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The medical staff in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology provides care and advice for women from puberty through adulthood. In addition to providing physical examinations, breast examinations, and pap smears, our specialists help patients with family planning decisions and birth options and care for them during pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause. Our registered nurses and experienced childbirth educators offer childbirth and breastfeeding classes to help prepare our soon-to-be mothers.


Information about Coronavirus (Covid-19), including obstetric recommendations

Update: May 20th, 2020 To All Christie Clinic Obstetric Patients and Their Families: The health and safety of you and your baby are the highest priority for our team.  The pandemic of COVID-19 is changing quickly around the world and locally.  There are currently positive cases in Champaign County and the larger region in central Illinois. We continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic locally and regionally, as we have days with double digit increases in number of new local cases.  Some communities across the country are considering lifting restrictions.  Lifting restrictions does not mean that it is safe to return to our routines that we had pre-COVID-19.  The virus is here indefinitely, and until we have an effective treatment or vaccine we must remain vigilant to protect each other. We would like to limit the potential of exposure while you are receiving prenatal care.  With this in mind, we would like you to be aware of the following: 1. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough, body aches, shortness of breath) or have had a close contact test positive for COVID-19, please call the office. Christie Clinic has a streamlined process for evaluation and testing to maximize your safety and minimize exposure to other patients. 2. Please call the office before you present to Labor and Delivery or the Emergency Room. These are high risk exposure areas. If you have an emergent problem, then we will discuss the safest way for you to be evaluated at the hospital.  We will call ahead to the hospital to let them know you are on your way and what your needs are.  If you have a non-emergent

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