Prospective Patient Information
This page is for prospective patients interested in establishing care with Advanced Ob-Gyn.
Are you currently accepting new patients?
Yes, we are typically accepting new patients for routine gynecological care, prenatal care, surgical consults, etc (some exclusions may apply). Please keep reading to learn how to become a new patient...
How do I become a new patient?
If you are pregnant, please call (616) 971-0060. Anyone seeking prenatal care must complete our screening process over the phone. This is the same for new and established patients. Because we are a small, private practice, being accepted for prenatal care is not guaranteed. We recommend calling soon after your positive pregnancy test.
If you are seeking care for something other than pregnancy, our providers require a referral. Please see our Referrals page for instructions on how to submit a referral.
If you have any questions about becoming a patient, please call (616) 971-0060.
Do you accept my insurance?
We accept most insurance plans with the exception of Medicaid. We are are not able to accept any form of Medicaid or Medicaid as secondary. Please refer to our Billing page for more information.
Do you provide primary care?
No, we are a specialty Ob-Gyn practice. Our providers cannot be your primary care provider. Even if your insurance does not require it, our practice requires that you are established with a primary care provider (and obtain a referral).
How do I become a patient for surgery or other procedures?
Our providers require a referral for surgical consultations. Before surgery or other procedures can be scheduled, you will be seen in person for a new patient visit or surgical consult. Please see our Referrals page for instructions on how to submit a referral.
“This is the place for excellent care by people who love what they do! Breck was there for the birth of 2 of my babies and Dr. John has been my OB for over 10 years and 4 babies"
“I felt heard, genuinely care for, and empowered at each visit at Advanced Ob-Gyn. If you want your care to be less 'procedural' and more human please consider midwifery services”
“Breck and Sarah were amazing with my prenatal care and delivery. I knew I wanted midwife care, but the outstanding care these women provide is exceptional”