The Best Care for You and Your Baby

As board certified OBGYNs, we perform vaginal deliveries, cesarean sections, and offer the option of a VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean section). Click here to see our VBAC information page.

Miami MDs for Women patient

Miami MDs for Women patient

We deliver at nearby Baptist Hospital. With 24-hour access to anesthesia and the highest level of newborn care, patients can welcome their babies in a comfortable and safe environment. For more information on this world-renowned hospital, click here.

In recent years, we have seen the rate of cesarean sections skyrocket, especially here in South Florida.  While a cesarean section is sometimes needed for the safety of the mother or of the unborn child, we believe that a vaginal delivery provides many important benefits.  These may include a quicker recovery time, decreased bleeding, decreased infection, and decreased risk of injury to organs with surgery.  For this reason, we continue to offer delivery by VBAC for appropriate patients.  We also offer External Cephalic Version or ECV, a procedure that involves turning a breech baby approaching the due date, in an effort to avoid a cesarean delivery.  Click here for more information on this procedure.

For those patients seeking natural birth in a safe hospital setting, we enjoy working with many doulas from the community and have seen many women have success with hypnobirthing.

Ultimately, our goal is for mom and baby to leave the hospital healthy and happy.

Prenatal care

Pregnancy can be a bewildering experience, especially for first-time moms.  Many questions arise and sometimes friends and family can give conflicting advice.  See our Pregnancy FAQ page for answers to many of these questions.  Of course, always feel free to bring a list of questions to your next appointment.  We look forward to guiding you through this magical and mysterious process toward motherhood.

For the convenience of our patients, we are able to perform all necessary blood tests and ultrasounds at the same time as your prenatal appointment.  For high-risk pregnancies, we work closely with many well-respected perinatologists in the area.