OBGYN Doctor Accepting New Patients

OBGYN Doctor Accepting New Patients in Eugene, OR

If you are looking for an obstetrician-gynecologist (OB/GYN) in the area of Eugene, Oregon, who is accepting new patients, we welcome you to consider us at Dr. Beyerlein for Women’s Health! Our OB/GYN doctor would be happy to see you and provide you with any gynecological care you require. For more information, call us now or schedule an appointment online.

OBGYN Doctor Accepting New Patients Near Me in Eugene, OR
OBGYN Doctor Accepting New Patients Near Me in Eugene, OR

How can I make a same-day appointment with an OBGYN doctor if I live in Eugene, OR?

If you are looking to make a same-day appointment with an OBGYN doctor in the area of Eugene, OR, we would be happy to help you at Dr. Beyerlein for Women’s Health. Whilst we cannot give a 100% guarantee that there will be appointments available within 24 hours of your request, we will do our best to see you as promptly as we can.

To make a same-day appointment with us, you can do so through our website by clicking “Book Now” at the top of the page. Doing so will take you to a page where you can make your same-day appointment. Please note that we will call you to confirm your appointment and we also ask that you wait until you receive the confirmation call before coming to your appointment.

How can I find an OBGYN doctor in Eugene, OR who takes my insurance?

To find an OBGYN doctor who accepts your insurance, the insurance company’s website should provide you with a list of participating OB GYN providers in the area. At Dr. Beyerlein for Women’s Health in Eugene, OR, our OBGYN team accepts most major insurance plans. You can also call us to find out if we accept your particular insurance plan as well.

What questions should I ask when finding a new doctor?

If you are looking for a new doctor, asking the right questions can make the difference between committing to a doctor who is not a good fit for you and finding an ideal match. With that in mind, some helpful questions to consider are:

  • How do you handle emergencies, and how can I contact you in case of an emergency?
  • Can I call or email you with non-emergency questions or concerns, and how long should I expect to wait for your response?
  • How many patients, on average, do you see in one day?
  • What is your communication style?
  • Do you keep paper or electronic medical records at your clinic?
  • What is the average wait time after scheduling an appointment?
  • Do you provide same-day appointments?
  • What medical provider will I see if you are unavailable?
  • If I need a specialist, will you help me find the right person?
  • Are you comfortable with me bringing a family member or friend to appointments?
  • What is your approach to the patient-physician relationship?
  • What are your areas of expertise, and what is your prior experience?
  • Will you take the time to consider my opinion and concerns and respond in a way that I can understand?
  • Are you board-certified?
  • What insurance plans does your clinic accept?

When should I see an OBGYN?

According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), your first visit to an OB/GYN should be between 13 and 15. However, many adolescent girls are okay to continue seeing a family medicine doctor or pediatrician during this age unless they experience gynecological issues, such as:

  • Delayed puberty, or no breast tissue changes before age 14 or no menstrual cycles before age 16
  • Sexual health concerns, including contraception
  • Unable to use a tampon
  • Unusually painful menstrual cycles

For young adult, middle-aged, or older women, you should see an OB/GYN if you have questions or concerns about the female reproductive system or questions regarding birth control and contraception.  You should also see an OB/GYN if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Bleeding in between menstrual cycles
  • Burning, itchiness, or painful sensations in the vagina
  • Fertility or pregnancy issues or concerns
  • Heavy or irregular menstrual cycles
  • Pain during sexual intercourse or other sexual health concerns
  • Severely painful menstrual cycles
  • Vaginal discharge with a foul odor

What procedures will Dr. Richard Beyerlein MD perform?

The procedures that Dr. Beyerlein will perform at your OB/GYN appointment vary according to the reasons for your visit. In some cases, Dr. Beyerlein will not need to perform any procedures at all. The following is a list of tests and procedures that Dr. Beyerlein performs:

  • Abdominal, laparoscopic, or vaginal hysterectomies
  • Bladder lift
  • Cervical cone biopsy
  • Cyst removal
  • Endometrial ablation or biopsy
  • Intrauterine device (IUD) insertion and removal
  • Laparoscopic tubal ligation
  • Loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LOOP)
  • Minimally invasive gynecological surgeries

For more information about the procedures we offer at Dr. Beyerlein for Women’s Health, or to book an appointment with us, please call us or schedule an appointment through our website! We serve patients from Eugene OR, Springfield OR, Coburg OR, Creswell OR, Cottage Grove OR, Lowell OR, and Junction City OR.