Women’s Health In Women’s Hands
We are a clinic dedicated to providing women with outstanding care to help them be the healthiest and most balanced versions of themselves. It takes approximately six years for someone to become a women’s health nursing practitioner, beginning with a formal degree as an RN. In addition, nurses are required to receive a bachelor’s degree in nursing science, as well as a master’s degree in nursing science.
Similarly, gynecology consultation is available on a same day basis from members of the department of obstetrics and gynecology, either from within the Women’s Health Group practice site or from the Gynecology department of BMC. Of course you always have the option of visiting the Institute for Women’s Health which is considered one of the top pregnancy clinics in San Antonio.
Current patients can make appointments online for the following routine services annual women’s health exams, abnormal PAP, breast problems, contraception follow-up, genital wart follow-up, pain during intercourse, pelvic pain, sexually transmitted infections, urinary symptoms, vaginal symptoms.
This program offers women’s health and family planning services at no cost to eligible women in Texas. This visit includes blood and urine LABS ONLY without a physical examination by a health care practitioner. The Health Center, Dietician and Athletic Department are collaborating to offer a fitness program for students with elevated BMIs. We specialize in obstetrics and gynecology and have expertise in many women’s health issues.
The following is a discussion of issues that are critical components in women’s health and the health of their families; topics include nutrition, preventive care, contraception and female education. Wellness Educators/Counselors at Health Services are available to talk with you about a variety of health and wellness topics. A mother requires adequate income to provide resources such as food, transportation, and medical care.