Women’s Health Center, a service of Northfield Hospital & Clinics, offers  OB/GYN specialists whose physician services are provided by Mayo Clinic Health System.

Deborah Suppes, MD, Melanie H. Dixon, MD, Christine Braun, MD, and Dana Olson, MD, see patients at Women’s Health Center and deliver babies and perform surgeries at Northfield Hospital.

Supportive and comprehensive care includes preventive healthcare, prenatal care, routine and high-risk obstetrics, a full range of gynecological services and surgery, cancer screening, sexual and contraceptive guidance, infertility counseling, urinary incontinence, well woman exams and education.

Family Physicians

Our medical staff includes family physicians from the Allina Medical Clinic who provide obstetrical services at Northfield Hospital’s First Touch Birth Center.

These board-certified family physicians provide pregnancy care through delivery and will care for the newborn at the time of delivery as well. They provide ongoing care for the family following birth.

Family physicians currently providing this care are: Cindy Baumgartner, MD; Ryan Behrens, MD; Tamara Detert, DO; Kyle Hoffert, MD; Mark Labenski, MD; Amy Ripley, MD; Heather Stortz, DO; Kristin Tapper, MD; and William Votel, MD.

»Learn more about the physicians of Allina Medical Clinic–Northfield

High-Risk Pregnancy Care

Maternal-fetal medicine specialists from Mayo Clinic Outreach Services see patients at Women’s Health Center in Northfield on a regular basis. They specialize in high-risk pregnancies and work closely with our medical staff to provide care to women with more complicated pregnancies.

In addition, Steve Calvin, MD, a maternal-fetal medicine specialist from the Twin Cities, provides high-risk pregnancy care to patients through the Northfield Hospital Outpatient Clinic. Patients see him by referral from their primary provider. He also provides genetic counseling.