has added Obesity Medicine Care
THE BCWH 2020
WOMEN’S WELLNESS CHALLENGE
1. MONTHLY BIGGEST LOSER. To
participate for the month you must pay one dollar. On the first day
of the next month will calculate the daily weight loss for
participants and multiply that number by 10. The biggest loser will
Effective June 1, 2020, Drs. Barbara Patridge and Judith Varnau are hereby announcing Brown County Women’s Health (BCWH) will no longer be providing maternity care. This means your due date must be before May 15, 2020. OB care will be referred to other physicians in the geographical area. Anyone can still come to our office for confirmation of pregnancy, and we will assist you in determining where you may wish to go for OB care. BCWH will continue to see women and adolescents for their well-women exams, birth control care, and GYN issues, including gynecological surgeries, and other related in-office procedures. Thank you for allowing us the joy of sharing the miracle of birth for over 30 years.
Our location is at 864 South Main Street in Georgetown:
As of 1 Oct 2018, a $20 fee will be charged if you make an appointment and fail to come or call before 24 hours of your appointment time. You will need to pay the $20 charge before another appointment is scheduled. There will also be a $25 charge for any FMLA or disability forms that need to be completed. Your insurance will not pay this fee.
We are using Electronic Medical Records (EMR). This allows you to
view parts of your medical records, request refills, and make or
request appointments after office hours on line by clicking on the
hyperlink immediately below this line (highlighted in yellow).
care for OB and GYN patients. Deliveries will be done at Anderson
Mercy. Surgeries are still performed at Anderson Mercy
Any Questions? Please E-Mail:
or call: 937-378-7130
Our vision is to
be recognized as the area leader in women’s healthcare throughout
our community and the surrounding areas.
In this non-profit
organization our mission is to provide high quality and personal
healthcare to women in our community and to deliver service at a
Meets or Exceeds Expectations.
Integrity, honesty, caring, patient focused.
To receive quality OB/GYN care regardless of your age, sex, religion, national origin, sexual preference, disability, health status, or ability to pay; to be treated with respect by all BCWH personnel; to personal privacy of any discussions, consultations, examinations, and/or treatment regarding your care; to be seen in a safe and clean environment.
To schedule and keep doctor
appointments or call to cancel an appointment in a timely manner; to
notify BCWH of any changes in contact information or insurance
coverage; to ask questions when you do not understand explanations
about your care or our services; to be responsible for your actions
and let us know if you refuse treatment or do not follow physician's
instructions; BCWH expects all patients to conduct themselves in a
courteous manner with all others present within BCWH offices.