Comprehensive, compassionate preconception, pregnancy, and post-partum care
When it comes to pregnancy, our physicians and midwives are trained to provide pre-conception counseling, and both routine and high-risk obstetrical care. Working in partnership with Exeter Hospital, we can manage most obstetrical situations, including multiple gestation, hypertension, diabetes, and pre-term labor. In areas of special concern, we coordinate with fetal medicine specialists both locally and at major medical centers in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
- Routine and high-risk obstetrical management
- Pre-conception counseling
- Infertility evaluation & treatment
- Breast-feeding support
- Ultrasound Services
Vaginal Births May Be Possible After Cesarean (VBAC)
We have been offering vaginal births after cesarean section (VBAC) for women who meet the qualifications since 2010. If you would like to learn more about VBAC, please call us at (603) 778-0557. If you are already a patient, talk with your healthcare provider.
You may choose to have a midwife manage your pregnancy and delivery. We are pleased to have several midwives on staff. Our midwives are highly skilled health professionals who are certified in midwifery. They provide excellent care for women through pregnancy and delivery, and also offer some alternative birthing options, such as hypnobirthing, in which the patient is taught self-hypnosis to help create a more comfortable birth.
Our midwives also offer well-woman care, such as annual exams and information on birth control. Their warm, relaxed style is often an attractive option for young women seeking their first gynecological health care provider.
Deirdre Horvath, CNM
Leighel Webb, CNM
Caroline Lasewicz, CNM
Carol Sarro, CNM
Laura Williams, CNM
Courtney Coffey, CNM
During Office Hours
Contacting Your Doctor or Midwife for Labor
Monday through Friday 8 am to 4 pm, call the office (603) 778-0557 to report labor.
After Office Hours, Weekends & Holidays
Call our answering service at (603)778-6552 and they will contact your provider and put her in touch with you.
In an emergency call 911 for assistance