Philosophy and Mission
Every patient, every visit, every question matters. There is no question that is too small, and never do you have too many questions to answer. Your time is important to us at Carolina Elite Women’s Care. Simply Elite Care for the elite you!
To treat you as the most important patient in the practice while delivering elite care.
We encourage doulas, midwives, soon-to-be grandmothers, other family members and friends to participate and assist with birth. Delivery is a collective experience that can be shared, if desired.
We encourage VBACs; It’s a redemption story in the making for the right patient.
Birth plans are a great tool to express your preferences. As a team, we review these preferences to provide a memorable delivery for the patient.
The first visit is a consultation. It is a getting-to-know-you visit. It is a time to ask any prepared questions and review your medical history. Typically, an ultrasound is performed to establish dating.
Yes, there are a wide variety of procedures performed in the office setting with and without a board certified Anesthesiologist. We can provide the comfort and expertise of a hospital procedure in the office at a fraction of the hospital cost.
One of the benefits to selecting a solo practitioner is continuity of care. You’ll see the same provider who will know and understand subtle details in your medical history to make a significant difference in your care. In the event of an emergency, hospitalized patients are the priority. In addition, Dr. Scott has a contract with the hospital laborist group, OBHG, at UNC REX Hospital. These are medical doctors who are available 24 hours a day to buffer any delay in care at the hospital. Dr. Scott limits the number of new patients to continue to provide elite care and minimize any inconveniences to his patients.
During the day, we can be reached at the office: 919-977-7095. In addition, you can always reach us through our online portal system. The portal system is HIPAA compliant to communicate with Dr. Scott for general questions. During the night, he can be reached through the same number. The office number is routed to an after-hour answering service. Dr. Scott typically responds within 20 minutes. If he has not returned your call, please call again as he is sometimes in deliveries or emergencies.
All questions should be answered within 24 hours. This includes all phone calls and portal messages.
- Birth control pills
- The patch
- Depo provera
- Intra-uterine devices (IUDs), Mirena, Paragard, Kyleena, Liletta
- Permanent sterilization (tubal ligation)
Monday, 8am – 5pm
Tuesday, 8am – 5pm
Wednesday, 8am – 5pm
Thursday, 9am -6pm
Friday, 8am – 12pm
Saturday, 8am – 12pm, we are open select Saturdays each month
Yes, we are happy to take care of high risk patients. High risk patients are typically managed in coordination with a perinatal specialist. However, when appropriate, some patients are managed completely by the perinatal specialist. The decision to completely transfer care versus coordinate care is typically made at the initial prenatal visit.
- Blue Cross Blue Shield, (not including Blue Local or Blue Value)
- Cigna, (not including Cigna Connect)
- Humana-Military, formerly known as Tricare
- Three Rivers
- United Health Care
No, we are flexible. We understand the cost of pregnancy can be significant. The global fee which includes your prenatal care, delivery, and post-delivery care can be paid in full or in installments. Payment plans are generally completed by the post-partum visit.
Most labs are sent to Rex Hospital for processing. If your insurance requires a specific lab for processing, then we can often make arrangements. Typically, labs fees are separate from office fees.