Gynecology & Obstetrics located in Cary, NC & Morrisville, NC


For Emergencies or Afterhours Calls:

Monday-Thursday 4pm-8am
Friday-Sunday 3pm-8am

CALL 919-467-5941

We Are Pleased to Offer Our Patients
3D Mammography

During your annual well woman exams, we are now offering the convenience of 3D mammography in our office for your annual breast screening.



Patient Portal

We are pleased you have chosen to use the Cary OB/GYN Patient Portal to communicate in a secure and confidential manner with your healthcare team 24/7!

Research health topics

Request appointments

Prescription refills

Exchange messages with our practice

Access medical forms

View lab & test results

Pay billing statements

Review Personal Health Information


COVID-19 Update

Check-In Process for Appointments

Please download the MyWomanCare App, set up your account and complete all tasks assigned to your appointment. This will help streamline your appointment and minimize your time in the office. Upon arrival, please stop at the table set up in the building lobby for a temperature check and screening questions. You will then be directed to the appropriate suite for your appointment, where you will be checked in by our front desk staff.


We aim to partner with women of all ages to achieve and maintain superior health. Our goal is to provide our patient partners with top quality care and expertise for their health. As a practice, we will be successful only when our patients have experienced a satisfactory visit with our medical staff.

In Solidarity

UWH of North Carolina and Cary OBGYN recognize that as providers of women’s healthcare services we have a responsibility to provide excellent quality care for all of our patients. We also have a responsibility to condemn racism and discrimination in any form, including in systems such as law enforcement and health care.

We echo the voices asking for justice for Breonna Taylor, a Black woman and EMT in Louisville who was shot and killed in her own home by law enforcement, and George Floyd, an unarmed Black man killed by law enforcement in Minneapolis.

As a healthcare organization, we consider institutional racism a public health and women’s health crisis that yields devastating effects. The legacy of discrimination in our country contributes to ongoing disparities in health and healthcare that harm—and prematurely end-—the lives of Black women and other women of color. The traumatic effects of this are devastating for individuals, families, and their communities.

We will work alongside our colleagues in women’s health to engage in conversations and actions needed to bring about much-needed change and equity. UWH of North Carolina and Cary OBGYN are committed to delivering the best care to our patients and their families.

We support the recent statement of solidarity from the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Statement on Racism from the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

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