When you're pregnant, turn to Olmsted Medical Center (OMC) for comprehensive obstetric and gynecological (OB/GYN) care.
What’s an Obstetrician?
An obstetrician, also known as an OB or OB/GYN, is a doctor with advanced training to care for women during pregnancy, labor, and delivery.
Before, during, and after pregnancy, count on your OB for:
- Annual gynecologic health screenings
- Comprehensive prenatal care, including a full range of education and support for low- and high-risk pregnancies
- Diabetes support for patients with pregestational and gestational diabetes
- Expert medical care during labor and delivery
- Lactation services, support and education if you choose to breastfeed
Family planning guidance, including reproductive health and birth control counseling
Prevention and treatment of STIs/STDs (sexually transmitted infections or diseases)
Gynecological care and preventive exams such as Pap smears & human papillomavirus (HPV) tests
Surgical or pessary treatment for prolapse, when an organ such as the vagina or uterus moves out of place
Get same-day care to see your OB when you're an established patient.