U.S. Army Medical Department, Fort Drum NY
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826 Washington Street
Suites 104 & 202
Watertown, NY 13601

Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday from  7:30 am to 4:30 pm
Fridays from  7:30 am to 12:00 pm
Clinic Phone Number   (315)785-4624



1. A Well Woman Exam is typically handled by Primary Care.

2. All GYN patients must obtain a referral from their Primary Care Providers to be seen in our clinic.

3. Any female who thinks she may be pregnant should make an appointment with her Primary Care Provider. Active Duty Soldiers' Primary Care Providers are located at Conner Troop Medical Clinic. Beneficiary's Primary Care Providers are located at Family Practice. The Primary Care Provider will order a urine pregnancy test and if positive, will notify the patient and place an electronic referral to the OB Clinic. Once the referral is received the patient can expect a call from the OB Clinic office that they are referred within 7 days.

4. If the pregnant patient has not been set up for care yet and they are having difficulties such as cramping or bleeding, they may call the on-call Triage Nurse at (315)785-4609 (Monday - Thursday from 7:30 am - 4:30 pm and Fridays from 7:30 am to 12:00 pm).

5. After Hours/Emergency Care: For after hours and on weekends, pregnant patients with urgent questions may contact the on-call Provider at (315)786-6777.

6. All active duty patients are to be in either uniform or PT's for appointments.


Centering Pregnancy

Centering Pregnancy is a unique, innovative approach to prenatal care. Instead of having short, individual clinic appointments, you will meet in a small group setting with other women who are due around the same time as you. These groups are led by a midwife or physician along with a member of our nursing staff; this team will guide the discussion, but the conversations that occur in Centering depend largely on what the group wants to discuss. Groups meet for 2 hours at a time, which allows for individual assessment of the baby's growth and heartbeat, as well as plenty of time for relaxed and open communication about different concerns and questions. Centering groups often have guest speakers as well, such as breastfeeding experts, nutrition experts, labor and delivery nurses, and the like.

If you choose this fun approach to prenatal care, you will experience bonding and will develop friendships unlike anything you have known before. All of the routine testing you would normally have in individual care will occur in the Centering environment. You will still have the same prenatal lab work (blood and urine) and same ultrasound testing. Your group will start on time and end on time, and there will be no waiting to see your provider. You will have the same provider throughout your pregnancy.

If you are interested, or if you have any questions, you may speak with our clerks or our nursing staff for more information.