All Seasons Tooele  obgyn

(435) 843-2576
196 East 2000 North, Suite 104
Tooele, UT 84074

 
 
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Tooele Obstetrical Services

 

Our dedication to excellence in care during pregnancy, labor, and delivery, means that we will keep you surrounded by one of the best medical teams available in the region. During your pregnancy we will closely monitor your progress to ensure the best possible quality of care.

We provide a large selection of prenatal services for pregnant women, from routine care for the healthy mother, to the most sophisticated care for the complicated pregnancy. We work together with maternal fetal medicine specialists to provide care for high-risk pregnancies. These specialists can perform CVS, amniocentesis, percutaneous umbilical cord sampling, Level II Ultrasound, and Doppler Flow studies. Prenatal consultations and preconception counseling are also available.

  • Preconceptional counseling and genetic testing

  • Routine prenatal care

  • Management of abnormal intrauterine pregnancy

  • Management of ectopic pregnancy

  • Gestational trophoblastic disease

  • Antepartum genetic counseling

  • Fetal Imaging

  • Radiology

  • Deliveries at Mountain West Medical Center

  • Cord blood collection for cord blood banking

  • Our experience also enables us to provide Obstetrical care for women with obstetrical or medical complications, such as:

  • Hypertension

  • Preterm birth

  • Postterm pregnancy

  • Fetal growth disorders

  • Multifetal gestation

  • Reproductive tract abnormalities

  • Cardiovascular disease

  • Pulmonary disorders

  • Thromboembolic disorders

  • Renal disorders

  • Gastrointestinal disorders

  • Hematologic and immunologic disorders

  • Diabetes

  • Thyroid disorders

  • Neurologic disorders

  • Neoplastic diseases

  • Infectious and sexually transmitted diseases

  • Recurrent pregnancy loss

  • Cervical incompetence

  • Abnormal placentation



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