About Our Prenatal/OBGYN Services

Johnson Health Center offers a full range of women’s health services and prenatal care. Our Obstetrics and Gynecological (OB/GYN) team provides preventative care and gynecological surgeries, as well as care before, during, and after pregnancy. Our OB/GYN providers also perform procedures and deliver newborns at Virginia Baptist Hospital.

Routine Prenatal Care

Johnson Health Center’s providers and nurses will follow along with you throughout your entire pregnancy. Routine visits will include blood pressure checks, weight monitoring, ultrasounds and doppler scans, glucose testing, lab tests and belly measurements to check your baby’s size and position.

Your first confirmation appointment will occur when you are 4-6 weeks pregnant. Your first ultrasound will take place when you are between 8-10 weeks pregnant to determine your due date. You will have a second ultrasound around 20 weeks to determine your baby’s growth and anatomy.

A typical schedule for pregnancy visits is:
Months 1-7 – appointments every 4 weeks
Months 7-8 – appointments every 2 weeks
Month 9 – appointments every week through delivery

Family Planning Services

Your provider can discuss birth control and contraceptive options with you, as well as perform breast and pelvic exams. Johnson Health Center provides cervical cancer screenings and testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STI’s).

OB and GYN Ultrasounds

We offer both abdominal and transvaginal ultrasounds for both OB and GYN patients. GYN ultrasounds can help our providers best address concerns and guide us in providing treatment for infections or inflammations. OB patients will have an ultrasound at the beginning of their pregnancy to determine due date and halfway through their pregnancy to determine baby’s growth and anatomy.

Gynecologic Surgery

Behavioral Health and Dental

In addition to your prenatal care, Johnson Health Center provides behavioral health (perinatal and postpartum) and dental care for our expecting moms in the same location as your OB/GYN provider. Caring for yourself during and after pregnancy is especially important. Our providers and nursing staff will connect you with any additional services that you need.

Medications in Pregnancy

When you are pregnant, there are certain medications you cannot take. See the list below for medications that are okay to use during pregnancy. Call our office if you have any questions.

Medication List


Johnson Health Center offers a full range of Obstetric and Gynecological services, including delivery.

Johnson Health Center OB/GYN Services
Johnson Health Center OB/GYN Services

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