they deliever babies but can also be an ob/gyn which is like a womans doctor. they deliever babies but can also be an ob/gyn which is like a womans doctor.
HOw many years of college or medschool do you need to become an ob doctor?
Yes, an OB/GYN (obstetrician/gynecologist) is a doctor. Specifically, she/he is a doctor who cares for women (OB cares for pregnant females and a GYN cares for women having "female" issues).
Are you in an HMO? When you said "certain doctor" do you mean your Primary Care Physician or a certain OB doctor? Is there only ONE OB doctor on your plan? There are usually several in a medical group - IPA. If you are talking about having a Primary Care MD and then you want to see an OB Specialist in CA without getting a referral, that is your right in an HMO under the law in CA.
He was an ob-gyn doctor
A doctor who specialized in child birth and delivery as well as women's productive health are called OB's.
ob/Gyn Obstetrician Gynocologist
The Ob-Gyn nurse assists the doctor with prenatal care and delivery. The nurse will monitor the mother and child in the labor room and alert the doctor to the changing status.
An Ob-Gyn or Obstetrician-Gynecologist.
OB/GYN then paediatricians
No go to your ob doctor soon.
A doctor on average will make around 100,000 dollars a year. If a doctor has a speciality like OB/GYN, they can make even more.
You'll most likely deliver your child in the hospital that your OB/Gyn doctor works in, that is, if you are seeing a OB/Gyn for prenatal care.
A OB-GYN nurse is responsible for assisting the doctor during procedures. They also administer medications, perform ultrasounds and admit patients.
The OB part of OB/GYN stands for obstetrics or for an obstetrician and the GYN means either gynecology or for a gynecologist, an obstetrician is a Doctor who handles the delivery of babies.
During pregnancy, childbirth, puerperium and postpartum, obstetricians provide surgical care to women and their children. Dr. Usha M Kumar is one such best obstetrician and Gynecologist in Delhi. Visit her to know more!
Obstetricians (also called obstetrician-gynecologists or OB-GYNs)
Talk to your regular doctor (GP). If you are a female and are uncomfortable talking to your GP, talk to your OB-GYN.