Pregnancy Care is Family Care
It’s most important for you – and your family – to be at your best health when a new family member is on the way. Family Medicine doctors at North Memorial Health specialize in caring for humans at all ages – from newborns and adolescents to adults and seniors.
Choose a Family Medicine Doctor for Your Pregnancy Care
Whether you’re in the family planning stage or currently pregnant, your Family Medicine doctor understands your complete health, which is even more important if you’re experiencing common co-existing conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure or obesity.
Research shows that a good family medicine doctor keeps individuals and their families healthier overall, including during pregnancy. What’s more: Family Medicine doctors that offer Obstetric care have extensive experience with common co-existing conditions that have the potential to complicate pregnancies, like diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity.
Locations and Providers
Specialized Care, Conveniently Located
While our Family Medicine doctors collaborate with specialists (including OB/GYNs) to provide the best care possible, they’re here to uniquely care for and understand all the health needs of moms-to-be and their families.
These doctors work closely with the expert teams at each of our Family Birth Centers, from specially trained registered nurses and OB hospitalists to board-certified perinatologists and neonatologists.
In addition to providing outstanding pregnancy care, we offer convenience as well. Patients can be treated at any of the following:
Family Medicine Obstetrics Providers
- Suzanne Pauly, MD – OB with delivery
- Anshu Sharma, MD – Prenatal only
- Natalya Lyadova, MD – Prenatal only
- Leslie Norton, MD – Prenatal only
Our Family Birth Center Experience
When it’s delivery time, these Family Medicine doctors will meet the patient at one of our Birth Centers – providing continuity of care in a nurturing environment. After delivery, the Family Medicine doctor continues to care for both the mother and newborn during their hospital stay, and then continues to care for both mother and for the child throughout all stages of life.