We understand that you may be anxious about news of Coronavirus (COVID-19). In this webinar, Drs. Yalda Afshar and Rashmi Rao, UCLA OBGYN high risk obstetrics doctors, provide an overview of COVID-19, how best to stay healthy, and what it means for pregnant women and babies. If you are currently pregnant and under the care of a UCLA obstetrician or planning to deliver your baby at Ronald Reagan Medical Center in Westwood or UCLA Santa Monica, the health of you and your baby is our top priority. Given the concerns about the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), UCLA Health is implementing new guidelines. Here’s what you need to know >
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COVID-19 and Pregnancy National Registry
PRIORITY (Pregnancy CoRonavIrus Outcomes RegIsTrY) is a nationwide study of pregnant or recently pregnant women who are either under investigation for Coronavirus infection (COVID-19) or have been confirmed to have COVID-19. Yalda Afshar, MD, PhD, a UCLA OBGYN maternal fetal medicine specialist, is a CO-PI on this study that is overseen by a team from UCSF and which is being done to help patients and doctors better understand how COVID-19 impacts pregnant women and their newborns. For more information > Study flyer >
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UCLA OBGYN counts on your generous support to sustain our innovative programs, allowing us to provide exceptional gynecologic and obstetric health care for women by emphasizing the whole patient.
UCLA OBGYN wants to let our patients know that we are doing everything possible to ensure your health and safety during this unusual time. Given the concerns about the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are scheduling or rescheduling many clinic visits as “telehealth visits,” which can be conducted from home. For more information, call 310-794-7274.