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Procedures and Services

Atrium Medical Center’s (Atrium) Maternal Child Health Center (MCHC) focuses on the medical procedures and services that women and children need. From gynecological and pregnancy care to routine wellness checks, we’re there for the community. MCHC provides a “medical home” for our pediatric patients from birth to 18 years of age.

Services for Women

Atrium’s MCHC provides gynecological and pregnancy services including:

  • Annual preventative exams i.e. pelvic exams, or “pap smears”, breast examinations
  • Mammogram referral
  • Gynecological care and information
  • Preconception counseling
  • Sexually transmitted disease evaluation and treatment
  • Birth Control
  • Sterilization
  • Smoking cessation referrals
  • Health education
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Prenatal care for low risk mothers
  • Prenatal care for high risk mothers i.e. gestational diabetes, hypertension, preterm labor, advanced maternal age
  • 17-P administration referrals 
  • Childbirth education classes
  • Breastfeeding support and education
  • Minor office procedures i.e. Colposcopy, biopsy, LEEP
  • Influenza and Tdap immunizations

Services for Children

Atrium’s MCHC offers compassionate, comprehensive care to children from birth to 18 years of age. Children are examined and treated by highly experienced pediatricians or pediatric nurse practitioners. We provide

  • Routine preventative exams
  • Sick child visits
  • Immunizations
  • Sport and school physicals
  • Lab screenings
  • Vision screening
  • Hearing screening
  • Minor office procedures i.e. ear irrigations, wart removal
  • Preventative health and nutritional education
  • Education in infant, child, and adolescent growth and development, and child safety
    • Safe sleep, car seat safety, immunization education, developmental milestones
  • Dental Varnish

The staff at Atrium’s MCHC encourages parents to be a part of their child’s visits and always welcomes questions pertaining to the child's health.