Best Obstetrician Office: Women's Health Specialists
If ever there were anyone in a position to praise the care she received from Women's Health Specialists it would be Victoria Zazueta.
The prenatal and obstetrical health care provider has been caring for her for the past 12 years and during the births of each of her six children.
Don't expect a short answer if you ask her what she likes about Women's Health Specialist, because there's no one single, simple answer. “It's just too hard to pinpoint one thing,” she says.
Zazueta likes Women's Health Specialists for a variety of reasons.
For one, there's the staff. “I think the doctors, and the doctors are always really good, they're really friendly. They're all good, and they work really hard for you.”
If ever she's had an emergency, she's been able to get in to Women's Health the same day for an appointment, she said. And the staff of Women's Health has always worked closely with her primary care physician to make sure each is aware of all relevant questions relating to her care, she said.
“They're just really meticulous. They really care about you. It was like everyone was watching me.”
Zazueta concedes she has gone to other providers but she's always come back to Women's Health Specialists.
She's not the only satisfied patient. Women's Health was named by respondents in Yuma's Best, the Yuma Sun's poll of readers' favorite businesses and services, as Best Obstetrician Clinic in the area in 2010.
“I think it's fabulous, it's wonderful,” Stephanie Wyman, a registered nurse with Women's Health Specialists, said of the recognitions. “I think we're all trying to do the very best for our patients and in meeting their needs.”
Located at 2911 S. 8th Ave., Women's Health Specialists brings together seven physicians, a midwife, nurse-practitioner and nurses to provide prenatal and obstetrical care, Wyman said.
In her first visit to the clinic, Wyman said, the expectant mother will learn how Women's Health Specialists will provide her prenatal care and what she can expect from pregnancy. The mother's visits to the clinic will be monthly during the first and second trimesters and then become more frequent as she comes closer to the due date.
Apart from the regular in-office appointments, an expectant mother can make use of what Wyman calls a “nursing triage,” in which she can call Women's Health Specialists to speak to a nurse about any questions she may have about her pregnancy.
On its website, www.whsaz.com, Women's Health Specialist also maintains an information library with links to other Internet sites that patients can consult for answers to other questions about their health. The Women's Health Specialists site also has a patient portal that can be used to make appointments, fill prescriptions and make payments.
Aside from obstetrical care, Women's Health Care Specialists provide gynecological care, bone density scanning, mammograms, infertility treatment and birth control options, as well as cosmetic care such as hair removal, light-based skin treatment and Botox and Juvederm injections.
For more information visit the website or call 783-3050.