We will be happy to help you find an ob/gyn, click on any of the Ob/Gyn physician names below or call our information and referral line ARC-INFO, 512-272-4636.
If you are having a baby or thinking about it, we can help you prepare. Our Ob/Gyn physicians can help with family planning and address fertility issues. Our comprehensive obstetric care will help you address nutrition and exercise during pregnancy, high-risk pregnancy care, and genetic screening.
Read more about the Pregnancy Planning Services we offer, including pregnancy education classes, Ob/Gyn meet & greet events, and hospital tours.
If you are a woman, young or old, at some point in your life, you will probably want or need to see an Obstetrics and Gynecology physician, often referred to as an Ob/Gyn. Obstetricians care for women and their baby during pregnancy, childbirth, and provide postpartum care to both mom and baby after delivery. Gynecologists specialize in women's reproductive health including menstruation, menopause, hormonal changes, and more. All ARC Ob/Gyn physicians are medically trained in both areas and can care for women through all the stages of reproductive life. They see women of all ages for evaluation and treatment for a wide variety of women’s health issues. ARC has provided this care to women in Central Texas since 1982.
Obstetricians guide you through the nine-month journey of pregnancy, caring for you through the labor and delivery of your baby, and see you afterwards to ensure you and baby are happy and healthy. Each pregnancy, whether it is your first one or for a second or third child, is as unique as the bond between each mother and child. An Ob/Gyn cares for your health and your baby’s health throughout pregnancy and can address any issues that might arise, including high-risk pregnancy or delivery.
Obstetricians also care for women when they experience a miscarriage, which occurs with 15% of pregnancies1. Miscarriages are not rare. Misconceptions about them are common, and those mistaken beliefs can make the experience even more painful for those who experience one. Miscarriages are most often caused by genetic or medical problems and the majority of them are unavoidable. An obstetrician can care for you throughout the experience and address any questions, doubts or fears you might have.
A gynecologist focuses on all your reproductive health issues that do not fall under the expertise of an obstetrician, including annual gynecological exams, menopause treatment and management, menstrual irregularities and dysfunction, birth control and contraceptive counseling, hormonal changes, osteoporosis, and STD screening and treatment, to name a few.
If you do not need obstetric care, a gynecology-only (Gyn-only) practice may be the right option for you. In a gyn-only practice, doctors focus on gynecology issues like those mentioned above, including addressing the transition of menopause and other later-life health challenges. ARC offers Gyn-only practices to make it easy for women to get the care they need when they need it.
The physicians at Austin Regional Clinic are Ob/Gyn physicians who can address all of your obstetrics and gynecological needs from pregnancy and childbirth to menopause, and for other health issues such as cancer screening and urinary tract infections. We provide the most up-to-date diagnostic and treatment options available.
Your ARC Clinical Team
At Austin Regional Clinic, our specially trained Ob/Gyn physicians, certified nurse practitioners, and physician assistants work together to meet your healthcare needs. These highly skilled professionals coordinate with your primary care doctor to make up the healthcare team that provides your care, helping you navigate the health care maze.
Our Ob/Gyn physicians stay up-to-date with the latest technological advancements to provide you with the best gynecological surgical care, including offering the da Vinci® Surgery System, one of the most advanced and sophisticated new surgical systems available. The da Vinci Surgery System enables our Ob/Gyn physicians to address your surgical needs while creating an incision area no bigger than a dime. This means you may experience less pain, minimal blood loss, a shorter hospital stay, and a faster return to your daily activities.
With ARC, you can receive care when you need it—an Ob/Gyn from the group is always on call when your doctor’s office is closed. When you need us, you can get care for urgent needs during evenings, weekends, or holidays. To access care 24/7:
- Call 24/7 for an appointment
- Call your ARC clinic and press "1"
- Call 24/7 for a phone nurse
- Call your ARC Clinic and press "4"
- Access your care team 24/7, sign up for ARC MyChart®
1 Zev Williams, M.D., Ph.D., director, Program for Early and Recurrent Pregnancy Loss, assistant professor, department of obstetrics & gynecology and women's health, and assistant professor, department of genetics, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center, New York City; Iris Dori, M.D., medical director, Center for Women's Health, Staten Island University Hospital, Staten Island, N.Y.; June 2015, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Locations & Providers
1401 Medical Parkway Bldg B, Suites 220 & 200
Cedar Park, TX 78613
6835 Austin Center Blvd
Austin, TX 78731
1301 W 38th Street Suite 205
Austin, TX 78705
11111 Research Blvd Suites 475
Austin, TX 78759
4315 James Casey Suite 200
Austin, TX 78745