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Meet our OB/GYN providers and find a health partner right for you.

Why Methodist

Methodist is home to the region’s largest practice of board-certified OB/GYNs specially trained to monitor and treat physical and emotional health issues before, during and after pregnancy. Our team of experts – including certified nurse midwives – provides personalized labor and delivery support, postpartum care, and family planning assistance.

Establishing Care

Having a trusted relationship with a provider is essential during a woman’s reproductive years and beyond, even if she chooses not to have children. But managing fertility and pregnancy are often some of the most significant aspects of a woman’s health journey.

Establishing care early in pregnancy is paramount in ensuring the health of you and your growing baby. If you think you may be pregnant, don’t wait to contact your provider’s office.

What To Expect

Depending on your circumstances, you’ll likely see your provider:

  • Every four weeks until 28 weeks gestation
  • Every two weeks from 28-36 weeks
  • Weekly after 36 weeks

Prenatal care can include:

  • Blood and urine testing
  • Careful review of your family and personal history to ensure early identification and treatment of potential complications
  • Glucose screening
  • Prenatal testing
  • Ultrasound

Maternal age, BMI and a variety of other medical conditions can result in a pregnancy requiring a higher level of care. In this case, your provider may refer you to the maternal-fetal medicine specialists at Methodist Hospital Perinatal Center to co-manage your pregnancy.

Meet Our OB/GYN Providers

Childbirth Education Classes

We believe in empowering parents with classes designed to help new moms and dads care for their baby.

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