Seasons Women’s Center

OBGYN & Midwife Care

Seasons Women’s Center has extensive training and experience in meeting the health care needs of women. Our Women’s Center Providers are Robert Meredith, DO, Cameron Codd, DO, Marie Horne, CNM, Linda Webster, WHNP-BC, Suzanne Wilbrecht, CNM.

Seasons Women’s Center is one of the only clinics in Rexburg and the surrounding area with both OBGYN and Midwife care. In our unique position, we are fully qualified to treat a wide range of women’s health needs from yearly check-ups and prenatal care to specialty gynecological care.


Seasons Women’s Center
37 South 2nd East, Ste. 200
Rexburg, ID 83440
Phone: 208-356-0234
Fax: 208-656-8877


Mon: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Tue: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Wed: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Thur: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Fri: 8:00am – 12:00pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed


Seasons Women’s Center recognized as the 1st NCQA Patient-Centered Specialty Practice in State of Idaho

NCQA PCSP Recognition

Why choose an Obstetrician-Gynecologist (OB-GYN)?

Having an OB-GYN compared to a general doctor opens up a network of know-how to treat a wide range of women’s health concerns. An OB-GYN specializes in women’s health throughout every stage of life, especially with important issues like birth control, pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause.

OB-GYNs complete four years of medical school with an additional four years of residency training specific to women’s health in order to expertly navigate the host of complex and varying health challenges women face today.

Their medical training is centered around two very important aspects of women’s health. The scope of obstetrics focuses on childbirth and the care of women giving birth. Gynecology on the other hand focuses on diseases specific to the female reproductive system.

Working with an OB-GYN can offer an incredible amount of support when it comes to the complex challenges women face today. Navigating these challenges can often feel overwhelming and scary, but with an experienced and qualified medical provider it doesn’t have to be that way.

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Why choose a Certified Nurse Midwife?

Pregnant Woman Portrait

Much like OB-GYNs, Certified Nurse Midwives are highly trained and skilled in caring for women. A Certified Nurse Midwife specializes in a host of women’s health issues including birth control, pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause.

A Certified Nurse Midwife is a trained professional that completes at least a bachelors degree in nursing and a two-year certified midwifery educational program, making them extremely effective providers in delivering expert quality care.

Certified Nurse Midwives foster relationships with patients to help comfort women in a private environment. They are able to prescribe medicine, give prenatal care, and counsel women of all ages.

For patients, choosing an OB-GYN or Certified Nurse Midwife can make an incredible difference in the type of healthcare they receive. Not only can a patient expect to receive the best in healthcare, but they can also expect to have their questions, fears, and other concerns handled respectfully.

What to expect when being treated by an OB-GYN or Certified Nurse Midwife?

As mentioned, having an OB-GYN or Certified Nurse Midwife compared to a general doctor opens up a network of know-how to treat a wide range of women’s health concerns.

As a general guideline, here are a few things you might expect during an appointment with an OB-GYN or Certified Nurse Midwife:

    • Prevent and detect diseases specific to women
    • Diagnose health problems with expertise
    • Health-risk Assessments
    • Prescribe medication as needed
    • Perform procedures (e.g. ultrasounds, infertility checks, hysteroscopy, etc.)

The broad scope of medicine in obstetrics and gynecology help to facilitate a broad network of qualified health professionals, and at Season’s Medical, patients have the choice to use an OB-GYN or Certified Nurse Midwife. At Seasons Medical’s Women’s Center our providers are equipped with all the knowledge and tools necessary in treating patients.

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Patient Birth Control Instructions

Call our billing team after you call your insurance to be scheduled: 208-656-8454.

FREE Prenatal Classes at Madison Memorial Hospital

Childbirth Class

Childbirth Class

This all-day Saturday class is taught by a Certified International Childbirth Educator once a month. It includes breathing and relaxation techniques, the birthing partner’s role…


Early Prenatal Class

Early Prenatal Class

This 2.5 hour class is taught by a Certified International Childbirth Educator on a monthly basis and is designed for moms at 12-24 weeks of pregnancy. It includes breathing and relaxation techniques, the birthing partner’s role…


Breastfeeding Class

Breastfeeding Class

The Breastfeeding Class is taught by a Certified Lactation Counselor to expecting parents once a month. This one evening class will help educate expecting parents about the art of…


Please note you must register for classes before attending. To register email Deanna Garner at Madison Memorial Hospital: deanna.garner@mmhnet.org.

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Services & Treatments Include

Bladder RepairsBladder Repairs

Vaginal childbirth can contribute to a prolapsed bladder, with added risk after menopause.

documentCystoscopy Exams

This procedure is the examination of the bladder through a tube called a cystoscope. Read more →

Fertility ManagementFertility Management

About 10-15 percent of couples have trouble getting pregnant or getting to a successful delivery. Read more →

documentIntrauterine Device (IUD)

An IUD is a birth control device placed into a woman’s uterus. It can last up to 5 years. Read more →


Menopause is when a woman’s menstrual period has ceased for at least 12 months. Read more →

_prenatal_developmentPrenatal Development

Learn about the weekly fetal development the occurs during your pregnancy. Read more →

documentUrinary Tract Infection

This common infection can affect the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Read more →

Bone Density TestsBone Density Tests

These tests can help to diagnose osteoporosis & determine fracture risk. Read More →

Fertility ManagementDilation and Curettage

Dilation and Curettage is a minor surgical procedure to remove tissue from the uterus.


This minimally invasive surgical procedure removes all or part of the uterus. Read more →


A surgical procedure in which an instrument is inserted through the abdominal wall.

Fertility ManagementMorning Sickness

This nausea and/or vomiting that can occur at any time of the day during pregnancy. Read more →

documentTubal Ligation

Tubal ligation is a birth control option which surgically closes the fallopian tubes. Read more →

Fertility ManagementYeast Infection

Caused by fungus, this infection can infect the vagina, or other moist areas on the skin. Read more →

Fertility ManagementColposcopy Exams

This exam is a similar procedure to a vaginal exam, which searches for abnormalities. Read more →

documentEndometrial Ablations

This procedure removes (ablates) or destroys the endometrial lining of the uterus. Read more →

_colonoscopiesIncontinence Issues

Incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine from the urethra or feces from the colon. Read More →

_addictionMedication & Pregnancy

Your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist can help you choose the medicines right for you. Read more →

Prenatal CarePrenatal Care

Regular check-ups during your pregnancy can treat potential health problems. Read More →

documentTubal Reversals

This surgical procedure attempts to restore fertility to women after a tubal ligation.

Meet Our Providers

Robert Meredith, DO

Cameron Codd, DO

Marie Horne, CNM

Linda Webster, WHNP-BC

Suzanne Wilbrecht CNM

Seasons Adult Medicine | 37 South 2nd East | 2nd Floor | Rexburg, ID 83440