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Whitney Jackson
· September 19, 2017
Dr. Parker was the one who delivered my son and Dr. Jones delivered my daughter!!!! The staff here is amazing and so friendly!! They will be my go to for any of my future babies!!! Thank you associate...s in women's health staff for being amazing people!!! See More
Kneisha Serna
· March 12, 2018
Just wanted to give a huge shoutout to Dr. Jones and his staff for being SO absolutely amazing through my pregnancy! They are literally like my second family! So patient and always there immediately w...hen I had any questions or concerns. I wouldn’t have drove 4 hours for every appointment for any other doctor � Thank you!�� See More
Nichole LaVallie Delgado
· December 18, 2017
This is where I go because I trust Dr. Jones with my life. I love this office and the office staff especially. Spring shes my favorite. Alwas wonderful and in good spirit and actually seem like they l...ike their job. See More
Destiny Volpi
· February 20, 2018
I seriously love Dr. Jones! He is an AMAZING doctor. Just recently I switched to him because the doctor I was seeing was definitely not the right choice for our family. Dr. Jones delivered my now 16 m...onth old daughter and will again deliver my next daughter who I am due with this May(: he always goes above and beyond and doesn't make you feel like just another patient but family� Thank you Dr. Jones. See More
Angelica Sanchez Herrera
· August 11, 2017
I have nothing but positive to say the staff and Dr.Jones are always busy but the girls here (nurses) are always kind through out my pregnancy they were always very kind and never rude and always how ...they can help with anything!! :) See More
Sabrina Lake
· January 4, 2018
I wanna thank Dr Jones and his staff with all they have done for me! Being patient, answering all my questions and concerns! Going to miss you all �
Liz Mussell
· June 7, 2017
Dr Jones has now delivered two babies for me, and I wouldn't have wanted to work with any other doctor. He is professional and confident in what he is doing, which I appreciate because there is no about what is going on with you and your baby. He listens to his patients and takes time to answer questions. Great to work with a doctor who has "been there, done that" and truly cares. See More
Michelle Beyerl
· May 24, 2017
Dr. Jones and the staff at Associates in Women's Health are amazing. I am so sad we had to move and he won't be delivering our little girl. Thank you for all of your encouragement and wonderful care... over the years! See More
Cary Morris
· March 8, 2017
Dr. Jones is amazing. Very personable and excellent at listening to his patients. Dr. Jones delivered my first child and I had a wonderful experience in spite of my daughter deciding she wanted to early. Dr. Jones was thorough and I felt informed and listened to. The nurses are amazing and the office staff is helpful and communicate well. So glad my friend recommended going there! See More
Lindsay Sandquist
· July 8, 2017
Dr. Jones has been a rock star for me. He takes the time to listen to his patients and spends hours trying to solve an issue with them! Truly blessed with an amazing doctor!
Sapphire Christine Sulzbach
· June 8, 2017
Dr. Jones was very awesome with me throughout my entire pregnancy. And he delivered my son Cassius Zane Richard Frye. I'm very appreciative of him and his amazing staff. I was told by two different dr...s tht I would never have children. It was a very long difficult pregnancy but we both made it. And now my son is doin amazing. He is 4 months today. See More
Laurie Brandenberger
· May 9, 2017
Dr Jones and his staff are amazing. He did my TLH in January. From the initial exam to all of my post op stuff I have always been treated with the utmost respect and kindness. Anytime I had questions ...or concerns they were always answered quickly and politely. See More
CoryNaubs Matthews
· August 1, 2017
Dr Jones and his staff are amazing and so understanding. I especially love the nurses Brianna and Brynn. A+++++ to this great staff.
Shawna Johnson
· March 20, 2017
Dr. Jones delivered two of my baby's!! One is now 6 yrs old, and my newest one is 1 month old! He is amazing, and has been the best doctor I've ever had!!
June Morgan Winkler
· March 8, 2017
Dr. Jones delivered me! He was wonderful to my Mommy through her pregnancy, has the best bed-side maner and took excellent care of her when I made my early appearance. I would recommend him and his of...fice anytime! In fact, my Grandma, my Mommy and my Aunties all love Doctor Jones! See More
Nicki Grimsbo Beckman
· May 4, 2017
Dr. Jones is AWESOME!! I had a few scares in my pregnancy and he was truly concerned and helpful and took the time to make sure my baby girl was ok!! I really can't speak highly enough of him and wonderful staff!!!� See More
Tara Marie Trottier
· March 14, 2017
Dr. Jones always gives me the best care. He always makes sure all my questions are answered and his staff is amazing!!
Cathy Brady McKeown
· March 17, 2017
I've been going to see Dr Jones office for almost 9 years. He and his staff have always been the best.
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One of the most remarkable advances in medicine taking place right now is in the area of genetic medicine. As scientists and researchers continue to unlock the secrets of the human genome, all sorts of wonderful new tests and treatments will become available. Nowhere will this be more evident than in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. 50 years ago then President Nixon declared a war on cancer, but only now are we developing the knowledge and tools to really wage this at the level it has to be fought at. That's because cancer is, when you really get down to it, a genetic disease. Cancer resuts from changes in our own cell's DNA which causes them to function or behave inappropriately. In gynecology, we have never had an effective screening test for ovarian cancer. And, if you read our post from earlier in the week, the symptoms of ovarian cancer (if any) are frequently vague and nonspecific. Moreover, these symptoms typically don't show up until the cancer has started to spread throughout the abdomen. That's a big reason why the long-term survival from ovarian cancer is so low compared to many other types of cancer. But this may all change in the near future. Researchers think they have found a way to detect pieces of DNA (genetic material) in the bloodstream that would only be present if the person had ovarian cancer. Even more exciting, they think they can start to find this diseased DNA early after the cancer develops, meaning that these cancers could hopefully be caught much earlier, ideally before they have even spread beyond the ovary. So, perhaps one day in the not too distant future, part of a woman's annual exam will be a blood test to screen for ovarian cancer. And, if they can do this with ovarian cancer, it's not unrealistic to think they can do it for other types of cancer. How exciting would that be to have a blood test to screen for all sorts of cancers while they are still in their earliest stages?!

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Our February monthly winner of the baby blanket!! Congratulations SuZzy Yanez👍👍

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What are the signs of Ovarian Cancer? For many years, ovarian cancer was known as the "silent" disease. If you know the symptoms, your doctor will have a better chance of finding it early. Research has found that there are four main symptoms of ovarian cancer. You might experience them even in early stages of the disease. They are: bloating, pain in the pelvis or belly, trouble eating or quickly feeling full, and always feeling like you need to urinate. Many things othe...r than ovarian cancer can cause these symptoms. You need to look at whether these symptoms are unusual for you, and whether they are happening more often or seem worse. Other symptoms to look for are swelling in the belly, losing weight even though you aren't trying to, pain during sex, changes in your period, constipation, and upset stomach or heartburn. Because the symptoms linked to ovarian cancer are common and somewhat vague, its hard to know when to call your physician. You should get checked if the symptoms are new to you, happen more than 12 times in a month, don't go away when you make normal changes such as diet, exercise or the use of a laxative. Keep in mind: Even though these symptoms can be signs of ovarian cancer, it's more likely they are caused by something else. That is why it is always important to tell your physician if ovarian cancer or breast cancer runs in your family. As a patient you are your own best advocate. If you have any concerns about your health always call your physicians office we are here to help you.

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Another one of our miracle babies!!!!! Welcome baby Aryn!!!! Congratulations big brother Jasper and Bailey Powell!!

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We were so excited to meet Charlie & Jaxon yesterday! What a couple of miracle babies! Thank you Caelyn Sadler & April Sadler for letting us be a part of your adventure!!!!!

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Like, share, and comment your favorite thing about AIWH! WE WILL DO ANOTHER LIVE DRAWING MARCH 5TH!!!

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Associates in Womens Health updated their cover photo.
February 1
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Bailey Powell to Associates in Womens Health

Born January 22 2018 at 3:11 am weighting 4lb 12oz 17 1/2 inches aryn Levi vannortrick thank you dr Jones and your nurses for being there through my pregnancy

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Flower Gammon to Associates in Womens Health

Aniya born 7/7/15 7lbs 14 oz dr jones was amazing. There staff is so caring and welcoming.

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Jill Coates to Associates in Womens Health

Thank you to Dr. Jones and nurses for taking such good care of us. Maze Ivory Riddle is such a happy girl 💚💚

One of our new Mom's and her beautiful baby boy!!! 😍

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One of our happy expectant couples! Such a beautiful picture Kneisha Serna!!!!
Credit DC photography!

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Look at this beautiful baby Kian!! We just love happy babies!

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