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Singing Our Praises!

We are the region's top providers of women's health care, specializing in gynecology and obstetrics. You can feel confident that we understand women's unique medical needs and offer a variety of services to attend to them.

Whether family planning, menopause management or anything in between, we warmly welcome women of all ages. New patients are always accepted.

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.

The staff at Women's Health Center are so kind, compassionate and caring. It was my first experience with a male gynecologist and he put me totally at ease. Great bedside manner and very understanding. - Pam S.

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

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...
Upcoming Dates for Menopause Support Group
Celebrating Menopause is a two-session class that is part...
One-Day Childbirth Class Offered at WHC!
One Saturday a month, Women's Health Center offers a one-day...

Wellness Topic

October is Domestic Violence Month
Did you know that at least 1 in 4 women will experience domestic violence at some point in their lives, regardless of their age, race, religion, or sexual preferences? At least one woman in your circle of friends has probably experienced domestic violence, or she may be experiencing it right now. Do you know the signs and how to help?

First, remember that domestic violence isn't just about physical abuse. It can also involve mental or emotional abuse, sexual abuse, and financial abuse. While the signs of physical abuse are often clear, other types of abuse can be harder to identify. Emotional abuse can include constant put-downs or criticisms, threatening remarks, and isolation from friends and family. And, domestic abuse isn't always by a spouse; it can be a parent, a son or daughter, brother or sister or even a grandparent. Men can also be victims.

If you suspect domestic violence in any form, be a good listener and a caring friend. Remind the person that no one deserves to be treated that way and that help is available. Help her/him make a plan to stay safe. If additional support is needed, consider a local domestic violence support group, the National Domestic Violence Hotline (1-800-799-SAFE), or contact the police. For more information on domestic violence, the signs, how to help, and other resources please visit the National Network to End Domestic Violence's website at http://nnedv.org/resources/states/gethelp.html