We take pride in the care we provide — helping women in our communities build happy, healthy lives.
A woman’s health care needs change throughout her lifetime. At Vidant Health, we tailor our services to your changing needs — from adolescence and reproductive health to pregnancy, from menopause to healthy aging. We offer the very best in treatments, technologies and care teams to ensure a personalized, exceptional experience.
We love what we do, and it shows. From preventive health to mammograms and cancer treatment, our services change lives every single day. We’ve seen active lifestyles reborn after gynecologic treatment or surgery, or tough conditions like pelvic prolapse treated quickly with fast recoveries.
Care that is Unique to You
Our range of services is designed with you in mind. It’s not always easy to take steps for better health, and every woman has her own approach. The key is to find what works for you. A great way to do that is to reflect on your health goals, what motivates you, and what’s holding you back from being your healthiest you. Let us help you with our services for women.
It’s never too early to think about how to have healthy breasts for life — and never too late to make changes for the better. No matter your age, you can lower your risk of breast cancer if you limit alcohol, quit smoking and maintain a healthy weight. Regular, moderate exercise and a habit of eating fruits and veggies also help.
Learn what’s normal and what’s not for you and your body. Do monthly self-breast exams, regular clinical exams and, at the appropriate age, screening mammograms.
If you or someone you know has received a breast cancer diagnosis, rest assured that Vidant offers a high quality of care and caring with skilled clinicians and advanced technologies to pursue the best-possible outcome.
Urogynecologists focus on clinical issues associated with dysfunction of the pelvic floor and bladder. Pelvic floor dysfunction includes a range of issues triggered by weakness, tightness or other discoordination of muscles and supportive elements that make up the pelvic floor. Health concerns include urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, issues with bowel movements, and pelvic pain.