Eight physicians and one nurse midwife… One purpose

Eastern Carolina Women’s Center, PA is a private medical practice dedicated to providing high quality and compassionate women’s healthcare services to our patients in every stage of their life. We take pride in serving our patients through our offices in New Bern and Havelock.

Eastern Carolina Women's Center
L-R Back Row: Rolvix H. Patterson, MD, FACOG; Jeffrey A. Michelson, MD, FACOG; Dennis K. Martin, MD, FACOG (retired); John H. Tinga, MD, FACOG; Jeremy Belch, MD; C. Lawrence Parker, MD, FACOG. L-R Front Row: Kristi L. English Brown, MD, FACOG; Melinda B. Michelson, MD, FACOG; Mandy K. Marshburn, CNM, MSN; Paige Moye, MD.

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Urogynecology

Pelvic organ prolapse and bladder dysfunction and incontinence.

Midwifery

Learn more about our services we offer with your pregnancy.

Robotic Surgery

Overcomes limitations of both traditional and minimally invasive surgery.

Latest News

  • Yoga May Be Right Move Against Urinary Incontinence

    TUESDAY, May 22, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Yoga can help older women who fight frequent bouts of urinary incontinence, new research suggests. The finding stems from a small study of participants in yoga classes specifically designed to help older women with urinary incontinence. They were between the ages of 55 and 83 (average age: 66),…

  • Mom-to-Be's Pot Use Tied to Changes in Baby's Size, Behavior

    TUESDAY, May 22, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Smoking marijuana during pregnancy has been linked to smaller weights and irritable behavior in infants, new research suggests. And if a pregnant woman smokes tobacco along with marijuana, the effects on the baby are even worse, the study authors said. “A lot of women who are smoking cigarettes…

  • U.S. Cancer Death Rate Declines Again, But Prostate Cancer Incidence Rises

    TUESDAY, May 22, 2018 (HealthDay News) — There’s good news for Americans in the war against cancer. Cancer deaths continue to decline nationwide, according to the Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer. But the report also points to one troubling trend — prostate cancer deaths are creeping up again after years…

  • Commuters: Pedal Your Way to Better Heart Health

    TUESDAY, May 22, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Ditching the car and biking or walking to work just might cut your risk of developing heart disease and even dying from it. So says a new British study that finds a person’s risk of heart disease or stroke falls 11 percent and their risk of dying from…

  • Vendors Say Pot Eases Morning Sickness. Will Baby Pay a Price?

    MONDAY, May 21, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Nearly 70 percent of Colorado marijuana dispensaries recommended pot products to manage early pregnancy-related morning sickness, new research reveals. In a “mystery caller” approach, researchers posed as women who were eight weeks pregnant, experiencing nausea and vomiting, and seeking advice about cannabis product use. Four hundred marijuana dispensaries…

  • Lower Vitamin D levels Linked to More Belly Fat

    MONDAY, May 21, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Obese people who carry much of their excess fat around their waist are at risk of vitamin D deficiency, new research warns. The finding highlights yet another damaging health effect of obesity. Low vitamin D levels have been linked to poor bone health, as well as increased risk…