A virtual doctor visits you during your pregnancy.
That’s what happens to me on my first and only visit to the office.
It is a completely immersive experience.
When I walk into the office, I get a sense of freedom.
I can see and hear everything that I need to know about the unborn child, which is a major factor for a healthy pregnancy.
It’s a feeling of calm, as though I’m at home.
I also get to see a lot of the baby’s heartbeat and what it’s like to nurse it.
You feel very connected to the child and its growth and development.
In addition, I have access to a range of clinical services, from prenatal care to lactation to birth control, which are available through the Pregnancy and Childbirth Center.
You can also visit my office and ask any of my nurses questions about prenatal care, breastfeeding and birth control.
And of course, you can even ask about birth control for your own family.
I also have an office dedicated to pediatric medicine, which specializes in obstetrics and gynecology, including neonatal care.
My team is made up of some of the most qualified obstetricians in the country.
I’m so proud to be the first doctor to work for an organization that has a dedicated medical unit that offers a variety of services to pregnant women and their families.
My colleagues are experts in their fields and know what to do when you are pregnant.
And you can feel safe working with them, too.
When my first pregnancy ended, I felt so proud of what I was able to accomplish.
I have always been a nurse, and now I have a passion for making it as a doctor.
I’ve worked as a nurse for nearly 30 years.
I love helping pregnant women with any aspect of their pregnancies, including childbirth, birth control and other health care related needs.
When you work for PBC, you get to experience the joy of a healthy, active, safe pregnancy.