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Singing Our Praises!

If you're looking for the best in women's health care, look no further than Women's Health Center of Southern Oregon. You can feel confident that our skilled physician/surgeons and nurse practitioners, as well as our entire staff, have your comfort, health and safety in mind.

Women's Health Center is the only OB/GYN practice in the state of Oregon to be awarded Safety Certification in Outpatient Practice Excellence. By achieving this certification, Women's Health Center has demonstrated excellence in all areas of patient safety.

Come see for yourself how we listen to you, care about you and care for you.

This is one of the best medical experiences I have had in over 10 years! - Elizabeth L.

Beautiful office, kind and caring staff and I was treated with such respect. - Jessica C.

Location & Directions

Women's Health
Center of Southern
Oregon, PC
1075 SW Grandview Ave., Suite 200
Grants Pass, Oregon
P: 541-479-8363

News & Events

Nancy Mason, WHCNP is joining Women’s Health Center
Women's Health Center is excited to announce that Nancy Mason,...
Boot Camp for New Dads begins Nov. 14
Do you know a new dad-to-be?  Would he benefit from spending...
Free Clinical Breast Exams
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and in...
WHC adds 6-week childbirth class series
Women's Health Center now has TWO choices for Childbirth...
Dr. Caroline Kelly joins Women’s Health Center
We are excited to announce that Dr. Caroline Kelly will be...

Wellness Topic

November is National Diabetes Month
Diabetes affects so many areas of a personal’s health and well-being. If you already have diabetes, regular check-ups with your primary care provider along with routine blood work are critical to helping you and your provider make the best care plan for your particular situation. If you are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes, you can lower that risk with a few easy steps.

Maintaining a healthy weight can help you prevent and manage problems like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, unhealthy cholesterol, and high blood glucose. If you are overweight, even losing 10-15 pounds can make a big difference!

Eating healthy food is one of the most important things you can do to lower your risk for type 2 diabetes and heart disease. It can seem hard to make healthy food choices, particularly if you are on a budget and short of time. The American Diabetes Association has some great resources for you, including recipes and healthy eating suggestions.

Even if you've never exercised before, you can find ways to add physical activity to your day. You'll get benefits, even if your activities aren't strenuous. Once physical activity is a part of your routine, you'll wonder how you did without it!

For more information, please visit The American Diabetes Association website at http://www.diabetes.org/