We are open for all patient appointments and partners may join you during your visit.  We are accepting new patients.

We kindly ask our patients to assist us in reducing the risk of COVID-19 exposure so we may maximize the safety of our patients, staff and community.


For the safety of all our patients and staff, please do NOT come into the office if you have a fever (100.4 or greater); OR, if you have any upper respiratory or cold/flu-type symptoms; OR if you have had any recent travel to any high risk travel areas as designated by the CDC; OR, if you have had contact with anyone testing positive for or suspicious for Coranavirus (COVID 19).


We greatly appreciate everyone’s cooperation and understanding during this time.


Thank you, Helena OB/GYN


Helena OB/GYN & Associates

Meet Our Providers

Dr. Jack McMahon

Dr. Alexis O’Leary

Dr. Jessica Parson

Online Scheduling

For your convenience, we offer several ways to schedule an appointment, including by phone or through our online scheduling form. Simply enter a few details and a staff member will contact you to finalize your appointment.

Patient Portal

Our online patient portal allows you to communicate with us easily and safely. Log into the online patient portal 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from the comfort and privacy of your home or office.

Helena OB/GYN Staff

Together, we specialize in obstetrics and gynecology, which includes the examination, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of women's health problems.



  • Incontinence


    Can't control the release of your urine, you may have urinary incontinence.

    More Info
  • 3 Year Birth Control!

    3 Year Birth Control!

    Nexplanon is a thin plastic rod the size of a matchstick, inserted under the skin.

    More Info
  • Permanent birth control

    Permanent birth control


    More Info



U.S. WomenAges 15–44

Are sexually active and do not want to become pregnant, but could become pregnant without contraceptives.


Not Using Birth Control

Couples not using contraception have approximately an 85% chance of a pregnancy over the course of a year.


Births by Cesarean

Around 33% of all U.S. births were delivered by cesarean, a rate that has remained unchanged since 2010.


Unplanned Pregnancies

Nearly half (49%) of the more than 6 million pregnancies that occur each year are unplanned.