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Resources from Your OBGYN in Columbus, GA

At Harbison Covenant Healthcare, we provide a wide range of obstetrics and gynecological services with the goal of improving the lives of every person we treat. Patients enjoy personalized care tailored to their unique needs and lifestyle so that they can experience true support, less pain, and healthy bodies that help them accomplish their daily activities. We offer a range of women’s health resources and modern industry practices to accomplish this, and we’re proud to deliver babies at Piedmont Hospital, where a NICU is on-site.

Care That’s More Than a Doctor’s Appointment

At Harbison Covenant Healthcare, we’re focused on honoring the goals you have in mind for your pregnancy, your delivery plan, and your overall care. Dr. Harbison is committed to forming true relationships with every patient and educating them all in her capacity as a board-certified OBGYN. She cares about providing a foundation for greater wellness so that every patient can live a healthy life. Some of the top-level services we offer include:

  • Treatment for Abnormal Menstrual Periods
  • Support partner programs
  • Health education
  • Testing for viruses, infections, or risk factors
  • Community resources

Learn More About Our OBGYN Practice

Historically, support partners have not always been included in prenatal care plans and pregnancy or delivery plans. We encourage the involvement of support partners! Pregnancy is a period of constant change in a woman’s life, and having support partners can help make the process easier and less stressful.

Our support partner program is designed to equip, engage, and involve someone significant to the mother so that they can provide proper support during pregnancy. Contact our office to learn more!

According to modern medical research, low-to-moderate caffeine intake is not associated with health risks such as preeclampsia or hypertension for pregnant women. It is recommended that expecting mothers limit their caffeine intake to less than 200 mg per day (that’s about 2 six-ounce cups).

A “kick count” or fetal movement counting can be an indicator of fetal health. Most women are able to feel movements around 20 weeks, but each pregnancy will be unique. Consult your doctor about kick counting to learn more and find out if it’s a necessary part of your prenatal care.

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