Coeur OBGYN has been serving Coeur d'Alene and the surrounding area by providing you with an all-inclusive range of women's healthcare. Our physicians specialize in many subfields of obstetrics and gynecology, including high-risk pregnancy, infertility, urogynecology, minimally invasive gynecology, women's mental health needs and women's wellness.
We are well known for our uncompromising standards of care, state-of-the-art facilities, medical equipment, and ability to help patients feel at ease while in our care. We focus on both competence and compassion while striving to provide care that surpasses standards for the most critical patients.
Coeur OBGYN, our goal is to reduce patient's stress, not make it worse. We know that women place great importance on their choice of an OBGYN. Making the right decision can be a very stressful process, especially considering that an OBGYN will continue to care for the woman throughout the stages of her life. With Coeur OBGYN, you can be assured that we will provide for all your needs, whether it is during a pregnancy or in menopause.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does it mean when the doctor is board-eligible or board-certified?
After an individual has completed four years of advanced training in all aspects of his or her specialty, the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology certifies the graduate as board-eligible. To become board-certified, a physician must pass a comprehensive written exam after his or her final year in residency. After two years in practice, he or she must complete an oral exam before a national examining board. An OBGYN must get recertified every ten years.
What is Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery?
Major gynecologic surgery, such as a hysterectomy, through small incisions. The advantages include, faster recovery, less pain, less complications and less blood loss. This is accomplished using the latest technologies and techniques such as Robotics and advanced laparoscopy.
How long will it take my doctor to call me back if I call during office hours?
Except in the case of an emergency, your doctor will typically return your call after office hours.