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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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Message from the Nurse Navigator.

Happy February!

So much to celebrate this month!

  • February 3 is National Women’s Physician Day! The event celebrates Elizabeth Blackwell’s birthday; she was the first female medical doctor in the U.S. Let us celebrate our 7 wonderful women physicians here at WMC!! 

Read more: NATIONAL WOMEN PHYSICIANS DAY – February 3, 2024 – National Today

  • In February, we recognize the central role that African Americans have made in shaping American history. This month we honor the contributions and sacrifices of African Americans who have helped shape the nation. 

Read more about Black History MonthBlack History: Facts, People & Month | HISTORY

  • On Friday, February 2, we are wearing red to recognize American Heart Month. February is a month when all people, especially women, are encouraged to focus on their cardiovascular health. Heart disease is the leading cause of death of women in this country. Take more walks, eat less red meat, and monitor your blood pressure! 

Read more here: American Heart Month 2024 Toolkits | cdc.gov

Read about a program designed to help women understand and reduce their risk for hear  disease and stroke: WISEWOMAN Home | cdc.gov

  • Congenital heart defects (CHDs) are conditions that are present at birth and can affect the structure of a baby’s heart and the way it works. They are the most common type of birth defect. As medical care advances, many born with CHDs are able to live to adulthood. February is a month to recognize this and raise awareness.

Read more here on Congenital Heart Defect MonthLearn about Congenital Heart Defects | CDC

  • Lastly, February is National Cancer Prevention Month. In 2023 alone, an estimated 2 million Americans were diagnosed with cancer and more than 600,000 people died from their disease. This month we promote awareness of preventable causes of cancer: smoking, excess body weight, physical inactivity and excessive exposure to the sun, to name a few. Here at TWMC, we promote routine screenings for breast cancer and cervical cancer, among others.

Read more here February is National Cancer Prevention Month | The AACR

And of course, Happy Mardi Gras!! 

Wishing you a happy and healthy February. ❤️

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.

Experience 

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.