Patient Resource List

Why You Need Primary Care and a Gynecologist

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Why You Need Primary Care and a Gynecologist

Jill F. Sternquist, M.D., FACOG  |  Obstetrics and Gynecology – OB/GYN Obstetrics and Gynecology – OB/GYN – Vermillion

How often should you see your OBGYN? The general recommendation is that most women visit their gynecologist at least once a year. These annual visits are designed to provide regular screenings and tests to keep you in good health.

Pregnancy and the Older Woman

Jill F. Sternquist, M.D., FACOG  |  Obstetrics and Gynecology – OB/GYN Obstetrics and Gynecology – OB/GYN – Vermillion

What is it they say? 30 is the new 20. 40 is the new 30. It may work when it comes to fashion and attitude, but numbers don’t lie when it comes to age and fertility.

Checklist for Health: Wellness Visits and Immunizations for Children Birth to 4 Years

Making sure your child follows the checklist for health will keep them up to date with wellness checks and immunizations.

Calendar of Important Milestones for Well-Checks: Ages 5 to 18 Years Old

Making sure your child follows the checklist for health will keep them up to date with wellness checks and immunizations.

Telemedicine During Covid-19

David W. Withrow, M.D.  |  Pediatrics

Staying Current with Your Healthcare Needs

Dawn M. Larson, M.D.  |  Pediatrics

What To Do When You Are Feeling Unwell During Covid-19 Pandemic

Byron Nielsen, M.D.  |  Preparing For COVID-19

Shoulder, Ankle or Knee Injuries in Athletes

Brent Adams, M.D., ABOS  |  Orthopedic Surgery

Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair

Brent Adams, M.D., ABOS  |  Orthopedic Surgery

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