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Primary Care

UHealth Comprehensive Women’s Health Alliance


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855-3-4-WOMEN (855-349-6636)
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Primary Care for Lifelong Women’s Health and Well-being

At UHealth, we believe that a strong foundation in primary care is essential for maintaining overall health and well-being. Our Comprehensive Women’s Health Alliance offers comprehensive Primary Care Services designed to support women at all stages of their lives. Our team of expert primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, and support staff provides personalized, compassionate care to address all aspects of your health.

Ages 18 – 39: Achieving Optimal Health

For women between the ages of 18 and 39, our Primary Care Services focus on preventive care, routine checkups, and managing common health concerns, including:

  • Annual physical exams and health screenings
  • Immunizations and vaccinations
  • Management of acute illnesses and injuries
  • Support for managing chronic conditions, such as asthma, diabetes, or hypertension
  • Coordination of care with specialty services, as needed

Ages 40 - 50: Living Your Healthiest Life

As women approach midlife, they may encounter changes in their health due to hormonal fluctuations, family dynamics, and other factors. Our Primary Care Services for women between the ages of 40 and 50 include:

  • Ongoing preventive care and health screenings, including mammography referrals
  • Support for managing perimenopause and menopause-related health concerns
  • Treatment for common midlife health issues, such as sleep disturbances or fatigue
  • Guidance on maintaining a healthy lifestyle, including exercise and nutrition counseling
  • Coordination of care with specialty services, as needed

Over 50: Thriving in Your Golden Years

For women aged 50 and over, our Primary Care Services focus on maintaining optimal health, managing age-related concerns, and addressing any emerging health issues, including:

  • Continued preventive care and health screenings, as recommended by your doctor
  • Management of chronic conditions, such as heart disease, osteoporosis, or arthritis
  • Support for addressing age-related health concerns, such as memory loss or mobility issues
  • Personalized guidance on maintaining a healthy lifestyle, including nutrition and physical activity
  • Coordination of care with specialty services, as needed

Women's Nurse Coordinator

Our dedicated Women’s Nurse Coordinators are professionals who can simplify your healthcare experience by scheduling appointments, coordinating services, and streamlining communication with medical professionals.

Having a primary care provider who understands a woman's medical history, preferences, and concerns is invaluable. Connect with one of our Women's Nurse Coordinators today to make an appointment.

Why Do You Need a Primary Care Provider?

Think of primary care as your medical “home base” and your primary care provider (PCP) as your guide throughout your health and wellness journey.

Your PCP is a medical professional whom you can trust to give you regular checkups, refer you to specialists if needed, evaluate your medical history, assess your disease risk, and monitor your physical and mental health. They can also help you make informed decisions about your health, about necessary health screenings and tests, and advise you on lifestyle choices that may impact your health.

Your PCP can serve as your healthcare advocate only if you are open and honest with them about your lifestyle choices, symptoms, and mental health. You can confide in your PCP about substance abuse, trouble sleeping, any violence in your life, sexual dysfunction, or concerns about depression and anxiety. In return, your PCP will be straightforward about the potential health implications if you exceed a recommended weight, continue smoking, engage in risky behaviors, or neglect to take your medications as prescribed.

Make an appointment to see your primary care provider at least once a year, even if you feel healthy. Use this opportunity to ask questions about your medications and supplements and discuss lifestyle changes such as family planning, training for a marathon, new sexual partners, becoming a morning person, losing a loved one, or rising stress levels.

Annual Exam, Screening, and Immunization Recommendations for Women

Regular check-ups are an essential part of maintaining good health. Following these recommendations will help you stay healthy throughout your life.

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At UHealth Comprehensive Women’s Health Alliance, we are committed to providing you with the highest level of care possible. Whether you need a routine check-up, a screening, or an immunization, we are here to help. Contact one of our Women’s Nurse Coordinators to schedule your appointment and take the first step towards a healthier, happier you!

Your health matters

From routine exams to addressing specific health concerns, one of our women’s nurse coordinators can connect you
with convenient, compassionate, and expert-led care. Contact us today!