Women have unique health care needs at every stage of their lives— from their childbearing years through menopause and into their senior years. Our dedicated New York women's health team of physicians, nurses and other health care professionals is experienced in dealing with women’s issues and is committed to providing patients with high-quality care using the most advanced technology.
At UHS we offer a broad range of women's health services in New York including:
When it comes to breast cancer screening, diagnosis and treatment, UHS brings you the most up-to-date technology and medical information on breast health, combined with compassionate physicians and staff committed to providing you with the very best care possible.
Beginning at age 18, all women should schedule regular check-ups with an OB/GYN provider. Our staff of physicians and nurse practitioners in our New York offices are dedicated to the special health concern of women.
From our soothing home-like labor and delivery suites to our bright and comfortable maternity rooms, we’ve created a cozy, family-centered environment at both UHS Wilson Medical Center and UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital. See why more women choose to deliver at UHS than at any other hospital in the area.
UHS has physicians who can help women suffering from a wide variety of pelvic support, bladder and urinary disorders.
UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation provides a number of therapies for conditions commonly experienced by women, such as:
UHS becomes key PPE resource for schoolsSeptember 21, 2020
UHS has become a key resource in the Southern Tier’s ongoing battle against COVID-19, with schools across Broome and Tioga counties the most recent beneficiaries.
UHS offers flu shots by appointment onlySeptember 21, 2020
Flu season will be a bit different this year, with the added specter of COVID-19 always on people's minds as fall and winter approach.
UHS Delaware Valley Hospital visits local schools for handwashing experimentSeptember 21, 2020
UHS Delaware Valley Hospital brought its germ-busting equipment to the Walton and Hancock central school districts to show students the proper way to wash their hands.
Artists leave messages of hope in chalkSeptember 17, 2020
A number of UHS patients and employees drew chalk messages September 16 and 17 at locations around UHS facilities.