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Prenatal Care: Why is it Important?

When it comes to prenatal care, scheduling visits with your physician are an important part of pregnancy. After all, your Labor and Delivery isn't the only factor that goes into your pregnancy.

Prenatal Visits are Important for the Patient and Provider

The prenatal visits provide an opportunity to develop a relationship with your physician, as well as the nursing staff. In some cases, there can be a lot of complications that arise during pregnancy that need to be addressed. It's also important to know that not everything is always straightforward and easy, like remembering to take your prenatal vitamins.

That's where we come in! To help make your pregnancy experience easier and more straightforward, please learn more about CHI Health's Prenatal Care services!


Peggy Jones, MD, FACOG
Peggy Jones, MD, FACOG

Dr. Peggy Jones is a doctor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at CHI Health Clinic Women's Health (Bellevue & La Vista). To learn more about Dr. Jones, please visit her provider profile.

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