Alliance Main Campus
1560 Turf Lane
East Lansing, MI 48823

ph: 517-484-3000
fax: 517-484-6358

Alliance South Campus
1100 South Cedar Street
Mason, MI 48854

ph: 517-484-3000
fax: 517-978-0002

About Us

Alliance Obstetrics and Gynecology provides a full spectrum of health care for women, offering complete obstetrical care. Serving patients from adolescence through menopause and beyond, we take a partnership approach to healthcare, working with our patients on the premise that equal participation in the decision making process leads to optimal health.


Please review the Alliance Ob-Gyn Code of Conduct


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We are currently accepting new patients!  You can be seen in our new South Campus office located at 1100 South Cedar Street in Mason or our Main Campus in East Lansing. 517-484-3000
Pap screening guidelines are currently every 3 - 5 years for low risk women. Does this mean you only need to visit your gynecologist every 3 years?  No, you should still have an annual exam yearly. Your annual includes a physical pelvic exam that checks the structures on both the inside and the outside of the vagina as well as the size and shape of the uterus and ovaries.  The pap smear takes a scraping of cells from the cervix to check for cervical cancer and it's precursors.
If it has been more than a year since your last pelvic exam, call our office today at 517-484-3000 to make an appointment.
*Asymptomatic women and men who have traveled to an area where the Zika Virus is present should wait at least 8 weeks after possible exposure before attempting pregnancy.
*Women diagnosed with Zika virus should wait at least 8 weeks after symptom onset before attempting pregnancy.
*Men who are diagnosed with Zika virus should wait at least 6 months after symptom onset before attempting pregnancy.
*Testing for Zika virus is NOT recommended for women and men with possible exposure in the absence of clinical symptoms.
The CDC is continuing to recommend that pregnant women refrain from traveling to areas with ongoing Zika Virus transmission (Barbados, Bolivia, Brazil, Columbia, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Curacao, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Saint Martin, Suriname, US Virgin Islands and Venezuela) during their pregnancy.  The CDC has recommended Zika Virus testing for ALL pregnant women (regardless of symptoms) who have traveled to an affected area within the past 2-12 weeks. Please call the office at 517-484-3000 if you have traveled to an affected area during your pregnancy.  For more information, please visit

At Alliance, our goal is to provide our patients with the best experience possible when interacting with our practice.  We are pleased to announce our secure, interactive patient self-service feature that will let you communicate with us from the convenience of your home or office.  If you would like to sign up for the Patient Portal or if you have questions about your account, please call our office at 517-484-3000.

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