Health Services

Women's Health & Pregnancy

Women's Health refers to comprehensive women’s health care as well as health issues that are unique to women, including:
  • Pregnancy
  • Menopause
  • Conditions of the Female Organs
Be sure to get early and regular prenatal care to ensure you have a healthy pregnancy. You should also get recommended breast cancer, cervical cancer, and bone density screenings.
Our goal is to ensure the health and readiness of all women at every stage of life.

Women's Health Services

We provide the following Women’s Health services at the Women’s Health Clinic and at the Family Medicine Residency Clinic. 
  • Well Woman Exams or Pap Smears
  • Birth Control
  • Contraceptive Care
  • Clinical Breast Exams
  • Pregnancy Testing
  • Treatment of Menopausal Symptoms
  • Treatment of Vaginal Infections
Please note: Obstetric outpatient care services will be performed at DGMC. Further information can be obtained through the Women’s Health Clinic or your OB provider.

Visit the pages above for more information about each specific service. If you have questions about a service, please contact our Women’s Health clinic at [707-423-5361 or 707-423-5311].

How to Make an Appointment

Call 707-423-3619 / 707-423-5311 to make an appointment for Women's Health and Pregnancy Services.

TRICARE Covered Services

TRICARE covers well-woman exams annually for women under age 65 with no cost-share or copayment. TRICARE offers coverage for many women’s health services, including: Women aged 65 and older using TRICARE For Life can still get women’s preventive screenings. Get more information about these and other TRICARE covered services at: https://tricare.mil/coveredservices/isitcovered/.

Contact Us

Phone

Labor and Delivery Front Desk
707-423-3619
Lactation Consultant
707-423-7556

Hours

24/7

Location

Fourth Floor

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