As a woman, you take on the world … at work, at home, at play. And no matter what challenges come your way, your health plays a big part in everything you do and want to do. At Baptist Health, we understand your unique health needs.
That’s why Baptist Health Women’s Care is here to help you live well and to meet any health challenge with compassionate medical expertise and advanced technology.
Women’s Care provides a complete range of hospital-and office-based services for ensuring and maintaining your health and wellness throughout all phases of your life. Whether you are in your childbearing years, at midlife or a mature woman, our services are designed to meet your needs in one convenient location.
Women’s Care demonstrates our total commitment to healthcare for women in western Kentucky, with a wide range of programs and services just for you.
Baptist Health Women’s Care is proud to be the exclusive provider of the CenteringPregnancy® prenatal program in Western Kentucky. Centering is a model of prenatal care which empowers women through assessment, education, and support in a small group setting.
Baptist Health Women’s Care works closely with the March of Dimes and supports its mission to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.
In 2007, we were invited to join a national project called “Healthy Babies Are Worth the Wait” sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Pediatric Institute, the March of Dimes and the Kentucky Department for Public Health. This was a three-year initiative with the goal of preventing prematurity in six regions of the Commonwealth.
Providers at Baptist Health Women’s Care follow the guidelines and recommendations of their professional organization, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
We are proud to be a part of the Every Woman Southeast Initiative, an initiative to share and develop expertise on preconception / interconception health care, policies, research, programs, social marketing, and evaluation in order to improve the health of women and infants in our region of the United States.