Encouraging Professional Development in the Field of Obstetrics and Gynecology
University Hospitals OB/GYN and women's health team has the experience to diagnose and treat the many unique health conditions and challenges of women today including annual gynecology examinations, pregnancy and childbirth, menopause, female pelvic disorders, breast health, infertility, and gynecological cancer.
University Hospitals has developed this content specifically for health care professionals in the field of obstetrics and gynecology. It provides important information about our department and highlights the expertise of our physicians.
Breast Health Center Clinical Resources
More on breast density guidelines and patient referrals.
Family Planning Clinical Resources
Offering education, counseling and medical services for families.
Clinical Resources for High-Risk Pregnancies
Prenatal care coordination for women with high-risk pregnancies.
Featured Articles & News
Advancing Minimally Invasive Surgery for Gynecologic Oncology
Refining Same-Day Hysterectomy Discharge
Addressing Congenital Heart Disease with Fetal Cardiac Intervention
New Options Can Improve Quality of Life for Women with Urinary Disorders
Going Global to Change Lives
Roe Green Global Health Scholar, Rachal Pope, MD, travels to Sierra Leone to perform surgeries in sub-Saharan Africa
An Early Adopter of Abbreviated Breast MRI UH Posts Noteworthy Early Results
Program has identified 19.9 breast cancers per 1,000 studies
Advantage of Early Fetal Echo for Prenatal Diagnosis of Congenital Heart Defects
New Female Sexual Health Division Addresses Array of Needs
1 in 10 women have a diagnosable condition, but many suffer in silence
How COVID-19 is Changing Gynecology Practice Patterns
New UH study begins to explore impact of pandemic on worldwide scale
Building the Plane While Flying It
New Study Predicts Impact of COVID-19 on L&D in the US
UH News Release
New Oncology Recovery and Survivorship Program
Advanced practice providers will offer wide range of therapeutic services