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It is such an honor to help patients welcome their babies into the world. Our physicians have the expertise, compassion and commitment needed to care for both mother and child, along with the ability to address a variety of special circumstances.

Contact us today to make an appointment with an Obstetrician.

Details & Services

High Risk OB – Including CHTN, DM, Multiples, IVF
A high-risk pregnancy is a pregnancy in which you or your baby are at an increased risk of a complication. Our doctors are trained to identify and provide care for high-risk obstetrical patients with a number of conditions such as high blood pressure (hypertension), diabetes, multiple gestations and advanced maternal age. We also assist with infertility treatment.

Natural Childbirth Options
Our physicians offer multiple birth options from natural childbirth to epidurals. We are here to support your preferences. Safety of both mother and baby is of utmost importance, and we are here to help guide the birth process. Our physicians are happy to review birth plans with you and to support our patients.

A VBAC means that you can have your baby vaginally after at least one cesarean section. Vaginal delivery after a previous cesarean section requires special focus and attention. Our providers perform vaginal birth after cesarean sections (VBAC) on an individualized basis and we are happy to discuss this option for your delivery.

Delivery at Baptist Health Medical Center-Little Rock
Baptist Health Medical Center-Little Rock is equipped to handle all of your perinatal needs. From high-risk obstetric services to an in-house NICU, Baptist Health Medical Center-Little Rock has it all. Our state-of-the-art birthing suites promote family bonding, and you can deliver and recover in the same room as admission.

Cerclage Placement
Cervical cerclage is the placement of sutures in the cervix to keep it from opening. Premature opening of the cervix can result in preterm labor and delivery.