Our providers are well-versed in care for women through all life stages. We endeavor to provide the most beneficial and appropriate care available.
Our care is provided by three nurse practitioners, three gynecologists and three obstetrician/gynecologists.
Prenatal health is an essential concern prior to the need for obstetrical services. Our providers endeavor to assist patients in being prepared both physically and emotionally for pregnancy. In this effort, we may encourage a better diet, better control of medical conditions such as diabetes and hypertension. We will encourage evaluation of the need for vaccinations and vitamins prior to pregnancy.
We offer many types of vaccines protecting against human papilloma virus (HPV), flu, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis, measles, mumps and rubella. We also provide vaccine to patients in need of protection from shingles.
Our surgeons are qualified and experienced in providing surgeries for nonmalignant gynecological problems. We strive to provide the least invasive, most convenient surgeries that meet the patients' needs. We are providing many out-patient surgeries that previously required overnight stays. On major cases, we endeavor to provide the most appropriate surgery many of which only require an overnight stay.
Our surgeries include surgeries for incontinence, uterine and vaginal surgeries. When a malignancy is identified, we refer these to gynecological oncology specialists.
We are proud to provide breastfeeding support to our expectant mothers. If you plan to breastfeed or would like more information about breastfeeding, please schedule your appointment with Rosanna Ledbetter, RN, IBLC, RLC between your 30th and 34th week of pregnancy.
If you are breastfeeding presently and need help and support, you may also schedule an appointment with Rosanna. Some phone consultation is available.
Appointments are available Monday-Friday
Call 256-718-5910 to schedule an appointment
Urodynamic testing is a procedure that looks at how well the bladder, sphincters and urethra are storing and releasing urine. Most urodynamic tests focus on the bladder's ability to hold urine and to voluntarily empty steadily and completely. Urodynamic tests can also show whether the bladder is having involuntary contractions that cause urine leakage.
Some symptoms suggesting need for urodynamic testing may include:
Problems starting a urine stream
Problems emptying the bladder completely
Recurrent urinary tract infections
Ultrasounds are performed by using high frequency sound waves which are reflected off organs and are recorded. We offer obstetrical and 4-D as well as gynecological ultrasounds.
We are proud to offer 4-D ultrasound services to our patients. Ultrasound must be paid for prior to service. Please call our office for pricing.
Mammograms are used to diagnose breast problems. Self breast examinations and breast checks from your provider are two of the best ways to detect breast cancer.
The American Congress of Obstetrics & Gynecology recommends screenings start at the age of 40 (unless advised otherwise by your provider). Afterwards, yearly mammograms are recommended.
Do not wear powders, lotions or deodorants when having a mammogram. These products could show a suspicious area when the mammogram is being interpreted. OBGYN provides deodorant to be used after your mammogram.
Our facility offers Bone Density testing in the office. Our providers are knowledgeable in providing treatment for osteoporosis and osteopenia.
As a service to our patients, we offer Reclast infusion treatments as well.
Full time in-house phlebotomists are present in office.
Most laboratory results are available within 24 hours.