Brattleboro Obstetrics and Gynecology


Brattleboro Obstetrics and Gynecology delivers the health care every woman deserves.

We are a group of obstetrician-gynecologists and certified nurse-midwives who practice collaboratively to provide comprehensive care in partnership with our patients. Specializing in women’s health, obstetrics and gynecology, we strive to offer our patients the most professional attention in healthcare.  In addition to advanced infertility treatments, our gynecological services include preventive care for all ages, from adolescence to menopause.

Together with our staff we believe that each woman has a right to health care which supports her rights to make informed decisions and is provided in an atmosphere of mutual respect. We follow the standards of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the American College of Nurse-Midwives.

 

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Collaborative Practice for Women’s Obstetrical and Gynecological Health Care

By Raine Kane, CNM Depending on where we live in the United States, collaborative care between midwives and obstetricians/gynecologist varies considerably. For Brattleboro OB/GYN and Four Seasons Midwifery, a collaborative approach has existed since opening of the practice. In 2001, Lois Trezise, CN...  View Details »

Mental Health in the Postpartum Period

By: Heather Ferreira, CNM Roughly forty percent of pregnant women report being treated for depression during pregnancy or just prior to pregnancy. Postpartum depression is defined as depression that occurs anytime during the first year after childbirth. It occurs in approximately ten to fifteen perc...  View Details »

In Vitro Fertilization: What’s New

By: Judith McBean, MD Infertility affects approximately 1/8 reproductive age couples in the United States, however if they seek help, the chances of success has never been better. As couples enter into this world they are often faced with a daunting collection of procedures and terms that resemble a...  View Details »

Human Papilloma Virus and Pap Smears—The Latest Guidelines

By: James Bunker, MD Human Papilloma Virus has garnered a great deal of attention in the gynecologic literature over the past decade, primarily as it relates to abnormal pap smears. Also referred to as HPV, human papilloma virus is a sexually transmitted virus that is extremely common, especially in...  View Details »

Fibroids: A Common Problem with Multiple Treatment Options

By Ellen Garvey, MD Uterine fibroids are a very common occurrence in women. As many as 80 percent of all women in the United States have them, according to the National Uterine Fibroid Foundation. As such, OB/GYN physicians undergo extensive training on how to diagnose them and how to subsequently m...  View Details »

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