Our board-certified nurse-midwives provide personalized care and expertise in a welcoming environment that fosters safety, mutual understanding and respect. Services include care for women of all ages including pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum and gynecological care.
Our comprehensive birthing care covers both low intervention birth experiences to complex obstetric and operative care.
Our Approach to Care
As of September 1, 2023, our group of Obstetricians and Midwives will be joining together to work collaboratively, providing a comprehensive continuum of care for all our patients throughout their pregnancy. We recognize the value that both options bring to our patients and the positive impact they have on our quality of care and our patients’ experiences. While it may be either a physician or midwife present at the time of delivery, our patients will receive expert guidance and care every step of the way. This change will provide you with the best of both worlds, ensuring that you have the best possible support, resources, and access to care when you need it the most. If you have questions about this change please contact our office at 773-989-6200 or 773-878-7787.
- Specialize in women's health, gynecologic care, normal pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum care.
- Are registered advanced practice nurses with specific training in obstetrics and gynecology, and certified by the American College of Nurse-Midwives.
- Work alongside physicians in a variety of settings, primarily hospitals and clinics.
Services Provided by Certified Nurse Midwives
- Wellness Visits/Pap Smears
- Breast Exams
- Family Planning and Birth Control
- Pre-Pregnancy Counseling
- Pregnancy: Prenatal Through Postpartum
- Lactation Support
- Peri-Menopausal and Menopausal Management
Genetic Testing Available for Patients 18+
Our primary care services have extended to include advanced genetic testing as a part of your care plan. These state-of-the-art screenings allow our primary care providers to use your DNA to detect illnesses and identify risk factors earlier, when they are most treatable.