In case of a life-threatening emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.
If you are pregnant and experience a serious but non-life-threatening situation, such as a sudden illness or injury, please call to discuss your condition with one of our nurses (the numbers are listed below). After hours, call our office and leave a message with the answering service. Our on-call staff physician will return your call promptly.
If you are a gynecological patient experiencing a serious but non-life-threatening situation, such as sudden illness, injury, or complications related to a recent surgery, please call the office for immediate attention (the numbers are listed below). After hours, you may leave a message with the answering service. You will receive a prompt return call from our on-call staff physician.
If you’re expecting a baby, call us at the first signs of labor. During office hours, one of our nurses will give you specific instructions. After hours, leave a message and our on-call staff physician will return your call promptly. Remember, unless you’re in a life-threatening situation, please don’t go to the hospital until the physician returns your call!
If you think you may be pregnant, call the office during regular office hours to make an appointment to confirm pregnancy or to schedule your first OB visit. For questions about your condition, our knowledgeable telephone nurses will be happy to talk with you during regular office hours. If you are experiencing troublesome symptoms such as pelvic pain or bleeding, please call during office hours to speak with a nurse or, after hours, one of our on-call physicians. We know you may need extra help and advice during this time. We are here to help you throughout your pregnancy.