Women's Health Services
Experienced Care for All Stages of Life
Whether you’re about to enter high school, a working mother or preparing for retirement, women face many challenges when it comes to maintaining their health at every stage of life.
Crozer-Keystone Health System is committed to meeting this challenge by providing a variety of specialized services that cater to all ages. From a renowned maternity program to experienced gynecological care to breast health expertise—and everything in between—it’s no wonder more Delaware County women turn to Crozer-Keystone for skilled, personal and reliable health and wellness services than anywhere else.
Crozer-Keystone Health System's board-certified physicians are dedicated to the detection and timely treatment of breast disease and breast cancer.
Most breast problems are not cause for alarm. However, when a woman finds a lump or has an abnormal mammogram, she wants to be seen by a specialist right away. Crozer-Keystone offers diagnostic imaging services for women, including mammography and digital mammography, breast MRIs, needle localization with sentinel node mapping, ultrasound imaging and breast biopsies.
There's a common misconception that heart disease is primarily a concern for men, when in fact, the American Heart Association sites heart disease as the leading cause of death in women. Heart disease affects women differently and the warning signs for women aren't the same as for men.
Many couples who want a child face the problem of infertility—they have tried to conceive, but have not been able to do so. If you or your partner are infertile and you want to have a child, our experts can perform an evaluation to find out what is causing the infertility and what can be done to correct it.
The best chance for preventing and treating cancer is early detection. That’s why it’s essential for women to have regular pelvic exams and Pap tests.
Our gynecologic oncologists are experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of pre-malignant and malignant conditions of the female reproductive system, including the cervix, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, vagina, as well as gestational trophophobic disease an unusual complication of pregnancy.
We provide the most comprehensive and specialized care to expectant mothers who have a higher risk for complications during pregnancy. Our Perinatal Mental Health Program works with women 16 and over who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy and are seeking psychiatric support.
Each year, we deliver more than 3,700 babies. With an experienced, caring staff, comfortable birthing suites, and the latest technology, you can rest easy knowing that you—and your new baby—are in good hands.
Crozer-Keystone Health System offers an array of programs for women before, during and after menopause. Some services are provided right in your provider’s office, while others are conveniently located at facilities throughout Delaware County.
Crozer-Keystone Health Service's midwives treat women with respect and dignity, and help them feel empowered about their bodies, their babies and their lives. They are committed to providing gentle, personalized care, with a full range of maternity and gynecologic services.
Osteoporosis is a condition characterized by weak, brittle bones, which dramatically increases a person’s risk for broken bones and is the most common condition experienced by women over the age of 50. Early diagnosis and treatment helps patients and physicians to best manage the effects of osteoporosis.
If you think you’re having preterm labor or if you have any of the warning signs, call your healthcare provider (doctor, midwife or nurse) or go to the hospital right away. Call even if you have only one warning sign. Prompt attention can prevent preterm labor from progressing to a premature delivery.
Crozer-Keystone's Women’s Behavioral Health Program provides behavioral health services to women 16 and over in an outpatient setting. The program was developed to help women who are experiencing depression; dealing with emotional reactions to infertility, pregnancy or postpartum; have experienced the loss of a pregnancy or death of an infant; or are experiencing psychiatric symptoms related to cancer.
Our board-certified urogynecologists recognize that urinary incontinence or pelvic floor disorders are not an inevitable side effect of aging. In fact, there are treatment options available, and there’s no reason to let it interfere with your quality of life.