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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.

The building is inviting and clean with very friendly staff. And, I was able to schedule my annual wellness exam with Women's Health Center and my mammogram at Women's Imaging the same day! Very convenient. Thank you!
Patty W.

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

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...
Women’s Health Center first SCOPE certified office in Oregon
Women’s Health Center of Southern Oregon has been awarded a...
Sue Moravec, Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner at WHC!
We are happy to announce that Sue Moravec, WHCNP, has joined...
Dr. Battey returns from medical mission to Haiti
Dr. Richard Battey,  served a medical mission to Haiti in...

Wellness Topic

July is Group B Strep Awareness Month

Group B Strep is a bacterial infection that is found in approximately 25% of all normal, healthy women. Most women who test positive do not have any symptoms. A woman who is pregnant and tests positive for GBS, however, has the possibility of passing GBS to her baby during delivery. Some, but not all babies exposed to GBS during delivery can become quite ill.
A routine part of testing during pregnancy includes Step B testing during a patient’s initial OB lab panel. Patients are also screened during the 36th week of pregnancy. If a woman is found to be positive, steps can be taken during labor to prevent GBS from being passed on to her baby.
For more information about Group B Strep and pregnancy, click on this link: