Now…As Healthcare Changes

Navigating Questions and Uncertainty We know that healthcare is changing, and we’re committed to keeping current as it unfolds. We began making many of these changes years ago, such as adding electronic health records. From patient portals and ICD-10 codes, to best practices and patient education, our dedication to providing the best possible care remains…

Next…Your Plan of Care

Making the best decision for you and your body Once a diagnosis is made, it’s up to you and your healthcare provider to decide on an appropriate plan of care. Some of our patients have tried medical management and are seeking surgical intervention. Other patients are eager to discover alternatives to surgery. Either way, our…

Then…A Focus on Healing

Resume your active and healthy lifestyle Whether you’ve just delivered your baby or have recently undergone surgery, your body needs time to recover. Our providers are an active part of that process. We schedule follow-up visits to evaluate your healing, making it possible for you to resume an active and healthy lifestyle. This practice informs…

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First…Skilled Diagnosis

Examination of Symptoms Using Latest Technologies At OB/GYN Specialists of Columbus, our providers believe in the daily integration of their clinical expertise and medicine’s best external evidence to care for each and every patient. This process is made easier by our on-site ultrasound and lab services, as well as partnerships with Maternal Fetal Medicine and the staff at Piedmont Columbus Regional Midtown.

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What You Need to Know About Preeclampsia

Becoming pregnant may be an exciting moment in a woman’s life but it can also bring along various health risks. Preeclampsia is a serious complication of pregnancy that often requires premature delivery to prevent serious life-threatening complications both for the mother and for the baby. Consequently, significant health care costs are associated with preeclampsia.  Here…