Welcome to the OB/GYN Clinic information page. 

You will find this site helpful in answering common questions as well as providing information on services provided by the OB/GYN department.  The OB/GYN department is aware of the vital role in takes in maintaining Army readiness as well as providing excellent care to our beneficiaries, Family Members, and retirees. We are committed to a patient- and family-centered approach to care that is collaborative and actively engages the patient and family as essential members of the health care team.
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 Guthrie Ambulatory Healthcare Clinic.
- 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 by the OB Clinic, the patient can expect a call within 7 days.
Things to Know
  • Pregnant patients who need to be seen outside of regular clinic hours (0730-1600 Mon-Fri, excluding holidays):  Please considering calling on-call provider/clinic first.
  • Less than 20 weeks – may present to the Samaritan Medical Center Emergency Department.
  • 20 weeks or greater – may present to Samaritan Medical Center Labor and Delivery Unit, Third Floor.
  •  For a tour of Samaritan Medical Center Labor and Delivery/Maternity Unit, please contact our staff at (315)785-4050 to coordinate a time.

Services Offered


Prenatal and Postnatal Care
High Risk Obstetrics
Fetal Monitoring
Lactation counseling
Midwifery services
Dating Ultrasounds and Limited follow-up Ultrasounds
CenteringPregnancy:  prenatal care bringing women due at the same time out of exam rooms and into a comfortable group setting.  For more information, visit our CenteringPregnancy page.
Well woman exams
Contraceptive counseling and management including placement/removal of:
Intrauterine devices (IUDs)-Mirena/Paragard/Skyla, implantable rod- Nexplanon, hysteroscopic placement- Essure)
Management of abnormal PAP smears
Cancer screening
Treatment of pre-cancerous lesion of the gynecological organs
Evaluation and Treatment of urinary incontinence and prolapse
Pessary fittings
Evaluation and treatment of Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
Evaluation of treatment of common gynecological complaints:
-        Endometriosis
-        Adenomyosis
-        Leiomyoma (Fibroids)
-        Polyps
-        Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
-        Dysmenorrhea (painful menstrual cycles)
-        Dyspareunia (pain with intercourse)
-        Abnormal uterine bleeding
-        Postmenopausal Bleeding
-        Menopausal symptoms – hot flashes, mood swings, vaginal atrophy
-        Uterine anomalies

Surgical management of OB/GYN related issues to include:

-        Cesarean Sections
-        Cervical Cerclage
-        Laparoscopy
-        Hysteroscopy
-        Hysterectomy
-        Endometrial Ablation
-        Bilateral Tubal Ligation
-        Dilation and Curettage
-        Scar Revisions
Contact Information 


Triage Nurse:

(315) 785-4624

(315) 785-4609 (fax: 315-785-4635)



7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Suite 202

826 Washington St.

Watertown, NY 13601