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Healthcare at a Glance in Baltimore, MD

Baltimore is home to the historically first Johns Hopkins Hospital facility. University of Maryland Medical Center and Greater Baltimore Medical Center also have facilities in the area. Pediatric healthcare facilities include Johns Hopkins Children's Center, the University of Maryland Children’s Hospital, and the Herman and Walter Samuelson Children's Hospital at Sinai.

Baltimore’s Top-Rated Facilities

U.S. News ranks Johns Hopkins Hospital as the #1 hospital in Maryland. Johns Hopkins Hospital also makes the U.S. News Best Hospitals Honor Roll at #4 and nationally ranks in 15 adult specialties, including:

  • #1 in rheumatology
  • #1 in psychiatry
  • #4 in neurology & neurosurgery

U.S. News nationally ranks Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in 10 different children specialties, including:

  • #12 in pediatric cancer
  • #13 in pediatric diabetes & endocrinology
  • #18 in neonatology
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OB-GYN Frequently Asked Questions

Medically reviewed by Carolyn Kay, MD – Written by Megan Lentz
What is an OB-GYN?

Finding an obstetrician-gynecologist (OB-GYN) will help you manage your women’s healthcare needs. An OB-GYN is trained to deliver babies and specializes in treating and managing disorders involving a woman's reproductive organs.

OB-GYNs are licensed to perform routine women's reproductive checks such as: Pap tests (aka Pap smears), sexually transmitted infection (STI) checks, pelvic exams, ultrasounds; procedures such as IUD insertions; and surgeries such as a hysterectomy or removal of ovarian cysts.

How often should I see an OB-GYN?

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It's recommended that women see an OB-GYN once a year for routine checkups. If you're pregnant or have an underlying health condition, you may need to see an OB-GYN more frequently.

What procedures do OB-GYNs perform?

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OB-GYNs can perform or order the following procedures and surgeries:

What conditions do OB-GYNs treat?

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OB-GYNs treat the following conditions:

An OB-GYN can also provide prenatal care and help you manage your health during pregnancy.

What should I ask an OB-GYN?

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Top questions to ask an OB-GYN during your appointment that you may not have thought of:

  • Do you have experience treating people with my condition?
  • How often have you performed this procedure? Do you recommend a specialist?
  • Will this treatment affect my fertility?
  • How can I perform a breast self-exam at home?
  • When should I have my first mammogram? How often should I have one?
  • Should I be screened for cervical cancer? How often should I be screened?
  • Will the procedure hurt?
  • What are my birth control options? What side effects should I be aware of?
  • Based on my family history, should I get genetic testing?
  • Should I get tested for STIs?
  • What happens when it's time for me to give birth? Should I get an epidural?

OB-GYNs are trained to discuss sensitive subjects, so you shouldn't hesitate to ask questions about your sexual health.