Who Is Giving You Medical Advice?

It’s important to know where and from whom you are receiving your medical advice and services. Occasionally, the places that offer advice and even medical services have little formal medical training to support what they do. It’s important that when you need medical services, you look for those clinics that can offer you what you need based on sound medical training and experience. You should settle for nothing less . . . this is your body and your needs. Only the most professional and well-trained should be offering their advice to you!

Here at Advice & Aid Pregnancy Centers, we are committed to offering evidence-based, medical education to all who seek our services. We are able to do that through our Medical Advisory Group consisting of Physicians, Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Medical Students, and Registered Sonographers who review all medical policies and procedures at our clinic. Our Group is made up of 8 physicians whose specialties include Obstetrics/Gynecology, Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine, and Radiology. There are also many experienced Registered Nurses involved in our Medical Advisory Group with specialized experience in Women’s Health, Obstetrics, Reproductive Endocrinology, Neonatal Intensive Care, Hospice, Telemetry, and Family Medicine. Every pregnancy test and the sonograms that we conduct are performed by specially trained Registered Nurses and Registered Sonographers under the direction and supervision of the Medical Director (OB/GYN) in conjunction with the Nurse Manager (RN/BSN).

All viable options to an unplanned pregnancy (adoption, abortion and parenting) will be presented to each woman or man based on medical information. Medical information given to each and every client is up-to-date and received from the American Congress of Obstetricians & Gynecologists (ACOG), Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric & Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), and Kansas Department of Health & Environment (KDHE), Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services (MO DHSS), and Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and Mayo Clinic.

Each of our client’s medical information, history and personal experiences are held in the utmost confidence. (Advice & Aid’s Privacy Practices). Confidential exchange of information between client and their client advocate or medical professional is made in trust, and none of that information will be shared or given to any other individual, group or entity without written consent of the client. Our clients are protected from disclosure of information that will violate their right to privacy except where required by law (i.e. child abuse, suicide prevention, etc). Professional ethics require responsibility for maintaining the confidentiality of private information.

We can’t emphasize enough how important it is that the advice and services you receive are of the highest quality, backed by evidence, endorsed and presented by those with the proper medical education, and completely confidential. If you have any questions about where you are currently receiving your care and information, it might be time to look for a place that meets all of these important criteria.

It may be time to ask yourself, “Am I getting the absolute best care and information that I can?”

If the answer is no, consider making a change.
You deserve the absolute best!


Additional articles related to your health & medical information:
Pregnancy Education
Sex Education


If you are interested in talking to someone who has the knowledge and experience that you need, we encourage you to come see us. You don’t even need to call right now . . . simply click on the Appointment button below and you can schedule an appointment online at either of our locations (Shawnee or Overland Park) for the time that best fits your schedule.

Don’t put off talking to someone . . . we have the knowledge and experience that you need. And best of all – we are here just for YOU!

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