Women’s Health

Safeguarding the health and well-being of the women in our community

Attending to the Unique Needs of Women

Sunset Health offers a wide range of primary and gynecologic services to help women maintain their good health. We treat women of all ages, from adolescents and young adults, to older adults and the elderly. One of the best ways for women to develop a foundation for optimal health is to schedule regular visits with their health care provider. 

Our providers take a highly preventative approach to promote wellness, screen for potential problems, manage ongoing conditions, and prevent future illnesses from developing. 

We also provide comprehensive gynecologic services for patients of all ages, including in-patient and out-patient procedures. These include:

    • Well woman care
    • Primary care
    • Physical exams
    • Mammograms
    • Vaccinations
    • Family planning
      • Infertility testing and referrals
      • Pregnancy testing
    • Birth Control services including:
      • Intrauterine Device (IUD) insertion and removal
      • Depo-Provera shot
      • Oral contraceptives
    • Abnormal pap test referrals
    • Urinary incontinence treatment and support
    • Abnormal bleeding treatment
    • Menopause management
    • Pelvic infections
    • Vaginal problems
    • Sexual Transmitted Disease (STD) treatment
    • Hormone replacement
    • Adolescent health
    • Obstetrics (antepartum care without delivery)
      • Obstetrics care available for qualifying individuals, based on family size and income.
      • Prenatal care services are the care and treatment to both the mother and developing fetus to include ongoing risk assessment and counseling. At a minimum, these services include regular screening (including labs and ultrasound), ongoing monitoring of uterine and fetal growth, risk assessment, and counseling regarding childbirth, nutrition and any identified risks. Maternal- fetal medicine (i.e., perinatology) is considered a specialty service.

Please refer to the flyer for a comprehensive view of the Women’s Health brochure.

Health tip

Ask your doctor

If you’re an expectant mother, don’t take over-the-counter medications or herbal remedies without consulting your doctor first.