Every patient is an important part of our family. That’s why we provide much more than world-class service. We offer something that you won’t find in many large medical practices.
We believe in the little things: like knowing your name. You’re not a number, you’re not a statistic, you’re not merely a voice on the other end of the phone. For us, every name represents someone who has entrusted us with her care. It’s a trust we honor every day.
Serving Women in Chapel Hill – Durham – Triangle Area for Over 40 Years
For more than 40 years, we have served women in the Triangle area, sharing the joy of little miracles and supporting them during challenges. Our board-certified physicians and certified nurse midwives bring together the personal experience and convenience of a private practice with the state-of-the-art resources found at larger organizations. While it may take months to schedule an appointment with larger practices, we can often see patients that same week.
Most importantly, we realize that medical expertise is only one facet of who we are. We believe in caring for our patients at all stages of life with uncompromised excellence. Our philosophy is to meet our patients where they are and provide the necessary time, education, and individualized care to help them make well informed decisions about their health while maintaining the highest of standards.
Whether you’re scheduling your yearly physical or you’ve just learned you’re pregnant, we want to be your medical home.
Please call us for more information or to schedule an appointment.
UWH of North Carolina and Chapel Hill Ob/Gyn recognize that as providers of women’s healthcare services we have a responsibility to provide excellent quality care for all of our patients. We also have a responsibility to condemn racism and discrimination in any form, including in systems such as law enforcement and health care.
We echo the voices asking for justice for Breonna Taylor, a Black woman and EMT in Louisville who was shot and killed in her own home by law enforcement, and George Floyd, an unarmed Black man killed by law enforcement in Minneapolis.
As a healthcare organization, we consider institutional racism a public health and women’s health crisis that yields devastating effects. The legacy of discrimination in our country contributes to ongoing disparities in health and healthcare that harm—and prematurely end-—the lives of Black women and other women of color. The traumatic effects of this are devastating for individuals, families, and their communities.
We will work alongside our colleagues in women’s health to engage in conversations and actions needed to bring about much–needed change and equity. UWH of North Carolina and Chapel Hill Ob/Gyn are committed to delivering the best care to our patients and their families. We support the recent statement of solidarity from the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Statement on Racism from the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Your Chapel Hill Ob/Gyn Team and UWH of NC Clinical Governance Board