Care for Women at Each Stage of Life
St. Mary's Regional Medical Center physicians provide care for women at each stage of their lives. We offer gynecologic, obstetric, imaging and other services in attractively-designed, relaxed environments. Our suites provide optimal privacy, and our healthcare team members are dedicated to helping women feel comfortable in each setting. Security systems help ensure safety for patients, infants and their visitors. Our services include Women's Imaging, the BirthPlace and Pre-Pay Maternity. Learn more below.
The St. Mary's Women's Imaging Center is a freestanding facility located one-half mile (see map) from St. Mary's Regional Medical Center and offers digital mammography, breast ultrasound, breast biopsy and bone density assessment. Learn more >
The BirthPlace has private maternity suites so that expectant mothers can go through labor, delivery and recovery in their own room, equipped with the latest medical technology to monitor both mothers and babies. St. Mary's Regional Medical Center healthcare providers are trained in fetal monitoring, Perinatal Continuing Education Programs (PCEP), Neonatal Resuscitation Programs (NRP), Basic Life Support training (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and breastfeeding-continuing education programs so that they can provide the care you need. Learn more >
The Pre-Pay Maternity Package at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center helps uninsured expectant mothers by significantly reducing the cost of hospital services for childbirth. Because payment is completed before admission, the hospital can pass on savings in billing and record keeping. This option is not available to patients who have insurance coverage. Learn more >
Gynecologic surgeons at St. Mary's Regional Medical Center can perform a number of minimally invasive procedures, including hysterectomies, diagnostic laparoscopy with tubal ligation and diagnostic laparoscopy for ectopic pregnancy. Learn more >
Patient Story: Kristy Skidmore
Kristy Skidmore turned to surgery at St. Mary's to help her stay active and get back to her daily routine. Watch the video to hear her story: