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COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus)

The well-being and safety of our patients is our highest priority. In keeping with CDC guidelines, if you are experiencing a fever, cough, or respiratory symptoms, please call our office before coming in to the clinic. We are requiring all patients wear a mask or face covering to their scheduled appointment(s). If your appointment allows for a support person, they will also be required to wear a mask or face covering.

To limit the overall exposure, patients should attend their scheduled appointment alone. Exceptions include important ultrasounds and complex visits for counseling. Please contact our office if you have questions about bringing your support person. We realize how important your support person is during these times but want to do our best to maintain social distancing recommendations. Children will not be allowed within the facility at this time.

As social distancing restrictions ease we will be able to schedule important healthcare visits, procedures, and surgeries. Please feel free to call our office staff to discuss your individual healthcare needs.

We also offer Telemedicine. Click here for more information.

COVID-19 Pregnancy birth and caring for your baby | Letter to CBC patients

For the most current advisories about COVID-19 (Novel Coronoavirus) please visit:

Washington State Department of Health | Centers for Disease Control | World Health Organization

PROUDLY SERVING THE WOMEN OF WHATCOM COUNTY

BELLINGHAM OB/GYN is a private practice designed to provide exemplary obstetrical and gynecologic care. Our goal is to give patient-centered, personalized, attentive, and up-to-date care.

COMPLETE OBGYN CARE

Finding the right OBGYN is personal. At Bellingham OB/GYN, we make the process easy for you. We have six different providers working cooperatively to improve women’s health in our community. We are an independent specialty practice. We do not charge any facility fees, and we have bilingual employees.

OUR BELIEFS

  • Whole-body OBGYN care

  • Preventative health care

  • Optimizing health through diet

  • Consistent exercise

  • Women’s health education

  • Hormone modulation
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