The Institute for Women's Health at NYPBMH draws from a comprehensive network of services, specialists, and resources to design individualized care programs for each patient, emphasizing prevention and wellness. Individualized women's care is continually adapted to help women find health, well-being, and peace of mind through every stage of life.
While we treat all of the various health conditions that may arise in women's lives, we go well beyond that, by offering programs to anticipate and prevent conditions that are particularly common in women. We are also able to connect women to virtually any kind of specialized care that might be useful as different needs arise or are anticipated. The Institute allows women to address their unique and changing health needs through one network of leading professionals who are always looking forward.
The Institute's panel of professionals includes physicians specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, as well as in primary care, all areas of internal medicine and surgery, and specialists in many other fields.
To request educational speakers or other community participation from NYPBMH relating to the Institute for Women's Health, or for more information, please visit the relevant Community Education and Programs pages and then contact the Department of Public Affairs with your request or inquiry.
Since the 1880s, thousands of Brooklyn families have chosen to receive obstetric and neonatal care at NYPBMH.
Breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer affecting women.
Urogynecology is a branch of obstetrics that emphasizes the treatment of women who have pelvic floor disorders.
During regular annual visits to a gynecologist affiliated with NYPBMH, women may receive services that include
NYPBMH offers state-of-the-art service in surgery, chemotherapy, interventional radiology procedures and
Gynecologic surgery includes minimally invasive robotic and laporoscopic surgical procedures.
With programs geared to the diagnosis of illnesses and medical conditions of concern to women of all ages, the Center focuses on prevention and early detection.
Women's distinctive medical needs have motivated the creation and design of the Advanced Women's Imaging and Prenatal Testing Center at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital.
Couples who are planning a pregnancy and individuals at risk for inherited birth defects or genetic disorders may wish to undergo genetic testing and counseling.
Uterine fibroids (also called myomas or leiyomas) are benign growths in or on the walls of the uterus that often appear during a woman's childbearing years.
Find a physician affiliated with this Institute or call 877-41-WOMAN (877-419-6626).