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

About our Prenatal/OBGYN Services

Part of Johnson Health Center’s commitment to patient wellness is the provision of comprehensive women’s health services and prenatal care. JHC offers a full range of Obstetric and Gynecological (OB/GYN) services. Our OB/GYN providers are available to see patients in our office as well as perform procedures and deliver newborns at Virginia Baptist Hospital.



Some of the OB/GYN services offered at JHC are:
  • Routine prenatal care
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Family planning services
  • OB and GYN ultrasounds
  • Routine PAP screenings
  • Gynecologic surgery
  • Behavioral health services (Perinatal and postpartum)
  • Dental services 


OB/GYN services are offered at the locations below:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What can I expect at my annual gynecological exam?

The thought of having a gynecological exam may be nerve-wracking, but it is a quick procedure that is important to maintaining your overall health. During this visit, your doctor will:

  • Measure your height and weight
  • Calculate your body mass index (BMI) to see if you are at a healthy weight
  • Check your blood pressure
  • Take your temperature
  • Do a clinical breast exam 
  • Do a pelvic exam
What family planning services are offered?

JHC offers appointments to: 

  • Discuss birth control and contraceptive options
  • Test for sexually transmitted infections (STI’s)
  • Provide cervical cancer screenings 
  • Perform breast and pelvic exams 


I took a pregnancy test at home and it is positive. What happens next?

After you take a home pregnancy test, we will schedule you for an appointment to confirm your pregnancy. This visit will include lab work and a urine sample. 

Your second visit will include your first ultrasound to determine your due date. 

How many appointments will I have throughout my pregnancy?

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. 

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 

What medications are safe to take during pregnancy?
I do not have health insurance. Can I schedule an OB/GYN appointment?

Yes! Our OB/GYN office has Certified Application Counselors who can assist you with applying for insurance. Our reduced fee application can also be used for OB/GYN appointments.

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