Women's Health Programs & Services
Whether you need well-woman checkups, pregnancy and childbirth care, or state-of-the-art medical diagnosis and treatment, Cedars-Sinai offers complete support for your health and wellbeing. Find out how to get personalized help for any health issue, at any stage of your life.
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The program provides confidential reproductive health services—including birth control, education and counseling—to healthy women and those with complex medical situations.
The program provides comprehensive care for women who are trying to conceive and those with hormonal disorders. Services include diagnosis, treatment and management for women with the full range of reproductive health concerns.
A full range of gynecology services is available to women of all ages, from routine checkups to advanced screenings and treatments. Minimally invasive gynecologic surgery is available for many common conditions, resulting in reduced pain, quicker healing and lower risk of infection.
If your pregnancy is considered high-risk or you have complications, this advanced care program offers the latest prenatal tests and counseling, treatment from a team of maternal-fetal medicine specialists and neonatologists, and state-of-the-art urgent care for you and your baby.
For new moms who have questions or challenges around breastfeeding, the Lactation Program offers advice, support and help
supplies—both after delivery at Cedars-Sinai and
lines reserved for new moms at home.
When your pregnancy requires a hospital stay, this unit provides comfortable, private intensive-care rooms. Nurses specializing in high-risk pregnancy work closely with a maternal-fetal medical team to manage all aspects of your treatment.
Cedars-Sinai offers a variety of classes to help you prepare for childbirth and raising a newborn. You can also take a free tour of the maternity facilities to get comfortable with our services and staff.
Minimally invasive surgery can be a good way to treat gynecologic conditions such as fibroids, ovarian cysts and endometriosis. These procedures often cause less pain, heal more quickly and leave smaller scars.
You'll find help for routine and high-risk pregnancies, prenatal testing, pregnancy and newborn-care classes, and childbirth support at Cedars-Sinai. That's why more women choose to deliver their babies with us than at any other hospital in Los Angeles.
This Program carefully balances every need of mother and baby during high-risk pregnancies. The team includes maternal-fetal medicine physicians, obstetric anesthesiologists, neonatologists, and comprehensive pediatric surgical and medical subspecialists.
For routine or high-risk pregnancies, the Prenatal Diagnosis Center offers the latest tests and screenings to monitor your health and your baby’s development. If medical, genetic or other issues are discovered, you’ll receive supportive counseling and the most appropriate treatment.
Primary care physicians diagnose and treat the full spectrum of illnesses and injuries. They provide screenings and education to prevent health problems and help patients manage chronic conditions.
The Reproductive Psychology Program at Cedars-Sinai is dedicated to helping women experiencing mental health conditions before, during and after pregnancy.
The interdisciplinary, research-based Transgender Surgery and Health Program offers individualized treatment and follow-up services for patients seeking gender-affirming surgery and transition-related care.
Get specialized help for pelvic floor disorders that can occur due to pregnancy, menopause or for other reasons—including urinary problems and prolapse (sagging or bulging organs).
The Women's Cancer Program provides comprehensive treatment for all cancers affecting women and is a leader in developing new approaches to early detection, prevention and individualized treatments to improve cancer survival.
The Barbra Streisand Women's Heart Center at the Smidt Heart Institute plays a leading role in identifying female-pattern heart disease, developing new diagnostic tools and advancing specialized care for women.