<span class="line1">A Different Kind of Care</span><br><span class="line2">Your Madison OBGYN Clinic</span>
Clinic Update as of June 2, 2021
Following Dane County lifting all public health orders on June 2, Madison Women’s Health will have updated guidelines starting June 2. Please read the following guidelines:
* Anyone entering the clinic must still be masked.
* Patients may bring one support person over the age of 16 to any appointment and must answer NO to the Covid Screening questions as well as the patient.
* Any children must be in a stroller or carrier.
* You no longer have to call from your vehicle to check in. You can check-in at the lobby. While in the lobby, please remain masked and socially distanced from anyone not in your family. Our coffee & water machines remain closed.
Other exciting MWH news:
We have implemented the Well App text and call confirmations. Patients will receive a text message or call about their appointments. Please read the messages carefully. Patients currently can only confirm yes (y) or no (n) on appointments. We do not have two-way texting at this time.
To help our staff prepare for your upcoming appointment, we are asking patients to use the E-Check In in your MyUnityPoint.
Madison Women’s Health has been by my side every step of the way for all three of my pregnancies and births. The support provided through MWH promoted positive wellness for myself and for each one of my babies. A huge shout out to Dr. Kate Sample for delivering all three of my children! My family […]
The care I receive at Madison Women’s Health is above and beyond. I have never trusted my health care team as much as I do when in their care.
I felt lucky and in great hands. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!
I absolutely love Dr. Wiedel, she is amazing. I recommend her to everyone I know!
Highly recommend all mommies to be to here!
Exceptional doctors, nurses and staff, exceptional care!
There are not enough words to express how wonderful Dr. Beth Wiedel is.
Your due date is getting closer. Your baby’s nursery is coming together. You’ve oohed and aahed over all the cute little baby things showing up. (Hello, baby showers and online shopping!) You’re ready to meet your little one and bring baby home!
The final step is to make sure you’re ready for your stay at the hospital where you will birth your baby. Pack a spare backpack or carry-on suitcase with your hospital essentials by Week 36. Keep it in an easy-to-access place at home.
Here’s our list of “essentials” and “extra” things most moms bring to the hospital (or wish they had) for baby’s birth.