Prenatal care is more than just health care while you are pregnant. The healthier you are, the stronger you and you baby are likely to be. Whether this is your first pregnancy or third, early and regular prenatal care is important.
- Complete maternity care —
from prenatal through delivery
- Fetal monitoring & ultrasounds
- High-risk pregnancy management
Of all caregiver relationships, perhaps nothing is quite so personal as the one a woman has with her obstetrician / gynecologist. That is why it so important to me to take the time and listen to my patients.
If you are looking for an obstetrician / gynecologist, or have particular issues or concerns related to pregnancy, I invite you to call 408.358.1888 for an appointment. I am now accepting patients
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The Palo Alto Medical Foundation accepts most major insurance & HMO health plans. For a complete list of the plans accepted, click here (opens a new window).
Adjacent to / and affiliated with Good Samaritan Hospital
My office is located adjacent to the Good Samaritan Hospital, on the San Jose/Los Gatos border at 2577 Samaritan Drive, Suite 810, San Jose, CA 95124 (map).
Anjali S. Tate, MD, FACOG
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Board Certified – Stanford Trained
A Silicon Valley “TOP DOC”
Pregnancy and childbirth are very exciting times in a person’s life. But just like all things in life, it takes a little bit of time and preparation to get pregnant. There are a few things you can do for yourself to adopt a healthy lifestyle prior to conception and throughout your pregnancy. (See Obstetrics and Pregnancy / Obstetrics FAQ)
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Menopause can be confusing time when a woman’s hormones begin to decline. These changes can result in depression, mood disorders, and hot flashes, changes in libido, vaginal dryness and urinary incontinence. (See Urinary Incontinence - FAQ) For symptom relief, some women opt to take hormones (also known as hormone replacement therapy or simply ‘HRT’) while others prefer to take natural supplements or nothing at all. There is no right answer, which is why we will work together to develop an individualized regimen that best suits your needs. (See Menopause and Menopause - FAQ)
Often called the silent killer, Osteoporosis is disease process resulting in bone loss and fragility that affects over 20 million Americans. Osteoporosis remains silent until a fracture occurs as a result of fragile bones. It is estimated that over 50% of women over the age of 50 will suffer from an osteoporosis related fracture. However, much can be done to prevent problems with osteoporosis. By working together we can develop a program that best suits your needs and abilities. Let me help you keep the “silent killer” silent. (See Osteoporosis and Osteoporosis - FAQ.)
Serving the Silicon Valley Area: Los Gatos, San Jose, Saratoga, Campbell,
Cupertino, Los Altos, Sunnyvale and Mountain View, California