Dr. Ellis Schwartzenburg says "goodbye" and invites you to say "hello" to our newest physician, Dr. Emily Gaudin Magee. About Dr. Magee, he says: "She is a native of Baton Rouge and a close family friend. Dr. Magee worked with me for a short while as a medical student, and then went on to complete her 4 year residency in Ob/Gyn at LSU Medical Center Shreveport. I have full confidence she will be a great partner as she has all the qualities of a compassionate physician. She is now scheduling new patient visits." Please read Dr. Ellis' full letter to his beloved patients here:

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Welcome to our practice web site. We hope you find the information useful. We are a family oriented professional group with a long tradition of providing caring service to our patients. All of our physicians are Board Certified and trained in the latest surgical techniques. Our office motto is:

"To provide the best care possible for every patient every day. Our patients deserve nothing less."

Thanks for visiting!

The POB features close, ample parking and a direct connection to the hospital. We will be offering laboratory and mammography services in our new office. Please call us if you have any questions or click here to learn more about the Woman's new location.

What to Expect

Now that you're pregnant, there's a lot to learn about the changes in your own body and about your growing fetus. WebMD's Pregnancy Calendar offers day-by-day facts, tips and suggestions on every aspect of pregnancy, and information about standard tests and benchmarks appropriate to the stage you're in. Sign up for WebMD's free Pregnancy Calendar and know what to expect.

Patient Information Forms:

If you'd like to save time filling out the required paperwork, we've provided the necessary forms for your convenience. Download them, complete them at your leisure and bring them in when you check in for your appointment.

Do's & Don'ts

A list of some good, and bad practices to exercise when you are expecting.


  • Relax, this is a normal and temporary physiologic condition

  • Continue moderate exercise

  • Eat a healthy well balanced diet

  • Drink lots of water

  • Get plenty of rest

  • Call us if you experience excessive bleeding

  • Call us if you experience persistent severe pain


  • Worry, this is a normal and temporary physiologic condition

  • Smoke

  • Drink alcohol

  • Drink more than two caffeinated beverages per day

  • Participate in high risk activities

  • Eat more than two servings of fish per week