Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, our policies and restrictions are being updated frequently.

We are asking all patients to wear a mask to your appointment.  If you do not have a mask, please check the [CDC website] for alternatives.

If you have COVID-19 symptoms or you are concerned that you may have been exposed to COVID-19, call the UNC helpline at      1-888-850-2684 before visiting our office, an urgent care location, hospital, or emergency room.  Please reschedule your appointment if you have COVID-19 symptoms or are concerned that you may have been exposed to COVID-19. This can be done through your patient portal or by calling our office at 919-781-5510.

If you are having difficulty breathing, call 911 or seek immediate treatment.

We are now open for all visits including routine screening exams!  We will continue to offer telemedicine visits as an option to our established patients as well as for prenatal care. 

Please request an appointment through your patient portal.

As a courtesy to our patients and staff in order to reduce the risk of exposure, we have a NO VISITOR policy.
There are 2 exceptions:
1. Each patient may be accompanied by one support person at the first OB visit (usually 8-10 weeks).
2. Each patient may be accompanied by one support person for the anatomy ultrasound (usually 20 weeks).

Visitors will be required to wait outside until the scheduled appointment.  Once the appointment is completed, the visitor will be asked to wait outside until the patient’s visit is complete.

Please visit the CDC and NCDHHS websites for the latest developments.


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