At North Pointe OB/GYN, Drs. Sean J. Lambert, Robert B. Barrett, and Nancy M. Walsh have helped many women who were expecting more than one child. Respected by both their peers and patients for their expertise on delivering twins and multiples, the doctors are regarded by many as some of the leading OB/GYNs in Cumming and Dawsonville, Georgia, as well as the rest of North Atlanta.
Many women are able to safely deliver twins and multiples vaginally. Having more than one child, however, increases the chance of complication. Therefore, women who are expecting more than one child and want to have a vaginal delivery should see an obstetrician who has successfully helped women deliver multiple children vaginally before.
When selecting a provider to see for prenatal care and delivery, women should first look for a licensed and board certified obstetrician. Both licensed medical doctors and licensed doctors of osteopathy have completed medical school and a residency program and have the necessary training. Ones that are board-certified in obstetrics have demonstrated their expertise by passing a difficult and thorough exam.
Second, women should look for a doctor who specializes in high-risk pregnancies and has admitting privileges at a hospital that has the resources necessary to perform emergency cesarean sections. Emergency C-sections aren’t common, but it’s nice to know that the doctor is able to perform one if necessary.
Finally, women may want to seek out a doctor who sees patients at a conveniently located practice. Prenatal care requires seeing a doctor at regular intervals throughout pregnancy, and appointments can become especially frequent during the second and third trimesters. Going to a nearby practice makes getting to and from appointments easy.
Women who are having twins or multiples typically find out during their first ultrasound appointment. Any woman who is diagnosed with twins or multiples at this appointment should consider seeing a doctor who specializes in multiple-birth deliveries.
At North Pointe OB/GYN, we accept most major medical insurance plans. Here is a short-list of just some of the most popular plans we accept. Please contact our office if you do not see your insurance provider listed here.
"North pointe ob is great! Doctor B. is the best and everyone else is very nice as well. All of the doctors are the best and everyone makes you feel comfortable."
"We have been seeing Dr. Barrett and he is top notch and highly recommend him and the rest of the North Pointe family. We are proud to call North Pointe our home!"
"Dr. Walsh is the best! She's been my gynecologist for the past 5 years. She's always very professional and kind. I trust her opinion very much."
"Friendly staff in front and back office. Everyone cares about their patients here and always have a pleasant experience with each person at every visit."
"I have not used the ob side as my baby is about to be 21 but Dr Walsh has been my gyn for several years. I love her. My 2 adult daughters also see her and love her. "
"My husband and I love Dr. Barrett, Walsh and Lambert, I have been with them since 2007 and can't say enough good about them. They have delivered 3 beautiful girls..."
"I have been with North Pointe OB/Gyn for awhile now . All the doctors, midwives, nurses, front desk /back desk nurses, ultrasound tech are all friendly..."
"Dr. Lambert was truly amazing when I went into labor. We had a VBAC plan and he was incredibly patient, even though labor took a total of 36 hours. He didn't give up.."
"Dr. Lambert and her staff get to know everyone by first name and they listen to everything you tell them. They give awesome advice..."
"I have been a patient of Dr. Lambert for 13yrs. Dr.Lambert delivered my son and my daughter was born by a midwife at his practice 3 yrs ago. They are all great!"
"I have been with NPOBGYN last 5 years and I love Dr. Walsh and the whole practice!"
"Great place. Staff is very professional and extremely friendly"
"I remember my very first visit at North Pointe in 2012 when I had a miscarriage. My heart was broken but Dr Lambert hugged my neck and told me everything will be OK."