Our experts support patients with both routine health questions and those with complicated medical conditions which may require minimally invasive procedures or comprehensive surgical care.

Routine and specialty care across the life span

Our full spectrum care includes adolescent gynecology, family planning, wellness and preventive services through late adulthood, care for normal and high-risk pregnancies, treatment for complicated medical conditions such as breast and gynecologic cancers and pelvic health disorders.

For normal pregnancies, UW Medicine also offers the TeleOB Program at certain locations, which combines virtual visits with in-clinic visits for patient convenience. UW Medicine's specialized care for mothers and infants includes three Level III and Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs), which provide the latest therapies for pre-term infants or those requiring highly skilled care.

Newborn infant. Clare McLean/UW Medicine.

Maternity care

Your baby, your birth. Your care team will partner with you every step of the way to provide options and make a plan for your big day.

Dr. Genevieve Neal-Perry and couple. Clare McLean/UW Medicine.

Fertility care

Intrauterine insemination, in vitro fertilization, ovulation induction and more—our comprehensive program offers centralized care and support.

Dr. Renata Urban with patient. Clare McLean/UW Medicine.

Gynecology Care

Get complete well-woman care with maintenance exams, screenings and counseling.

Dr. Ashima Singla, obstetrics and gynecology, examining a pregnant patient at the UW Medicine Women's Health Clinic at Mill Creek. Clare McLean/UW Medicine.

Urogynecology & Female Pelvic Medicine

Uncomfortable urinary and pelvic issues don’t stand a chance with help from our expert care teams and a variety of diagnostic services and treatment options.

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Family Planning

We provide comprehensive services for women who seek birth control options, elective abortion, treatment for miscarriage or fetal demise and surgical sterilization.

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Cancer Care

Find a provider for nationally recognized, life-saving cancer care.