COVID-19: Updates to Our Visitor Policy
We receive a lot of questions about our visitor policy and if we have plans to allow visitors. At this time, we continue taking extra precautions to provide the safest environment possible for our patients and staff and require that patients come alone to their visits. This includes no children, including infants. We want to […]
Tuning in to Your Mental Health
We are living through challenging times, and we know many people are experiencing depression, anxiety and stress. This not only impacts mental health, but it can take a toll on your physical well-being and may warrant a conversation with your healthcare provider.
Enjoying the Great Outdoors
While gyms in Minnesota were allowed to reopen earlier this month, not everyone has a membership and not everyone is interested in returning to a busy setting right now. Fortunately, our state has a lot to offer when it comes to outdoor exercise opportunities, particularly this time of year.
Clinic Sofia Stands With the BIPOC Community Against Racism
Clinic Sofia OBGYN stands in solidarity with the BIPOC community against systemic racism and oppression experienced every day in America.
Ask Sofia: Do I need a primary care physician?
At Clinic Sofia, we pride ourselves in offering full-circle care to women of all ages. However, in some instances or at a certain stage of life, it makes sense for patients to have a primary care physician (PCP) or seek care from a family practitioner.
Clinic Sofia Update on In-Office Appointments
We were pleased to resume all types of in-office appointments on June 1, including annual exams, obstetric visits, gynecologic problems, fertility treatments and more. In addition, our doctors are performing elective surgeries.
We will continue to offer virtual appointments even as we expand in-person visit options for patients who would prefer not to come into the office or find them virtual visits more convenient. These appointments, done from the comfort of your home, work great for birth control consults, UTIs, yeast infections, fertility consultations as well as concerns about depression and anxiety.