Women’s Health

Providing the most effective care, close to home

Welcome to Women’s Services – a comprehensive department of Prisma Health. We provide female-specific services including obstetrics and gynecology, reproductive endocrinology and infertility, maternal-fetal medicine, urogynecology, pediatric and adolescent gynecology, and gynecologic oncology with the Prisma Health Cancer Institute. Outstanding patient-centered care, the education of medical students and residents, and research in women’s health are the cornerstones of our effort to promote the health of women.

Having a baby

Pregnancy and birth are key events in the life of any family. That’s why our providers and staff consider it a privilege to be part of your birthing experience.

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Specialty care

We offer broad expertise in women’s health creating an environment of care fully-focused on females. Women’s specialty services includes comprehensive care for women from adolescence through menopause and beyond.

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Breast health

The Breast Health Program at Prisma Health provides a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to breast health. Women can be comforted in knowing we offer the best in medical science and compassionate care to partner with patients for the best in breast health.

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Endometriosis & infertility – there is still hope

Endometriosis affects women and occurs when tissue, similar to the lining of the womb (uterus) grows in other areas of the body. This tissue grows mainly in the abdominal cavity. The tissue is linked to the woman’s hormonal cycle. However, unlike a period, the tissue remains within the body and bleeds forming adhesions (scar tissue), lesions and blood-filled cysts.

Symptoms of endometriosis include …

  • Bleeding
  • Pain
  • Infertility
  • Fatigue
  • Suppressed immune system

In our community …

Our OB/GYN physicians, midwives and staff recently participated in The Promise Walk for Preeclampsia. We walk to support the mission of the Preeclampsia Foundation who provides patient support and education, raises public awareness, catalyzes research and improves health care practices for millions of mothers and their babies every year who are impacted by preeclampsia and related hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.