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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 cervical cancer screenings, 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.
Update: November 16, 2020 To All Christie Clinic Obstetric Patients and Their Families: We continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic locally, regionally and nationally. Cases locally and nationally have been increasing in terms of new cases. Locally, it will be very easy to overwhelm the healthcare system with even a small surge of patients requiring hospitalization. For example, a surge of more than 50 patients requiring ICU services would be enough to overwhelm our local resources. The virus is here indefinitely, and until we have an effective treatment or vaccine, we must remain vigilant to protect each other. This update will summarize our current recommendations regarding COVID-19. There are some changes to this announcement, therefore, please read thoroughly. Our strongest recommendation is to continue to minimize interaction with other people. It is very tempting to see neighbors, visit family, go out to dinner, etc., however, all of these activities increase your risk of exposure. The smaller you can make your circle of connections, the safer you and your baby will be. Each person has their own unique set of circumstances to think about in terms of who you see and where you go. If you must interact with people outside of your immediate family, it is extremely important to wear a mask and maintain social distance. Even if the event is outside, you need to wear a mask if you cannot maintain social distance from other people. If you have questions about this, please talk to your provider at your next visit or send a portal message. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough, body aches, shortness of breath) or have had a close