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Detroit Area Obstetricians

At Hutzel Women’s Health Specialists, our caring and dedicated Detroit area OBGYNs offer complete obstetrical care.

Beginning with preconception counseling, throughout your pregnancy, labor and delivery, and taking you through postpartum, our OBGYNs and obstetric nurses are by your side.

With three offices in the Detroit area to serve you – Midtown, Hamtramck and Warren – our obstetricians are just minutes away from almost every major hospital in the Wayne County & Macomb County area.

Childbirth is a miracle that is the most important event in a woman’s life. Our compassionate and experienced obstetricians offer the latest advancements in obstetric care to help ensure the health, happiness and comfort of both you and your baby.

Obstetrics Services in Detroit, Warren, Hamtramck, MI | Hutzel Women’s Health Specialists

Preconception Counseling

When you decide it’s time to start a family, it’s wise to make an appointment for preconception counseling. We will discuss your family history and your current health to determine any factors that may make conception difficult or present risks during pregnancy. We want to ensure that your pregnancy is happy and healthy. If indicated, genetic screening will be performed and any vaccinations that are needed will be given.

Your doctor will provide prescriptions for prenatal vitamins with folic acid in addition to nutritional information and exercise advice for a safe, healthy pregnancy.

Obstetric 3D Ultrasound of Baby

Rather than offer a doppler ultrasound that leaves you guessing what part of your baby you are viewing, a 3D obstetric ultrasound appears almost as clear as a photograph! By taking several images in a series, a computer can render a 3D image within minutes. This is not only gratifying for the parents, but it is also a diagnostic tool. Spina bifida, cleft lip or palate, heart abnormalities, and other defects can be visualized early on so that doctors are ready to treat the baby after birth. Some doctors have put forth the theory that maternal bonding with the fetus is psychologically stronger with the enhanced visualization of the baby.

Prenatal Care

During your pregnancy, you will be scheduled for regular office visits for examinations, occasional blood tests, and ultrasounds to monitor your baby’s health and development. At each visit, we will discuss what to expect during the next stage of pregnancy, including the delivery process.

High Level Ultrasound

Ultrasound imaging is performed several times during pregnancy. High-level ultrasound is more detailed and targeted. The doctor can more accurately visualize the baby’s organs, including heart and lungs, to identify any potential problems.

OB High Risk Care

We take pride in our services for women with high-risk pregnancies. Fetal monitoring, obstetrical ultrasound, and antenatal testing assist in ensuring that the potential for complications is caught and monitored or treated early. Our goal is to keep mother and baby as safe as possible.

OBGYN Labor, Delivery & Postpartum Care

As you approach your due date, we will provide information and educational opportunities for you to prepare for labor and delivery. Every woman’s labor and delivery is slightly different, so we cannot predict exactly how yours will be. Our goal is for you to be prepared for a vaginal delivery or a c-section.

After delivery, we will see you in the hospital during your recovery to make sure you and your baby are as healthy as possible before you go home. Your follow up appointment schedule is dependent upon whether your delivery is vaginal or c-section.

Get In Touch With Us!

At Hutzel Women’s Health Specialists, our Obstetricians’ goal is to provide you with the education and care you need for a healthy pregnancy and delivery.


Questions? Contact our OBGYNs

COVID – 19 Update

Hutzel Women’s Health Specialists continues to follow the CDC (Center for Disease Control) guidelines related to the COVID-19 outbreak. We are taking every precaution to protect our patients and staff, which includes all patients must wear mask while in the office and not allowing visitors at this time.

If you have an appointment and have tested positive in the last two weeks or have a cough, fever, or shortness of breath, please call the office prior to coming in for your appointment.

In the event you do not wish to come in to the office, we are still offering tele-med appointments for your convenience. Please call us to schedule your TeleHealth appointment today. We are accepting new patients, so you do not have to be a current patient to make an appointment. 

Once you schedule your time, simply go to TeleHealth Appointment 5 minutes before your appointment time and check in to our virtual waiting room.

We will continue to provide updates as needed. Stay safe!