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PREPREGNANCY CARE

Most important factors impacting the health

and well-being of your baby are known to be

related to your own health and well-being.

That’s why the best time to start caring for

your baby is before getting pregnant.

As the Centers for Disease Control and

Prevention has found, 80% of women

start pregnancy without receiving any

preparation for pregnancy about healthy

lifestyle and prevention strategies.

With this in mind, Joseph Hazan, M.D., FACOG

who has delivered seven thousand babies and

has taught at Washington University and St.

Louis University, has a PrePregnancy Profile to

help you achieve your optimal health now.

Your pregnancy and delivery will be a most

wonderful and fulfilling event when you can

enjoy health and wellness before pregnancy.

You’ll be able to deliver at one of the best

hospital like Mercy, De Paul, Missouri Baptist

or Progress West.

THIS IS A GREAT TIME FOR YOU TO RECEIVE

EXCELLENT EXPERT CARE THAT PUTS YOU

AND YOUR BABY FIRST!

When you come to see Dr. Joseph Hazan

you’ll have great peace of mind knowing

you’ll be receiving excellent and competent

care with compassion and convenience.

With two convenient locations, you can

be seen at

12277 De Paul Dr., Ste 402 in St. Louis County

or 4200 N. Cloverleaf Dr. Ste H in St. Charles County.

So, please take the first step now by visiting us at

Dr. Joseph Hazan M.D. F.A.C.O.G | St. Louis Advanced OB/Gyn Services

and

please call 314.291.2140 in St. Louis County

or 636.928.1800 in St. Charles County, Warren

County or Lincoln County.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU SOON!

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