Women's Health includes OB-GYN care as well as fitness, breast health, concerns pertaining to motherhood and more. The following resources are available to help when you need more information on a variety of women's health topics.
Text4baby and Smartphone Applications
We are pleased to promote text4baby, the first free texting service that provides health information to pregnant women and throughout the baby's first year. These messages focus on many important topics surrounding maternal and infant health, such as nutrition, common illnesses, emotional health, birth defect prevention, signs of labor, breastfeeding, immunization and more. Text4baby also connects women to health services by including the phone numbers to relevant national hotlines. For a free subscription, text BABY (or BEBE for Spanish) to 511411.
In addition, many eHealth tools and apps are available for smartphone users. View the complete libraries of Health and Wellness apps for Android, iPhone and BlackBerry.
Additional Websites for Women's Health Information:
Lawrence OB-GYN Specialists contracts with major insurance carriers and files claims with all insurance companies. To confirm that we are contracted providers with your plan, please call your insurance carrier or visit their website. At your first visit, we will secure any information regarding co-payments, co-insurance, and/or deductible amounts that will be your responsibility.
If you have questions about insurance coverage or billing procedures, please call our business office at 785-505-4973 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
If you have no insurance, or your insurance doesn't cover our OB-GYN charges, please make arrangements to pay on the day of service unless prior financial arrangements have been made with our business office.
For most OB-GYN services and procedures, we accept cash, personal checks, Visa and MasterCard. In addition to our physician charges, you may receive separate bills for the following:
- Laboratory tests
- Hospital or outpatient facility services
- Anesthesia, if you receive general anesthesia or if it was necessary for an anesthesia provider to be available during a surgical procedure
- Pathology, if tissue or specimens were removed during a surgical procedure
Any questions regarding these services should be directed to their respective billing offices.