Our Services

Expert Care at Every Stage

Our personalized approach to obstetrics and gynecology puts you at the center of everything we do. So, whether you’re giving birth, or looking for the best in diagnostic treatment and care for your gynecological needs, we are available to help diagnose your condition, and design a customized treatment plan that’s right for you.

St. Joseph Health Medical Group’s OB/GYN services accept most major PPO health insurance plans, as well as commercial and senior HMO plans that are part of the Meritage Medical Network. For a more detailed look at the accepted plans and providers in your county, view our insurance plan list.

Call today to make an appointment with a board certified OB/GYN: (707) 308-3111

Why choose St. Joseph Health Medical Group?

  • Same Day Appointments Available
  • Partners with UCSF Intensive Care Nursery
  • Minimally Invasive and Robotic Treatment Options
  • 24-hour Laborist Program and Neonatal teams
  • Evidence-based Health Care Practices
  • 100% Board Certified Obstetrics and Gynecologists OB/GYN
  • Most Insurance Accepted

Maternity

Serving Northern California

At St. Joseph Health Medical Group, we employ some of the most skilled, board certified, obstetricians in the communities we serve in Northern California. We specialize in helping ensure a healthy baby while creating a warm and supportive environment.

In addition, our relationship with St. Joseph Health and its affiliated hospitals ensure the perfect setting for your baby’s birth. St. Joseph Hospitals in Northern California are Santa Rosa Memorial and Petaluma Valley Hospital in Sonoma County, Queen of the Valley in Napa, St. Joseph Hospital in Eureka and Redwood Memorial in Fortuna.

Comprehensive OB Care

Our physicians and support staff are dedicated to providing family-centered and comprehensive maternity care. Our physician services include:

High-risk Pregnancy. Some women may have an increased risk that can threaten their pregnancy. Our physicians have the expertise to monitor and manage these conditions such as:

  • Gestational Diabetes. This develops during pregnancy (gestation) and causes blood sugar levels to be too high.
  • Preeclampsia. This complication is characterized by high blood pressure, kidney damage and other problems.
  • Multiple Births. This may cause preterm labor and delivery as well as low birth weight, preeclampsia, gestational high blood pressure and other complications.
  • Age-related Risks. Older women 35 and older may have a higher risk of pregnancy-related complications.

Breastfeeding Support. There are often many questions about breastfeeding, especially for first time mothers, such as breastfeeding positions and the use of a breast pump.

Endocrinology Evaluation. This is a diagnostic evaluation of hormone levels after childbirth.

Non-stress Testing. This test is done to evaluate your baby’s condition, including movement and heartbeat. It’s often the first picture of your baby.

OB Ultrasound. This is the use of sound waves to produce a picture of the baby in the mother’s uterus.

Postpartum Depression. This is depression after childbirth caused by hormonal changes, psychological adjustment and fatigue.

24-hour Neonatal Support. In the first 24-hours our physicians monitor your baby’s health.

Pre-conception Counseling. This is planning prior to becoming pregnant. This gives mothers-to-be the education, resources and peace of mind they need for a healthy pregnancy and outcome.

Our Hospitals

No matter what time of day you go into labor, there will always be a team of delivery experts on hand at our hospitals to ensure you get the care you need in any birthing situation

Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital

The staff in our Family Birth Centers treat every new mother, her baby and her family with individualized care and offer the following:

  • 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.

Queen of the Valley

With over 50 years of proven excellence and reliability in the maternal and fetal service area of medical practice, our community trusts our hospital to deliver the next generation, bringing precious newborns into the world in the most safe, cleanly, peaceful, and secure environment possible. The Maternal & Infant Care Center features:

  • Certified Nurse Anesthetist available 24 hours
  • Trial of Labor after previous cesarean delivery
  • 2 operating/cesarean rooms right in the care center
  • 10 large private birthing suites with sleeper chairs for dads or other family members
  • 5 labor rooms
  • Expanded baby nursery
  • 3-bed outpatient/triage area
  • Lactation room
  • Ability to bring in private jacuzzi birthing tub.

St. Joseph Hospital - Eureka

Whether it is your first child or a sibling to your other children, having a baby is a very special time for you and your family. To provide the best maternity care in Humboldt County and surrounding areas we have the following services:

o St. Joseph Hospital Eureka partners with local “laborists” - obstetricians and certified nurse-midwives who work in labor and delivery - for the Center for Women's Health Care and Eureka OB/GYN providers. A provider 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.

  • We have certified nurse-midwives with expertise and skills in supporting women to maintain healthy pregnancies and have optimal births and recoveries during the postpartum period.
    • 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 with friends and family by your side.
    • 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 available 24 hours a day.

Take comfort in knowing that we are always on hand and ready to provide you with the best available maternity services in the county.

Redwood Memorial

The New Beginnings Maternity Center at Redwood Memorial Hospital offers the highest-quality patient care for women and their families with our family-centered maternity services for mothers-to-be and other expectant mothers.

  • Our patients can choose between services, including labor, delivery, and recovery in one of our comfortable, home-like rooms. We even offer the choice of keeping your friends or family right at your side.
    • With the help of a physician and a midwife, you can decide how you want to deliver your baby, the environment in which you want to give birth, and how much you want your family and friends to participate in the experience with you.
    • You can also choose how you wish to care for your baby after delivery.
    • We have specialized security equipment and protocols that provide safety to newborns, pediatric patients, and mothers.

Learn More

At St. Joseph Health Medical Group, we are known for our family-centered maternity services. These services ensure that the most important people in you and your baby’s life are a part of the process. To help you prepare for the big day schedule a tour at one of our affiliated hospitals:

  • Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital - (707) 522-1544
  • Petaluma Valley Hospital - (707) 778-1111
  • Queen of the Valley virtual tour
  • St. Joseph Hospital- Eureka (877) 449-3627.
  • Redwood Memorial Hospital (707) 725-3361 ext. 2560

Gynecology

We provide 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.

We offer state-of-the-art services through our affiliation with St. Joseph Health, and the leading hospitals in our communities including Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, Petaluma Valley Hospital, Queen of the Valley Medical Center, St. Joseph Hospital Eureka and Redwood Memorial Hospital.

Our services include:

Bioidentical Hormone Therapy The hormones used in this therapy are identical on a molecular level to the hormones the body produces naturally.

Bladder Lift & Repair This minimally-invasive surgical procedure treats urinary incontinence, and lifts the urethra and bladder into their normal position.

Bone Density Testing This simple, noninvasive procedure assesses the strength of the bones for people at risk for osteoporosis.

Digital mammography Much like a digital camera, this process converts x-rays into a more precise digital picture of the breast.

Endometriosis This condition is where the endometrial tissue that lines the uterus develops abnormal growth outside the uterus. While most women have no symptoms, this often surfaces when it causes pelvic pain.

Endometrial ablation A surgical procedure that destroys the lining of the uterus to treat abnormal uterine bleeding.

Gynecological Cancer Risk Assessment This assesses the increased risk of inherited cancer syndromes due to biological and familial risk factors.

Hormone Disorders Hormone imbalance can impact a woman’s health at different stages of a woman’s life, including blood pressure, kidney function and metabolism.

Hysterectomies In a total hysterectomy the entire uterus and cervix are surgically removed. There are also minimally-invasive alternatives, depending on the size of the uterus.

Menopause Evaluation & Treatment Menopause is when the ovaries stops producing estrogen. Treatment may include hormone replacement therapy to address many of the symptoms such as hot flashes. Your doctor can help you find the treatment that’s right for you.

Minimally-invasive & Robotic Surgery Minimally-invasive surgery is also known as endoscopic surgery because the surgeon uses an endoscope through a very small incision. It also may be called laparoscopic surgery. Robotic surgery or robot-assisted surgery offers more precision and flexibility and is also minimally-invasive.

Osteoporosis Prevention & Treatment Osteoporosis is a condition where the density and bones become fragile and brittle. Prevention includes stopping smoking, avoiding excessive alcohol use and preventing falls. Treatment includes weight-bearing exercises and a diet rich in calcium and vitamin D.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse This occurs when a pelvic organ, such as your bladder, drops from its normal position and pushes against the wall of your vagina. This can happen due to childbirth, repeated heavy lifting, chronic disease or surgery.

Pelvic Reconstruction The choice of surgery will depend on which organs are involved. The surgical procedures may include repair of a prolapsed bladder or urethra, hysterectomy, repair of the rectum and small bowel.

Surgical Second Opinions Getting a second opinion from another physician may help you make a more informed decision if you are contemplating any surgical procedure.

Ultrasound An ultrasound scan is a diagnostic tool that uses high-frequency sound waves or echoes instead of radiation to create images of inside the body.

Urinary Tract Infections Symptoms may include a strong urge to urinate, a burning sensation upon urination and frequent passing of small amounts of urine, which may appear cloudy.

Uterine Fibroids These are usually abnormal, typically noncancerous growth that occur in or a woman’s uterus. They may cause severe abdominal pain and heavy periods. They can be surgically treated by minimally-invasive surgery depending on size, location and number of fibroids present.

Well Women Exams It’s recommended women have well woman exams beginning at age 21. These include a clinical breast exam, pelvic exam, and depending on age a mammogram and Pap smear.

Women's Health

Comprehensive Care for Every Stage of a Woman’s Life

St. Joseph Health Medical Group physicians, staff, clinics and affiliated hospitals have helped generations of women from Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Napa and Humboldt County and surrounding communities. With a team of highly trained and experienced physicians, we specialize in all areas of breast health, obstetrics and gynecology including gynecological surgery using minimally invasive technique.

  • From screenings, mammograms to menopausal and bone health issues as well as aging, to pre-conception counseling and birthing at one of our hospitals, we’ve helped change and save lives and brought healthy babies into the world.
  • Through our affiliation with the premiere hospitals of St. Joseph Health in Northern California, our skilled physicians and specialists practice medicine that puts you and your family first.

Exceptional Care, Close to Home

Our physician, services and hospitals are conveniently located throughout Sonoma, Napa and Humboldt Counties. That means the healthcare and specialists you need are right here, close to home, when you need them.

Maternity

We have some of the most skilled, board certified, obstetricians in the communities we serve in Northern California. We specialize in helping ensure a healthy baby while creating a warm and supportive environment---from high-risk pregnancies to normal deliveries.

Breast Health

Breast self-exams, as well as periodic clinical breast exams and screenings with your doctor, are an important way to find and successfully catch and treat breast problems early.

  • Our physicians use the state-of-the-art services at the St. Joseph Regional Cancer Care’s Breast Center in Santa Rosa and at the Queen of the Valley Breast Cancer program in Napa.
  • To learn more about our comprehensive breast services, please click here.

Gynecology

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 include 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.
  • To learn more about our state-of-the art gynecological services, please click here.

We’re Here for You

We are committed to offering 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.

How can we help you?

Breast Health

Breast changes are often normal, but having breast self-awareness is still the best medicine to be sure. Only you know what’s normal for you. Only your doctor knows what you should worry about.

Our board certified physicians are committed to preventing and treating breast cancer. Here’s how:

Breast Self-Exams Are Important

Breast self-exams---as well as periodic clinical breast exams and screenings with your doctor---are an important way to find and successfully treat breast problems and cancer early. Adult women of all ages are encouraged to perform a breast self-exam at least once a month. If you’re new to breast self-exams, here are some guidelines:

  • Pick the same time of the month. Because of the normal hormonal fluctuations in a woman’s body that affect breast tissue, it is important to select the same time every month so you will be able to distinguish between a normal change and something that feels different.
    • Premenopausal women. Do your exam toward the end of your menstrual period. The end of the menstrual cycle is the time when hormonal changes have the least influence on breast tissue, and the breasts are the least tender.
    • Postmenopausal women. Choose a day of the month (e.g., the 1st or 15th of the month) and consistently perform your breast self-exam on that same day every month.
  • Perform the exam again that same day but lying down. This way you will develop a feeling for your breasts in a different position, allowing for greater knowledge of the way your breasts feel. Forty percent of diagnosed breast cancers are detected by women who feel a lump, so establishing a regular breast self-exam is very important.

To view a step-by-step video, please click on the following link:
http://ww5.komen.org/BreastCancer/BreastSelfAwareness.html

Symptoms to Report to Your Physician

If you find any of the following symptoms, contact your doctor:

  • Discharge from one or both breasts
  • Inversion of a normally inverted nipple
  • Dimpling a pulling in of the breast skin
  • Bulge - area of raised tissue
  • Itching - irritated or scaly nipple with/without discharge
  • Rapidly increasing pain with redness or rash
  • Rapid increase in size of one breast
  • Changes in the shape of a breast
  • Change in vein patterns

Do you have an increased risk for breast cancer?

Breast Screening and Diagnostic Services

One in eight American women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lives: if you’re 40 or older, or at an increased risk for breast cancer, schedule your mammogram at your earliest convenience. Regular screening is the best way to protect your health so call us today at (707) 526-2666.

Our physicians are affiliated with St. Joseph Health and use the state-of-the-art services at the St. Joseph Regional Cancer Care’s Breast Center in Santa Rosa and at the Queen of the Valley Breast Cancer program in Napa.

  • St. Joseph Regional Cancer Care Breast Center, Santa Rosa

Our breast-imaging center in Sonoma County is designated by the American College of Radiology as a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence (BICOE). This official designation reflects a variety of services that work cohesively together to accurately screen and diagnose cancer. These services include:

    • Digital Mammography. Much like a digital camera, this process converts x-rays into a more precise digital picture of the breast.
    • Automated Whole Breast Ultrasound. This technology allows physicians to screen for breast cancer that cannot be felt by physical examination or mammography.
    • Breast MRI. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a computerized process that uses powerful magnetic field and radio waves to get a detailed look within the breast.
    • Stereotactic Needle Biopsy. This minimally invasive procedure uses x-ray or CT scan to obtain a sample of a suspected lesion in the breast.
    • Ultrasound Needle Biopsy. This minimally invasive procedure uses high-frequency sound waves to obtain tissue samples.
    • MRI Needle Biopsy. This minimally invasive procedure uses magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to guide a needle to remove a tissue sample for examination.
  • The Breast Center, Queen of the Valley Medical Center, Napa

We help preserve women’s breast health and bring unique expertise to every aspect of diagnosis. Queen of the Valley is accredited in mammography by the American College of Radiology (ACR), a testament to our professional qualifications, technological capabilities, clinical quality, customer service and reporting accuracy. Our team of expert physicians, nurses and therapists are committed to treating breast cancer and preserving healthy tissue. Regular screening is the best way to protect your health so call us today at (707) 257-4036)

We offer a range of services that accurately detect and diagnose cancer, including:

    • Digital Mammography. Much like a digital camera, this process converts x-rays into a more precise digital picture of the breast.
    • Diagnostic Ultrasound. This procedure uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of the breast.
    • Breast MRI. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a computerized process that uses powerful magnetic field and radio waves to get a detailed look within the breast.
    • Stereotactic Needle Biopsy. This minimally invasive procedure uses x-ray or CT scan to obtain a sample of a suspected lesion in the breast.
    • MRI Needle Biopsy. This minimally invasive procedure uses magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to guide a needle to remove a tissue sample for examination.
    • Breast Health Nurse Navigator. This is an RN who will work collaboratively with your care team to coordinate resources and support as well as provide education about disease specifics and treatment options to ensure you can make the best choices.
    • Classes and Support Services. From classes about rehabilitation and healthy coping strategies to cancer support groups, we are by your side, every step of the way.

If You Need Treatment

Our physician experts understand the importance of developing customized treatment plans that focus on the unique medical needs of each patient. We work with a team of cancer specialists at the hospital’s Breast Centers in order to create the best treatment and healing plan possible. Our collaborative approach includes:

  • Breast Surgeons. These specialists are trained to evaluate and manage patients with breast pain, benign lumps and cysts and abnormal mammograms, in addition to breast cancer.
  • Medical Oncologists. These specialists are part of your treatment team in managing your cancer symptoms and treatment, including chemotherapy.
  • Radiation Oncologists. These specialists are experts in the use of radiation therapy to cure or reduce the symptoms of cancer.
  • Pathologists. These physicians specialize in diagnosis and treatment options through laboratory tests.
  • Radiologists. These physicians specialize in diagnosis and treatment through the use of medical imaging techniques such as X-rays and other advanced
  • Cancer Genetics Counselor. This expert evaluates a patient’s risk for an inherited medical conditions and provides counseling based on those risks.
  • Patient Navigator. This expert is a vital component of your support team and helps in navigating through the health system.
  • Clinical Research Professionals. These professionals are well versed in medical research and clinical trials.
  • Rehabilitation Specialists. These specialists help patients with physical functioning with the goal to regain as much independence as possible due to cancer and treatment.

Treatments Available

Working as a team with the hospital’s Breast Centers experts, we provide the most advanced therapies available to treat breast cancer and to preserve healthy breast tissue. These treatments include:

  • Lumpectomy. This surgical procedure focuses on the removal of the tumor and surrounding tissue
  • Traditional Mastectomy. This is the surgical removal of all the breast tissue.
  • Nipple-Areola Sparing Mastectomy Surgery. This surgical procedure is a mastectomy without the removal of any of the nipple or skin around the areola.
  • Oncoplastic Surgery. This preserves the breast’s appearance by reshaping breast tissue during cancer surgery.
  • Sentinel Lymph Node Dissection. According to Breastcancer.org this is the surgical removal of “the very first lymph node that filters fluid draining away from the area of the breast that contained the breast cancer.” This can often eliminate the need to remove deeper lymph nodes.
  • Reconstructive Surgery. This is to restore the breast’s appearance after a mastectomy.
  • Hormone Therapy. This can be used in many aspects of breast cancer treatment, including initial risk reduction, minimizing the cancer’s risk of recurrence and preventing the cancer from spreading to other areas of the body.
  • MarginProbe Margin Analysis. This process enables surgeons to optimize the removal of cancer during breast conservation surgery or lumpectomies.
  • Large Format Pathology. This gives the pathologist a unique view of the entire cancer on a single slide, making diagnosis of margins more accurate.
  • Axillary Reverse Lymphatic Mapping. This preserves the lymphatic drainage of the arm during surgery, decreasing the risk of developing lymphedema.
  • Intraoperative Digital Specimen X-ray (Bioptics Machine). This shows surgeons images of the tissue removed in less than a minute, which enables them to remove all of the cancer in just one operation
  • Genomic Testing. This test identifies changes in chromosomes, genes and proteins, which can influence the behavior of your tumor.
  • Chemotherapy. This is the use of drugs to treat cancer. We also have the only dedicated, inpatient oncology unit in the region at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital.
  • External Beam Radiation Therapy. This procedure uses radiation aimed at destroying cancer cells and shrink tumors.
  • Partial Breast Radiation. This is delivered by an implanted device, which delivers radiation to the tumor site from inside the breast through a small catheter, rather than from an external beam.
  • Survivorship Training and Rehab (STAR). These services are available before, during, and after treatment in efforts to assist in getting cancer patients and survivors back to their daily routines

Are You At Risk For Breast Cancer?

According to the American Cancer Society, “There is no sure way to prevent breast cancer.” However, the first line of defense is to be aware of the family history and genetics that may impact your risks since women with a close relative--including men--who has had breast cancer have a higher risk of the disease. Age and heritage can also play a role as well as breast density. Understanding lifestyle risk factors is highly recommended.

The best action a woman can take is to be proactive by doing monthly self-exams, scheduling regular medical screenings and mammograms and consulting a physician with any concerns about breast health. It’s very important to understand the lifestyle changes within your control that may increase the risk of breast cancer. Keep in mind that every woman’s risks are different. Risks to know about include:

  • Drinking alcohol has been linked to increased risk of developing breast cancer and the risk increases with the amount of alcohol one drinks.
  • It’s been found that being overweight or obese after menopause increases breast cancer risk.
  • There is growing evidence that physical activity/exercise reduces the risk of breast cancer.
  • Women who have not had children or had their first child after age 30 have been shown to have a slightly higher risk of breast cancer.
  • Studies indicate that women who use oral contraceptives may have a slightly higher risk of breast cancer than women who have never used them. The risk may go down to normal over time once oral contraceptives are discontinued.
  • Women who use combined hormone therapy also have an increased risk for breast cancer.

Preparing for your first mammogram

A screening mammogram for women who have no signs or symptoms of breast disease is appropriate because early detection of breast cancer is when it’s most treatable. The American Cancer Society guidelines state women 40-44 should have a choice to have a screening mammogram and that women 45-54 should get one annually. And The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force 2016 states, “The decision to start screening mammography in women prior to age 50 years should be an individual one.“ Only a physician can determine when to get a screening mammogram.

Here’s what to expect when you have a mammogram:

  • Rest assured that mammograms use low-dose x-rays and can detect lumps that are too small to be felt.
  • Schedule your mammogram the week after your period when your breasts are less tender.
  • Don’t wear deodorant, powder, lotions or ointments since it may indicate a breast problem where there is none.
  • It’s best to wear a two-piece outfit so you only have to remove your top, making it easier and more comfortable for you.
  • The entire process takes 30 minutes or less. Each of your breasts will be compressed for approximately 20-30 seconds. The compression may be uncomfortable but flattening the breast is necessary to get the clearest image.
  • Our technicians understand how to make you feel as comfortable as they can before, during and after the exam.
  • Keep in mind that most unusual findings are not cancer; they could be cysts or dense tissue. Also, since this is your first time, there are no old mammograms to compare to. With your first mammogram you’re establishing a base line that will help you and your doctor monitor your breast health going forward.
  • Your first mammogram is generally a screening test and not a diagnostic test, which evaluates specific problems or findings.
  • After the screening, a specially trained breast radiologist will review the images and report back to your physician in a timely manner.

Mammograms save lives

The physicians, specialists and staff of our breast health team are dedicated to help you safeguard your health with this important screening. We’re with you each step of the way. If you have questions or to schedule a with an OB/GYN call (707) 308-3111

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Julie D. Clark MD (707) 763-2900
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