At Reynolds Memorial Obstetrics and Gynecology, we’re dedicated to providing comprehensive health services to women of all ages. From a young woman’s first visit, through family planning, pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, and more, our board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist provides attentive, compassionate care.
- Preventative health maintenance
- Gynecological services
- Care for gynecological disorders
- Routine obstetrical care
The clinic is located on the 3rd Floor of Reynolds Memorial Hospital. To schedule an appointment, call 304-843-1100.
Reynolds Memorial Hospital recently re-opened its labor and delivery unit. The Women’s and Newborn Center is an extension of WVU Medicine Children’s, with access to all of the same resources, including telemedicine to connect to sub-specialists. Reynolds is now the home base for women and children in the Northern Panhandle.
Childbirth Preparation Class
The Women’s & Newborn Center at Reynolds Memorial Hospital is here to help you prepare for this exciting change in your life!
With our Childbirth Preparation Class, our certified instructors educate expecting mothers and coaches on the birthing process. The class is designed to make patients aware of their healthcare options, so you can make the best decisions for your childbirth experience.
Frequently Asked Questions:
When should I take the class? Third trimester.
When is the class offered? The class is typically offered every other month on the first Saturday from 9 am – 3 pm. Dates are subject to change. To register, complete and return this form or call 304-221-4568.
How much does the class cost? The cost of the class is $75. This fee covers class materials as well as drinks, snacks, and lunch. Some private insurance companies may reimburse for the class. Check with your insurance provider prior to the class. Medicaid will not cover the cost of the class.
What should I bring to class? Participants will need to bring two pillows. Wear comfortable clothing.