"Dr. Tuttelman's experience and medical prowess are evident in the care he provides for his patients each and every visit. From the onset, Dr. Tuttelman and his staff were willing to accommodate the busy schedules of a working mom and dad-to be. At each visit, Dr. Tuttelman spent quality time with me, taking time to explain important facts of each pregnancy milestone. He focused on matters of true medical necessity so I knew what was most important, but he was also willing to answer even the most obscure questions I asked. Most importantly, Dr. Tuttelman was there for my labor & delivery and oversaw my entire recovery. When going to the hospital, I didn't need to worry a new doctor was going to deliver my child. I had confidence knowing that Dr. Tuttelman and his extensive experience would be there to guide me through the process. At the end of the day, I was more than a number in a waiting room or an insurance check to Dr. Tuttelman and his staff. "
"I have been a patient of Dr. Beils for around 4 years. She is the most caring and thorough doctor I've ever had. She will even take time out of her day to make a personal call to make sure her patient is doing ok... The office staff is always professional and caring as well and there is never a long wait to be seen."
General obstetrician/gynecologists, or general OB/GYNs, are providers of routine care for women’s reproductive health. They offer regular checkups and preventative care to detect illnesses early and keep women healthy. A general OB/GYN cares for a variety of health issues, including:
Sexually transmitted diseases
Annual breast exams
After the age of 18, it is important to see a general OB/GYN regularly for preventative care as well as any needed pregnancy care. When necessary, general OB/GYNs may refer their patients to related specialists such as a Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist or Reproductive Endocrinologist. However, women without complicated health issues may continue to see their general OB/GYN for care throughout their reproductive life.