dr blue plymouth ob/gyn
Posted on August 10th, 2018 by Speare Memorial Hospital

Dr. Lauren Blue joins Plymouth OB/GYN

Dr. Blue smallerObstetrician and gynecologist, Dr. Lauren Blue, is a now an official addition to the team at Plymouth OB/GYN. Dr. Blue began working at the practice temporarily last October, seeing patients when needed but has made the decision to stay permanently.

“I’m excited to be part of Plymouth OB/ GYN and continue the tradition of providing high-quality healthcare to women in the community,” says Dr. Blue. “When I started last fall I quickly saw that Plymouth OB/GYN and Speare Memorial Hospital have something special to offer the region. Being a part of a practice where you can provide personalized, quality care to your patients and their families is important to me.”

Dr. Blue earned her medical degree from Trinity School of Medicine after earning her bachelor’s degree, cum laude, in the honors program at the University of Alabama. She completed her residency training in obstetrics and gynecology at both Northeast Ohio Medical University and Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. She received awards for the research she conducted at both schools.

She has a special interest in comprehensive obstetrics — including high-risk pregnancies — birth control counseling, and the management of menopausal symptoms.

Get to know the Team who will assist you throughout your pregnancy and into your child’s life

The partnership you have with your obstetricians and pediatricians is one of the most important and rewarding experiences you will have when starting your new family. The medical teams at Plymouth OB/GYN and Plymouth Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine have decades of experience that you can trust.

“We personalize the care we provide for each unique expectant mother,” says Dr. Joseph Ebner of Plymouth OB/GYN. “And one of us is at Speare when she gives birth. By that time we feel like family.”

Not only will you have one of the physicians from Plymouth OB/GYN with you when you give birth, one of the pediatricians from Plymouth Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine will be with you. And your child can continue on with that pediatrician group in the years to follow.

“I think parents are looking for continuity of providers,” says Dr. Ebner. “People like knowing their medical providers and they find it helpful when those clinicians already work together.”

That relationship is made even stronger at Speare because all Speare physician practices share the same electronic health record system for patients. This means you don’t need to repetitiously update changes when going from one physician group to another—they already have your updated medical information.

In addition to Dr. Blue, other clinicians at Plymouth OB/GYN include:

(L-R Dr. Banister, Dr. Ebner, Britt McDonald, PA-C

Plymouth OB/GYN physicians are certified in obstetrics and gynecology, the medical specialty providing health care to women with particular emphasis on the organs of the reproductive system. Plymouth OB/GYN at Speare Memorial Hospital understands your unique needs as a woman. Our care extends from adolescence and the reproductive years through the perimenopausal and postmenopausal years.

Call for an appointment: 603-536-1104.

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