February 2020 Newsletter from South Bay OBGYN

National cancer prevention monthNational Cancer Prevention Month

Cervical Cancer Awareness month has come to a close; February brings us to National Cancer Prevention Month. 

Get yourself checked for Breast, Ovarian, Cervical and colon cancers by visiting our office and asking to be screened. Our Cancer Prevention Program allows us to determine the risk of patients who have a familial history of cancer or have had two cancers themselves.  We will screen you with a questionnaire, discuss your familial history, submit blood work, and then give you a complete genetic-based consultation to make you aware of your personal cancer risk. Your “tarecuzik” score is unique to you alone.

Flu Shots Are Still Available

Its not too late to get a flu shot; contact our office to get one today.

birthday balloonsSouth Bay Birthdays

January Birthday celebrations included our Office Manager, Lorena and our Hospital Charge Posting coordinator, Maria —– Happy Birthday Ladies!!!

COVID-19 Update

With the new state of California Stay At Home Order, South Bay OBGYN continues to be open to take care of the needs of our patient’s.  To ensure the safety of not only our staff, but you as the patient too, we have equipped our office’s with PPE and we ask that all patient’s do their part to prevent the spread of COVID:

If you are positive or have been exposed to a positive person or have cold / flu symptoms, we will require that you have your appointment via TELEHEALTH. We continue to be open for all types of appointments, including TELEHEALTH as an alternative for those who would prefer to stay in the safety of their homes. Whether it’s a telephone call or an actual video chat, we want everyone to be comfortable and remain safe.

More About Telehealth

Please contact our office for more information on COVID-19 testing requirements by dialing (619) 267 – 8313, option 5 from our main menu to speak with our Nurse Line.