Monday, November 21, 2011

Ask the Obstetrician

Los Robles Hospital and 
The Pump Station and Nurtury™ present
ASK THE OBSTETRICIAN

Are you pregnant or planning a pregnancy? 
If so, don’t miss this chance for you and your partner 
to ask three local Obstetricians anything you wish. 
Your questions will guide the discussion. 

Westlake Village: January 25th, 2012 from 6:30pm - 8:00pm
  • Dr. Troy Williams
  • Dr. Cheryl Geer
  • Dr. Gladys Negron
Here are some possible topics:
  • Are there special tests I should have before becoming pregnant? During my pregnancy?
  • What safety precautions should I consider while pregnant?
  • Are there foods/activities I need to avoid before conceiving or while pregnant?
  • Can I have a flu shot or whooping cough shot during my pregnancy?
  • Is natural childbirth a possibility?
  • Should I consider elective Cesarean rather than vaginal birth
  • Can a woman safely attempt a vaginal birth after having a Cesarean?
  • Is a birth doula something I should consider having?
Refreshments will be served. $10 per couple. Space is limited to 14 couples. Register today by Westlake Village: 805-777-7179.
    Our Obstetrician Panel

    Dr. Troy Williams, MD
    Teaching in Westlake Village

    As a Catholic OBGYN practicing in Westlake Village and performing deliveries at Los Robles Medical Center, Dr. Troy Williams has been a part of our community for the past 4 years. He has a 4th grader at St. Paschal Baylon and also a kindergardner. His wife of 11 years is also his Office Manager, Nurse Supervisor, and a Minister of Holy Communion. Dr. Williams is a volunteer at the Conejo Valley Women's Resource Center in T.O. and the Ventura County Crisis Pregnancy Center. His solo practice Obstetrics & Gynecology practice is state of the art and offers early morning, evening, and even Saturday morning office visits for working women. For more information please contact him at (818)597-9300 or at www.DrTroyWilliams.com
     

































    2 comments:

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