The providers of Elite Women’s Health offer comprehensive prenatal, pregnancy, high risk pregnancy, and labor and delivery services for our Fredericksburg, Stafford, and Spotsylvania obstetrical patients. Our providers have privileges with Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg.
Obstetrics Services in Fredericksburg
The OB/GYN physicians and Certified Nurse-Midwives of Elite Women’s Health offer comprehensive prenatal, pregnancy, high risk pregnancy, midwifery, and labor and delivery services. Our providers have privileges with Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg.
Mary Washington Hospital’s labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum unit has a full range of maternity services for expectant and new parents, including lactation and education services, and childbirth education classes.
All Elite Women’s Health providers offer obstetrical care, and we’re happy to provide a full range of obstetric services to our Fredericksburg, Stafford, and Spotsylvania pregnancy patients. Our providers deliver exclusively at Mary Washington Hospital.
- Basic Infertility Evaluation and Treatment
- Family Planning
- Full Service Prenatal Care
- High Risk Pregnancies
- Labor and Delivery
- Midwifery Care
Our certified nurse-midwives work closely with our patients to craft individualized birth plans. At Elite Women’s Health, we prioritize collaboration with our team of OB/GYN physicians to ensure our patients receive the highest level of patient safety and care. We aim to deliver a family-centered experience, supporting your individualized birth plan throughout the pregnancy, birth, and postpartum.
If you are seeking low medical intervention or unmedicated birth in your labor and delivery planning, the midwives of Elite Women’s Health are here to help.
Our Registered Ultrasonographer uses a state of the art Samsung Ultrasound system to provide detailed and accurate images for our providers and patients. Our imaging services include a full range of sonograms from complete fetal surveys to gynecologic diagnostic procedures.
We use the latest in medical real-time 3D- and 4D-scanners to provide a continuous image of your baby on our 32 inch high-definition LCD screen, allowing us to monitor his/her health and the progress of your pregnancy.
We are accredited by the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) in both Obstetric and Gynecology ultrasound examinations. We follow the recommended policies, practice standards, safety procedures and performance guidelines that uphold their prestigious organization.
Ask your provider about the benefits of banking your baby’s cord blood. Banking your baby’s cord blood and cord tissue is an easy way to ensure that your family — or other families in need – have access to those cells if there’s ever a medical opportunity to use them, now or in the future.
Prenatal Down Syndrome Screening
Elite Women’s Health provides prenatal down syndrome screening for our obstetric patients. Dr. Jonas Te Paske explains the diagnostic testing process and pros and cons for prenatal down syndrome screening.
Genetic Screening For Cystic Fibrosis
Elite Women’s Health provides genetic screening for Cystic Fibrosis for our obstetric patients. Cystic Fibrosis is a disease we can test for to determine if you are a carrier of the gene and are at greater risk of passing it to your child. In this video, Dr. Jonas Te Paske explains the diagnostic testing process and pros and cons for Cystic Fibrosis genetic screening.
Mary Washington Hospital Labor & Delivery
The Elite Women’s Health providers deliver exclusively at Mary Washington Hospital. Watch this helpful video to learn more about what to expect from your upcoming experience with Mary Washington Hospital Labor & Delivery!
Nausea and Vomiting During Pregnancy
At least one half of all pregnant women experience some degree of nausea and vomiting, known as morning sickness. The severity of morning sickness can vary greatly, with some women experiencing only mild symptoms and others experiencing more severe nausea and vomiting.
Tips For Your Most Common Pregnancy Discomforts
Tips for handling the most common issues in pregnancy including breast tenderness, constipation, dizziness, fatigue, frequent urination, headache, heartburn, hemorrhoids, leg cramps, mood changes, nosebleeds, bleeding gums, pelvic discomfort, shortness of breath, swelling of hands and feet, skin changes, stretch marks, insomnia, and vaginal discharge.