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Women's Health

  • Women's Health lobbyWith a philosophy of providing compassionate, respectful care, Einstein Healthcare Network offers women's health services for every stage of life—from puberty through pregnancy, to menopause and beyond.

    Breast HealthOur 30-member team is led by Top Docs.

    Obstetrics and GynecologyWe offer the highest level of maternity and gynecogical services to women in several locations including:

    • Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia at 5501 Old York Road
    • Einstein Medical Center Montgomery at 559 West Germantown Pike, East Norriton
    • Marion-Louise Saltzman Women’s Center at 5501 Old York Road
    • Germantown Women’s Center at One Penn Boulevard
    • Einstein Center One at Bustleton and Haldeman Avenues
    • Primary Care offices throughout Philadelphia and Montgomery counties


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    Accreditation & Partnerships

    NCCCP 140
    National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers

    Related Podcasts

    Women's Heart Disease
    Einstein doctors discuss how heart disease is different in women, including symptoms and risk factors.

    Breast Cancer
    Einstein doctors discuss tools for treating breast cancer and when to use a mammogram, ultrasound or MRI for best detection.

    Prenatal Care and Pregnancy
    Tips on preparing for a healthy baby and information on how breastfeeding impacts on infants.

    Myths Surrounding Breast Cancer
    True or False? You don’t need a mammogram if you don’t have a family history of breast cancer? False: At least 60% of breast cancers have no family history at all.

    A discussion about the positives and negatives of this transition into a new phase of life. Einstein’s doctors discuss warning signs and symptom relief for menopause.

    Gynecological Cancer
    Know your body and seek help if you notice any changes in your reproductive health. Our physicians discuss symptoms and treatment options for gynecological cancer.

    What are Fibroids?
    Ranging in size from a pea to a watermelon, fibroids are benign uterine tumors that can affect fertility. Our physicians explain why hysterectomies are no longer the only surgical treatment option and what symptoms to watch out for.
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