Modern Medical Facilities

With a new, modern medical facility, our Colorado Springs OB/GYN clinic is at the leading edge of women’s healthcare. Our offices are equipped with the latest in diagnostic technology, meaning that all your obstetrical and gynecological needs will be met to the highest possible standards in an environment where you will feel comfortable. Our comprehensive, exceptional care is only matched by our helpful nurse practitioners and supportive staff. At COOB, you are part of our family.

Modern Equipment

With our combination of industry leading modern medical tools and our constant initiative to learn more in our field, our patients will benefit greatly from our advanced practices. We ensure a higher level of care without unnecessarily intrusive procedures with the shortest possible recovery time. Our physician is at the forefront of her field and is constantly looking at ways to improve her level of care.

Schedule an appointment with Colorado Obstetrics & Women’s Health in Colorado Springs today!

About Our Colorado Springs OBGYN Practice

Colorado Obstetrics & Women’s Health has been a Colorado Springs OB/GYN practice for nearly a decade, serving the community by  offering state-of-the-art healthcare for women in all stages of life. By providing exceptional care utilizing the latest in medical advances, knowledge, and equipment, all within a caring, compassionate, and supportive environment, our female gynecologists are truly committed to offering the best level of care to our patients as possible.

From obstetrics to gynecology, ultrasounds and more, our Colorado Springs OB/GYN clinic has modern, cutting edge equipment, and experienced nurse practitioners that will assist in early detection, preventative care, and health promotion.

As your life goes on, your obstetric and gynecologic needs can change from year to year. No matter what phase of your life you are in, our Colorado Springs OB/GYN practice offers the latest in diagnostics technology and women’s health care services, including yearly health screenings and checkups, adolescent care, female wellness, reproductive and sexual health care, menopause treatment, and more. With years of experience, our female gynecologists are prepared for any need you may have, including cancer screenings and high-risk pregnancies, ensuring that you have the best care available in the state.

Other women’s health services offered by COOB include the following:

  • Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • Menopausal Management

What to Expect from an Ultrasound

  • The examination usually takes less than 30 minutes.
  • The patient is positioned on an examination table and clear gel is applied to the abdomen or in the vagina. This improves conduction of sound waves and eliminates air between the transducer, a small plastic device that sends out sound waves and records them as they bounce back.

How to Prepare for an Ultrasound

  • Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing.

Types of Ultrasounds

  • Standard Ultrasounds direct high-pitched sound waves toward the baby which bounces off tissues, organs, and bones in the mother’s body, including those of the baby in the uterus. This creates black and white images on a monitor.
  • Advanced or Targeted Ultrasounds are used to further investigate a suspected abnormality identified by a standard ultrasound.
  • Doppler Ultrasounds measure slight changes in the frequency of the ultrasound waves as they bounce off moving objects, such as blood cells.
  • A Transvaginal Ultrasound is a type of pelvic ultrasound used by doctors to examine female reproductive organs. This includes the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, cervix, and the vagina.
  • An Abdominal Ultrasound is used to help your doctor visualize the organs and structures inside the abdomen. It is used to help diagnose pain or distention and evaluate the kidneys, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, and abdominal aorta.

What to Know Before Visiting a Gynecologist

If you are seeing a gynecologist that also practices obstetrics, such as Dr. Hammond, you have the benefit having the same doctor to provide care for your female health needs as well as during your pregnancy. 

Some great questions to ask your gynecologist include:

  1. What areas do you specialize in?
  2. How do I perform a proper breast self-examination
  3. Anything regarding abnormalities in your period
  4. What are my birth control options?
  5. Anything regarding STD testing

Call Colorado Obstetrics and Women’s Health to schedule an appointment with either Dr. Hammond or one of our nurse practitioners. We are located in Northern Colorado Springs and would love to have you as a patient!

Inclement Weather

In the event of extreme weather, please telephone our office at (719) 634-8800 prior to leaving for your appointment. Our answering service will be able to advise you of delay or closure.


This website is presented for information only and is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice. No doctor/patient relationship is established, no diagnosis or treatment is being provided by your use of this website. This website does not offer medical or surgical advice to anyone.


Dr. Hammond performs hospital based procedures, surgeries, and deliveries at Memorial Hospital North, located at 4050 Briargate Parkway in Colorado Springs.