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Obstetrics and Gynecology

  • Making Room for Your Growing Family

    Einstein's regional Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is led by division chairs Dr. David Jaspan and Dr. Arnold Cohen, named a Top Doc by Philadelphia magazine. With locations in Philadelphia and Montgomery counties, the team provides a range of services including obstetric care, high-risk pregnancy care, gynecologic services, family planning, preconception counseling, wellness for women, menopausal care and urogynecologic care.

    We couldn't be more proud of the deluxe maternity accommodations at our brand new hospital, Einstein Medical Center Montgomery, the new medical destination for central Montgomery County.

    Top technologies at both locations ensure you will be able to take advantage of the best tools available to assist your pregnancy and delivery.

    • Fetal echocardiography to evaluate the baby’s potential heart problems
    • PeriCalm Obstetrical Monitoring continuously tracks heart rate and contractions during labor
    • Non-stress and biophysical profile testing to determine the baby’s breathing, movement, muscle tone, heart rate and amniotic fluid
    • Genetic counseling to determine the likelihood of passing down genetic disorders like down syndrome, cystic fibrosis, sickle cell disease, Tay-Sachs disease, or spina bifida
    • Sophisticated electronic medical record (EMR) for scheduling appointments and checking-in/checking-out for built-in patient safety
    • Level III NICU
    • 3-D ultrasound when medically necessary
    • Text4baby for pregnant women to receive information on baby care via free text messages

    Supportive Birthing Experiences

    We offer round-the-clock physician staffing and access to midwives to tailor to your birthing needs and preferences.

    Birthing and support options include:

    • Natural births
    • Epidural anesthesia available 24 hours a day, every day
    • Cesarean sections
    • Trials of Labor after Cesarean (TOLAC) births so women who previously delivered via C-section can try a trial of labor to deliver vaginally, completing “vaginal birth after cesarean” (VBAC)
    • Lactation consultants following your child’s birth as well as breastfeeding support groups
    • Preparing for childbirth and parenting classes and support groups

    Physicians and Staff

    High-risk obstetrical services, including consultations for high risk conditions, are conducted by specially trained maternal fetal medicine specialists. Our staff of accredited physicians and midwives are here to help you prepare for and deliver your baby and answer your questions about the birthing process.

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    1.800.346.7834

    Accreditation & Partnerships


    Breastfeeding Friendly Employer Seal

    Designated by the City of Philadelphia and Maternity Care Coalition.


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