The safety of our patients and their families are of the upmost importance to us at Cedar Rapids OBGYN Specialists. With this in mind, we have updated our ultrasound guest policy and will no longer be allowing any children under the age of 14 into the ultrasound rooms.
We will be closed in observance of Labor Day Monday September 5th. We will resume regular business hours on Tuesday September 6th. Have a safe holiday!
The clinic will be closed for the 4th of July Holiday on Monday. We will resume business as normal on Tuesday July 5th. During the holiday weekend we will have a provider on call for emergencies, as usual. Have a fun and safe Holiday!
Flu shots are now available for everyone! The expertly trained OB Gyns at Cedar Rapids OB Gyn are excited to announce that flu shots are now available and want to encourage patients to get their annual flu shot. Questions about getting the flu shot?
Our office will be closed on Monday, September 6 in observance of Labor Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, September 7.
Breastfeeding for some mothers can have its challenges. Sometimes there are bumps in the road, such as a blocked milk duct. If not treated promptly and appropriately, a blocked milk duct can progress into mastitis, which is an infection in the breast tissue.
It is with sadness that we are announcing Dr. Deer’s move from Cedar Rapids OBGYN Specialists to a practice in Naperville, IL, effective June 16, 2021. Her husband acquired a position and she will be joining him on his new adventure.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Facts Not Fear Human coronaviruses are common throughout the world. However, the latest coronavirus disease (COVID-19) that began in December 2019 is a novel virus, which means it has not been previously identified in humans. COVID-19 is a respiratory disease that has been detected in almost 70 locations internationally.
Please be aware that Cedar Rapids Ob Gyn Specialists will feature special holiday hours for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years!
The Cedar Rapids OB/GYN Specialists office will be closed in honor of the Labor Day holiday.