Meet the Team
“We value a friendly, ethical, compassionate, inclusive work environment that respects all individuals. We are an accredited office-based surgery practice committed to excellence and continued quality improvement.”
Julie A. Madejski, MD, FACOG
Board Certified Gynecologist/Gyn Surgeon
Dr. Julie Madejski is a summa cum laude graduate of the Honors Program at the State University of New York at Buffalo (1989). She received her medical degree from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine (1993) and completed her internship and residency training at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester (1993-1997). She was accepted as a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (board certified in her field) in 2000. Dr. Madejski is on the medical staff of Eastern Niagara Hospital. She is an Instructor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Her interests outside of medicine include travel, exploring outdoors with hiking and kayaking, music (piano, guitar, voice), and the Ancient/Sacred Philosophy.
Rachelle Fleming, NP
Rachelle Fleming is our newest provider, having joined our team in August of 2020. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Daemen College, summa cum laude and then went on to earn her Master of Science degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner at D’Youville College in 2017. After becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner, she worked in Pediatrics for a year. There she developed her love of adolescent medicine. She then worked as a Clinical Nurse Specialist on Labor and Delivery at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center where she focused on research and education. She is passionate about quality improvement and patient centered care. She enjoys educating our patients about their gynecologic health.
She is a native of Buffalo. She resides in North Tonawanda with her husband Adam, daughter Sophia, son Carter and dog Charlie.
Martha P. Putnam, WHNP
Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
Martha Putnam received her Master of Science degree in Women’s Health Care from the University of Rochester. She has worked as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner since 1995. She has enjoyed returning to her roots in Lockport. Martha’s special interest is cancer detection and prevention. She started Niagara County’s first High Risk Cancer Program at Artemis Menstrual Health and Gynecology. Modeled after Roswell Park Cancer Institute and other regional cancer centers, our program involves screening every patient for a significant family history of cancer. Those who meet the national guidelines are offered genetic testing. Even if an individual is not a candidate for gene testing, there are other preventative measures we can offer. There are computer models that predict one’s lifetime risk of breast cancer. Based on that data, we offer closer surveillance (for example breast MRIs or more frequent clinical exams) and in some cases preventative medications. Lifestyle improvements and a positive attitude are also keys to cancer prevention. Martha’s other area of interest is adolescent health.
Maureen A. D’Angelo, FNP
Board Certified Family Practice Nurse Practitioner
Maureen D’Angelo earned Master of Science degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 1997 from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Prior to that, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Daemen College, summa cum laude. She has been a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner since 1998. As a nurse, she worked in the emergency department, the medical/surgical floor, and on the oncology unit of Kaleida Health Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital. Once she earned her degree as a nurse practitioner, she worked in primary care for Highgate Medical Group for eight years. She left there in 2006 to work for Dr. James Pilc, an obstetrician/gynecologist. When Dr. Pilc retired from Western medicine in 2012, he recommended Dr. Madejski to his patients as his successor. We welcomed Maureen D’Angelo to Artemis Menstrual Health and Gynecology to provide continuity of care for Dr. Pilc’s patients. Her experience in both Gynecology and Primary Care has been an invaluable asset to our office.
Board Certified Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, Registered Nurse, Infection Preventionist
Gaye Drock joined the Artemis Center in early 2018. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Rochester in 2009 and a Bachelor of Science Degree as a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2001. She worked in the radiology and cardiac departments at Medina Memorial Hospital for almost fifteen years. “My goal at Artemis is to make the patient feel at ease while she is having her ultrasound. I want her to have the best experience possible and walk away feeling heard and that she was a priority”. She has more recently taken on the role of our Infection Preventionist, assuring compliance with all safety guidelines that are required for Accreditation for Office Based Surgery (OBS).
Our Mission & Vision
Our mission at Artemis Menstrual Health and Gynaecology is to provide safe, effective, efficient, and pain-free solutions to menstrual disorders. We value a friendly, ethical, compassionate, inclusive work environment that respects all individuals. We are an accredited office-based surgery practice committed to excellence and continued quality improvement.
Safe, effective, efficient, and pain-free solutions.
Friendly, ethical, compassionate, inclusive work environment that respects all individuals.
The name Artemis illustrates our mission. Artemis is the ancient Greek goddess of the moon and the hunt. While the moon in a metaphor for the menstrual cycle, the archer reminds us of the importance of focus (attention) and aim (intention) when it comes to our health. She represents feminine strength, confidence, and independence. She placed great value on her freedom – freedom to ask questions, seek solutions, and confidently pursue her own path to complete wellness.