Our team of medical providers who specialize in obstetrical care include OB/GYN, Family Medicine & OB, Maternal Fetal Medicine, & Nurse-Midwives. This range of specialists gives our patients the option to select a medical provider that best fits their unique needs.
Our medical providers maintain a low c-section rate. This is important because c-sections, have a longer recovery time, are major surgery with potential complications, increase the chance of needing a c-section in a later pregnancy and they cost twice as much as a vaginal delivery.
Gynecologists care for the health needs of women, from adolescence through menopause. Our doctors have expertise ranging from regular preventative care to specialized treatments such as minimally invasive pelvic robotic surgery.
Obstetricians specialize in pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum needs of new mothers. We offer a broad range of services including family planning, high-risk pregnancies, delivery, and post-natal care.
Family Medicine with Obstetrics is a family medicine physician who received additional training in managing pregnancies and delivering babies, in addition to providing primary care for all ages.
A certified nurse midwife (CNM), as an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN), provides primary care, gynecological care, family planning services as well as prenatal, delivery, and postnatal care.
- Inclusive care for LGBTQ persons
- Birth control and sexual health
- Preconception counseling & genetics
- Fertility Services
- Prenatal and birth care
- High-risk pregnancy care
- Substance use & pregnancy
- Maternal mental health
- Childbirth Education
We've curated educational videos for each trimester of your pregnancy, labor & delivery and postpartum education. Please note, the postpartum education is required prior to discharge so we encourage you to watch these videos prior to your arrival if possible.
Postpartum Education (Required)
CPG Family Medicine and Obstetrics is a department of Community Medical Center. When you see a physician or receive services in a provider-based clinic, you are technically being treated in an outpatient department of the hospital rather than the physician’s office. Please refer to “Understanding your Healthcare Costs” to learn how your bill may be affected when seen by a provider in a provider-based clinic.
Understanding Your Healthcare Costs
Provider-Based Clinics - You may see a charge on your bill for the equipment, supplies, and services provided in one of our provider-based clinics.