oakland-macomb obstetrics & gynecology

Infertility Awareness

A few weeks ago, we observed National Infertility Awareness Week, and here are some lovely and informative articles and as they all say, we encourage you not to “suffer in silence.” While there is an official week, we wanted to keep awareness going all month long.

“My husband and I now, after almost three years of trying to have a second child, consider our son, Lucas our miracle baby.”

ARTICLES:

“Staying Grateful While Facing Infertility” (Parenting)

“Losing a Pregnancy: When Tears Are Not Enough” (She Knows)

MORE ARTICLES

Oakland Macomb OBGYN has two convenient locations for your convenience. Our Mission is to Provide Excellent, Comprehensive, Individualized Healthcare For Women Within a Framework of Compassion, Dignity and Service.

We are pleased to offer a complete range of obstetrical and gynecological services to women of all ages in Southeastern Michigan. Our practice includes seven physicians, three nurse midwives, one women’s health nurse practitioner and two physician assistants. Call today for an appointment or a phone consultation – 248.997.5805

Postcards from The Medical Outreach Team, Part 2

More from our Medical Outreach update came from Sally Galloway. Here is the second update from their mission.

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“Sunday – April 14, 2013

Sawubona. Greetings from South Africa.

We have arrived, all 19 people, 49 suitcases, 19 carry-ons; taking 1 bus, 3 planes, 3 vans, 2 trucks, over the course of 36 hours, but we are once again in South Africa. Thanks to all of you for your vigilant prayers for safety for this leg of the journey.

We started the day early by experiencing our first Zulu church service.  The Zulu people worship God with their beautiful voices lifted in song.  As we sat listening, we were absorbed into their worshipping.  Even though we did not understand the language, we knew we were worshipping the same God.  We felt God’s presence.  It was awesome!

Baba Mafu is a dynamic speaker.  He spoke mainly in Zulu but still we felt his passion for our Lord. At the end of the service, Baba Mafu begins a receiving line in which everyone, from the youngest to the oldest, greets each other with a handshake and a smile.  How incredible it is that we are so different from each other yet are loved and love the same Mighty God.

The afternoon was spent resting in preparation for the busy days ahead, which will begin early tomorrow, counting medication to be used at our first clinic on Wednesday. We finished the day reminded that God is not just in a building that we visit once a week for church. God is a dwelling place that we can call home. We didn’t bring Him here, He was already here. He longs for us to rest in Him and be at home with Him every moment of every day. So whether in the familiarity of our own homes in the United States, or here with our Zulu brothers and sisters in South Africa, we have realized we are home because God is here, our dwelling place.

Salani kahle (Stay well).

Karen and Deb, for the team.”

To learn more about the mission and the groups that Sally Galloway and this team represent, visit www.africachristian.org or www.actionintruth.blogspot.com

Oakland Macomb OBGYN has two convenient locations for your convenience. Our Mission is to Provide Excellent, Comprehensive, Individualized Healthcare For Women Within a Framework of Compassion, Dignity and Service.

We are pleased to offer a complete range of obstetrical and gynecological services to women of all ages in Southeastern Michigan. Our practice includes seven physicians, three nurse midwives, one women’s health nurse practitioner and two physician assistants. Call today for an appointment or a phone consultation – 248.997.5805

Word of Mouth: The Lingering Effect of Whooping Cough

It’s commonly held that people just don’t get whooping cough anymore. But, in fact, pertussis persists as a significant threat to America’s public health. We invite you to read this article feature last month in Hour Magazine by Monica Mercer.

“I’ve seen infants who are 6 weeks old die of pertussis in the hospital, and it is so heartbreaking because it is so preventable,” -Dr. Matthew Davis

Veronica McNally, featured in the article, visited our office and spoke with the staff, inspiring us all to be more diligent in everything we do at Oakland-Macomb Obstetrics & Gynecology.

Call today for an appointment or a phone consultation.

248.997.5805

Oakland Macomb OBGYN has two convenient locations for your convenience. Our Mission is to Provide Excellent, Comprehensive, Individualized Healthcare For Women Within a Framework of Compassion, Dignity and Service.

We are pleased to offer a complete range of obstetrical and gynecological services to women of all ages in Southeastern Michigan. Our practice includes seven physicians, three nurse midwives, one women’s health nurse practitioner and two physician assistants.