Taos Women’s Health Institute
Choosing an obstetrician, which is also known as an (OBGYN) can be a pretty daunting experience for some women. To ensure women are fully informed about their rights and health care options, the Act would launch a public awareness campaign among community-based organizations, pharmacists, providers and other stakeholders making sure that women have information and access to the services available to them.
At Women’s Health Institute in Taos, along with our focus on general women’s health and wellness, we also offer services or assistance with a wide variety of concerns, including: obstetrics and gynecology; motherhood and family planning; lactation consultations; adolescent and puberty health care; family medicine; tobacco, alcohol, and substance abuse assistance; weight issues; breast issues and breast care; community health; and violence prevention.
All services provided by staff at Women’s Health in Women’s Hands CHC with the exception of birth control and orthotics are free of charge. There is no catch-all solution but Women’s Health Concern will offer as much information and comment as we can.
Just as you take care of your body from the inside out by eating well and exercising, you need to take care of your body from the outside in, by protecting your skin as that all-important barrier. When needed, a patient’s primary care doctor will refer the patient for specialty care and help coordinate that care. While the Group serves women of all ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, it is focused especially on the needs of women in Boston’s underserved communities. Follow the links below to find a doctor in your community and learn if you may be eligible to receive free or affordable health services. We are dedicated to consistently providing you with the highest quality of care possible.
We offer many classes and support services to help you take an active, well-prepared role in your pregnancy and childbirth. Presently, 89 percent of counties nationally lack abortion clinics, and hundreds of laws have been passed at the state and federal level to restrict a women’s access to reproductive health services and family planning services. Expert obstetricians at our San Antonio clinic offers comprehensive obstetrical care for each of our patients, from prenatal to postpartum care. The editorial board members of the Journal of Women’s Health Care or outside experts review the manuscripts; at least two independent reviewer’s approval followed by the editor is required for the acceptance of any citable manuscript. Boston Medical Center (BMC) is a 496-bed academic medical center located in Boston’s historic South End, providing medical care for infants, children, teens and adults.