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Welcome Crystal Lindahl, WHNP!

Welcome Crystal Lindahl, WHNP!

Women's Health Center continues to expand our practice to better serve the women in our community!  Crystal Lindahl, a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner has just joined our team.  Previously a labor nurse, Crystal is looking forward to expanding her patient care to include the entire span of a woman's life.  She provides an inclusive environment with respect and courtesy, honoring all her patients’ values and goals.
Crystal and her family recently moved to Grants Pass and are delighted to be surrounded by the mountains and the natural beauty of the area. Schedule your appointment with Crystal online or call our office at 541-479-8363.

Welcome Baby! Community Baby Shower – Sept 17

Our community wants to welcome your new baby at a Community Baby Shower!  Lots of great educational and informative demonstrations, gifts, food trucks, and more!  At Grants Pass High School from 10:30am - 4:00pm or on Facebook: @HealthyStartofSouthernOregon.  See you there!

 

 

Incontinence is Not a Normal Part of Aging

Incontinence is Not a Normal Part of Aging

Do you leak a little when you laugh or sneeze? You’re not alone. Over 25 million people have some degree of bladder leakage or incontinence in the U.S. every day. Most don’t mention it to their doctors because they feel embarrassed or write it off as a normal part of aging.

It’s true that urinary incontinence is more common as we age, but it’s not a normal part of aging and it’s definitely not something you have to live with.

Whether you leak in your sleep, only when you laugh or sneeze, or all day – tiny drips or full bladders – your body is letting you know that something isn’t right. Urinary incontinence is a health program, not an aging problem.

Most people with urinary incontinence have a treatable or manageable condition.

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COMING ATTRACTIONS – Our New Providers!

Women's Health Center is expanding our practice to better service the women in our community.  We are excited to introduce two new providers who will be joining us this summer. 

A native southern Oregonian, Lauren Jones, NP, partners with her patients to help guide them to become the healthiest and happiest version of themselves.  Lauren has nearly a decade of experience in healthcare and feels strong two-way communication is the key to ensure each patient achieves their health goals. She is excited about returning to her roots here and joins us in mid-July.  When not in the office, she finds happiness spending time with her husband and daughter, living an active lifestyle, and enjoying many outdoor activities. 

 

 

 

 

 

Meet Dr. Marla Peters who joins us in August. Dr. Peters graduated from Mercer University School of Medicine in 2018 and completed her OB/GYN residency at Memorial University Medical Center in Georgia.  She has a special interest in adolescent gynecology, infertility and reproductive endocrinology, as well as menopause management. She is very approachable and incorporates mental well-being into her practice providing a holistic approach to managing the health of her patients. Dr. Peters enjoys hiking and traveling with her husband and their pup durning her off time. She loves painting with acrylics and watercolors and draws inspiration from her hikes.

 

Community Baby Shower – April 25-29!

All are welcome to attend the virtual Community Baby Shower from the comfort of your own home!  Featuring live streaming education for moms and dads and prizes!  

6 Myths About Hospital Births

6 Myths About Hospital Births

Giving birth is one of the most memorable and profound experiences in a parent’s life. You want it to be perfect – safe, loving, and memorable. And that’s why there are so many options about how and where to give birth. Unfortunately, there are just as many opinions and it can be difficult for a soon-to-be new parent to know what to believe.

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Introducing Denise Mao, FNP

Women's Health Center is happy to announce we have a new provider, Denise Mao, FNP. Denise started her career in healthcare as an RN in southern California. She gained valuable experience in many settings including hospital cardiac care, air ambulance service and rehabilitation care. A Nurse Practitioner since 2017- she is now an FNP- Denise and her family have moved to Grants Pass where she joins our team of providers to deliver compassionate care to women of all ages. Denise will begin seeing patients in mid-December. Welcome Denise!

Urinary Incontinence and Treatment Options

Urinary Incontinence and Treatment Options

Urinary incontinence, or leakage of urine, is something that affects millions of us. It is so common that many feel it is a fact of life, and we simply have to learn to adjust. But that’s not true - there are several treatment options available.

There are three common types of incontinence: urge and stress, overflow. Many times, a mix of the three!

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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

Welcome Crystal Lindahl, WHNP!

Women's Health Center continues to expand our practice to better serve the women in our community!  Crystal Lindahl, a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner has just joined our team.  Previously a…

Read more >

Welcome Baby! Community Baby Shower – Sept 17

Our community wants to welcome your new baby at a Community Baby Shower!  Lots of great educational and informative demonstrations, gifts, food trucks, and more!  At Grants Pass High School…

Read more >

Incontinence is Not a Normal Part of Aging

Do you leak a little when you laugh or sneeze? You’re not alone. Over 25 million people have some degree of bladder leakage or incontinence in the U.S. every day.…

Read more >

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