Shea Women’s Care would like to announce we hired a new Nurse Practitioner Wendy Bennetch Jones MSN,WHNP-BC starting on July 26,2021. Wendy is a great addition to our practice. She has worked as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner for 25 years. The physicians worked with Wendy for a period of time at a previous practice and they are very excited she has accepted the position. Please choose the tab Our Physicians to learn more about Wendy.
We sadly need to announce that as of September 1, 2021 Dr. Martin will no longer be seeing patients. She will be part of the administrative team at Shea Women’s Care. All current established patients with Dr. Martin will be offered to remain at the practice and see Dr. Sara Giali . All brand new patients to the practice will be offered to see Dr. Sara Giali or Dr. Andrew Carter. As we understand the disappointment of this announcement, it is still the priority of Shea Women’s Care to provide excellent service.
Shea Women’s Care will be welcoming Dr. Sara Giali to our practice on June 15, 2021. She has been practicing in the Valley for 15 years. She has been a colleague of our physicians at Honor Health Shea and focuses her practice on obstetrics. We believe Dr. Giali’s obstetrical experience and kind demeanor will be an excellent fit for Shea Women’s Care. We have attached her profile for your review.
New Covid policy effective 4/5/2021
We are now allowing (1) person to attend the ultrasound visit. No one under 16 years old please.
For all regular appointments for OB checks no ultrasound scheduled. Only the patient can attend this visit.
We will allow a newborn infant to the post-partum visit. No other persons can join (including additional children or spouse ).
At this time for all gynecological visits, we are not allowing any visitors.
*All patients will be contacted before each appointment to inquire if they have experienced fever, cough, or upper respiratory symptoms. Patients with these symptoms will be asked to speak to the medical assistant. Please do not present with fever or respiratory symptoms to our office! The outpatient setting does not have isolation rooms and the protective personal equipment that an emergency room or hospital does.
We greatly appreciate everyone's understanding as we work to provide prenatal care and provide as much social distancing as possible. Pandemics do not stop babies from being born; we must balance staying open and keeping everyone safe.