It is reassuring for a new mom-to-be to have a team of certified nurse-midwives (CNMs) who are experienced and offer all the services you might need.
The clinic provides healthcare services for women at all life stages, specializing in pregnancy, childbirth and gynecology, and reproductive health. So you can visit if you are trying to get pregnant, just found out a baby is on the way or maybe you are near delivery and want a personal, holistic birthing experience. Perhaps you even have the wee baby in your arms and need some post-natal care.
If you live in Raleigh or the greater Triangle area, City of Oaks Midwifery is taking new patients.
The team of three female doctors is supported by UNC Rex Hospital, and by physicians at Capital Area OB/GYN and Raleigh OB, so if they need to refer you for specialized care, they are fully covered.
Dr. Stacie Walker, Dr. Karen Ojeda, and Dr, Cassandra Elder have all dedicated their careers to nursing and midwifery. You can expect a warm welcome at the clinic, open communication, and all options always are fully explained in a caring manner.
The doctors take time to know their patients and family members too.
The care schedule is mapped out from the first appointment, and every detail is covered, including the birthing plan. Aside from potential medical issues and knowing the baby is healthy, for most women (especially first-time moms), the birthing plan is the main focus.
They also make sure a doctor is available 24/7 if you need to reach out.
City of Oaks Midwifery offers very professional and warm services that are exactly what you need when carrying your precious baby and anticipating all that comes with pregnancy, childbirth, and motherhood. It’s nice to know you have a doctor you can trust and ask any questions.
You can continue being a patient at the clinic after your baby is born. After being in the safe hands of the clinic doctors you probably will want to become a permanent patient.
They also handle annual exams, cancer screenings, birth control counseling, sexual health, STD testing, menopause treatment, and other health and wellness issues for women.
There is even a mom’s group that meets every Friday for six weeks at the clinic. This thoughtful gesture initiated by the clinic to help new moms is very popular. It’s a great way to socialize with other parents and also for your babies to make new friends.
Even from the newborn stage, your baby will love to interact with other babies. The six-week meeting starts with sharing your birthing story (always fascinated to hear about) and covers various topics, including growth, love, and nurturing.
It’s lovely to know our community has such a great supportive place for women and families as they dive into the exciting (and sometimes messy) adventure of parenting.
Visit their website here for more information about this clinic.
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