Womens Services

Women's Health

We provide comprehensive care for every stage of a woman's life. Our experts are here for you whether it's a routine gynecological screening, your first or third pregnancy or to help you find your best birth control option. They can also manage bladder issues, address menstrual cycle and menopause concerns or deal with a complex pregnancy or medical condition.

 

Find a provider who specializes in 

Gynecology

Megan Bird, M.D.
Abby Furukawa, M.D. 
Linda Moore, M.D.
Karen Ogryzlo, M.D.
Michelle Sang, M.D.
Virginia San Miguel, M.D.
Melissa Pendergrass, M.D.
Laura Van Houten, M.D.
Jessica Voge, M.D.

Urogynecology

Audrey Curtis, M.D.
Blake Osmundsen, M.D.

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Abby Furukawa, M.D. 
Linda Moore, M.D.
Karen Ogryzlo, M.D.
Michelle Sang, M.D.
Laura Van Houten, M.D.
Jessica Voge, M.D.

Midwifery 

Elizabeth (Betsy) Hayford, CNM 
Kathie Scott Hill, CNM - Director, Legacy Midwifery Services
Chris Kenlan-Laurent, CNM 
Mary Liedel, CNM   
Elizabeth (Liz) Robinson, FNP, CNM
Beth Stebbins, CNM 
Julie Vance, CNM 
Michele Zimmerman Pike, CNM 

Find other gynecologists and obstetricians at Legacy Health

How do I choose a provider? 

If you want to get your annual well-woman exam – which may include cancer screenings, breast exams, evaluation and counseling – a general gynecologist and some nurse practitioners can administer this appointment. Well-woman exams, which are covered under the Affordable Care Act, may also include a Pap test or pelvic and internal examinations.

If you want to get pregnant in the next few years, you may want to choose a midwife or an obstetrician-gynecologist now for your gynecological care.
 
If you have specific concerns or conditions, they'll likely fall under one of gynecology's numerous subspecialties, which range from infertility to endometriosis, cancer or pelvic floor disorders Bring up your concerns with your gynecologist, midwife or OB-GYN.  

Staying healthy

Maternity services