Women's Health

Care for Women at Every Life Stage

Doctors who provide medical care for women are obstetricians/gynecologists (OB/GYNs). Midwives also dedicate their professional practice to the care of women.

These specialists may be best known for taking care of mothers-to-be (and their unborn babies) during pregnancy, childbirth and after the baby is born. But they do more than that.

Once you've crossed from girlhood to womanhood, it's good to have a Women's Health provider to help you with health concerns that affect only women, such as irregular periods, breastfeeding and menopause.

OB/GYNs and midwives diagnose and treat a wide range of diseases or conditions of the female reproductive system.

These specialists can also help you prevent problems (or catch them early) through annual exams, screenings, education and counsel on healthy lifestyle choices.

Women's Health at PeaceHealth

PeaceHealth Medical Group has several women's health providers who welcome the opportunity to provide your care.

Our Women’s Health clinic provides care for women from adolescence through adulthood. Our team of physicians, midwife, nurses and technicians offer the entire scope of services, including:

  • Gynecological inpatient & outpatient services
  • Obstetrical and postpartum care
  • Ultrasound
  • Lactation support (breastfeeding help)
  • Incontinence consultations & testing
  • Advanced techniques and procedures such as TVT for incontinence

In addition, several other services such as massage therapy, educational resources and osteoporosis care are available for women (and men) in the Women's Health Pavilion.

Contact Us

Women's Health
1660 Delaware St.
Longview, WA 98632 
Phone: (360) 414-2800 or 1-800-438-7562

This clinic is a department of PeaceHealth St. John Medical Center.

What's Your Due Date?

When you're pregnant, everyone's first question is:  when is the baby due? Your doctor will help you estimate when your baby will be born. You can also use our online tool to calculate your due date.