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Women’s Health

Women face unique health challenges as they go through life—and we offer the care and expertise they need at every stage.

Exceptional Care for Women’s Health at Every Stage of Life

At West Tennessee Healthcare, we pride ourselves on offering care for a woman throughout her lifespan. That means our care spans the full spectrum of female health issues, from providing guidance to women as they begin families to helping them at all stages of life.


The Full Spectrum of Women’s Health Services

As we age, our bodies change, and navigating those changes can sometimes be challenging. But women in west Tennessee can rest assured knowing that we offer everything they need related to their health—from well-woman check-ups and menopause management to prenatal care, labor, and delivery. This includes access to highly trained specialists in areas such as maternal-fetal medicine and urogynecology.

West Tennessee’s First Choice for Women's Health

Women are often the center of the family—meaning that caring for their health needs is a concern for every family member. When it's time to choose a provider for women's health needs, the Women's Center offers the specialized expertise women deserve:

Beyond these highlights, we also offer women assistance with issues like abnormal bleeding, chronic pelvic pain, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, and pelvic organ prolapse.

  • The first in the region to be designated as a Baby-Friendly USA hospital, an honor that recognizes medical facilities for a commitment to helping mothers breastfeed
  • The first in the region to be certified as a National Safe Sleep Hospital by partnering with Cribs for Kids and the Tennessee Department of Health
  • The state’s only comprehensive certified perinatal bereavement program
  • Uniquely qualified to offer assistance with breastfeeding by international board-certified lactation consultants and CLC’s
  • Received state and federal grants to improve mother/bonding support, overall emotional well-being for new moms.
  • Conduct neonatal research initiatives to improve the quality of care for our most vulnerable and tiniest patients
Women's Health Services

Our women's health services cover all the bases—providing care for women at every stage of life.

Classes & Programs

Childbirth and motherhood can be intimidating. That's why we offer several classes to help families prepare.

Bella Baby

This service allows new parents to share pictures and information about their new baby born at Jackson Madison County General Hospital with friends and family across the world.

What's New


JMCGH Visitation Policy for Expectant Mothers

Labor & Delivery / OB Triage One support person will be allowed to remain with the patient. The one support person must stay the same through the duration of the patient\'s stay. Perinatal High Risk Unit One support person will...
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Girl Talk

Girl Talk is designed to open up communication between moms and daughters (ages 10 - 12) about puberty, reproduction, self-esteem, decision-making and other issues as they mature into young women. This Class is a four night series. $30/family Classes held...
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Making Sense of Breast Cancer Screenings

You’ve probably heard for years that women need regular mammograms after a certain age to keep tabs on their breast health. But there’s been a lot of news in the last few years that made things about breast cancer screenings...
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