Our Services

Emergencies

If an emergency should arise, please call 911. Emergencies are considered to be those conditions that are life-threatening: loss of consciousness, severe bleeding, severe pain, etc. In the case of minor emergencies (mild illness or injury, mild pelvic pain, menstrual issues, etc) please call our office first for instructions. For our pregnant patients, we do have an urgent walk-in clinic on the main floor of the hospital, just across the hall from our main office.

Appointments

To help provide timely service to our patients, we prefer to schedule all visits. If you are later than 20  minutes for your appointment, we will try to work you back into the schedule, or perhaps offer an appointment to you with another provider. Out of courtesy to our other patients, we may be forced to ask you to reschedule your appointment.

Walk-Ins

Patients who walk in with a non-emergency condition will be fit into the existing schedule as best as possible, or they will be asked to return later in the day when the schedule allows.

For our pregnant patients, we do have a walk-in clinic for those women who think they may be beginning labor. Please report to the walk-in clinic on the first floor of the hospital, just across from our main office.

After Hours

The doctors take emergency calls from their homes after hours. Call the main office number, and our answering service will page a doctor to call you back. Please save routine questions (mild illness, appointments, prescription refills) for the morning. We encourage you to refer to our website first, when practical, before calling the office.

Sick Visits

We make every effort to schedule acute appointments on the day that you call us. Please call our office ahead of time so that we can minimize the time you will spend waiting. If you have a medical, gynecological, or obstetric emergency during office hours, we will do our best to see you immediately or refer you to our obstetric walk-in clinic or another appropriate facility.

We want to make sure we provide you and your provider with enough time to answer all of your needs. When you make an appointment, please be sure to mention to our receptionist if you have more than one medical concern.

Well Woman and Prenatal Care

We recommend that you come in for routine well woman and obstetric exams. We recommend yearly well woman exams and typically see patient's for the first prenatal visit in the 7th or 8th week of pregnancy. We offer the following services for the women we care for:
  • Preconception counseling
  • Prenatal care
  • Ultrasound
  • High Risk Pregnancy Care
  • Delivery (Vaginal, Cesarean Section, Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Section
  • Postpartum Care
  • Post partum Depression
  • Teen gynecology services (including HPV vaccine)
  • Contraceptive counseling
  • Menopause counseling and treatment

Insurance

Below is a list of the insurances that we carry. Please have your card with you at the time of your visit. If we file your claim, you are responsible for only the co-pay at the time of visit. If we are not a provider for your insurance, if you are not insured or we do not file with your insurance company, you may be responsible for the entire charge at the time of service.
  • Humana
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