Ashley County Medical Center – 870.364.4111
Women can experience numerous health issues in their lifetimes that men
cannot. At Ashley County Medical Center, our
Ashley’s Women’s Services division is dedicated solely to the healthcare needs of the women of our
community. We are driven to provide our patients a greater understanding
of their own health, useful information to make their own lives easier,
and, of course, access to caring, highly-experienced physicians who can
address, treat, or alleviate women’s health conditions.
Contact us online to learn more, set up an appointment, or
find a doctor.
Specific Women’s Health Issues
Our physicians at Ashley County Medical Center want to make your treatment
options as simple as possible, and that starts by providing a health clinic
that can treat virtually any women’s healthcare concern all under
one roof. Our professionals continually pursue educational courses and
access scientific journals to gain a greater understanding of health conditions
and possible treatment methods as time goes on. With our commitment to
women’s health concerns and our motto – “We treat you
like family” – you can rest comfortably when you select us
as your primary healthcare facility.
Some specific women’s health issues we can help you address or manage include:
Pregnancy: A pregnant woman is likely to encounter a variety of unique health issues.
We strive to provide top-quality healthcare assistance for expecting and
new mothers, including for the
labor and delivery process.
Menopause: A woman going through menopause may develop a number of uncharacteristic
symptoms or conditions as her body adjusts to a dramatic shift.
Specific cancers: Studies suggest that women are more likely to develop malignant forms of
cancer than men, including breast cancer, cervical cancer, and ovarian cancer.
Osteoarthritis: Women of all age groups are highly prone to develop osteoarthritis or bone
density complications when compared to men. Early detection and routine
care can help mitigate many of the health issues associates with these
Sexually transmitted diseases (STD): Due to the internal structuring of the female genitalia, sexual transmitted
diseases that would have been largely benign in a male can be devastating
or life-threatening for a female.
Anxiety: Various research groups have found that while women may become depressed
or anxious as often as men, women do tend to exhibit stronger outward symptoms.
Do Not Hesitate to Contact Us When You Need Help
If you would like to know more about women’s health concerns, you
MedlinePlus, which is an extension of the National Health Institute (NHI), by
clicking here. You are also encouraged to reach out to our professionals at the Ashley
County Medical Center.
Contact us online or call
870.364.4111 for additional information.