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Maternity Services at the Gaston County Health Department
Welcome to our Maternity Clinic! We are happy to be caring for you and your baby.
We will give you high-quality care and will answer all your questions during your visits. Pregnancy is a natural process, not an illness. It is normal to feel discomfort during pregnancy. To help you enjoy this special time, please:
● Keep all of your appointments and ask your provider lots of questions ● Ask about the special Centering Pregnancy Program by calling 704-862-5316 ● Read the materials you get at your visits. ● Sign up for Lamaze (childbirth) Classes by calling 704-862-5301
When you have Questions If you need answers to questions before your next visit, please call your midwife at the clinic where you receive care. If you have questions about minor problems, like a head cold, vaginal discharge or discomfort, or medication refills, please call the clinic. Call us on weekdays from 8:00 in the morning to 4:45 in the afternoon.
● To reach the Hudson Boulevard Clinic, call 704-853-5009 ● To reach Summit Midwifery and High Risk Obstetrics, call 704-853-5464
If you have an Emergeency If you have a question in the evening, on weekends, or on holidays that you feel cannot wait until our clinic opens, call us at 704-470-2512, leave your number and one of our midwives will call back. Be sure to stay by your phone and keep the line open so she can reach you. If you think you need to go to the hospital because of your pregnancy please call the midwife at 704-470-2512. Call her if:
● You have bleeding heavier than a normal period ● You have signs of early laboor ● You are in labor, and you need to know when to go to the hospital
OB Triage and the Emergency Department at Gaston Memorial Hospital These services are for people who having life-threatening problems. Please do not use them for regular care when our clinic is closed. Instead, call the midwife at 704-470-2512 and she will give you guidance about what to do. The only time you should call an ambulance is if you are having a life-threatening problem…… Then call 911. Gaston County Health Department
991 W. Hudson Blvd. ● Gastonia, NC 28052
Over-the-Counter Medications in Pregnancy
This page lists over-the-counter medications you can and cannot take during pregnancy. Be sure to avoid using any medications in your first trimester unless prescribed by your provider. Safe Medications During Pregnancy You can take the following over-the-counter medications when you are pregnant. Be sure to follow the instructions on the package and remember: avoid all medications in yoour first trimester unless prescribed or directed by your provider. Headache Heartburn Sore Throat Constipation Diarrhea Hemorrhoids Nasal Congestion Do Not Take These Medications During Pregnancy Do not take any of these medications while you are pregnant: Do not take Tylenol Flu, Tylenol Cough, or Tylenol Sinus.
Georgian Court University Drug Education and Testing Program 2006-2007 The following program is administered by the Department of Athletics. Georgian Court reserves the right to make changes to this program from time to time as needed. This program should not be construed to create a contract between student-athletes and Georgian Court. Purpose: Georgian Court is committed to
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