The truth is, that dealing with a miscarriage or fetal abnormality is never easy. A miscarriage (also called an early-trimester miscarriage) occurs when a baby dies in the womb (womb) before the 20th week of pregnancy. For women who know they are pregnant, about 10 to 15 out of every 100 pregnancies (10 to 15 percent) end in a miscarriage.
Most miscarriages occur in the first trimester before the 12th week of pregnancy. But we can help.
Every woman who walks through our doors finds solace and comfort in our quality nursing facilities while enjoying the highest quality service and personal and compassionate care. We understand the emotional and physical difficulties women face during this difficult time, so we have developed patient-specific programs designed to meet the needs of each patient.
Your comfort, trust, and safety are our top priorities. Our staff works hard to make this as stress-free as possible and will provide you with everything you need for your miscarriage follow-up care. Our team of board-certified physicians, anesthesiologists, and nurses has been helping women for years. We maintain the status of AAAASF surgical facilities through routine inspections so you can feel confident in your surgical and anesthesia care.
We are a private practice, allowing us to provide you with the utmost care, sensitivity, and attention to the smallest details. Every step of the way with us, from the time you walk in until you are fully recovered, there is someone to talk to, listen to, and support you. As a priority patient, there will be no crowded waiting rooms. Instead, you’ll find yourself in a private room with a luxurious mahogany bed, oil painting, internet, and TV, with complete privacy and comfort.
You will receive personalized care from our dedicated staff and have a counselor by your side to help you through this difficult time.