the Role of Ob-Gyn in Pregnancy




Dr. Victoria Bedell, Obstetrician and Gynecologist with Baptist Health South Florida, explains being an ob-gyn is nice, because they have the ability to follow a patient from just getting their period to all the way through menopause. “You follow them throughout their entire life. They start having children, they move on to grandchildren; it’s really cool, you can become very close with them and they become part of your family, too.”

Dr. Sarah Bedell, Obstetrician and Gynecologist with Baptist Health South Florida, points out at the time of the delivery, it is the most exciting moment of their life and the ob-gyn gets to be there and be part of that.

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