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Advice From Your Doctor On COVID

Posted: January 1, 2022

I’ve been exposed to Covid, what do I do now? -First of all, do not panic.  If you can get tested, do so.  However, DO NOT go to the ER just to obtain a covid test.  -Remember at home Covid tests are …

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Mid-Atlantic Women’s Care and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Reach Network Agreement

Posted: March 3, 2018

All Mid-Atlantic Women’s Care Physicians and Locations Return to Anthem Provider Networks May 1, 2018 March 5, 2018—Mid-Atlantic Women’s Care (MAWC) announced today a five-year contract agreement that will return all MAWC physicians and locations to Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield’s …

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Prenatal Genetic Screening

Posted: September 9, 2017

by Tracy B. Wright, M. D As part of your routine prenatal care, we counsel patients daily on their options for prenatal genetic screening for certain chromosomal abnormalities. We are required to inform every pregnant patient of their options. I always counsel …

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Important Information Regarding Anthem Insurance

Posted: August 8, 2017

Effective November 1, 2017 Mid-Atlantic Women’s Care will no longer be in-network providers with Anthem. We will happily continue to take care of your health care needs as an out-of-network provider. However this will mean that Anthem’s policies may penalize …

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February Blog 2014

Posted: February 2, 2014

Prevention of birth defects is as easy as taking a multivitamin daily. Birth defects occur in 3% of all pregnancies and not all can be prevented. Many related to the development of the spine can be prevented with regular folic …

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