What we do:
Our physicians have served the Texarkana Community for the past 13 years and are both board certified by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
We specialize in obstetrics, gynecology, infertility and urogynecology. Striving to provide the highest level of care, our physicians and technologists are certified by the International Society for Clinical Densitometry for DXA Scans and the American Institution of Ultrasound in Medicine for Sonography.
We offer 4d Ultrasounds with 3 different Package available.
Some of the Available Services:
* What is a Scribe?
Scribes are individuals who assist medical providers throughout his or her shift. They serve as a personal assistant to the provider to help make them more efficient and productive. The primary function of a scribe is the creation and maintenance of the patient’s medical record. The scribe will document the provider’s interaction with the patient, the procedures performed, the results of laboratory studies, and other pertinent information.
NOTE: If at any time, you need to talk to your doctor alone, it is ok to ask the scribe to leave the room.
How medical scribes improve patient care and provider productivity
The medical industry is increasingly focused on patient-centered care – a fact reflected in new healthcare models, regulatory reform, and innovative approaches introduced regularly. Bringing scribes on board helps medical facilities stay ahead of the curve in this regard, as scribes’ free physicians from tedious documentation responsibilities.
With more time to focus on interacting with and caring for their patients, doctors see more patients and have the freedom to consider more thoughtful approaches of healthcare. Furthermore, patients feel more engaged when their doctor can provide constant attention to their case – and not on taking notes, examining charts or updating medical records. Overall, scribes play an important role in ensuring that all aspects of a patient’s visit and care plan are accurately recorded, while alleviating the burden from the physician.