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To make a GYN appt. you will first need to get a referral from your PCM. If active duty: To make an OB appt. you will need a referral from your PCM after having a confirmed positive pregnancy test.
For Family members: To make an OB appt. you will need a referral from your network PCM after having a confirmed positive pregnancy test or if you have an on base PCM and have a positive home pregnancy test.
You have choices where you receive your OB care:
- Women's Health Center at CRDAMC or option 2
- Family Practice Clinic at CRDAMC or option 1
- Off-post provider; you will need to switch to TRICARE Standard for this option. If you are interested in this option please go to the TRICARE office for more information.
- Non-availability statements are issued to women who have an OB complication that is beyond the level of care that can be offered here at CRDAMC.
Call the Women's Health Clinic at 288-8109, to request an appointment. Your first (intake) appointment is usually done between 8-10 weeks of pregnancy. Your first visit will be with a Registered Nurse (RN). The RN will go through all of your paperwork. Your OB chart will be started, you will be sent to the lab for all routine new OB testing, and you will be set up with a nutrition appointment. If you are active duty and need a profile, you will be given a pregnancy profile at this appointment.
Your next visit will be for your physical examination. This appointment is usually between 10-12 weeks of pregnancy. At this appointment you will have a complete examination that may include a pap smear. The results of your lab work will be reviewed with you. Usually an order for an anatomy scan ultrasound will be placed at this visit. After the appointment you will be able to schedule an ultrasound to be done around 18-22 weeks of pregnancy.
Acute Care Appointments
If you are experiencing a problem and need urgent care, you may be seen for an acute care appointment if one or more of the following applies to you:
- Less than 8 weeks after childbirth
- Have had surgery or a clinic procedure by one of our OB/GYN physicians within the last 30 days
To schedule an acute care appointment call 288-8133, Monday – Friday (no Holidays or training holidays) from 7 a.m. – 9 a.m. except Thursdays 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. After 9 a.m., any remaining appointments will be scheduled for the same day or the next day if necessary.
Patients are given appointment times in the Acute Care Clinic to help decrease wait times. Please remember that acute care appointments are partly triaged based. If a woman walks in with a problem that threatens her pregnancy, she may be moved before other patients with less serious complications.
page last modified on: 5/7/2013