At Bassett Healthcare Network, taking care of women’s health needs means more than just an annual exam; we provide total care for your mind and body. Additionally, this legislation would establish a three-year grant program for the training of nurse practitioners that specialize in women’s health care, helping to ensure a stronger health care workforce. If further treatment, surgery or pregnancy care is needed, patients are referred to physicians at Boston Medical Center who specialize in all aspects of obstetrics and gynecology (Ob/Gyn). The team is experienced in addressing these issues and will offer advice and care that is tailored to the patient’s needs. If you are healthy and anticipate a healthy, normal pregnancy, you still may prefer to get your care from an OB. From birth through menopause and beyond, the Women’s Healthcare Center provides special care for every stage of a woman’s life. Community Healthcare will continue to provide Title X services and will be able to provide similar sliding fee rates for eligible patients.
Bassett Healthcare Network offers breast cancer treatment, bone density scans, mammograms, well visits, family planning, nutritional counseling and much more to our patients. In most environments, women’s health nursing practitioners are responsible for diagnosing and treating conditions that either affect only women or affect women in greater numbers than men.
Boston Medical Center offers a full spectrum of medical and surgical specialty services, including cardiology, pulmonary medicine, orthopedics and gynecology. We have also partnered with federal and state programs to provide care for those who are uninsured, underinsured, or who can simply not afford women’s health services. The trustees of the British Menopause Society and Women’s Health Concern thank you all, especially those who have supported us having suffered loss of close family. Eligible women can receive free breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services through this program.
Like many other nursing specialties – and nursing in general – the demand for women’s health care specialists is expected to continue to outpace supply for some time to come. Our charity receives no statutory funding, so we continue to depend on the generosity of all those who value our services. Once genuine appreciation is achieved, the provision of quality healthcare services will be easily accessible to all women worldwide( Gehner, Chaib & Abraham, 2009 ).
For more information, check out the eBulletin or call the clinic reception at 416-593-7655 ext. For more information on the services and programs at Womens Health and Family Services, check out our Programs and Services page. And as women caring for women, they are committed to giving each patient the time and attention she needs and the quality healthcare she deserves. We are non-government, not for profit, and predominately funded through NSW Health , Family & Community Services and Legal Aid NSW. The journal facilitates rapid publication of innovative research covering all aspects of physical and mental health and its related disorders.