Lakeview Health System
Questions about your health? We’ve got OB-GYN answers.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

Here for you and ready to help. 

If you need care, don’t delay. We’re open, safe and ready to care for you. During this time, it’s especially important to seek care for symptoms that concern you as well as manage chronic conditions.

Care is available in many ways, including video visits. You can talk with your doctor and receive the same personalized care, expert answers and a treatment plan tailored to you. We’re also offering in-person visits, phone visits and our 24/7 online clinic,

Schedule an appointment online or call your clinic.

We’re also offering convenient COVID-19 drive-up testing at several locations across our care system. Take our online screening to determine if you should be tested. For more information on COVID-19 visit our COVID-19 information page.

From birth control to pregnancy and menopause, we’ve got your back. Choose a doctor who can answer those questions you can’t ask just anyone.

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Questions happen at all ages – whether you’re 20 or 60. Get an OB-GYN or a Family Medicine doctor who specializes in women’s health to help with:

Mom and baby care

From pre-conception care through pregnancy, birth and beyond, your OB-GYN care team is dedicated to partnering with you. Personalized compassionate care is a priority. And no matter where you are in your pregnancy journey, we’re here to guide and support your individual choices. 

OB-GYN care focused on me
Preparing for pregnancy can start well before you know you’re pregnant. Our experienced OB-GYN doctors, nurse practitioners and certified nurse-midwives will be by your side through it all. Find out what you can do now to help you have a healthy nine months. 
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From the first trimester to the day of delivery, you’ll be prepared for every stage of your pregnancy. And, when it’s go time, you’ll know what to expect so you’re ready and confident during labor and delivery. 


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Preventive Care
Preventive care helps to keep you healthy and identify problems early, while they are easier to treat. A typical preventive care exam – often referred to as a physical or well visit – includes:
  • Blood pressure check: every two years if blood pressure is less than 120/80 mm Hg; every year if 12—139/80—89 mm HG
  • Pap test: discuss what’s right for you based on your age and your history
  • Immunizations:
  • Influenza: every year
    • Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis (Td/Tdap): Tdap once, then Td every 10 years
    • Varicella (chickenpox): two doses if you’ve not had it before and are not immune to chickenpox
    • HPV vaccines: talk to your primary care physician if you need to catch up

Now is also a prime time for you to build strong bones by getting enough calcium and vitamin D.

Find a primary care physician
Choosing your primary care physician will help you be your healthiest through all of life’s changes, big or small. He or she will get to now you and your health history and will understand your needs and preferences. Your primary care physician can help you avoid problems later in life with simple screenings and care, and partner with you on wellness and prevention.

Chlamydia shows no symptoms in most women. If left untreated, chlamydia can cause permanent damage to the reproductive system and make it difficult to get pregnant later on. Screening is recommended for women younger than 25 if sexually active or older if at increased risk of infection. Getting screened is simple and confidential. Talk to your doctor to learn more.

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