When it comes to your health, you shouldn’t settle for just any clinic, you should know what kind of services you’re getting, and what to expect. Here at Mid Cities Women’s Clinic, we strive to deliver quality care and would like to provide you with answers to common questions women facing unplanned pregnancy ask about our clinic.
- How long have you been serving women?
Mid Cities has been serving women since 1984, over 35 years! We have provided professional women’s services to more than 73,000 patients making unplanned pregnancy decisions.
- Do you have emergency transportation (an ambulance) on hand in case of an emergency?
Since we do not provide or refer for abortions, the need for an ambulance is not necessary. In the event of an emergency, all clinic personnel are trained in how to respond and all medical staff are BLS CPR certified.
- Do you have an anesthesiologist at your clinic?
An anesthesiologist is not needed for the services we provide, however, we do have medically licensed nurses and sonographers who will provide you with a pregnancy test as well as an ultrasound.
- Does your clinic have whole blood on hand (not just plasma)?
No, we do not have whole blood on hand because we do not provide surgical procedures which often require blood transfusions.
- Are your doctors’ board certified?
Our medical director is a license and board certified OB/GYN MD. She reviews and signs off on all of our ultrasounds. We also have our community health director who is a licensed and board certified MD. Our patients have peace of mind knowing licensed professionals are treating them.
- Are the medical staff licenses current?
Yes, all medical personnel’s licenses is current.
- Does your clinic have a respirator?
Due to the services we provide, a respirator is not necessary.
If you find yourself in an unplanned pregnancy, Mid Cities Women’s Clinic is the ideal place to go for pregnancy options! Don’t just take our word for it though, take a look at what our patients had to say: https://mcwomensclinic.com/testimonials/