An important part of maintaining your best health is getting regular gynecologic care—from your first gynecologic exam through menopause.
Our physicians provide personal and compassionate care for a range of women's services:
- Annual screenings.
- Breast exams.
- Cancer screenings.
- Family planning including contraceptive advice and management.
- Evaluation and treatment of menopause.
- Evaluation and treatment of menstrual irregularities.
- Pap smears.
- Pelvic exams.
- Evaluation and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases.
- Evaluation and treatment of urological disorders.
- Evaluation and treatment of vaginal infections.
Urogynecology is subspecialty of gynecology that focuses on female urinary incontinence and pelvic prolapse, both of which can occur following childbirth, or as we age.
Office-based Obstetric Services
At ACMC, our OB/GYNs offer personalized care and support for women who are pregnant or who are planning to become pregnant.
Throughout pregnancy, women will have regular checkups with our providers. These prenatal visits help prevent and treat potential health problems that may occur during pregnancy. The goal of prenatal care is to promote a healthy lifestyle that benefits both mom and baby.
Our staff will help expectant moms coordinate their delivery at the hospital of their choice.
After your baby is born, you will be able to see our providers for postnatal visits. These visits focus on the well-being of mom and baby during the first few weeks after delivery, and may include education about what to expect, when to seek care, and referral to local resources. Prenatal and postnatal visits with an ACMC OB/GYN are available Monday-Friday.
To ensure women experiencing a high-risk pregnancy have easy access to advanced care, Cleveland Clinic Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Mohammad Rajabi, MD, travels to Ashtabula County weekly to see patients and review ultrasound results.