Amy Grove King, PA-C Obgyn

Amy Grove King, PA-C Obgyn

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Amy, this about sums it up! Thank you for letting me know that any option is ok! You are the best!
Hello. I have a question that I have been searching high and low for the answer to but can't seem to find it. As a PA-C do you get to do actual deliveries? Or do the hospitals prefer a CNM? I desperately want to be a PA but I also want to deliver would it be more fitting to obtain a CNM vs a PA at that point?

I am an OBGYN Physician Assitant for Dr. Marco Uribe at Austin Area Obstetrics & Gynecology I am available for immediate appointments for Annual Exams, Birth Control Consults, STD Screening, Pelvic Pain, Irregular Periods, Fertility Consults, and many more Female Health concerns.

For Appointments or Questions, Please Call (512)451-8211

Operating as usual

What Do You Know About the Female Body? 01/15/2022

What Do You Know About the Female Body?

😆 love this!!!

https://youtu.be/earRJKrE8Bw

What Do You Know About the Female Body? With so many Americans playing doctor, we wanted to put their knowledge of human anatomy to the test. Specifically, the female human anatomy. So we went on t...

12/02/2021

Today was a GREAT day!!! Love it when my patients feel better and problems fixed. Today was a homerun!
#ThisISwhy I do what I do!
#PAsdothat

03/04/2021

The safety of our patients and staff members will ALWAYS come first.

#aaobgyn #obgyn #gynecology #atx #covid19 #maskup

12/24/2020

#ThisIsOurShot 💉🦠
So thankful for this opportunity and best Christmas gift. I did it for my family, friends, patients, coworkers neighbors, and strangers. This is a HUGE step forward! I miss my family and I’m so ready for hugs to be normal again!
Thank you to all the front line workers, scientist, participants, volunteers, and all the people who got us to this point. ❤️🤗🙏

11/12/2020

🙋🏼‍♀️ yup, guilty of the latter!
If this is you too, I have good news! We have many ways to treat stress urinary incontinence! There’s more options than surgery & kegels! There’s also pelvic floor physical therapy and Emsella are just a few ways! #yourPAcan #AAOBGYN

05/10/2020

Laredo Contra COVID 19

👏👏👏 listen. To. HIM!
He learned from the best, is working on the trenches in one of the hardest hit areas.
Thank you for all you are doing!

Dr. Marco Uribe III shares his New York Covid-19 experience with Laredo.

03/25/2020

We now have telemedicine visits available! So thankful I can still provide quality care and address the needs of our patients. Call to schedule your appointment! #yourPAcan

12/31/2019

Amy Grove King, PA-C Obgyn's cover photo

10/09/2019

National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)

❤️❤️❤️ Happy PA WEEK! ❤️❤️❤️

This video answers the question patients can have about who #CertifiedPAs are.
#PAsDoThat http://www.PAsDoThat.net

01/04/2019

One of my favorite random Amazon purchases?
A Toilet Light.
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Seriously. GAME-CHANGER! Why? See comment below 🤓

10/31/2018

Vote for FLO! It’s Uribe’s team! ✅
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Happy Halloween from AAOBGYN! We would love your help in choosing the winner of our costume contest this year. The employee with the most likes will win a prize. Here’s hoping you have a spooktacular day! 🧛‍♀️🧟‍♀️🐔

Happy Halloween from AAOBGYN! We would love your help in choosing the winner of our costume contest this year. The employee with the most likes will win a prize. Here’s hoping you have a spooktacular day! 🧛‍♀️🧟‍♀️🐔

10/09/2018

Amy Grove King, PA-C Obgyn's cover photo

10/09/2018

Amy Grove King, PA-C Obgyn's cover photo

10/06/2018

HAPPY PA WEEK!

Happy PA Week, PAs and PA students!

09/29/2018

I love being a PA!

AAPA and National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) recently announced a new partnership to raise awareness of the PA profession, which will begin with ads in USA TODAY during PA Week. Together, we’re spreading the word that Your PA Can Handle It! Learn more: https://bit.ly/2Qj284A

06/20/2018

So excited for our practice and this amazing addition to our services for our patients ❤️❤️❤️👩🏼‍⚕️ way to go AAOBGYN!

We are thrilled to share that the St. David’s Austin Surgery Center is finally open for business. The new ambulatory surgery center is located below #AAOBGYN, in the Women’s Center at St. David’s North Austin Medical. Pictured here is Dr. Mark Akin, who performed the inaugural case this morning. #sdasc #stdavids #aaobgyn #womenshealth #gynecology

02/14/2018

Our work family is so excited to announce the arrival of Fernando Zachary Perez delivered by Dr. Uribe!
Mama and baby are doing well and we are all so happy. Our work family continues to grow and we are all so thankful!! ❤️

Our work family are so excited to announce the arrival of Fernando Zachary Perez delivered by Dr. Uribe!
Mama and baby are doing well and we are all so happy. Our work family continues to grow and we are all so thankful!! ❤️

01/30/2018

If you know team Dr Uribe, then you know Kym! She is absolutely the best! Congrats on 20 years at AAOBGYN!!

Thank you, Kym Crowe, for 20 years of exceptional service to the patients at #aaobgyn. Kym is an essential part of our staff serving not only as the Team Lead for Dr. Uribe, but also the Clinical Manager for the practice. She consistently goes out of her way to make sure each patient she encounters receives the best care possible. Cheers to many more years together! #druribe #obgynnurse #atx #womenshealth #obgyn

01/16/2018

This 🙌🏻 ❤️

"Somewhere there is a woman: 30, no children. People ask her, “Still no kids?” Her response varies from day to day, but it usually includes forced smiles and restraint.
“Nope, not yet,” she says with a chuckle, muffling her frustration.
“Well, don’t wait forever. That clock is ticking, ya know,” the sage says before departing, happy with herself for imparting such erudite wisdom. The sage leaves. The woman holds her smile. Alone, she cries…
Cries because she’s been pregnant 4 times and miscarried every one. Cries because she started trying for a baby on her wedding night, and that was 5 years ago. Cries because her husband has an ex-wife and she has given him children. Cries because she wants desperately to try in vitro but can’t even afford the deposit. Cries because she’s done in vitro (multiple rounds) and still has no children. Cries because her best friend wouldn’t be a surrogate. “It would be too weird,” she said. Cries because her medication prevents pregnancy. Cries because this issue causes friction in her marriage. Cries because the doctor said she’s fine, but deep inside she knows it’s her. Cries because her husband blames himself, and that guilt makes him a hard person to live with. Cries because all her sisters have children. Cries because one of her sisters didn’t even want children. Cries because her best friend is pregnant. Cries because she got invited to another baby shower. Cries because her mother keeps asking, “Girl, what are you waiting on?” Cries because her in-laws want to be grandparents. Cries because her neighbor has twins and treats them like sh*t. Cries because 16-year-olds get pregnant without trying. Cries because she’s an amazing aunt. Cries because she’s already picked out names. Cries because there’s an empty room in her house. Cries because there is an empty space in her body. Cries because she has so much to offer. Cries because he’d be a great dad. Cries because she’d be a great mother, but isn’t.
Somewhere else is another woman: 34, five children. People say to her, “Five? Good lord, I hope you’re done!” And then they laugh… because those types of comments are funny. The woman laughs too, but not in earnest. She changes the subject, as she always does, and gives the disrespect a pass. Just another day. Alone, she cries…
Cries because she’s pregnant with another and feels like she has to hide the joy. Cries because she always wanted a big family and doesn’t see why people seem so disturbed by it. Cries because she has no siblings and felt profoundly lonely as a child. Cries because her Granny had 12 and she’d love to be just like her. Cries because she couldn’t imagine life without her children, but people treat her like they’re a punishment. Cries because she doesn’t want to be pitied. Cries because people assume this isn’t what she wanted. Cries because they assume she’s just irresponsible. Cries because they believe she has no say. Cries because she feels misunderstood. Cries because she’s tired of defending her private choices. Cries because she and her husband are perfectly capable of supporting their family but that doesn’t seem to matter. Cries because she’s tired of the “funny” comments. Cries because she minds her own business. Cries because she wishes others would mind theirs. Cries because sometimes she doubts herself and wonders if she should have stopped two kids ago. Cries because others are quick to offer criticism and slow to offer help. Cries because she’s sick of the scrutiny. Cries because she’s not a side show. Cries because people are rude. Cries because so many people seem to have opinions on her private life. Cries because all she wants to do is live in peace.
Another woman: 40, one child. People say to her, “Only one? You never wanted any more?”
“I’m happy with my one,” she says calmly, a rehearsed response she’s given more times than she can count. Quite believable. No one would ever suspect that alone, she cries…
Cries because her one pregnancy was a miracle. Cries because her son still asks for a brother or sister. Cries because she always wanted at least three. Cries because her second pregnancy had to be terminated to save her life. Cries because her doctor says it would be “high-risk.” Cries because she’s struggling to care for the one she has. Cries because sometimes one feels like two. Cries because her husband won’t even entertain the thought of another. Cries because her husband died and she hasn’t found love again. Cries because her family thinks one is enough. Cries because she’s deep into her career and can’t step away. Cries because she feels selfish. Cries because she still hasn’t lost the weight from her from her first pregnancy. Cries because her postpartum depression was so intense. Cries because she can’t imagine going through that again. Cries because she has body issues and pregnancy only exacerbates it. Cries because she still battles bulimia. Cries because she had to have a hysterectomy. Cries because she wants another baby, but can’t have it.
These women are everywhere. They are our neighbors, our friends, our sisters, our co-workers, our cousins. They have no use for our advice or opinions. Their wombs are their own. Let’s respect that." (Credit: Nadirah Angail. Photo by Joey Thompson, Unsplash ) #9Today

10/31/2017

Happy Halloween from the Uribe crew! 🎃

After almost 20 years, Dr. Uribe’s staff still loves a good chance to dress up as him. Happy Halloween 🎃

kevinmd.com 06/10/2017

Seeing your gynecologist is not just for a Pap smear

YEESSSSS!!! Please ladies we do more than paps and every female needs to read this!!!

kevinmd.com Don’t get fixated on whether you need a Pap smear or not.

scarymommy.com 05/20/2017

Hilarious Moms Explain Why Bathing Suits Are Bullsh*t

🤣🤣yeeeessssss😂👍🏻

http://www.scarymommy.com/imomsohard-bathing-suits-video/?utm_medium=partner&utm_source=happyhooligans

scarymommy.com “I could tell by the hanger it was bad. It had schematics to put it on.”

02/01/2017

So blessed to go to work everyday doing what I love to do and working with amazing people! #@yourcervix 😁

12/30/2016

Tidbit for HOSPITAL BILLS! 💲💲💲For those who don't know, ALWAYS ask if they (the hospital billing department) will give a discount if you pay your balance. You'd be surprise but they will usually give you a 10-20% discount. Never hurts to ask (and ask sweetly 😉)

11/21/2015

Amy Grove King, PA-C Obgyn's cover photo

11/20/2015

Did you know that frequent HICCUPS could be a sign of gallbladder dysfunction/gallstones?!?!

AND do you know the "Four F's" which are a recipe for Gallstones! (If you can name the bonus 5th "F", you get a gold star! *hint: can be silent.... but can also be deadly) type your guess in the comments or like if you got the "Four F's" correctly!

08/05/2015

Well... Just tried social media and tweeted women's health magazine... Hope it gets there attention!! Help spread the word!!! #TheLengthOfMyCoatDoesntDefineMe !!!

07/28/2015

So disappointed in you Women's Health magazine.... So disappointed...

https://www.facebook.com/190983534270548/photos/o.28068665077/903279136374314/?type=1

Dear AAPA,
As a female, as a PA, and as a PA in womens health, I am boiling with frustration and need your help!
A respected magazine with over 1 million readers is misinforming their audience as to what a Physician Assistant is and gave a very poor and inaccurate description of our scope of practice (especially compared to the description they gave our fellow non-physican practitioners).
I am livid and all I can say is "SERIOUSLY? REALLY?!".....Please see the pic below from the recent July/August 2015 issue of Women's Health magazine from the article by Juno DeMelo "Who's Who: Medical Edition". I hope you can be the strong VOICE for Physician Assistants. Let's help this magazine and the author have an accurate understanding of a PA and our scope of practice in order to better educate their readers so that we may all improve the care our patients receive. It begins with the patient understanding and TRUSTING our abilities as PAs. SO PROUD TO BE ONE!!!!

07/23/2015

Word of advice from a medical provider: when calling to make an appointment and when asked "what's the appointment for?"... Please do NOT say "personal issue".... I say this because (no offense) but every office visit is a 'personal issue'.

You don't need to give specific details (besides we've heard it all and we abide by HIPPA anyways), but if you can give some more specific information, you are likely to be scheduled appropriately and a likely shorter wait time for your visit. (And I can prepare for your visit ahead of time). Appropriate examples: 'review labs' or 'medication side effects' or 'Itching' etc.

Heck, tell the schedulers how much time you actually want to talk! "I think I'll need 30 mins to discuss the info I found on google about my weight gain"

thanks,
❤️your friendly provider!

*share this to help out you and your doctors! Thanks!

thyroid.org 07/01/2015

American Thyroid Association | ATA

Had your Thyroid checked lately?!?! 😳

📝Professional tip: When it comes to thyroid, make sure you ask your provider about Optimal Range vs Normal Range.

DID YOU KNOW: ⁉️

-📌Up to 60 percent of those with thyroid disease are unaware 🙈 of their condition.

-📌WOMEN 👩🏼 are five to eight times more likely than men 👨🏻 to have thyroid problems.

-📌1 in 6-8 Women will develop a thyroid disorder during her lifetime.

-📌Undiagnosed thyroid disease may put patients at risk for certain serious conditions, such as cardiovascular ❤️ diseases, osteoporosis and infertility.

-📌Pregnant women with undiagnosed or inadequately treated hypothyroidism have an increased risk of miscarriage, preterm delivery, and severe developmental problems in their children.

thyroid.org Founded in 1923 the American Thyroid Association is dedicated to Scientific Inquiry, Clinical Excellence, Public Service, Education, and Collaboration.

physicianspractice.com 06/29/2015

PAs: 10 Myths vs. Facts | Physicians Practice

Do you know about Physician Assistants? I love Em'!!!

https://www.facebook.com/AAPA.org/posts/10155805058610078

physicianspractice.com Many physicians still don't fully understand how PAs work in today's evolving healthcare landscape. Here's some facts to clear up the confusion.

www.fitpregnancy.com 06/25/2015

The Best Places to Give Birth in America

Check out #5!!! Way to go!! So proud!!


http://www.fitpregnancy.com/pregnancy/labor-delivery/best-places-give-birth-america#st_refDomain=m.facebook.com&st_refQuery=

www.fitpregnancy.com These 8 hospitals, with their cutting-edge amenities, are making celebrities, like Gwyneth Paltrow, and non-celebrity moms alike feel pampered as they push.

06/19/2015

Looking for a Medical Assistant or LVN to join our awesome staff! If you know anyone who you think would be a good fit please private message me! 😃

05/10/2015

Happy Mother's Day to ALL the women of the world!

share44.damn.com 05/09/2015

This Blind Mom Goes In For Her Ultrasound - The Doctor's Surprise Leaves Everyone In Tears

BEAUTIFUL!!!

https://www.facebook.com/kymsandersoncrowe/posts/10152783959402097

share44.damn.com This is a true story Tatiana Guerra, a woman who is 20 weeks pregnant and blind. Tatiana lost her sight when she was 17, but that did not stop her from living a colorful life. She uses her other senses to “see”, such as touch and smell, and like any other woman in her position, is greatly anticipati…

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