Services and Procedures


Childbirth Education Classes

The more you know, the better you will feel!
  • Childbirth Education Classes Offered in the Mineola Office
  • Learn from certified childbirth educators who are NYU Langone Hospital- Long Island labor and delivery nurses!
Find out:
  • What’s normal and what’s not during the third trimester
  • Breathing and relaxation techniques for early labor
  • Coping strategies to manage labor pains
For more information contact our Childbirth Educator, Donna Schramm, RNC at 516-679-1118 or

We recommend taking classes between 28-32 weeks, but it is never too early to sign up!

Pregnancy, itself, is not a high-risk condition. It is a normal part of reproductive life.

Most pregnancies have a healthy, happy outcome. Some pregnancies however are complicated by problems with the mother’s health, the health of the fetus (baby) or complications unique to pregnancy. These pregnancies are at “high-risk” for developing problems and having a poor outcome. High risk complications of pregnancy occur in only about 6 to 8 percent of all pregnancies. However, these complications result in 70 to 80 percent of the mortality and morbidity (illness) related to pregnancy for the mother and/or the child. Therefore, special care is needed to assure the best possible outcome for both.

Please keep in mind most high risk pregnancies have a good outcome! Women can improve their chances for a healthy outcome by seeking early care, even prior to becoming pregnant, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

The physicians at Long Island Women’s Health Care Group have delivered more than 5,000 healthy babies over the last 25 years. You can be assured of personal attention from our physicians and staff at all times during your pregnancy.

Trying To Call One Of Our Locations?

  • Mineola: 516-741-4321
  • Syosset: 516-364-8780

Patient Forms

If you are a new patient to our clinic, you may save time by completing the following forms prior to arriving for your appointment.