Personalized Family Care
The decision to start or expand your family is exciting. Selecting the right doctor to care for you and your child is one of the most important decisions you’ll make. At The Gabrielson Clinic for Women, we understand the importance of selecting your caregiver.
From prenatal care to labor and delivery and postpartum support, our experienced team provides comprehensive care, compassion, and a friendly environment to have a healthy and safe delivery for both mom and baby.
We believe in the education and support of all of our patients. We offer prenatal classes as well as regular prenatal visits and prenatal testing and screenings to identify any possible health complications during pregnancy.
The Gabrielson Clinic for Women has state-of-the-art 2D and 3D ultrasound systems to provide detailed images obtained by highly experienced sonographers who re all registered by the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS).
A pregnancy is considered high-risk if there is an increased chance for the baby or the mother to have a health condition. A high-risk pregnancy does not mean a complicated pregnancy or delivery, but rather special and more frequent attention is paid to the expecting mother. If you have or have had medical conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer or previously complicated pregnancies, you may be considered high-risk.
Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC)
Many women who have had a cesarean, or C-section delivery, are able to have a VBAC without any complications. The Gabrielson Clinic for Women does offer VBAC delivery. Discuss your wishes for a VBAC with your Gabrielson Clinic provider and include in your birth plan.
Delivery Location Options
OB patients of Dr. Gabrielson and Dr. Hill will deliver at Iowa Specialty Hospital in Clarion. OB patients of Dr. McIntire may deliver at either Iowa Specialty Hospital in Clarion or Boone County Hospital in Boone
To view the hospitals' maternity centers, please click on the link below for a virtual tour.
Postpartum Depression Support
More than 3 million women suffer from postpartum depression. This is common and should be addressed seriously. Postpartum depression is usually short-term and can be managed with the help of a medical provider. The Gabrielson Clinic for Women offers postpartum support and resources to assure your time with baby is relaxing and enjoyable.