Los Angeles – OB GYN | Keck Medicine of USC

Los Angeles – OB GYN

Los Angeles – OB GYN

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(800) USC-CARE (800-872-2273)

Located minutes from the heart of downtown Los Angeles, our clinic provides expert services covering obstetrics, high-risk pregnancy, gynecology and infertility.

Our comprehensive obstetrics offerings include preconception and fertility counseling, prenatal care, ovulation induction, early pregnancy evaluation, ultrasound screening, first trimester termination, ectopic pregnancy treatment (including surgery), delivery and postpartum care.

High-risk pregnancy services include amniocentesis, fetal blood sampling and first trimester nuchal translucency (NT) screenings for chromosomal abnormalities. Our perinatal specialists can assist with the diagnosis and treatment of a range of pregnancy-related conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension and thyroid problems.

Our clinic also offers a variety of gynecological services, such as annual exams, contraception (including IUDs), hormone replacement therapy and minimally invasive surgery (including laparoscopy and hysteroscopy), as well as treatment for abnormal uterine bleeding, chronic pelvic pain, endometriosis, fibroids, ovarian cysts and STDs.

Parking Information

Parking is available in adjacent structure at $3 per 20 minutes ($10 maximum); entrance on Wilshire Boulevard or Lucas Avenue between Wilshire Boulevard and 6th Street. Valet parking is available in parking structure. Metered street parking also available.

Insurance Information

Keck Medicine of USC accepts most insurance plans, working in collaboration with many local and national managed care networks.

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