Virtual Visits at New England OB-GYN

We are pleased to now offer virtual visits to both obstetrical and gynecological patients.  If you are interested in switching over to a virtual visit for your upcoming appointment or to schedule an appointment, please contact our office and we will plan to have your provider contact you by phone. Some visits may also be conducted via Zoom meeting.  Please download the Zoom application on your phone or laptop in advance if you are interested in virtual visits.


We are now offering certain prenatal visits to be conducted virtually with their provider as long as they are not having any obstetrical problems. If you would prefer to have your visit in the office setting or have an issue that cannot be addressed via phone, that is OK as long as you are not sick and have not been in direct contact with anyone who is sick/has tested positive for COVID-19.

If you would like to proceed with a virtual visit type, your provider would like you to obtain a blood pressure cuff and scale at home so you can self-monitor. We can send in a prescription for a blood pressure cuff to M&M medical supply or you can purchase one over the counter. Please let us know if you would like an order from us.


All routine two week post partum appointments will now be conducted via telephone by a member of our nursing team.  Routine 6-8 week postpartum visits may also be conducted virtually if you are not having any problems that require in-person evaluation.

Lactation counseling is also available via telemedicine with our Certified Lactation Counselor and Nurse Practitioner Jen Harper.


Many gynecological visits can also be conducted virtually.  Please see below for a list of gynecological concerns that may be addressed via telephone or Zoom meeting with your provider:

  • Preconception counseling
  • Contraceptive counseling
  • Medication management
  • Follow up after ultrasound/imaging
  • Follow up/review of test results
  • Evaluation and management of endocrine concerns
  • Evaluation of gynecological concerns including:
    • UTI/Vaginitis symptoms
    • Abnormal bleeding
    • Other conditions as approved by your provider for remote evaluation

Zoom Video Visits

If you or your provider prefer a Zoom video visit, please see the video below for instructions on how to setup Zoom.