women's health

Women's Health & Maternity

Each woman’s health needs evolve over time. That’s why St. Luke’s Health has developed convenient, comprehensive, and high-quality services for women of all ages. From well-woman exams to labor and delivery care, we’re here for you every step of your journey through womanhood.

Our multidisciplinary programs include wellness exams, preventive screenings, and diagnostic and interventional procedures. Board-certified specialists diagnose and treat gynecological and urinary conditions, such as uterine fibroids, cancer, incontinence, and menopause-related issues, and provide services like mammography and breast care as well as weight management.

We use the most advanced technology in diagnostics, treatment, and procedures. When surgery is required, skilled physicians perform open-incision, minimally invasive, or robotic surgeries in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Interventional radiology offers non-surgical alternatives. The less invasive alternatives allow women to leave the hospital sooner and return to normal activities almost immediately.

Our Commitment to Women’s Health

Women have an increased risk for certain conditions, such as stroke and osteoporosis, and present unique symptoms for others, such as heart attack. Our experts keep this knowledge in mind to serve women with the specialized care each one deserves. We are dedicated to providing comprehensive healthcare to women in all stages of life.

Featured Updates

OBGYNs answer questions you might be too nervous to ask

SEP 13, 2021

Visiting with your OBGYN and not sure how to ask the tough questions? Our Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Group gynecologists get things started by giving you some answers.

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Ways To Promote Bonding in Newborns and Their Older Siblings

AUG 18, 2021

A bond between a newborn and their siblings is an essential part of the family system as a whole, but how can you encourage this bond? Read our blog to find out.

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