Obstetric Services

Providing compassionate care throughout your pregnancy & delivery


Pregnancy & Childbirth

Welcome to the amazing experience of pregnancy and childbirth. What a pivotal milestone in your family’s life!

The providers at Women’s Health Care are dedicated to providing women with personalized and compassionate prenatal care. We want you to feel prepared and comfortable in your pregnancy whether it is your first baby or your fifth. Your health and your baby’s safety are our primary concerns.

We value your time which is why we offer on-site ultrasound, multiple office locations and 24/7 call coverage. Our main office is steps away from Labor and Delivery and the Level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Waukesha Memorial Hospital.

Prental Care Guide

Are you looking for a comprehensive guide to plan your pregnancy? We’ve got you covered! The providers at Women’s Health Care want to make your planning and prenatal care as easy and stress-free as possible so we’ve put together an essential guide to provide you with the resources you need. This guide provides helpful information so you know what to expect during your pregnancy and answers some of the most common questions about prenatal care, pregnancy and delivery.


Personalized Care

 Every pregnancy is different, so why get treated like your pregnancy is the same as everyone else’s? The obstetricians at Women’s Health Care believe in personalized care for every patient to ensure you get the very best treatment during your pregnancy.

Our all-female providers will address each issue based on your personal and medical history. We care for women with routine as well as high-risk pregnancies. We manage pregnancies complicated by breech position, multiple gestation (twins/triplets), gestational hypertension and pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes and pregnancies achieved through infertility treatments.

We are pleased you chose us to participate in the care of your pregnancy and delivery. It is important to us that every step be taken to build a trusting relationship throughout your pregnancy journey and deliver a healthy baby. Please do not hesitate to ask our providers if you have any questions regarding your prenatal care.

Routine Pregnancies

Multiple Gestation

High-Risk Pregnancies


Prenatal Appointments

Your first appointment will be a prenatal phone interview with one of our nurses. Your first office visit with your provider is scheduled between 8-10 weeks and lasts about 30 minutes. This will include an ultrasound, labs and an overview of our practice as well as a thorough discussion of current guidelines and recommendations in pregnancy. Routine prenatal visits will be made monthly until you reach 28 weeks gestation. You will then be seen every 2 weeks through 36 weeks gestation. After that, you will have weekly visits until you deliver to ensure the health of you and your baby. These routine prenatal visits are about 10-15 minutes long.

If unexpected problems occur during your pregnancy, you may be asked to come in for additional office visits. If you are ill or have a particular problem, you may be seen by a PA or your MD, when needed. If you are considered to be a high risk pregnancy (over age 35, high blood pressure, gestational diabetes to name a few), your doctor may add visits, labs or ultrasounds to your care plan. We also co-manage high risk pregnancies with the maternal-fetal medicine specialists at ProHealth Care’s Women’s Center.

We always welcome your significant other and family to participate in the prenatal care, the delivery experience and to join you in your office visits.


ProHealth Care offers prenatal education anywhere anytime through YoMingo, an online resource designed to give you convenient access to valuable information. It includes the tools and support you need at every stage of your pregnancy and beyond. This includes evidence-based information on prenatal care, labor & birth, postpartum, breastfeeding, and newborn care. It also provides information specific to your arrival and stay at your birthing location as well as available classes and support groups. Several tools are available through YoMingo including a kick counter, contraction timer, personal journal, feeding log, and more!
Please ensure they accept your insurance and are taking new patients.

The information in YoMingo® is not intended to take the place of a health care provider or any information that your health care provider has discussed with you about your own personal health. Always call your health care provider with any questions you may have. By creating an account in YoMingo you have verified that you have read and agree to the disclaimer.


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