At Obstetrics and Gynecology - Downtown Health Plaza, a service of NC Baptist Hospital,  we have exceptional practitioners and staff who take pride in providing the best preventative and primary care as well as comprehensive care to women of all ages.

With the latest medical technologies at our disposal, you can feel assured that our medical staff is able to assist you on every step of your journey to wellness.

Care and Services

General Obstetrics

We offer all routine aspects of obstetrics care, including pre-conception counseling and postpartum care.

General Gynecology

We focus on providing both preventative and primary gynecological care as well as medical care to women with diseases of the reproductive system. Options offered include testing for sexually transmitted diseases, urinary incontinence diagnosis and management, colposcopy and treatment for abnormal pap smears, contraception, management of uterine bleeding and fibroids, and management of pelvic pain.

Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Our state-of-the-art approach focuses on management of both low and high risk pregnancies and complications of both mothers and their unborn babies.  We also offer genetic counseling and screening for multiple conditions.

Gynecologic Oncology and Urogynecology

We provide comprehensive care to evaluate gynecologic neoplasms and pelvic masses, breast masses and disorders, and disorders of bladder function and pelvic organs.

Reproductive Endocrinology and Fertility

Our advanced reproductive endocrinologists offer consultations and treatment for infertility, recurrent pregnancy loss, uterine abnormalities, and evaluation and treatment of such conditions as endometriosis and menopause.

CenteringPregnancy

CenteringPregnancy is an innovative approach to prenatal care with the potential to improve pregnancy outcomes.

Centering is a group model of care. Women are joined together with other women due around the same time; they receive and participate in assessment, support, and education in one space.

Privacy is respected and sensitive issues are addressed separately.

Women are engaged in a number of topics related to pregnancy such as nutrition and healthy choices in pregnancy, setting personal goals, prenatal tests, common discomforts, breastfeeding, relaxation, labor and birth, newborn care, emotional health, family dynamics, and contraception for postpartum.

Group dates are known in advance, meet as often as prenatal visits, and last about 1 1/2 to 2 hours.

Studies have shown that among women who participate in group regularly, there is a 33 to 41 percent reduction in premature birth as compared to women in traditional care. In addition, women have been shown to be more likely to breastfeed, and have enhanced readiness for mother hood.

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