The Certified Nurse Midwives providing midwifery services at Fairfax OB-GYN Associates offer the full range of gynecologic and obstetric health services to women in Northern Virginia. They’re available for annual well woman exams, prenatal care, and to attend the delivery of your baby. Call us to learn more about midwifery or book an appointment online to get your next checkup from a midwife at one of our offices in Fair Oaks, Gainesville, Woodbridge, and Dulles, Virginia.
The Certified Nurse Midwives at Fairfax OB-GYN Associates are highly qualified professionals who serve as primary health care providers for women of all ages. After becoming a Registered Nurse, they complete a graduate program accredited by the American College of Nurse Midwives and must pass a national certification examination. Our midwives are privileged to practice at Inova Fair Oaks Hospital, where they make the birth of your baby a joyful, memorable experience.
You can rely on your nurse midwife at Fairfax OB-GYN Associates to take care of all your gynecologic and obstetric care. The midwives provide the full range of services, including:
The nurse midwives at Fairfax OB-GYN Associates are prepared to promote each woman’s physical and emotional health. They encourage women to take an active role in treatment decisions and in learning how to prevent disease. Nurse midwives take the time to listen to your concerns and find solutions that minimize unnecessary medical interventions.
When nurse midwives are responsible for your prenatal care and delivery, they become your guide through pregnancy. They carefully monitor your progress and address the diverse emotional and physical changes that women face during pregnancy and delivery. When it’s time for the baby’s arrival, your nurse midwife supports your preferences during delivery.
If complications arise during your pregnancy, you can continue to receive care from your nurse midwife, because she’s part of the team at Fairfax OB-GYN Associates. You can access the services of our physicians for high-risk concerns, as your nurse midwife collaborates with them and continues to support your needs.