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About Atrium OB/GYN

Experience Atrium

Where Professionals Care About You at Every Stage of Your Life

Welcome! At Atrium OB/GYN, we have been privileged to provide obstetric and gynecologic care to women in Stark County for over 80 years. Our practice is dedicated to providing compassionate, patient-centered, state-of-the-art women’s health care. We offer a complete range of women’s services focusing on each woman’s uniqueness as she transitions from adolescence to menopause.

Mission and History

A Great Place to Work
A Great Place to Receive Care

To provide the best possible medical care for our patients and to build a practice which allows us to provide this care in a comfortable, safe, and pleasant setting.

To treat each patient with dignity, respect, kindness, and courtesy and to let her know what she is valued as an individual person in this practice.

To serve our community through educational programs, lecturing to support groups, women’s groups etc.

To have a smoothly functioning practice in which everyone works together as a team in a spirit of harmony, cooperation and friendship. The pace should be efficient, making the best possible use of everyone’s time without creating an aura of hurry and confusion.

Meet Our Medical Team

Obstetrics / Gynecology
Obstetrics / Gynecology
Obstetrics / Gynecology
Obstetrics / Gynecology
Obstetrics / Gynecology
Obstetrics / Gynecology
Obstetrics / Gynecology

Patient Rights

  • To seek prompt medical attention.
  • To provide your medical provider with complete information regarding any health problems that you have had in the past and any medications or treatments that you are currently receiving.
  • To follow treatment plan recommended by your medical provider.
  • To make it known if you do not understand the suggested procedures or treatment plans, or if you cannot read consent forms.
  • To note and report significant changes in symptoms, or a failure to improve.
  • To be respectful and considerate of other patients and practice staff.
  • To keep appointments that are scheduled, or cancel an appointment in a timely fashion.
  • To be responsible for your actions if you refuse treatment or do not follow the medical provider’s instructions.
  • To express grievances to the appropriate person.
  • To carry adequate health insurance, be familiar with policy coverage, and prepared to pay any co-payments, co-insurance or deductibles.
  • To take all prescribed medications as directed by your healthcare provider.
  • To pay any charges billed to you that are your responsibility.

Atrium Patient Portal

Take advantage of the online services offered by our practice with the assurance that all of your information is encrypted and stored securely.

Patient Responsibilities

  • To receive the best care available for your problem, without regard to national origin, race, age, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, disability, or illness.
  • To be treated with respect, consideration, and dignity.
  • To expect that your personal convictions and beliefs will be taken into account when you seek help.
  • To know the identity and professional status of your medical provider.
  • To expect that your medical records will be kept confidential, and that access to information about you will be limited to those legitimately involved in your care.
  • Your medical records will be released only in cases of medical emergencies, in response to court-ordered subpoenas, as required by law, or to persons you specify with your written consent.
  • To receive information from your medical provider concerning your illness, condition, treatment, including possible side effects and plans for your care.
  • To participate in decisions involving your health care (including ethical concerns) and to review your records with a medical provider.
  • To have your privacy respected.
  • To agree to or refuse any health care service and to be informed of medical consequences of services refused.
  • To express grievances concerning your health care without fear of retribution.
  • To receive information regarding practice fees and payment policies upon request prior to services being rendered.
  • To give informed consent before any diagnostic or therapeutic procedure is performed (unless a life-threatening emergency precludes informed consent).

At Atrium, We Are With You Through Every Stage of Life

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