Our Services

Women’s Services

At St. Joseph Health Medical Group, we offer women a full range of women’s health and wellness services, including obstetrical and gynecological care which is appropriate for each stage of life.

With a team of highly trained and experienced physicians, we specialize in all areas of obstetrics and gynecology including gynecological surgery using minimally invasive techniques. At St. Joseph Hospital - Eureka, Redwood Memorial Hospital, Queen of the Valley Medical Center, Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, and Petaluma Valley Hospital, we treat every new mother, her baby, and their family with individualized care because we understand that each new birth is special. We are committed to the highest standards of excellence in the delivery of comprehensive health care to moms, babies, and their families.

We encourage you to form an active partnership with us when you make an appointment to discuss your care. Feel free to ask any questions at any time in order to assist us in addressing your most personal health needs. You can also select from below to assist you with all your women’s health care needs.

St. Joseph Health Medical Group is proud to be a part of a women's and children's partnership with UCSF. St. Joseph Health, Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital and UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals have entered a joint venture to enhance and expand neonatal and pediatric services. Along with Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital’s recent expansion of obstetric services, residents of Sonoma County and the greater North Bay region can expect greater availability of obstetric and pediatric services, within the hospital and in outpatient settings. Read more here.

Why Choose Us

We offer our communities accessible health care and know that having access to knowledge, support, and encouragement makes all the difference in the world. As such, we openly share our knowledge and actively educate the women of the communities in which we serve, to help every individual make the choices that are right for them and to live a healthy life.

Our facilities are second to none, and our 24-hour ‘laborist’ program is designed to ensure that no matter what time of day you go into labor, there will always be a team of delivery experts on hand to ensure you get the care you need in any birthing situation. Our highly trained health care specialists work tirelessly to help care for new families and encourage and support breastfeeding.


The UCSF Intensive Care Nursery at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital is a special place where the tiniest and most vulnerable patients receive the highest quality care.

Our level III Intensive Care Nursery is highly skilled in caring for a variety of health needs for our smallest patients. Additionally, the USCF Intensive Care Nursery at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital has been designated a Community Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) by California Children’s Services (CCS) for their ability to provide outstanding care to fragile, critically ill newborns. As a designated Community NICU, Santa Rosa memorial Hospital’s Intensive Care Nursery offers the highest level of care in the North Bay Area.


St. Joseph Health's Humboldt County hospital network also boasts the only Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (ICU) on the north coast, with neonatal teams also available 24 hours a day. So, you can take comfort in knowing that we are always on hand and ready to provide you with the best available maternity services in the county.

Our Approach

Our personalized approach to obstetrics and gynecology puts you at the heart of everything we do. So whether you’re giving birth, or are looking for the best in diagnostic, treatment and care for your gynecological needs, our team of passionate, trusted experts are available to help diagnose your condition, and design a treatment and care program that fits your unique circumstances.

We understand that caring for a new human being is exciting, exhausting, and exhilarating. It’s an experience that will change your life, and the lives of those around you, in wonderful, unforgettable ways. That’s why we offer family-centered maternity services that allow you to share the birth of your baby with your partner and all the other special people in your life.

Our goal is to make sure you and your baby remain healthy throughout your pregnancy and beyond, but also to ensure your comfort. We have dedicated an entire floor in our new patient care wing to offer you a full range of birthing options. You can labor, deliver, and recover in one of our home-like rooms with friends and family by your side, or work with our midwives to design the environment that’s right for you.

Gynecology

We offer exceptional care for every stage of a woman's life. Our board-certified gynecologists are experts in helping you improve your health, whether that means prevention and wellness in your 20s, successfully navigating menopause in your 50s, or thriving in your 80s. Our expertise includes the medical issues that most often affect women's quality of life, including menstrual, urinary, fibroid and hormonal problems - and we're pleased to offer today's most successful solutions, such as minimally-invasive and robotic surgery. Our services include:

  • Bladder lift & repair
  • Bone density testing
  • Digital mammography
  • Gynecological cancer risk assessment
  • Endometriosis
  • Endometrial ablation
  • Hormone disorders
  • Hysterectomies (including minimally-invasive alternatives)
  • Incontinence (including minimally-invasive surgical solutions)
  • Menopause evaluation & treatment (including bioidentical hormone therapy)
  • Minimally-invasive & robotic surgery
  • Osteoporosis prevention & treatment (including bone density testing)
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Pelvic reconstruction
  • Prevention & wellness
  • Ultrasound
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Surgical second opinions
  • Uterine fibroids (including minimally-invasive surgical solutions)
  • Well women exams

Obstetrics

At the St. Joseph Health Medical Group, you'll find some of the county's most popular and skilled obstetricians. Our board-certified physicians specialize in helping ensure a healthy baby while creating a warm and supportive environment for mom and dad. In addition, our relationship with Santa Rosa Memorial and Petaluma Valley Hospital ensures the perfect setting for your baby’s birth. To learn more about our labor and delivery services, click here. Our physician services include:

  • Comprehensive OB care
  • High-risk pregnancy (including gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, multiple births and age-related risks)
  • OB Ultrasound
  • Non-stress testing
  • Postpartum depression

Signs & Symptoms of Pregnancy

What are the signs of pregnancy? The signs of pregnancy vary from woman to woman. Usually the most obvious sign is the absence of menstruation (amenorrhea). However, some women continue to have bleeding even while pregnant. The following are the most common first signs of pregnancy. However, each woman may experience the signs of pregnancy differently. These may include:

· Extreme tiredness

· Sore and swollen breasts

· Nausea or vomiting (also called morning sickness)

· Frequent urination

· Certain food cravings or aversions

· Bloating of the abdomen

· Darkening of the skin around the nipples (also called the areola).

These early signs may not positively indicate pregnancy, but may actually signal another process happening within the body. A pregnancy test can provide more accurate results.

Pregnancy Due Date Calculator

The St. Joseph Health Medical Group pregnancy calculator can estimate the pregnancy schedule based on the due date. Your specialist will tell you your due date, usually based on a sonograph or follow up appointment sometimes called your prenatal visit. If you do not know your due date, the pregnancy due date calculator can help.


Your expected due date is:

Understanding Your Trimesters

FIRST TRIMESTER (Weeks 1 to 12)

Because development in the first trimester is rapid, adopting a healthy lifestyle and removing harmful substances such as tobacco and alcohol from your daily habits is vital. You may also find that during this time you may be more emotional than normal, and be prone to mood swings. This is because the hormones in your body are adapting and changing in order to prepare your body and support the needs of your growing baby. By the end of the first trimester, your baby has formed all of its major body organs and weighs just over an ounce.

Month 1

In month one, the placenta, which is the organ that surrounds your baby and provides it with nourishment, begins to form. Your baby’s spinal cord, heart, brain, gastrointestinal tract, and lungs begin to develop, even though they will only be about a quarter of an inch long at the end of the first month.

Month 2

During month two, all of your baby’s major organs begin to form, and features such as the face, fingers, toes, ears and eyes begin to appear. By the end of your second month, your baby is about one inch long.

Month 3

In month three, your baby is able to open and close his or her fists and mouth, and the sexual organs begin to form. By the end of the third month, which also marks the end of your first trimester, your baby has tripled in size and is now about 3 inches long.


SECOND TRIMESTER (Weeks 13 to 25)

As your baby grows and develops, you will notice some changes in your physical appearance and your moods as your body begins to adapt and meet the needs of your growing baby.

Your uterus will expand and, as the weeks go by, you may begin to feel pressure around your bladder, stomach and other organs with which your growing uterus come into contact. Your skin color may also change on your nose, cheeks and forehead. Freckles may darken and moles may grow. You may also begin to notice a dark line on your abdomen that extends from your belly button, down towards your pubic bone.

How your baby is growing

Month 4

During month four, your baby’s heart beat can be heard using a handheld ultrasound device. The eyelashes, eyebrows and finger nails also begin to form.

Month 5

In month five, you may start to feel your baby move around. The baby will also have grown up to nine more inches in size.

Month 6

During month six, your baby’s fingerprints have formed. Your baby is now approximately 12 inches long and weighs approximately one to two pounds.


THIRD TRIMESTER (Weeks 26 to 38)

During your third trimester, your body begins to prepare for labor. You’ll gain more weight from retaining fluids and fat deposits.

Your breasts will begin to swell and will likely become tender. You may also notice a slight yellow or white discharge coming from your nipples. This is perfectly normal as you are beginning to lactate.

You might also notice more changes in your skin color, which will usually go away after you have delivered your baby.

How your baby is growing

Month 7

During month seven, your baby's eyes begin to open and close, and he or she weighs around four pounds.

Month 8

In month eight, your baby begins to build body fat, and weight increases to approximately six pounds.

Month 9

At nine months, your baby is fully grown, and should be due any day now. Nine-month old babies typically weigh nearly seven pounds and have grown to approximately 18 to 20 inches long.


Diet and Exercise for a Healthy Pregnancy

EXERCISE

Regular exercise, with the approval of your healthcare provider or midwife, can often help to reduce the physical discomforts of pregnancy and help with the recovery after the baby is born. There is evidence that physical activity may be especially beneficial for women with gestational diabetes. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, women who exercised and were physically fit before pregnancy can safely continue exercising throughout the pregnancy. Women who were inactive before pregnancy or who have medical or pregnancy complications should talk with their healthcare provider or midwife before beginning any exercise during pregnancy.

All women should be evaluated by their healthcare provider or midwife before beginning or continuing an exercise program in pregnancy.

Exercise may not be safe if the pregnant woman has any of the following conditions:

  • Preterm labor in current or past pregnancies
  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Cervical problems
  • Leaking of amniotic fluid
  • Shortness of breath
  • Dizziness and/or fainting
  • Decreased fetal activity or other complications
  • Increased heart rate (tachycardia), although heart rate is typically higher in pregnant women
  • Certain health problems, like high blood pressure or heart disease

Types of Exercise to Avoid During Pregnancy

The following are some exercises to avoid while pregnant:

  • Horseback riding
  • Water skiing
  • Scuba diving
  • High altitude skiing
  • Contact sports
  • Any exercise that can cause a serious fall
  • Exercising on your back after the first trimester (because of reduced blood flow to the uterus)
  • Vigorous exercise in hot, humid weather, as pregnant women are less efficient at exchanging heat
  • Exercise involving holding one's breath during exertion. This can cause an increased intra-abdominal pressure

Good Nutrition During Pregnancy

Approximately 300 extra calories are needed daily to maintain a healthy pregnancy. These calories should come from a balanced diet of protein, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, with sweets and fats kept to a minimum. A healthy, well-balanced diet during pregnancy can also help to reduce some pregnancy symptoms, like nausea and constipation.

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recommends the following key components of a healthy lifestyle during pregnancy: appropriate weight gain, eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly, and appropriate and timely vitamin and mineral supplementation.

Fluid intake is also an important part of healthy pregnancy nutrition. Women can take in enough fluids by drinking several glasses of water each day, in addition to the fluids in juices and soups. An expectant mother should talk with her healthcare provider or midwife about restricting her intake of caffeine and artificial sweeteners. All alcohol should be avoided in pregnancy.

Avoid eating the following foods during pregnancy:

  • Unpasteurized milk and foods made with unpasteurized milk
  • Soft cheeses, including feta, queso blanco and fresco, Camembert, brie, or blue-veined cheeses (unless labeled 'made with pasteurized milk")
  • Hot dogs, and luncheon meats, unless they are heated until steaming hot before serving
  • Refrigerated pâté and meat spreads
  • Refrigerated smoked seafood

Also follow these general food-safety guidelines:

  • Wash. Rinse all raw produce thoroughly under running tap water before eating, cutting, or cooking.
  • Clean. Wash your hands, knives, countertops, and cutting boards after handling and preparing uncooked foods.
  • Avoid. Raw and undercooked seafood, eggs, and meat. Do not eat sushi made with raw fish (cooked sushi is safe).
  • Cook. Beef, pork, or poultry should be cooked to a safe internal temperature using a food thermometer.
  • Chill. Promptly refrigerate all perishable food.

IMPORTANCE OF FOLIC ACID

The U.S. Public Health Service recommends that all women of childbearing age consume 400 micrograms (0.4 mg) of folic acid each day. Folic acid, a nutrient found in some green leafy vegetables, most berries, nuts, beans, citrus fruits, fortified breakfast cereals, and some vitamin supplements can help reduce the risk for birth defects of the brain and spinal cord (called neural tube defects). This can lead to varying degrees of paralysis, incontinence, and sometimes intellectual disability.

Folic acid is most helpful during the first 28 days after conception. This is when most neural tube defects happen. Unfortunately, many women do not realize they are pregnant before 28 days. Therefore, folic acid intake should begin before conception and continue through pregnancy. Your healthcare provider or midwife will recommend the appropriate amount of folic acid to meet your individual needs.

Most healthcare providers or midwives will prescribe a prenatal supplement before conception, or shortly afterward, to make sure that all of the woman's nutritional needs are met. However, a prenatal supplement does not replace a healthy diet.

Pregnancy Precautions

PREGNANCY PRECAUTIONS

SAFE MEDICATIONS - ALL MEDICATIONS TO BE USED AS DIRECTED

For pain/headaches: Tylenol (Acetaminophen)

  • For cough: Robitussin DM (Guaifenesin)
  • For nasal congestion: Saline water, Neti Pot, NetiSpray
  • For constipation: Colace, over‐the‐counter stool‐softener, Fibercon, Metamucil
  • For sore throat: Ricola, Halls (with or without menthol), warm salt water gargling
  • Forheartburn: Tums, Mylanta, Maalox, Zantac (Ranitidine), Pepcid (Famotidine)
  • For yeast infections: Gyne‐Lotrimin, Monistat
  • Forseasonal allergies: Chlor‐Trimeton (Chlorpheniramine), Claritin, Zyrtec, Benadryl
  • Forinsomnia: Benadryl, Tylenol PM, Ambien
  • For nausea: Vitamin B6 25mg + ½ of Unisom Tablet, Seabands, ginger
  • For hemorrhoids/vaginal itching: Tucks with Witch Hazel, Hydrocortisone Cream
  • Vicks Vapor Rub
  • Vitamin C

For additional information, call the Drug Information/Teratogen Hotline at 1‐800‐532‐3749.

ADDITIONAL PRECAUTIONS

  • Take your prenatal vitamins with at least 400 micrograms of Folic Acid (Folate) per day
  • Drink plenty of water when exercising; keep your heart rate at 140 or less
  • Avoid unpasteurized dairy products and Juice
  • Avoid high temperatures; no hot tubs or Jacuzzis
  • Do NOT smoke
  • Do NOT drink alcohol
  • Do NOT use recreational drugs
  • Do NOT eat raw meat or raw fish
  • Do NOT change cat litter due to high risk for Toxoplasmosis
  • Do NOT eat seafood containing mercury: Shark, Swordfish, King Mackerel, Tile Fish, and Tilapia
  • Do NOT eat more than 5 oz. of tuna weekly

Billing & Fees

Office visit fees are determined by the nature of your visit. Payments for office visits including co-payments, deductibles, and share of cost that are due at the time of service. We accept cash, check and VISA, Master Card, American Express and Discover. We do offer a 30 percent discount to self-pay patients.

We are contracted with most Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO’s) and Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO’s) in the area. If we are a preferred provider in your network we can bill the company directly. However, most HMO’s do require a written referral from your primary care physician. If you feel as though you have an urgent health matter and do not have sufficient health care coverage we do offer financial assistance for those who qualify. We do ask that you verify benefit coverage prior to your appointment. Ultimately you are responsible for the bill. If you have any questions or concerns please contact our office at (707) 303-1719.

Thank you for choosing St. Joseph Health Medical Group. Quality and safety are important to us and we hope you are satisfied with your care. If you have any questions or safety concerns please contact our office at (707) 303-1719.

Outpatient Women's Services

We offer a full range of obstetrical and gynecological care. This includes both surgical and medical approaches to your health. We specialize in minimally invasive surgery with many outpatient procedures and short hospital stays. Our minimally invasive robotic surgery program is among the most recognized in the United States, with the same day or one day stay in the hospital.

We are happy to provide total obstetrical services including low risk and high risk pregnancies. Frequently addressed issues include cancer prevention and detection, endocrinology evaluation (hormones), pre-conception counseling, menstrual disorders, premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and menopausal counseling and treatment. Our physicians perform a number of procedures in the office setting, such as diagnostic Hysteroscopy, Sonography, Colposcopy, Cryosurgery, and LEEP.

Routine Appointments

On your first visit, please arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment. This allows plenty of time to complete the registration and insurance verification process. We do suggest you check with your insurance company to confirm that our providers are accepted within your network of providers or there may be a written referral required by your primary care physician. If you have questions about your upcoming routine appointment, please contact our office at (707) 303-1719.

Surgical Procedures

In the event of surgery, our surgery coordinator will assist you in preparation for your procedure. She will arrange a surgery date and coordinate lab work and any other preoperative tests you may need. She will also assist you in coordinating your health care benefits for your surgery. For questions about your upcoming surgery, please feel free to call our office at office at (707) 303-1719.

When to Call a Doctor

WHEN TO CALL THE DOCTOR

Anytime you have a question or need to talk to us, please call the office number at (707) 303-1719. Our regular phone hours are Monday - Friday 9:00 AM to 12:00 and 1:30 PM to 5:00. Please leave your name, date of birth and phone number, and we will get back to you as soon as we can. In an emergency or when you think that you are in labor, we are ALWAYS available. If you call and reach the answering service, please make it clear that you want us to be paged on our beeper immediately as this is an emergency. If you do not get a call back within 15 minutes, please call the service again.

Some examples of emergency calls would be if you have:

  1. Vaginal Bleeding
  2. A fever greater than 100 or fever with chills
  3. Severe abdominal or back pains
  4. Extreme swelling of your hands or face, a severe headache or blurring vision.
  5. A gush of fluid or a constant leaking from your vagina; your bag of water may have broken - please note the color of the fluid.
  6. More than 4‐5 contractions in an hour that is getting regular even if you are not near your due date. This can be a sign of premature labor. Other signs include a low feeling of fullness in your vagina, a backache that comes and goes every few minutes, menstrual‐like cramping or significant change in your vaginal discharge.
  7. You think the baby hasn’t moved in the last 6‐8 hours. Sometimes this happens and it is just that you have been too busy to notice the movements. Before you call, eat a snack or a meal and lie down for a ½ hour with your hand on your belly. If you feel 10 movements in that time, your baby is fine. If there is less than that, please call right away. The forces of the baby’s movement’s changes as you get closer to term because the baby does not have as much room to move, but the amount of the movement is about the same. Babies do not decrease movements as you get closer to delivery.

If you have any questions about when to call or how to get in touch with us, please feel free to ask. If you are unable to reach an on‐call doctor and have a pregnancy related concern/question, please go to the nearest Emergency Department.

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Childbirth at St. Joseph Hospital, Eureka

CHILDBIRTH CENTER AT ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL

The Childbirth Center at St. Joseph Hospital offers quality patient care and family-centered maternity services for Moms-to-be and their families, as well as specialized safety features and the only Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit on the north coast.

Personalized Care

Caring for a tiny human being for nine months is exciting, exhausting and exhilarating. The experience will change your life - and the lives of everyone around you - in wonderful, unforgettable ways. And we look forward to sharing this very special time with you. At St. Joseph Hospital, we know that pregnancy can bring loved ones together in beautiful new ways. That’s why we offer family-centered maternity services. You can share the birth of your baby with a labor partner, and with other special people in your life, if your Physician or Midwife approves. Your entire family can participate in the educational process if you wish. We also make a special effort to prepare you for all aspects of having a baby. We believe it’s important for you to know the experience will affect you physically, socially, and emotionally.

Breastfeeding Care Line Debuts

St. Joseph Hospital’s Childbirth Center now has a hotline for mothers in need of breastfeeding help. Presented by SJH Lactation Services, the hotline (445-8121, ext. 7536) is a phone service women can call with any questions or concerns about breastfeeding. All calls are returned within 24 hours from the time they are received by the St. Joseph Hospital lactation team.

Delivery Choices

Choice is nothing new at St. Joseph Hospital, where we’ve dedicated an entire floor of our new patient care wing solely to offering women a full range of birthing options. You can labor, deliver, recover and stay in one of our cozy, homelike rooms called an LDRP, with friends and family by your side. With the help of your Physician or Midwife you can decide how you want to deliver your baby, the environment in which you want to give birth, how much you want your family and friends to participate in the experience, and how you want to care for your baby after delivery. You can select any one of a variety of medications to alleviate the discomforts of labor, including anesthesia, or choose to deliver without medication.

Laborist Program

St. Joseph Hospital partners with local Laborists - Obstetricians and Certified Nurse-Midwives who work in Labor and Delivery - from the Center for Women's health care and Eureka OB-GYN Associates. One of them is at the hospital 24 hours a day to examine patients, evaluate the progress of labor, react to laboratory abnormalities, and provide a safe delivery. If an emergency with your or your baby occurs, the Laborist is already on the scene, ready to respond with lifesaving intervention. Laborists are also available at the hospital whenever a patient or family member has a question regarding care. Click here to learn more about the Laborist Program.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

St. Joseph Hospital is pleased to offer our patients the only Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) on the north coast. You can take comfort in knowing that we offer special care for premature or sick infants. The NICU is staffed by a team of highly trained nurses, technicians and therapists, and a neonatologist is available for phone consultation 24 hours a day. Chances are you won’t need these services. But as many women have told us, it’s just reassuring to know they’re available if the need arises.

Quality Staff and Services

Whatever options you choose from the many available alternatives, you can count on the caring support of the nurses and staff in The Childbirth Center. They think of themselves as facilitators who are privileged participants in your family’s birth experience. And they believe strongly in personalized care. So whether your birth plan includes anesthesia such as an epidural, analgesic - or prepared childbirth without medication - our nurses will encourage you, support you, and help you. It makes all the difference in the world.

Security Features

Both the maternity and pediatrics departments have specialized security equipment and procedures.

Pediatric Services

We aim to provide the best services in health care services for the children of Humboldt County. The hospital has a highly trained nursing staff, as well as specialized security equipment and procedures. Our Emergency Room is a designated Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics (EDAP). This designation means that the St. Joseph Hospital ER has specialized policies, equipment, and standards for providing and monitoring emergency pediatric care.

Excellence in Lactation Care Services

The International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners® (IBLCE®) and International Lactation Consultant Association® (ILCA®) have recognized Star Siegfried, RN, IBCLC, from St. Joseph Hospital for excellence in lactation care.

The St. Joseph Hospital Childbirth Center has received the IBCLC Care Award in recognition for staffing Star Siegfried who holds the certification and for providing a lactation program that is available five to seven days a week. In addition, both the Childbirth Center at St. Joseph Hospital Eureka and New Beginnings at Redwood Memorial Hospital have demonstrated they have provided breastfeeding training for nursing staff that care for new families, and have both recently completed activities that help protect, promote, and support breastfeeding.

IBLCE certificants focus on preventive care, and continue that assistance after the baby is born by helping mothers overcome breastfeeding challenges, providing accurate information, and continuing to support them as their baby grows.

There are currently more than 27,450 IBCLC professionals in 101 countries worldwide that are certified by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners® (www.iblce.org), a program independently accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA).

For more information about the IBCLC Care Award program, contact IBLCE at award@iblce.org.

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Julie D. Clark MD (707) 763-2900
Obstetrics/Gynecology

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1550-A Professional Drive
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Petaluma, CA 94954
Bob G. Field MD (707) 303-1719
Gynecology
Obstetrics/Gynecology

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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500 Doyle Park Drive
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Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Susana G Gonzalez MD (707) 251-1850
Obstetrics/Gynecology (Board Certified)

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1100 Trancas St.
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Napa, CA 94558
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445 March Avenue
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Healdsburg, CA 95448
Daniel R Hersh MD (707) 251-1850
Obstetrics/Gynecology (Board Certified)

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Amanda Holthouse DO (707) 251-1850
Obstetrics/Gynecology

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Lois A. Jensen, MPH MD (707) 476-2909
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2773 Harris St., Suite D
Eureka, CA 95503
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Kalie Li DO (707) 251-1850
Obstetrics/Gynecology

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2773 Harris St., Suite D
Eureka, CA 95503
Gregory Sacher MD (707) 303-1719
Obstetrics/Gynecology (Board Certified)

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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500 Doyle Park Drive
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Santa Rosa, CA 95404
R. Bruce Scarborough MD (707) 251-1850
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