Women’s Health

Community Access Network offers a broad range of services for patients in need of obstetric and gynecologic care. Whether our patients are ready to begin a family, going through menopause, or just need someone to oversee their overall health, we offer compassionate, quality women’s health services.

Access to gynecological services is crucial in the early detection and treatment of certain cancers, sexually transmitted infections, and pregnancy complications. We’re here to provide an inclusive, safe environment for all patients in need of gynecological care.

Our services include:
  • Birth control and family planning services
  • Gynecology services and general women’s health care
  • Breast screenings
  • Reproductive health
  • Pregnancy-related services (obstetrics and prenatal care)
  • Cervical cancer screening
  • Gynecologic exam and pap test
  • HPV vaccine and preventive medicine
  • Testing for HIV and AIDS, in conjunction with our sexual health services
  • Urinary incontinence basics
  • Urinary incontinence tests and treatments

If you need to schedule your annual physical or speak with a provider about a specific concern, make an appointment with us today.

We also offer breast cancer screenings via the mammography van, which comes to our facility on a once-per-month schedule.

Your annual gynecology appointment is important. here’s why:

Females should start getting annual gynecology exams around the age of 15, but a pelvic exam is only necessary for teenagers if the individual or parent has a specific concern that may require one. Once the patient reaches the age of 21, a pap smear and pelvic exam are recommended.

Even without a pelvic exam, gynecological services can provide education and support for important health issues, including contraception, pregnancy planning, and menopause management. By providing access to comprehensive reproductive health services, women can make better-informed decisions about their health, family, and future.

Read more on why regular gynecology care is important on our blog:

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