At our Provo OBGYN and Women’s Center, our obstetrician/gynecologists, nurse practitioners, and certified nurse-midwives provide exceptional care for women of all ages and throughout all stages of life. Our physicians and providers have been serving women in Utah County for more than 20 years, specializing in OBGYN services, primary care, well-woman exams, prenatal care, pregnancy care, and more. We accept most insurance plans and also proudly accept Medicaid and Medicare. We also provide care for patients who don’t speak English, with providers and staff bilingual in Spanish and Japanese. Our providers and staff truly revere your health above all else, and want to help you live better! We received 1st Place for The Best Obstetrics Center in Utah Valley 2021. Call our Pregnancy Hotline for FAQs
at (801) 822-2229.
Phone: (801) 812-5079
Fax: (801) 756-7589
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Regular check-ups during pregnancy to ensure the health of the mother and child, and promote healthy lifestyles.
Our providers help patients through labor and delivery, including cesarean sections, high risk patients and epidurals.
Care for the six-week period following childbirth to help the body heal and adjust, and ensure the health of the baby.
An exam for women to examine elements of their reproductive health including breast exams, pelvic exams, Pap smears, etc.
Surgery of the female reproductive system including procedures to treat cancer, infertility and incontinence.
Management of a woman’s unique menopause experience involving hormone replacement therapy, medications or other treatment.
Routine cancer screenings including breast screenings and Pap smears to detect cancer early when it’s easiest to treat.
Primary Care Examinations
Routine physical examinations in order for your doctor to assess your health and prevent future complications.
Treatment of the inability to conceive children, including fertility medication, surgery and other therapies.
Vaginal bleeding after a woman has gone through menopause. Postmenopausal bleeding can indicate serious medical problems.
Surgical sterilization procedures are a safe, highly effective, permanent and convenient form of contraception.
A surgical procedure that destroys the uterine lining, used to treat abnormal uterine bleeding or reduce menstrual flow.
A pregnancy is categorized as high risk if a woman or her baby is at an increased risk of health problems or death.
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