- Obstetrics & Gynecology - Patient Information
Guidelines for Obstetrics Patients
Associated Physicians OB-GYN department is made up of five female obstetrician-gynecologists. We encourage you to express any questions or concerns you may have throughout your pregnancy. Our "Guidelines for Obstetric Patients" provides you with general information about what to expect during your pregnancy.
Counting your baby's movements or doing "kick counts" is a way of monitoring your baby's activity, monitoring how the placenta is supporting the baby, and determining if your baby's activity is normal.
Labor Instruction Sheet
Get guidelines about when to call the clinic for contractions, ruptured membranes, bleeding, fetal movement, and loss of mucous plugs.
Medications During Pregnancy
All medications should be used cautiously and in moderation during pregnancy. We have compiled a list of suggested remedies for common problems during pregnancy that are both safe, and available without a prescription.
Protect Your Baby and Yourself From Listeriosis
Pregnant women are at high risk for getting sick from Listeria. Learn more about safe food handling for a healthy pregnancy.
Patient Registration Form
Complete this patient registration form if you are a new patient, or need to update your demographic or insurance information.
Authorization for Release of Protected Health Information
To request copies of or to transfer your medical records, you must submit a request in writing using the Authorization for Release of Protected Health Information form. Your records will then be copied or transferred to the requested person or facility.
Please note that your request may take 1-2 weeks to process depending upon the amount of information that is requested.