32 Results for Obstetrics and Gynecology near Spokane, WA
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Spokane residents can find many general and specialty healthcare facilities in their local area. There’s the Valley Hospital and Deaconess Hospitals for general care, both a part of the MultiCare healthcare network. Likewise, children can find care through the Sacred Heart Children's Hospital. Veterans can find care through many local VA clinics, such as the Spokane VA Clinic.
U.S. News ranks the 644 bed-wide Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children's Hospital as #1 in the Spokane area and #3 in Washington. They rank as high performers in 13 different procedures/conditions, including:
U.S News ranks the 388-bed-wide, acute care Deaconess Hospital, a part of the MultiCare healthcare network, as high performers in five different procedures/conditions, including:
Finding an obstetrician-gynecologist (OB-GYN) will help you manage your women’s healthcare needs. An OB-GYN is trained to deliver babies and specializes in treating and managing disorders involving a woman's reproductive organs.
OB-GYNs are licensed to perform routine women's reproductive checks such as: Pap tests (aka Pap smears), sexually transmitted infection (STI) checks, pelvic exams, ultrasounds; procedures such as IUD insertions; and surgeries such as a hysterectomy or removal of ovarian cysts.
How often should I see an OB-GYN?
It's recommended that women see an OB-GYN once a year for routine checkups. If you're pregnant or have an underlying health condition, you may need to see an OB-GYN more frequently.
What procedures do OB-GYNs perform?
OB-GYNs can perform or order the following procedures and surgeries:
What conditions do OB-GYNs treat?
OB-GYNs treat the following conditions:
An OB-GYN can also provide prenatal care and help you manage your health during pregnancy.
What should I ask an OB-GYN?
Top questions to ask an OB-GYN during your appointment that you may not have thought of:
OB-GYNs are trained to discuss sensitive subjects, so you shouldn't hesitate to ask questions about your sexual health.