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Obstetrics and Gynecology

A clinician wearing a PPE mask and a white coat and holding a model of a uterus sits next to a patient, also wearing a PPE mask.

MIT Medical’s Obstetrics and Gynecology Service offers a wide range of healthcare services, including in-person prenatal and gynecological visits, obstetrics, and birth control appointments.

Overview

MIT Medical’s Obstetrics and Gynecology Service is available for in-person prenatal visits and gynecological visits, including birth control appointments. 

The Obstetrics and Gynecology Service offers a wide range of healthcare services for women including:

  • Gynecology: Working with Mount Auburn Hospital physicians and certified nurse midwives, MIT Medical’s obstetricians, gynecologists, and nurse practitioners provide complete gynecologic care. Services include exams for abnormal Pap tests, menstrual problems, pelvic pain, infections, infertility, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and gynecologic cancers. Other services include annual exams, family planning, contraception consults, breast exams, Pap tests, mammography, pregnancy testing and counseling, and menopause counseling.
  • Obstetrics: MIT Medical obstetricians, gynecologists, and nurse practitioners and Mount Auburn Hospital physicians and certified nurse midwives work together to provide complete prenatal care, including pregnancy testing, birth planning, and health education, as well as necessary tests, support, and encouragement. Physicians who specialize in maternal/fetal medicine are available for women who have special medical or genetic concerns or who face high-risk pregnancies.

The Birthplace

The Mount Auburn Birthplace combines care, compassion, and technology to offer parents-to-be and families a cozy and comfortable setting for births. Mothers stay in one room through labor, delivery, and recovery, and rooms are equipped with private baths and showers; some rooms have jacuzzis. If necessary, cesarean section rooms are immediately adjacent, as are anesthesiologists who are in-house 24 hours a day. Pediatricians and neonatal nurses are also in-house 24 hours a day for babies who require special care following delivery. Alternative birth experiences are also available, including birthing chairs, birthing balls, hypnobirthing, doulas, and water births.

E23, fourth floor
M–F, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

An on-call clinician is available by phone 24-hours a day.

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MIT students

Individuals enrolled in the MIT Student Health Insurance Plan (MIT SHIP)

Individuals with a PCP at MIT Medical

Retirees

Care Providers

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Accepting New Patients

Resources & Links

Community Wellness at MIT Medical

MIT Spouses & Partners Connect

Podcast: Prenatal Care at MIT Medical

Podcast: Midwifery at MIT Medical

Primary Care

Women’s Health

See also:

My 9 months: Advice on what to do before and during your pregnancy to help you have a healthy baby, sponsored by the March of Dimes. (Bilingual Spanish and English magazine)