Frequently Asked Questions at WCJC
Frequently Asked Questions
If scheduling allows, we would be happy to take care of all of your needs during a single visit! Women’s Clinic of Johnson County even offers a standing discount on any aesthetic services booked on the day of your annual.
We require 24 hours notice prior to appointment in order to cancel; if the time of your appointment no longer works, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we can help reschedule you for a day and time that works better. We reserve the right to no longer see a patient after three no shows, as our doctor’s schedules are extremely important to maintain for the convenience of the other patients of our practice.
Absolutely! You are welcome to visit any WCJC location that is most convenient for you. If you are pregnant, you do not have to deliver at the same place as your office visits. Similarly, if you are planning on having surgery, this does not have to be done at the same location as your normal office visits.
Each of our doctors are highly qualified. Which doctor you see will depend on a variety of factors, including availability, personal preference based on personality, and specialty. Feel free to meet each of our doctors online to learn more about which of our providers might be a good fit for you. And if you have any additional questions you cannot find on the web, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Our team of 10 female doctors take turns on call during nights and weekends. We are mothers, wives, aunts, and friends and maintain adequate downtime in order for us to provide excellent care in the office. Therefore, we have a fantastic team of on-call providers who are available every night and every weekend to ensure you receive the care you need, when you need it. We have separate teams for each day of the week and would be happy to introduce you to them during a time that works for you.
You are able to (and in fact, we encourage you to) visit with other providers at WCJC. Soon we plan to introduce virtual “open house nights” for our patients to be able to meet the on-call doctors this fall. When appropriate, we will begin hosting these events in person.
At this time we are allowing patients to bring one visitor and their newborn in a carrier with them into the clinic. Masking in the office is optional at this time. Feel free to ask your provider if it is okay to record or use FaceTime with family during your appointment.