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Some people refer to a family practitioner as a “one-stop-shop” for all their medical needs. That’s because, along with providing primary care, a handful of Ogden Clinic physicians also perform prenatal care and deliveries for their patients in Davis County. This means the family physician you know and trust can also serve as your baby’s doctor when you’re ready to raise a family.
Select Ogden Clinic family physicians perform OB/GYN clinic services for healthy, low-risk pregnancies. If your pregnancy is high-risk (birthing multiples, pregnancies occurring after the mother is 35, etc.) you may be referred to an OB/GYN.
Refer to the chart below to see which of our family medicine doctors offer prenatal services:
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The continuity from mother to baby plays a big role in a woman’s decision to have her family doctor deliver her baby. Family physicians at Ogden Clinic combine an obstetric style of maternity care and a view of childbirth as an important family event and a normal life process.
Prior to conception, your family physician can oversee health counseling including smoking cessation, chronic disease management, and diet management before obstetrics begin. Ogden Clinic family practitioners believe that primary healthcare leads seamlessly to maternity care; maternity care leads directly into mother’s postpartum health care, and then into newborn care and pediatrics.
If you want a doctor who is continually invested in your health and the health of your family, a family physician is the clear choice.