Are you either planning to have a baby or are currently pregnant? In order to best plan for the arrival of a child, it is of the upmost importance that women who are pregnant or planning to get pregnant educate themselves about obstetrics, the variety of obstetrics services available for them, as well as how and when to get obstetrical services. The more you know, the better equipped you are to make decisions about what is best for you and your unborn child.


What are Obstetrics?


Obstetrics can be defined as a branch of medicine that is concerned with any and all medical care and treatments for women and her child or children during her pregnancy (prenatal period), childbirth, and after the birth of her child (the postnatal period).  The medical professional that specializes in obstetrics is known as the obstetrician.


The Importance of Obstetrical Services


The goal of obstetrics is to ensure the delivery of a healthy baby while keeping the health of the mother intact.


Obstetrical Services at Complete Healthcare for Women


At Complete Healthcare for Women, we proudly offer comprehensive, board-certified obstetric services for you and your unborn child. You will receive personalized physician care throughout your pregnancy, even during delivery and any subsequent follow-up visits.


We have same-day appointments available to ease any concerns that may arise along the way.


Our institution takes great pride in providing obstetrical care with emphasis to any and all special needs of high-risk pregnancies.  In collaboration with high-risk, maternal-fetal medicine specialists at Mount Carmel and The Ohio State University, we are able to provide you with the reassurance of having obstetric specialists on your team while maintaining the personalized care you deserve.


We offer the following Obstetrical Services at Complete Healthcare for Women:

  • Reproductive Evaluation and Family Planning
  • Prenatal Counseling
  • Routine Obstetrical Care, including Ultrasound, performed by our physicians
  • On-Site Amniocentesis Testing (when necessary)


Vaginal birth after cesarean section, for selected candidates



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