Women's center in Uptown Denver
At Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, our doctors understand you need comprehensive care in one location—and that is what we offer. Our OBGYNs, breast specialists and other women's health providers work together to give you complete care at every stage of life.
For a referral to a women's health provider at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, please call (866) 779-3347.
Women’s health conditions we treat
Our women's health providers treat a variety of conditions, including:
- Bacterial vaginosis and yeast infections
- Breast cancer
- Dermatologic disorders
- Diabetes and gestational diabetes
- Endometrial polyps and hyperplasia
- Fibrocystic breast disease
- Gynecologic cancer
- Menstrual cycle abnormalities
- Pelvic inflammatory disease
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
- Postmenopausal bleeding
- Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
- Sexual health
- Toxic shock syndrome (TSS)
- Urinary tract infections
- Uterine fibroids
Our women's health services
Our goal is to make sure you receive comprehensive women’s care for all of your medical needs. Our women's services include, but are not limited to:
- Annual exams
- Breast care
- Family planning
- Menopause management
- Maternity care
- Minimally invasive gynecologic surgery
Our breast care center provides the complete range of breast health services, including:
- Abscess drainage and cyst aspiration
- Breast and lymph node biopsy
- Breast ultrasound
- Breast reconstruction surgery
- Preoperative needle localization
- Sentinel lymph node analysis
To schedule a breast exam, please call (303) 839-7500.
Gynecology and obstetrics
Obstetricians and gynecologists—commonly referred to as OBGYNs—are often misunderstood as providing the same medical care. However, the services associated with obstetrics and gynecology do differ, and they depend on your specific needs.
Gynecologists manage women’s health conditions that are not pregnancy-related. They typically offer services such as well-woman exams and treatments for the female reproductive organs.
Obstetricians (OBs) care for women throughout pregnancy and childbirth. They provide routine prenatal care so you and your baby stay healthy and help you create a birth plan. Then, when the big day comes, they help you safely deliver your baby.
At our women's clinic, we offer both of these services to give our patients access to comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic care.
If you have been unsuccessful conceiving, you might have concerns about infertility. There are several factors that can affect fertility, including age. Sometimes, however, there is no fertility issue at all, and conceiving just takes time.
With an infertility evaluation, our fertility doctors can help you determine if infertility is preventing you from conceiving. We can then identify which infertility treatments may help increase your chances of conception.
From the moment you find out you are pregnant to the moment you meet your little one, our childbirth team is here for you.
Our prenatal care program features childbirth and parent education classes to help you and your partner prepare for labor, delivery and new parenthood. If you need it, we also offer high-risk pregnancy care.
When it is time to welcome your little one, our labor and delivery unit offers soothing amenities. Our experienced team is dedicated to helping make your childbirth experience safe and special.
Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center is uniquely positioned to care for you and your baby. Because we share a campus with Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, our specialists can provide comprehensive, advanced care for both of you—all under one roof.
Should your baby need extra care, we have an in-house neonatologist who will care for your newborn in our advanced neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). As a Level IV NICU, we are able to provide the most advanced level of care to our tiniest patients.
Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center received the Obstetrics and Gynecology Excellence Award and the Labor and Delivery Excellence Award from Healthgrades.
Minimally invasive women's surgery
Often, we can perform gynecologic procedures with minimally invasive techniques, such as those using robot-assisted surgical technology. With these minimally invasive procedures, many patients experience less scarring, less postoperative pain and faster recoveries.
Some of our robotic gynecologic surgeries include hysterectomy (removal of the uterus and possibly other reproductive structures) and sacrocolpopexy (treatment for pelvic organ prolapse).
Women's care at HealthONE
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