Dear Patient of FOWH,

Fair Oaks Women’s Health welcomes Dr. Kim Bui to our group. Dr. Bui recently graduated from her Ob/Gyn Residency program in Denver, but Southern California is her home and she is happy to be back here close to family and friends, doing what she loves.

Dr Bui says that, “As an ob/gyn, I feel grateful and humbled to share special moments with my patients. I strive to be an empathetic listener and partner on my patient's journey to good health. I love getting to know my patients and their families. This allows me to better understand them as people so I can help them with their specific needs and goals.” Read more about Dr Bui here...
A menstrual cup is a feminine hygiene product, used during your period. It is a small, flexible funnel-shaped device made of rubber or silicone that you insert into your vagina to collect and hold menstrual blood. The "disc" is a variation of the cup (kind of like a diaphragm with a pouch attached).

Cups (and discs) can hold more blood than other methods, leading many women to use them as an eco-friendly alternative to tampons. And depending on your flow, you might be able to wear a cup for up to 12 hours (4-12 hours is typical). This can help you sleep through the night on a heavy flow day.

Fair Oaks Women’s Health had our flu shot clinic last Saturday. For those who came, thank you for your participation. We deeply apologize for the unexpected delays and texting problems. This was our 3rd annual clinic, and the first two went great. However, this was our first using texting and dealing with COVID. We were not prepared for the volume of patients and we also had technical issues with the texting system. This resulted in delays and some people not getting their vaccine. Again, we are very sorry for this. We will do better next year. If you came to our clinic but DID NOT get your vaccine, please let us know so we can apologize to you personally. Call Mercedes at (626) 696-2728, send an e-mail to or use this form to communicate directly with us.
  1. No visitors inside the office (for exceptions, such as limited mobility, please let us know ahead of time). You may FaceTime or audio connect a guest during your medical exams as you wish. This also applies to prenatal exams and ultrasounds. Ultrasound video screens may not be recorded, per national guidelines.
  2. Prior to your appt. all patients should have received a text message requesting them to wait in their car after arrival. A second text will be sent when we are ready for you to come to the office. Please see below.
  3. Once you come to the office, everyone must use our main entrance. This applies to all FOWH patients, Pasadena Pellet patients and staff.
  4. Temp screening takes place. Anyone with temp above 99.8 or symptoms of possible COVID-19 will have to wait outside until a provider can assess the situation.
  5. Patients must answer NO to all COVID Screening questions.
  6. Hand sanitizer is available at the front door.
  7. All patients (and staff) must wear a mask at all times while in the office. Patients need to bring their own masks.
  8. The waiting room and Primex lab are closed from 12:00 to 1:30 pm.
  9. Sneeze guards have been placed at the check-in and check-out desks. Please try to remain behind them as you talk to the staff.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.