Gynecological issues are a specialty at Divine Savior Healthcare. While many women are comfortable with the care and professional training of their family practitioner, others may choose to have a specialist involved in their obstetric or gynecological care.
We are proud to have available to the community both family medicine physicians who specialize in Obstetrics as well as board-certified OB/GYN physicians. Our specialty extends into gynecological surgeries, menopause, fertility and more.
Medical conditions which can be addressed at Divine Savior Healthcare are expansive. Some conditions include reproductive endocrinology and infertility, family planning, menopause, female reproductive cancers, geriatric gynecology and pregnancy.
The main focus of an OB/GYN physician is the female reproductive system and organs. Routine Pap smears, pelvic examinations, breast exams and general health assessments are vital to a woman’s continuous health and wellness.
We don’t just cover the basics at Divine Savior Healthcare. Although routine examinations, diagnostics and preventative care are a focus, more in-depth conditions are treated as well. Whether it’s treatment for a sexually transmitted infection, family planning or laparoscopic uterine surgery, Divine Savior Healthcare has the resources to help.
We at Divine Savior's Birthing Center strive to provide you and your family with a safe, nurturing environment for your care before, during and after the delivery of your baby. Our comfortable, state-of-the-art labor and delivery suites ensure mother, baby and family feel at ease and well cared for during this exciting experience.
Divine Savior physicians are trained to deal with the entire scope of cancer, not just the physical findings. Emotional and spiritual aspects are taken into consideration as well.
Divine Savior physicians have the knowledge to gain a clear of understanding of your situation and formulate with you the method of family planning that will be most successful.
We understand gynecological surgeries can be scary, which is why we have a community board-certified OB/GYN available to make you feel confident and secure.
It is vital that you are open and honest with your physician regarding your sexual history and get tested for sexually transmitted infections to ensure your safety.
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