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Obstetrics (OB) Clinic

Due to current staffing issues, Naval Health Clinic Oak Harbor’s (NHCOH) Northwest Beginnings labor and delivery unit is referring all pregnant patients in labor, or who need to be assessed for labor, to local civilian hospitals for their care and treatment.

The health and safety of our patients is our topmost priority and we are working closely with our health care partners in the community to ensure a smooth transition, which includes the ability for our providers to perform deliveries at local hospitals, for all of our patients affected by this change. Our Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN) clinic remains open for all prenatal appointments, which will continue as scheduled.

Patients with questions or concerns regarding their care may call the OB/GYN clinic during normal operating hours, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at 360-257-9761. After hours and on weekends, patients should contact our Northwest Beginnings Triage Advice Line at 360-257-9111 with any questions or before arriving at NHCOH for unscheduled care.

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to ensure the best care possible for our families, whether that’s at our clinic or with one of local hospital partners.

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (closed on weekends and all federal holidays)
All initial appointments and follow-up care is scheduled by contacting the clinic.  Please allow three business days for receipt of initial routine OB consults.  All new OB patients are required to complete and return the intake forms no less than three business days prior to the initial OB appointment with the clinic nurse.  
(360) 257-9761
From the front entrance, proceed directly past the Quarter Deck, down the main corridor to hallway 4.  The clerk's office is located just outside of the clinic door.  Upon check-in please have a seat in the waiting areas, adjacent to the clerk’s office, where a member of our team will greet you and escort you to your room for your appointment with the provider.
Scope of Care:
From your first Obstetric (OB) visit, until your child is born our caring and highly experienced staff is here to ensure a wonderful experience for you and your family during this very special time.  From routine OB healthcare to high-risk OB care, you may expect and will receive the best care possible.  Your first OB visit will be with one of our highly trained and experienced Nurses between week’s eight and ten.  This appointment is important and ensures your complete medical, surgical, and familial genetic histories are documented prior to your initial OB physical exam with the Physician that occurs between week 10 and 12.  The Nurse will discuss some of the aspects of the pregnancy, provide educational materials, answer questions you may have regarding any of our outstanding team members, and/or the facilities supporting Women’s Health services.
Links of Interest:
New OB Patient Education Packet – This packet contains important points of contact, educational materials, and resources pertinent to enhance your OB care experience.
OB/GYN Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE) – Patients are encouraged to complete the online OB Customer Service Survey each time you visit our facility, especially if you observe a difference in the care received, whether positive or negative.  Feedback from our OB patients is extremely important in assisting our team to make a positive and lasting impression of our facility and most importantly your maternity care.
Women's Health – The federal government’s source for Women's Health information.
CDC Women's Health Website – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website has a variety of topics and information addressing the advancement of Women's Health and Safety.
U.S. FDA Women – The U.S. Food & Drug Administration website contains a wide variety of women’s health topics, programs, and other educational resources.
Uniform Business Office – For any questions concerning insurance.
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