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.
Once you are in to your third trimester of pregnancy, it is important to start thinking about a pediatrician to care for your baby.
Please ensure they accept your insurance and are taking new patients.