4. Temafloxacin vs Cefoxitin Sodium plus Doxycycline in the Treatment of Acute Gynecologic Infections/ Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (Co-investigator - 1991), Multicenter study
    5. Cefmetazole vs Cefoxitin in the Management of Post-Cesarean Endomyometritis (Co-investigator - 1991), Multicenter study


    Dr. Hanjani was born in Massachusetts, and raised in Iran and Europe, returning to the United States for his specialized medical training. He settled in the south suburbs of Boston after residency training and has remained in this area ever since.

    He is married with 3 sons and a daughter. His wife Mahsa, is an accomplished immigration attorney with offices in Easton, Massachusetts (