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Women's health

Women's health services at King's Daughters' Health focus on the unique needs of women throughout their lives. Our goal is to provide innovative, personal care that provides you an exceptional experience.

Breast Care Program

Our comprehensive Breast Care Program encompasses screening and diagnostic imaging, provider services, breast biopsy, breast surgery and reconstruction, and follow-up care. Breast Care Navigators guide you through the process. Contact a Breast Care Navigator: 812.801.8080. Learn more about our Breast Care Program.

Women's health providers

Our physicians and nurse practitioners include:

If you need to schedule an appointment, call 812.801.0856. New patients welcome. Many family practice providers also offer a range of women's health services. Visit our Providers section for a complete list of physicians/providers.

Digital mammography

We provide digital mammograms at both King's Daughters' Hospital and the KDH Main Campus Medical Building (attached and adjacent). A variety of appointment times are available, and evening appointments can be made upon request. To schedule a digital mammogram, call 812.801.0440 or 812.801.0686.

In addition to digital services, we provide women with extra peace of mind by integrating the R2 ImageChecker into mammography services. Once your mammogram is completed, it is evaluated by one of our board-certified radiologists. It is then scanned by the R2 ImageChecker—a digital technology that scans the mammogram for the slightest variances. Any area identified as a concern is reviewed a second time by the physician to determine if further follow-up is necessary.

Bone density

Osteoporosis can be devastating. A simple procedure—known as a bone density test—evaluates the strength and density of your bone tissue. Based on your personal health history, your provider can help you decide when a bone density test is appropriate.

One of the newest advances in osteoporosis detection is a new 10-second spine fracture evaluation, allowing providers to see existing fractures previously unseen by more traditional bone density testing. Armed with this new technology, your provider can help you reduce your risk of future spinal fractures associated with osteoporosis.

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