Effective 7-3-2020 – A mask is required to be worn by both patient and visitor.


At this time Sunflower Ob-Gyn Clinic will continue to remain open. We are committed to providing exceptional care, and we will continue to follow appropriate hygienic practices, including disinfecting exam rooms between patients and washing hands before and after each patient.

For the health and safety of all our patients, please call our office prior to your appointment if:
-you have had a cough, fever, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing in the past 14 days
-you have been in contact with an individual who had a positive COVID test, is undergoing testing for COVID or suspected of having COVID
-you have traveled out of the state or to any “hot spot” counties in the state (ie, Ford County) in the past 14 days

Please do not come into the office if any of the above apply to you, prior to speaking with a nurse. If you or any individual with you is visibly coughing, sneezing, or appears to be ill, we will ask you to reschedule your appointment. All patients and visitors will have their temperature taken upon checking in at the front desk. If either your temperature or your visitor’s temperature is above 99.4 you will need to reschedule your appointment.

Our office cannot test for COVID. If you have any concern for having COVID or having been in contact with someone suspicious for COVID, please call our office. Our nurses can triage your symptoms, and direct you where to go. It is very important to all of us at Sunflower Ob-Gyn to protect the health and safety of our patients, especially our pregnant patients, and those who are more vulnerable to this virus.

At this time, we will ask that you limit visitors to one individual per patient. We also ask that you do not bring any child under the age of 13 years old to your appointment with you. If these restrictions make it difficult to keep your appointment, please call to speak to a nurse or to reschedule.