About Dr. Ginger Isom-Batz
Dr. Ginger Isom-Batz was born and raised among a large extended family in a small west Texas town, Idalou, where her family had settled over 100 years prior. After completing high school there, she attended a liberal arts college, Southwestern University, in Georgetown, TX, where she majored in biology and completed all of her premed training. She then attended Texas Tech medical school in Lubbock, TX , where she discovered both the love of her life, Richard Batz, who is a radiologist, and her love of urology. From Lubbock, Ginger moved to Manhattan, NY to complete her urology residency at Lenox Hill Hospital. While there, she did training in all aspects of urology, with rotations at Cornell Medical Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and Westchester Medical Center for more specialized training. She completed multiple research projects and published papers in peer reviewed journals in areas of female urology, BPH, and prostate cancer. She is a board certified in Urology and in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery.
During residency, she discovered that her interests and talents lie in all aspects female urology, so she chose to do a fellowship in Female Urology at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX in order to broaden her knowledge of the field and perfect her skills in treatment of pelvic floor prolapse or laxity and urinary incontinence as well as numerous other areas of female urology. In addition to her formal fellowship training, Dr. Isom-Batz has done additional sub-specialized training in California with Dr. Red Alinsod, a well known leader and pioneer in the specialty of aesthetic vulvovaginal rejuvenation. She is one of very few physicians trained in both female urology and cosmetic gynecology. She attends national meetings yearly to stay abreast of the latest treatment options for her patients.
Dr. Isom-Batz has been practicing at the Dallas Center for Pelvic Medicine for eight years. She prides herself on having an ability to listen to and connect with her patients and understands how important this aspect of medicine is. She has two wonderful sons, Sawyer and Riley, and loves being a mother as well as a physician.
Dallas Center for Pelvic Medicine
10501 North Central Expressway
Suite 200 Dallas, Texas 75231
(located on the 2nd floor of the Chase Bank Building)