OB/GYN Services At Every Stage of Life
Our trusted health partners provide OB-GYN services to support women's reproductive health needs. This includes preventable and ongoing care for all gynecological issues, major and minor surgery, routine and high-risk pregnancy, infertility evaluation, hormonal changes, basic treatment and more. Have you scheduled your annual well-woman exam yet this year?
We want your experience to be as magical as you've dreamed it would be. Our goal for you is always a healthy pregnancy, birth and post-pregnancy. Our caring staff gives comprehensive, family-focused care to support both you and baby from conception to infancy and beyond. We also offer breastfeeding guides and postpartum support groups for new moms.
Midlife is a time of transition. We're here to help you stay your healthiest at every age. From hot flashes to hormonal changes, Hendricks Regional Health supports all aspects of midlife health — including perimenopause, menopause, pelvic discomfort, sexual dysfunction, uterine fibroids, heart disease and osteoporosis, colonoscopies and mammograms, and more.
Preventative & Diagnostic Care
Mammogram screenings are vital to breast cancer detection and prevention. They help physicians monitor breast abnormalities and identify signs of cancer early, when it is most treatable. From advanced 3D digital mammography to MRIs and ultrasounds, discover our unparalleled breast imaging services, treatment, surgery options and support.
As we age, our bones become fragile. Our Center for Breast and Bone Health offers DEXA bone density testing to diagnose osteoporosis and to determine fracture risk in the spine, pelvis, lower arm and thigh. By detecting bone loss early, we can begin treatment to minimize the devastating effects of osteoporosis and take steps to prevent further loss.
Pelvic floor disorders affect nearly one in three women, and become more common with age. Our therapists and physicians are specially trained to treat women's pelvic disorders. Whether it's pelvic floor dysfunction, urinary tract infection (UTIs), incontinence or vaginal discomfort, we're dedicated to helping you effectively manage the frustrating and sometimes painful symptoms these conditions can cause.
Heart disease is now the leading cause of death for women in the U.S. Knowing the early warning signs of a heart attack can make the difference when it comes to saving someone’s life. In more than 50 percent of heart attack situations, the patient will exhibit early symptoms — so you have to know what to look for. We offer complete cardiovascular care, including Chest Pain Center Accreditation, to detect and treat such conditions as heart disease, stroke and heart attack. Our life-saving heart scans provide women with a quick, effective way to take preventative action. Together we can beat the odds against women and heart disease.
Wellness & Support
Our award-winning therapy team treats a number of disorders specific to women, including pelvic pain, incontinence, bowel disorders, pregnancy pain or special laboring needs, lymphedema, orthopedic and joint replacement therapy, or issues that arise from breast and other cancer treatments.
Eating healthy is a lifelong commitment — and between busy schedules and food temptations, we understand it's not always easy to do. Our registered dietitians will help you stay informed and motivated in order to reach and maintain your wellness goals.
Whether it's coping with the loss of a loved one, fighting breast cancer, breastfeeding or experiencing postpartum depression, we provide a safe space for women to talk, learn and share their feelings with professionals and fellow participants. All meetings are free and registration is not required.
Through the course of your life, you'll experience many changes — physically, emotionally and mentally. We offer a library of helpful quizzes and reads to guide you through these changes and answer any questions along the way. Always remember that your physician is the best resource.
Every woman has a story. Learn how Hendricks Regional Health helped these women write their next chapter.