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The leading New Orleans area OB/GYN & Women’s Health Clinic

Our team of Obstetrician-Gynecologists and support staff understand that your health is most important, and you deserve the highest quality individual attention and discrete treatment. Under our care, you’ll feel comfortable and safe as we continue to be sensitive to you and your needs. Throughout the course of your life, we’re here for you—from childbirth to menopause treatment and everything in between.

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Happy May!

This month, we celebrate Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Month. They have contributed significantly to many facets of American culture and society, including science and medicine, literature and art, sports and recreation, government and politics, and activism and law.
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May is Stroke Awareness Month. It aims to raise awareness of the risk factors and symptoms of stroke and raise funds for stroke research. 
F A C T #1:stroke kills brain cells. Stroke happens when a clot or rupture interrupts blood flow to the brain. Without oxygen-rich blood, brain cells die.
F A C T #2: types of stroke: Ischemic caused by a clot, Hemorrhagic caused by a rupture and Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) or “warning stroke” caused by a temporary blockage.
F A C T #3: about one in four stroke survivors is at risk for another stroke. Fortunately, up to 80 percent of second clot-related strokes may be preventable.
F A C T #4: prevention is key. Had a stroke? Work with your doctor to identify the cause and create a plan to prevent another. This may include managing high blood pressure, making healthy lifestyle choices and taking medications as recommended by your doctor. After an ischemic stroke or TIA, most patients will be prescribed an antiplatelet or anticoagulant therapy.
F A C T #5: time lost is brain lost
Now that you know prevention, here’s how you spot one. Learn the FAST warning signs:
F Face Drooping
A Arm Weakness
S Speech Difficulty
T Time to Call 911
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May is High Blood Pressure Education Month. High blood pressure—or hypertension—is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Half of Americans have high blood pressure, and many don’t know they have it. Have yours checked and talk to a healthcare provider about what your numbers mean for you. We monitor pregnant patients closely during and after their delivery for high blood pressure. 
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Since its inception in 1949, Mental Health Awareness Month has been a cornerstone of addressing the challenges faced by millions of Americans living with mental health conditions. Throughout the month, NAMI actively participates in this national movement, dedicated to eradicating stigma, extending support, fostering public education and advocating for policies that prioritize the well-being of individuals and families affected by mental illness.
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At The Women’s Medical Center,

your health comes first.

For over 60 years, our expert team of doctors have provided quality care and attention to all women in the New Orleans area.


As a health care provider for over 60 years, we are experts on the subject of women’s health.

Patient Care 

Our dedicated physicians and staff are committed to giving you world-class care you can count on.

Convenient Location

Our Westbank Expressway office allows you to go to and from your appointment without facing the hassles of Downtown / Uptown traffic and parking.

Electronic Medical System

Your latest test results and doctor notes will live in our secure online Patient Portal for you to access at any time.

Multilingual Services

We have doctors fluent in English, Español and Français so you can feel comfortable speaking in your native language.

Advanced On-Site Imaging & Lab Services

State-of-the-art imaging, including 3D mammography, and lab work available under one roof.

We partner with major area hospitals to provide you with expert care where you need it.