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Little Rock Gynecology & Obstetrics Service One

Little Rock Gynecology & Obstetrics

At Little Rock Gynecology & Obstetrics, PLLC, our highly skilled physicians treat each patient with compassion and dignity. We consider it a privilege to help women as they both plan for starting a family and navigate the changes that await during pregnancy, delivery, and the post-partum period.

 Our all-female physician call schedule ensures women can be confident they will be cared for by a female provider.

  • Pre-pregnancy consultation
  • Low risk prenatal care, delivery, and post-partum services exclusively at Baptist Health Medical Center in Little Rock
  • Triage and Referral for high risk pregnancies to local Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialists
  • Supportive of Natural Childbirth, with or without doula collaboration
  • Supportive of Natural Cesarean section
  • Initial Infertility Diagnosis & Treatment as well as referral for advanced care
  • Obstetrical Ultrasound
  • Fetal Non Stress Testing

For more answers to Frequently Asked Questions, see the topics covered on the ACOG Patient Page

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COVID-19 UPDATE: As a specialty clinic we can not TEST for or TREAT COVID-19. If you feel you have been exposed to coronavirus or have any illness with fever, we recommend you contact your PCP or local ER for guidance on the closest place that can evaluate you properly. For answers to common questions, check out Dr. Christie Cobb’s recent interview with Little Rock Family magazine  You can also review recommendations on the CDC website at