From early adolescence to post menopause, women experience unique health care challenges and need access to reliable healthcare professionals more often than men.
While part of that is due to reproductive and sexual health, they also have more non-reproductive health issues such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, sexually transmitted diseases, cancer and mental health issues.
WhidbeyHealth Women’s Care offers specialty services to address the needs of women of all ages, and we’re with you throughout your life’s journey.
Our competent team of women's healthcare professionals collaborate with the multi-disciplinary WhidbeyHealth team to provide comprehensive and personalized services to help women stay healthy and active.
From annual check-ups and wellness visits to weight management and hormone replacement therapy we’re focused on meeting your individual needs.
Gynecological care often begins with a women’s first menstrual cycle.
Gynecologists specialize in women’s health including examinations diagnosing and treating various illness and diseases.
Establishing a relationship with a GYN at an early age provides continuity of care, creating trust and confidence should challenges arise.
The WhidbeyHealth Women’s Gynecologists are also Obstetricians, specializing in treating women who are pregnant or trying to get pregnant.
Every pregnancy is special, and every mother’s journey is unique.
That’s why we offer personalized, family-centered obstetrical care from education and pre-conception counseling, to post-delivery support.
Our obstetricians have specialized training and a holistic approach, providing comprehensive services for prenatal, labor, birth, and surgery.
Our Midwives are licensed and certified healthcare professionals providing gynecological exams, reproductive education, lactation counseling, labor, delivery, and after-birth care.
Helping women establish and maintain their health takes a team of highly skilled, competent and caring professionals working together to manage the complexities of women’s health. Our team works closely with the Family Birthplace for deliveries and our pediatric partners for initial well baby evaluation.
Our WhidbeyHealth Diagnostics and Lab services provide services like mammograms, and routine blood work, and the rehab, diabetes management and surgical teams are standing by if we need them to ensure the best possible care for every patient. They’re skilled at managing conditions like prolapse chords, ectopic pregnancies, and performing ligations and minimally invasive hysterectomies.
Should your medical condition require it, we have ambulances and Life Flight available to transport you to a facility that provides an even higher level of care.
Our initial onboarding begins with an interview where we’ll gather information on you and your family’s history.
There is no need for an intake interview. We’ll process your intake paperwork and get you set up at the when you come in to be seen.
We’ll help you select a provider and get you set up with a MyWhidbeyHealth account so you can view test results and communicate online with your provider.
Home positive pregnancy: schedule an informational only session with a nurse prior to seeing a physician.
Not all insurance companies will cover our services so it’s a good thing to check first.
Our Financial Services page has a list of the current insurance companies accepted at Women’s Care along with information on rates. If you have questions or do not have insurance, contact our Financial Services team for help evaluating the options available to you based on your situation.