Women turn to us to help them make sense of the often confusing messages that abound on women’s health. Whether it’s a decision about routine care, birth control, fertility or a gynecologic cancer, our physicians respectfully guide each patient in selecting the best treatment plan.
Discovering you are pregnant can be one of the most exciting times of your life and the preparation for a new baby should be enjoyable. Having a baby can be an exciting and overwhelming time for women and their partners, as there is a lot to think about and plan for. There are many questions and choices to make, so we hope that the information within this web page will help you on your journey. The maternity services here at the British Virgin Islands Health Services Authority include midwifery and obstetric care. Our aim is to provide a service to meet the individual needs of all women, throughout their pregnancy, birth and in the early days at home.
Antenatal care is the care you receive from our healthcare professionals during your pregnancy. The purpose of antenatal care is to monitor your health, your baby’s health and provide you with the need support through the pregnancy.
Postnatal care is the care you and your baby receive from our healthcare professionals after your baby is born. The purpose of postnatal care is to monitor your health, your baby’s health during the first few weeks after delivery.
Obstetrician & Gynecologist
Nosa Everest Omo-lgbinomwanhia MBBS, DM (OBGYN), FACOG
Dr. Nosa Everest Omo-lgbinomwanhia completed his Doctors of Medicine at the University of West Indies where he studied Obstetrics & Gynecology
Education and Training
Medicine and Surgery University of Benin School of Medical Sciences, Edo State, Nigeria, 1986-1994
Central Hospital Benin, Edo State Nigeria, 1994-1995
University of West lndies, Graduate
School of Medical Sciences
Trinidad & Tobago, 2004-2009
American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists, 2013