Women's Health

Now accepting new OB/GYN patients. To make an appointment at any of our Women's Health locations, Call 716.656.4077

At General Physician, PC We care for all women for all stages of life. That’s the philosophy of our Women’s Health group. With an extended team of OB/GYN providers, we focus on a wide range of women’s health issues, including routine care, diagnostics, reproductive health, as well as consulting and care during pregnancy and childbirth. 

We also combine the comfortable environment of small family practice with the modern amenities and flexibility you’d expect from a large group practice. You’re invited to schedule appointments at any of our offices at your convenience. And because women’s health is so very personal, our providers put you in control of your health and offer care that aligns with your values.

Our services include:

Obstetrics • Gynecology • Urogynecology • Surgery • Genetic tests • Infertility

Video Visits:

We are excited to offer our current patients Video Visits. Rather than coming to our office, you can remain in the comfort of your home and still receive a consultation/appointment with one of our providers.

To participate you will need to have a valid email address and a computer or device with a camera (mobile phone, iPad, tablet, etc). Simply call our office and we can get you scheduled. 

Many insurance companies are covering video visits like they would regular in-office appointments.


Please Note: Video Visits may not be appropriate in every situation. To see if it is a good option for you, please call our office and speak to a patient services representative.

To learn more, click on the image below and watch a brief informational video about video visits. 

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To patients, colleagues, friends and the Women’s Health community of Dr. Sheri Baczkowski

It is with heavy hearts that we share the sad news of Dr. Baczkowski’s passing on April 25, 2020. She has been a valued member of our General Physician, PC Women’s Health team and a compassionate, caring physician. She was part of a highly-skilled group of providers at the Maple Road office, and her energy, commitment, and expertise will be greatly missed.

We ask that you keep Dr. Baczkowski’s family in your thoughts and prayers at this time.

If you have any questions, please call our office (716.656.4077)


COVID-19 Message to all our Women's Health Patients - Click Here to Read


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Current classes at Oishei Children's Hospital include:

For more information about the programs offered at Oishei Children’s Hospital, click here to visit the Childbirth Education page.

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COVID-19 Information For Pregnant or Breastfeeding Moms

Our partners at Kaleida Health have put together a valuable resource for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. There have been a lot of questions and concerns surrounding COVID-19 for these two groups. Kaleida has assembled an FAQ page to answer many of these questions. 

Click here to visit Kaleida Health's FAQ page.

Current Classes Available through Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital

Prior to birth

Following birth 

  • Daily Bathing
  • Lactation, with lactation services available 12 hours per day, 7 days per week. (All of the nurses on the Mother Baby Unit are specially trained in lactation to meet the new mom’s needs day or night. Support and guidance for bottle-feeding mothers and their newborns are also offered).


Now Offering YoMingo®

A complimentary evidence-based education program designed to give expecting parents convenient access to valuable information anytime, anywhere. YoMingo includes the tools and support you need at every stage from pregnancy through the first year of infancy. Learn more and register for access.

For more information, or to register for a class at Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital, call (716) 568-3628 or click here.

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Pregnancy & COVID-19 FAQs for Moms-to-Be

What is the risk to pregnant women of getting COVID-19?

The CDC does not currently know if a pregnant women has a greater chance of getting sick from COVID-19 than the general public nor whether they are more likely to have serious illness as a result. Pregnant women experience changes in their bodies that may increase their risk of some infections. With viruses from the same family as COVID-19, and other viral respiratory infections, such as influenza, women have had a higher risk of developing severe illness. It is always important for pregnant women to protect themselves from illnesses.

How can pregnant women protect themselves from getting COVID-19?

Pregnant women should do the same things as the general public to avoid infection. You can help stop the spread of COVID-19 by taking these actions:

  • Cover your cough (using your elbow is a good technique) 
  • Avoid people who are sick
  • Clean your hands often using soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizer

Can COVID-19 cause problems for a pregnancy?

The CDC does not know at this time if COVID-19 would cause problems during pregnancy or affect the health of the baby after birth.

Can COVID-19 be passed from a pregnant woman to the fetus or newborn?

The CDC still does not know if a pregnant woman with COVID-19 can pass the virus that causes COVID-19 to her fetus or baby during pregnancy or delivery. No infants born to mothers with COVID-19 have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. In these cases, which are a small number, the virus was not found in samples of amniotic fluid or breastmilk.

If a pregnant woman has COVID-19 during pregnancy, will it hurt the baby?

The CDC does not know at this time what if any risk is posed to infants of a pregnant woman who has COVID-19. There have been a small number of reported problems with pregnancy or delivery (e.g. preterm birth) in babies born to mothers who tested positive for COVID-19 during their pregnancy. However, it is not clear that these outcomes were related to maternal infection.

What to do if pregnant with confirmed or suspected

Pregnant patients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 should notify their physician and the hospital at which they are scheduled to deliver. The obstetric unit should be informed prior to arrival so that the facility can make appropriate infection control preparations before the patient arrives for care. https://www.buffalobaby.org/#faq

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