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Patient Perspectives of Obstetrician-Gynecologists as Primary Care Providers.

@article{Mazzoni2017PatientPO,
  title={Patient Perspectives of Obstetrician-Gynecologists as Primary Care Providers.},
  author={Sara Mazzoni and Sarah E. Brewer and Josh Durfee and Jennifer Pyrzanowski and Juliana G Barnard and Amanda F. Dempsey and Sean T O'Leary},
  journal={The Journal of reproductive medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={62 1-2},
  pages={
          3-8
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To examine women�s perceptions of their obstetrician/gynecologist (ob-gyn) as primary care provider (PCP) and comfort in receiving primary care services in an ob-gyn setting. STUDY DESIGN Survey regarding women�s use of their ob-gyn provider as a PCP, their desire and comfort in receiving primary care services from them, and their perceptions of their ob-gyn�s delivery of primary care. Associations were assessed between use of an ob-gyn as PCP and various demographic and attitudinal… 

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