On May 1, 2022, our office will allow patients to attend visits without wearing a mask.
Our staff will continue to mask at all times when in the presence of patients.
We encourage and support our patients to continue masking if they choose.
Our staff will request that you wear a mask if you are experiencing any COVID symptoms. Thank you for your cooperation to keep everyone safer at CWCC.
More than half of pregnancies each year are unplanned. An unplanned pregnancy may leave you and your baby at risk of serious complications. Planning for a healthy pregnancy starts well in advance of becoming pregnant. Let’s outline some of the important things you should discuss with your doctor when you are in the “preconception” phase of this journey. Begin by establishing care with an appropriate provider, an obstetrician-gynecologist (OB/GYN) or a Certified Nurse Midwi
For some parents, scheduling prenatal care visits can be difficult. Juggling work schedules, childcare support and other obligations of both parents can limit their ability to attend visits regularly. At CWCC, we have committed to provide the best care in a comfortable and friendly setting at the most convenient times possible. 1. CenteringPregnancy, our group prenatal care program, provides up to 20 hours of time with your provider. Each session includes an assessment by
Prenatal care at CWCC is about to change for the better. We are slated to implement the innovative, group prenatal care program in our practice with the first group being held on July 19, 2018. This "founders group" will include soon-to-be mothers with a due date in January, 2019. Once care has been initiated at a traditional appointment with one of our providers, patients are assigned to a group based on their due date. Initial confirmation visits will include labs and u