NOTICE: Provider Changes (posted 8-26-20)
Sunflower Ob-Gyn has been proudly serving the community by offering quality midwifery care since 2012. Tarena Sisk, CNM, APRN and Jamie Harrington, DNP, APRN, CNM, FNP-BC are now leaving our practice as they are preparing to open a birth center. Both midwives will continue to schedule patients at Sunflower Ob-Gyn until September 24, 2020. After that, Tarena Sisk will continue to provide OB care only at Sunflower Ob-Gyn through November 30, 2020.
We are grateful for the high-quality care they provided to our patients and we will continue to support them as they take this next step in their midwifery career.
Dr. Miller and Dr. Moore at Sunflower Ob-Gyn will continue to provide high-quality, comprehensive, and compassionate care to women of all ages, including:
- OB care for women who wish to deliver at William Newton Hospital
- In-house Ultrasound services, including 3D Ultrasounds
- Full scope of gynecological care including annual well women exams and birth control consults
OB-GYN Services by Caring Medical Professionals
At Sunflower Ob-Gyn, PA, we strive to provide the best and most innovative healthcare for our patients, with comprehensive, genuine, and compassionate care and attention throughout the stages of a woman's life.
Sunflower Ob-Gyn, PA has been providing the women of the Winfield, KS area with quality obstetric and gynecological care since 2007 and continues to strive to deliver truly superior care to our patients.
We accept most public and private insurance plans. Contact us to know which carriers are accepted.
If you just can't wait to see your baby's face, we offer nondiagnostic 3-D sonograms of your new addition.
Doctors Miller and Moore utilize laparoscopic surgery techniques to minimize recovery times.
“I had such great care from all the staff. My baby boy is now a happy and healthy 3 month old! I will definitely be going back for our next baby when the time comes. I highly recommend Sunflower! Such wonderful people!”
– Megan, Winfield, KS
Effective 7-3-2020 – Patients are allowed 1 visitor. A mask is required to be worn by both patient and visitor.