Care and Respect
Women’s Care takes care of all women, from the cradle to menopause, and is one of the area’s strongest advocates for women’s health. Our extremely well-educated employees have an energy that are incomparable. Each person has a compassionate and deep respect for different morals and beliefs, yet we work together in a seamless manner. We understand that all women have different desires, and we personalize care.
Women’s Care offers in-office procedures that aren’t being administered anywhere else in this area. Rather than outsourcing to ancillary surgical centers, our capabilities and lab equipment is more cost-effective for the patient as well as more convenient for both parties. If the need arises for a patient to contact us after hours with an emergency, we are always only a phone call away with our 24-hour appointment line. Our answering service will contact the physician on call and will be assisting you shortly. Our patients always come first and our staff knows how urgent answers can be.
From 3D ultrasounds to bone-density scanners, our patients have access to the latest innovations in our field. Technology also gives patients numerous benefits in terms of diagnosis and prevention of diseases. Our new full-field digital mammography system, for example, features lower radiation doses, reduced breast compression pressure and improved cancer detection rates. In addition, the equipment can better accommodate all body types, causing minimal discomfort. The system’s on-site location makes it easy for Women’s Care patients to save time by undergoing breast screenings during their annual check-up appointments.
Every one of our practitioners is involved in our local community in some way, giving them a clear perspective of what is outside of Women’s Care. Whether it’s volunteering, working with charities, or working with scholarships for nursing students, this involvement creates a specific culture. Our staff aren’t just employees, they are a part of the administration and the outreach of the entire community.
One cause we are proud to be connected with is WellMama Maternal Mental Health and Support Services. WellMama is a comprehensive nonprofit providing pregnancy and postpartum mental health support services to women and their families. With 3-5 support groups per week, WellMama aides’ new mothers with support through stressful times.
WellMama’s aim is to prevent and recognize postpartum depression and anxiety, and connect women and families experiencing symptoms with resources and peer support. The organization is also focused on community education regarding perinatal mood disorders. A “Warm Line” connects mothers with peer support and also offers Spanish services. Through these avenues, WellMama helps all mothers achieve wellness, in recovery from perinatal mood disorders including depression and anxiety.
Women’s Care is proud to be a sponsor of WellMama. This connection will strengthen WellMama’s ability to achieve their goals of helping all mothers become well.
As an independent group, we don’t have anyone telling us how we do business or what to do with our patients. Instead, we are constantly reevaluating the patient-doctor relationship so that each party has a stake in whether this connection works or not. With this, we have autonomy as a practice and the flexibility to keep internal cooperation as a top priority. It is crucial for us to offer innovation, control, patient input, and a competitive price to create the best service we can for our patients.