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.
- Child birth labor and delivery.
- 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.
Whether you plan to have a child, or discover you are pregnant, ACMC's OB/GYNs help you provide the best health opportunity for your baby by offering personalized care and providing support from prenatal care through delivery.
To ensure women experiencing a high-risk pregnancy have easy access to advanced care, Cleveland Clinic Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Mohamad Rajabi, MD, travels to Ashtabula County weekly to see patients and review ultrasound results.
As with almost everything in life, education is important before, during and after pregnancy. ACMC offers a variety of free childbirth education classes, ranging from breastfeeding, child CPR and classes for fathers, grandparents and siblings. ACMC's Maternity Unit, the only unit in Ashtabula County where a woman can deliver a baby, is directed by registered nurses with advanced obstetrical training who have your comfort, health and safety in mind. The unit includes labor, delivery and recovery rooms that offer a home-like environment, a dedicated surgical suite, separate delivery rooms and a nursery for times when mom would like quiet time.