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In an effort to keep our patients informed, please take a moment to read about the recent listeria risks in the United States. 

 

Listeriosis is a foodborne illness produced by the bacteria-listeria.  It is important to know the effects that listeria can have on pregnant women- as they are at a higher risk of contracting the bacteria. 

 

If a pregnant woman believes she has come into contact with listeria, it is important to seek medical attention, as the bacteria has the capability to harm the baby.  There are a number of foods that should be avoided...

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Friends of Columbus OB/GYN:

 

The Mt Carmel West office is moving up!  Upstairs, that is!  The new office is located directly to the right of the elevators on the second floor... of the exact same building we're in now!

 

Stay tuned for more information on when the move will take place. 

After ringing in a new year, and welcoming 2015 with open arms, is it possible that you've too quickly forgotten what 2014 gave you?  We asked our employees to give us some of their accomplishments from the past year- big and small, there were plenty of great things worthy of recalling.  Enjoy this list of some of the great things COG accomplished in 2014, and here's to 2015- a blank book ready to be filled with more exciting memories!

 

  1. “My husband and I successfully tore up our old, worn hardwood floors in the kitchen and replaced it with ceramic tiles...all by...
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Columbus OB-GYN would like to wish you and your family a warm holiday season, and happy new year.  We are so happy to have been able to serve you all for another year.  Below, you will find our slightly altered hours for the next two weeks.  Enjoy this time with your families, as we will be doing the same.

 

December 24th- 8:30a.m.-12:00p.m.

December 25th- CLOSED

December 26th- CLOSED

December 31st- 8:30a.m.-12:00p.m.

January 1st- CLOSED

 

In the event of an emergency, please call 911, or go directly to the hospital.  We look forward...

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Columbus OB-GYN would like to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving- from our family to yours.  In celebration of the holiday, our offices will be closed Thursday, November 27th, and Friday, November 28th.  We will resume normal office hours on Monday, December 1st.

Enjoy this time with family, friends, and loved ones.  We look forward to caring for you soon.

Or is it already here?  Sure, a heavy snowfall in the third week of November is not something most of us prepare for- or even want to think about for that matter!  However, we want you to rest assured that Columbus OB-GYN is prepared for the coming season of inopportune weather.

If for some reason the weather decides to take an inconvenient turn for the worst on the day of your scheduled appointment, and Columbus OB-GYN unfortunately has to close its offices, we have a plan in place.  If you have an appointment scheduled and we close the office, you will receive a phone call in the...

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Columbus OB-GYN wants to thank these two wonderful women for all they do for our practice.  The show would simply not go on without them.  Susie and Sam work hard everyday to help ensure patient-centered care for all of our patients.  We are beyond grateful to have them on our team.

 

You can always schedule with Susie, or Sam.  Susie...

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When you become pregnant, your doctor may recommend or offer the Tdap vaccination.  The vaccine’s purpose is to prevent tetanus (lock jaw), diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough) – all diseases caused by bacteria.  Although you will reap all the benefits of the vaccine, the most important for you as an expecting mother is the prevention of pertussis.  Pertussis causes severe coughing spells that have the potential to result in difficulty breathing, disturbed sleep, and vomiting.  Dangerous cases can even cause weight loss, fractures of the ribs, and hospitalization due to pneumonia...

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View our video featuring some of Columbus OB-GYN's finest- doctors, employees, and survivors!

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Cancer can sound so limiting.  We allow cancer to control lives, change attitudes, steal happiness, and keep us from laughing.  Whether cancer has touched you personally, or a loved one, chances are, we have all experienced the effects cancer can have on the people that mean the most to us.  Something we often forget, is that the people who have the most control over our lives- are ourselves.  We have the power to influence our own attitude however we wish to do so, and cancer should be no exception.

 

As a provider in women’s healthcare, we are strong advocates of leading...

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