Your medical records are considered confidential information. We will release the records or any part of them only if you give us written authorization. No matter what the circumstances, we will not release these records unless we have written notification that you wish us to do so. We participate with many different PPO and HMO plans as well as accepting traditional indemnity insurance. If you are not sure about our provider status with your insurance company, please check with your insurance company or with our business office. We also accept major credit cards and participate in the LendingUSA® healthcare payment program.
• New Patient Package
• Patient Registration Form
• Insurance Authorization Form
• Annual Visit Health History Form
• Health History Short Form
• HIPAA Acknowledgement Form
• Medical Records Release - To
• Medical Records Release - From
• Consent to Treat Minor Child
• Consent to Substitute Obstetrician
• American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
• American Academy of Pediatrics
• American Association of Gynecological
• American Cancer Society
• American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
• American Heart Association
• American Medical Association
• American Osteopathic Association
• Beaumont Hospitals
• Breast Feeding Information
• CBR - Cord Blood Registry
• Center for Disease Control
• Child Passenger Safety
• Cryo-Cell Cord Blood Banking
• da Vinci Surgery
• Eating Righ While Pregnant
• Endometriosis Information
• La Leche League International
(Breast Feeding Support Services)
• National Midwifery Association
• National Osteoporosis Foundation
• The North American Menopause Society
Gender Reveal Testing $149
Gender Reveal Testing $149
Learn your baby’s gender as soon as the next day.
Visit our office, have blood drawn on site, and receive results via email as early as the next day, with no extra fuss!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What forms of payment do we accept?
A. Cash, Check, Visa, Master Card, Debit Cards (including HSA)
Q. Can you bill me for my copay?
A. Your copay is due at the time services are rendered.
Q. What is Partridge Creek's fax number?
A. Fax number: 586.247.8615
Q. What are the hours for Partridge Creek OBGYN?
A. OFFICE: Monday thru Thursday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Q. What hours is the nurses line available?
A. Monday thru Friday - 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Q. How do I obtain a copy of my medical records?
A. You must sign a medical release form. If your records are being sent to anyone other than a physician or your current insurance company, there is a charge of $20.00 for the first forty pages and 25¢ for each additional page after forty.
Q. How do I get a current prescription refilled?
A. Call our nurses line between the hours of 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. After checking with your physician, if your prescription can be refilled it should be called in to your pharmacy within 1 to 2 business days.
Q. Is there a fee for Partridge Creek OBGYN to complete forms?
A. Yes. We charge $5.00 to complete each form including the FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act), disability, etc.
Q. What is a Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM)?
A. A midwife is a nurse who has obtained a Masters degree in midwifery and then pass a national certification exam. She has specialized experience in providing expert care for women throughout their lives from teenage years through pregnancy, labor and delivery on to menopausal women.
Q. What services do CNM’s offer at Partridge Creek Ob/Gyn?
A. Laboratory and radiologic testing (Blood draws, ultrasounds and mammograms, etc.)
– Annual well women exams (Pap smears, sexual transmitted infections testing)
– Contraception (Birth control including pills, patches, rings, depo provera injections (the shot), Nexplanon and IUD’s
– Gynecologic problem visits (Yeast or bacterial infections, breast complaints, urinary tract infections, etc)
– Preconception counseling
Q. What if I have a health concern that necessitates further attention?
A. The CNM at Partridge Creek Ob/Gyn has access to covering physicians 24/7 should a medical emergency arise. The attending physicians are very supportive of the midwifery model of care.
Q. Where will I give birth?
A. We deliver babies at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital.
Q. Don’t midwives deliver babies at home?
A. While it is true that some midwives deliver babies at home, our CNM only delivers babies at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital.
Q. Can I get medications during my labor?
A. Yes you can! Every pregnancy is different but you may be able to opt for Intravenous (I.V.) pain medications or an epidural. The CNM supports YOUR birth plan.
Q. Does insurance cover midwifery care?
A. Most insurances cover care delivered by a CNM. Please call our office for more information on your specific insurance questions.
Q. How long will my prenatal visit be?
A. Your prenatal visit is usually about 15-20 minutes long. Your weight and blood pressure are measured then we will listen to the baby’s heartbeat. After that your specific health questions will be answered. Education about pregnancy and birth is a big component of CNM visits. Visits are usually monthly during the beginning of your pregnancy and then become more frequent as the pregnancy progresses.