The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is committed to caring for a woman’s health throughout her lifetime. Our physicians are innovative leaders in shaping the future of health care delivery through research and the education of future doctors. We provide the most advanced, complete women’s health care in the Midlands. Whether you are a mother-to-be or in need of an annual well-woman exam, our practice has the depth of expertise you require to feel good about your health care. We are dedicated to caring for you at every stage of your development as a woman, not only when you are sick but also when you are well. Each woman is unique in her own way and benefits from personalized, quality care by physicians who are experts in their field.
As both physicians and medical educators, our doctors are in tune with the complex nature of women’s health and are taking charge of the latest advances in medical treatments for a host of women’s issues. Our clinical services include:
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at USC
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of South Carolina offers a full range of obstetric and gynecologiccare and participates in the training of medical students and residents specializing in obstetrics and gynecology through an affiliation with Palmetto Health Richland. We're proud of our faculty, which includes physicians with specific interests in menopause, reproductive endocrinology, gynecologic oncology, maternal-fetal medicine, pediatric / adolescent gynecology, laparoscopy, and urogynecology. Consultative services are available to assist practitioners as well as patients with medical problems that aren't encountered on a routine basis. We look forward to serving you as we strive to continue improving the health of women throughout our state.
How to select an ob-gyn in Columbia SC
Selecting a good OB-GYN in Columbia SC is one of the most important health concerns for any woman who has entered adulthood.
There are many ways to find a OB-GYN in Columbia SC. Find out from your insurance company if they have a listing of respectable physicians in your area. College students can check with their local health center, and some colleges even have a resident OB-GYN on location. The best resource is your family and friends; they can suggest an OB-GYN with whom they have an extensive medical background, which will give you lots of information about their practices and professionalism.