Due to a significant increase in cases of contagious respiratory disease that may be especially dangerous to immune compromised and pregnant patients,we will be REQUIRING patients to be masked at all times while in the office. Please arrive to your appointment with a mask. Thank you for your cooperation to keep both staff and patients healthy at CWCC.
Considering a transfer of care to our practice.
To be considered as a transfer patient to Comprehensive Women’s Care of Columbus,
our providers need to review your prenatal records to determine if you will be accepted.
YOU MUST HAVE EVIDENCE OF ROUTINE PRENATAL CARE AND
YOUR LAST VISIT MUST BE NO MORE THAN 30 DAYS PRIOR TO SUBMISSION OF RECORDS.
Our practice requires documentation of all your prenatal visits (Prenatal Flowsheet and Lab Flowsheet) plus the following:
Initial OB Labs: Blood Type/Rh Status; Antibody Screen; Complete Blood Count (CBC or Hgb/Hct &Plt)
Syphilis Screen (VDRL/RPR); Hepatitis B screen (HBsAg); HIV
Urine Culture / Urinalysis/ Urine Drug Screen
Last Cervical Cancer Screening (Pap Smear)
Genetic Carrier Screening Report
Screening for Fetal Chromosomal Abnormalities Results
One-hour glucose test (Diabetes Screen) and any follow-up testing if indicated
Group B Strep Culture
Any additional labs or screening that have been done during prenatal care
First trimester ultrasound, Nuchal Translucency Ultrasound, Detailed Obstetric Ultrasound (if greater than 20w), Growth ultrasound (if greater than 28w)
Consultation reports from Maternal Fetal Medicine/High Risk OB Specialist (if under MFM care)
Consultation reports from other medical specialists (if under care of any other specialist)
An appointment cannot be scheduled before we review your records. Our staff will advise you the best way to obtain your records, if you do not have immediate access to them. Records can be faxed to (706) 257-1719.