Womens Health (1)
Womens Health & Family Services staff specialise in women’s health issues, providing medical, counselling, drug and alcohol support, domestic violence, mental health and other health services for women and their families. 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.
Above all, bear in mind that your health is your responsibility and that you are in charge. Statements and close of study author that are published in the American Heart Association patent journal are solely those of the study authors and do not necessarily reflect association proposal or parley group. We actively address social injustice and support the rights and choices of all women in our community and we are committed to actively promoting better health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and their families. Slowly, slowly… women’s health is climbing the ladder of awareness; in the national and local media, in the workplace, in parliament and in the family.
These primary care providers all have demonstrated training beyond their traditional field of expertise, ensuring the incorporation of ambulatory, gynecologic care, mental health screening, and assessment for interpersonal violence, for example, into routine health care.
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 ).
From obstetrics to pharmacology, qualified women’s health nursing practitioners are often at the heart of women’s health services in many medical facilities. Contact Jenna Beckwith Messman, Sexual Health Coordinator, at [email protected] or 301-314-8130 and/or visit for more information. It is intended only to provide health information to assist you in being better informed and help you make better health care decisions. The health of a mother is a key indicator of how healthy a family is expected to be ( Sebelius, 2012 ). When a mother is not able to stay healthy, the consequences can be seen in the health of the entire family. Our patients have access to experienced professionals who offer care in every aspect of a woman’s life. The facility also provides the latest in technology and a full range of health services conveniently at one site, which keeps costs down and reduces patient’s wait times.