New OB Patient Videos

Welcome to Triangle Physicians for Women’s video resource center for new obstetrical patients.  Please select the video topic below you would like to view and make note of the code that appears at the end of each video so we can document that you have watched it. Routine OB Care Video Rhogam Video Prenatal Testing…

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Patient Information from Triangle Physicians for Women

Confidentiality Confidentiality is a keystone of our practice. Any time you speak with one of our doctors, nurses, or midwives, you can be sure that the conversation, your fears, and your concerns are kept in the strictest of confidence. Triangle Physicians for Women adheres to the strict HIPAA (Healthcare Information Portability and Privacy Act) standards…

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Summary of Obstetric Visits

Routine prenatal care consists of approximately 14 prenatal visits. These visits are spaced out throughout your pregnancy. Typical prenatal visits consist of asking certain screening obstetric questions, checking your blood pressure,hecking your urine for glucose and protein, measuring your belly, listening for the fetal heart beat and answering your pregnancy questions and concerns. Some visits…

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Policies

Our office is open Monday through Thursday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and Friday from 8:00 am to noon. However, we offer 24-hour on-call coverage in the case of an emergency situation. View Our Policies

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Preoperative Instructions

Having surgery requires preparation.  As a result, there are certain things that need to be done to ensure optimal safety and preparation.

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Postpartum Care

Congratulations on the birth of your new baby!   We have enjoyed being a part of your pregnancy.  As with pregnancy, the postpartum period brings significant physical and emotional changes, and recovery from childbirth typically takes 6-8 weeks.  We hope this information proves useful in your transition to motherhood, but if you have unanswered questions,…

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Privacy Policy

Triangle Physicians for Women values the importance of maintaining the privacy of your individually identifiable health information (IIHI). When you visit our practice, we will create records regarding your health and the treatment and services we provide. We are required to maintain the confidentiality of health information that specifically identifies you. We are also required…

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Medical Records

Obtaining medical records requires that you sign a medical records release. This can be done at our office or at the office of your next provider. We provide this service to you or your future doctor at no charge.

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Fees

Information about our fees, accepted methods of payment and forms.

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Insurance

At Triangle Physicians for Women, we accept a variety of insurance plans. If we participate with your insurance company, we will require you to pay your deductible or co-payment at the time of treatment, and we’ll file your claim for you. If we do not participate with your insurance company, you will be required to…

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Disclaimer

Although our website is that of a medical practice, please do not use any of the information found here in lieu of seeing a professional. To the best of our knowledge, the information provided here is true and accurate. However, some of the content may not be as current as possible. Please contact our office…

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HIPAA

Information for understanding our legal requirements pertaining to your personal information.

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Hospital Affiliations

At Triangle Physicians for Women, we are affiliated with WakeMed Cary Hospital and Rex Surgery Center of Cary. We chose to work with WakeMed because of their family-first. Here, mothers giving birth are able to make choices during labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum care. WakeMed also has a highly-skilled team of professionals who are prepared…

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