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For women who aren’t having any breast cancer symptoms, we offer a screening mammogram, an X-ray test of the breasts (mammary glands) used to screen for breast problems, such as a lump, and whether a lump is fluid-filled (a cyst) or a solid mass.
Breast Health Program
Breast health services are provided by a dedicated team of breast care specialists, including certified technologists and board-certified radiologists.
Breast Care Coordinator
The Breast Care Coordinator answers your questions about breast health, offers breast cancer education and supports newly diagnosed patients navigate through healthcare options.
Urinary Incontinence is a common problem, and it is commonly under-treated. Our providers offer a thorough and systempatic approach to sorting out the issues that contribute to incontinence, and to offering the best solutions.
Certified Nurse-Midwives (CNMs) are registered nurses who have specialized post-graduate education and midwifery training and certification. Our midwives offer care during your pregnancy, labor and birth, and throughout your postpartum period.
Pregnancy, Labor and Birth
Providence maternity and birthing centers are staffed by highly skilled physicians, nurses and midwives who provide quality, personalized maternity care.
Your primary health care provider diagnoses and treats both acute and chronic illnesses. He or she can also help you stay healthy and protect you from illness, provide counseling teach you about your condition and manage your care. Your primary care doctor's practice may include various types of health professionals. Primary care doctors fall into two categories: family medicine and internal medicine. The biggest difference is internal medicine doctors focus on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of adult diseases, where family medicine doctors focus on meeting the needs of the entire family and care for the whole person throughout his or her life - from birth to old age.
Ultrasound is a test that uses reflected sound waves to produce an image of organs and other structures in the body.
Women's Heart Health Program
The Women’s Heart Health Program is a comprehensive way to prevent, diagnose and treat heart disease in women. Heart disease may be especially difficult to diagnose in women as they may have different symptoms than men. This program helps women to identify and treat risk factors for cardiovascular disease.