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Lisa Redfern

Lisa Redfern

 Executive Director

Lisa has been involved in women’s healthcare in southern Oregon for more than 20 years.  In 1998 she joined two local physicians to open Women’s Health Center of Southern Oregon, where she serves as Executive Director.  Her vision:  A Center exclusively for women to receive compassionate, innovative, informative care that will enhance the quality of their lives and improve their overall well-being.  Lisa strongly believes that listening and being willing to change, grow, modify, and adjust to the changing needs, desires, and requests of the women in our community is the key to being a premier health center.   As well, she enjoys mentoring the employees of Women’s Health Center and helping them find their niche…their passion and excitement for their work.
In her spare time, Lisa enjoys running, mountain biking, traveling, reading, wine-tasting, napping, visiting and laughing with friends, family, and her wonderful husband, Greg.

Lisa welcomes your comment and concerns.  Please contact her at  lisar@womenshealthso.com.

Location & Directions

Women’s Health Center of Southern Oregon, PC

1075 SW Grandview Ave. Suite 200 Grants Pass, Oregon 97527

Phone: 541-479-8363 Fax: 541-476-2841

News & Events

Hormone Replacement Therapy Offered At Women’s Health Center of South Oregon

While menopause can represent a wonderful transition for women, it can also lead to a variety of uncomfortable and inconvenient symptoms. While menopause may be completely natural and something all…

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Mona Lisa Touch: What Is Feminine Laser Therapy and Does It Really Work?

Mona Lisa Touch Procedure: Who is it for? Are you experiencing painful intercourse, feminine dryness, or mild urinary symptoms? These could be due to vaginal atrophy caused by changing estrogen…

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Mona Lisa Touch: What Is Vaginal Rejuvenation and Does It Really Work?

Mona Lisa Touch Procedure: Who is it for? Are you experiencing painful intercourse, vaginal dryness, or mild urinary symptoms? These could be due to vaginal atrophy caused by changing estrogen…

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Events Calendar

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on our clinics health talks, boot camps,
educational series and more!

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