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Obstetrics & Gynecology

As a woman, you have unique healthcare needs requiring specialized care throughout various life stages and milestones. At Ogden Clinic, our goal is to meet those needs through a full range of OB/GYN services. Our highly specialized team provides preventative care through annual gynecological check ups as well as prenatal care, menopause care, and addressing any reproductive health needs.

Expecting a baby? Register for our next Expectant Parents Class with an Ogden Clinic Pediatrician. The class is FREE and includes resources for new parents.


We assist moms-to-be with the following OB services:

  • Prenatal classes with a pediatrician
  • Vaginal Birth after Cesarean Section (VBAC)
  • Natural childbirth
  • Twins and multiples
  • Cesarean delivery
  • Prenatal testing (for birth defects and chromosomal abnormalities)
  • 3D live ultrasound

Whether this is your first pregnancy or your fourth, our Ogden obstetrics specialists are more than ready to educate, guide, and support you every step of the way.

Ogden Clinic’s obstetrics specialists are well equipped to care for both uncomplicated and high-risk pregnancies, working closely with maternal fetal medicine specialists to help manage complex pregnancies. Our obstetricians are an incredible resource during every stage of pregnancy, from check-ups to ultrasounds to labor counseling.

Our Laborist program is one more way we’re giving expectant families peace of mind – 24/7. In the rare event that your OB/GYN cannot deliver your baby (or if you have a medical emergency during pregnancy) we’ve got you covered with around-the-clock physician coverage in every hospital we serve. Learn more here.

Prenatal Care FAQS

What can I expect during my prenatal checkups?

Prenatal care begins around eight weeks into pregnancy. At the first prenatal visit, your Ogden Clinic obstetric specialist will review your history, answer your pressing questions, and discuss expectations for your prenatal care. Your first and second trimesters usually consist of monthly visits. Visits in your third trimester will become more frequent and additional visits may be necessary to address problems or complications that may arise.

Ultrasound services also take place in our office. The studies are read by a trained obstetric physician who is certified to read ultrasounds.

What if my doctor is unavailable when I’m ready to deliver?

Our patients are ensured access to Obstetric physician coverage 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our laborists are physically located at the hospital, certified and experienced. Ogden Clinic’s Women’s Center Providers work with exceptional nurses, high-risk specialists, and maternity teams to provide the innovative obstetric care you have come to expect from us.


Our gynecologists address female health concerns related to menstruation, fertility, hormone disorders, and sexually transmitted infections (STD/STIs). We conduct screenings like pap smears, HPV testing, STI testing, breast and cervical cancer screenings, family planning, and infertility assessments. Ogden Clinic’s OB/GYNs also perform minimally invasive surgeries for certain health conditions.

Some common health issues managed by a gynecologist:

  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Pelvic pain
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Endometriosis
  • Hormonal disorders
  • Infertility
  • Bacterial and viral sexually transmitted infections (STIs, also called STDs)

Other Gynecology Services

We can help with:

Women’s Imaging & Tests

Screenings are an essential part of Women’s Health. Ogden Clinic offers many types of imaging services to diagnose conditions and screen for potential problems. When you receive regular screenings, you are taking an active role in your own health.

Mammograms are included among the many imaging services that Ogden Clinic offers. These preventative screenings should be performed starting at age 50 for most women and are covered by most insurance plans. This specialized imaging system can detect potential problems in the breast tissue such as abnormal density, calcification, or mass that could indicate the presence of breast cancer.

Explore all of Ogden Clinic’s preventative screening and imaging services:

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