Where do I go if I have a medical emergency?

If you’re not pregnant, please proceed to the nearest hospital for medical care. If you are pregnant you should proceed to Piedmont Columbus Regional located at 710 Center Street.

Who do I call if I have a non-urgent question regarding my care/pregnancy?

Contact our office at OBGYN Specialists of Columbus during normal business hours Monday-Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm. Or, send a secure message through our patient portal at any time.

Who will deliver our baby?

Dr. Rees has delievered 99% of babies for the OB patients under care for the last 20 years. There is a very likely chance that she will deliver your baby; this will be discussed during your scheduled appointments at OBGYN Specialists of Columbus.

What is your position on labor induction/C-section?

Every patient’s pregnancy is different and those needs are evaluated on a case by case basis, along with the wishes of the patient. We will discuss particulars and look at your medical history in order to find the best outcome for your situation.

Where does Dr. Rees deliver and why?

Dr. Rees only delivers at Piedmont Columbus Regional. She has partnered with this top-notch care facility for a very important reason: it hosts a Level III NICU. This means they have the capability to provide comprehensive care for infants, ranging from extremely low birth weight to full-term requiring specialized interventions. In the event that your baby would need NICU care, this ensures you would be on-site with your baby, rather than two different medical facilities.