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We’re moving! We are so excited to announce Partners Ob-Gyn will be moving to a new medical facility opening Fall 2017. We are moving just down the street across from St John’s hospital in the new Hazelwood Medical Center building.

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You asked, we listened! As of May 8, 2017, Partners Ob-Gyn will now be delivering patients at Woodwinds Hospital in Woodbury. Call us to schedule an appointment with your doctor to discuss your delivery options. In June we will be

Partners Ob-Gyn physicians have spent almost 1200 hours in 2015 mentoring and training new physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. Partners strongly believes in continuing this commitment to mentor and train students, as this time is a vital component to

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After 33 years of dedicating her career to the care of women, Dr. Ingrid Wilbrand-Conley will be retiring.  This announcement comes with mixed emotions, as retirement is a joyous occasion, but Partners Ob-Gyn and her patients will miss her greatly.

Current methods of fetal diagnostic testing involve obtaining samples of amniotic fluid (amniocentesis), placenta (chorionic villus sampling) or fetal blood or tissues. However, fetal blood or tissue is rarely used as it puts the fetus at risk of injury. Due

A good contraceptive choice for sexually active women in their reproductive years is a long acting reversible contraceptive. Traditionally, women have used birth control pills, patches, vaginal rings or monthly injections of the progesterone hormone Depo-Provera. Long acting birth control

Breast Cancer in some way touches the lives of most women in some way or another- whether it be a friend, relative or neighbor. It is the most common cancer in women in the United States, other than skin cancer.

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Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a common problem for women. Almost half of all women who have had babies will have some POP but not all have symptoms. About one third of ALL women will have some symptoms of POP.