Women’s Health Services
Expert, Compassionate Care Focused on You
University Health System brings together expert doctors, specially trained nurses, patient navigators and other professionals to deliver responsive care for all of your women’s health concerns, from adolescence to post-menopause. We deliver world-class health care to all women in South Texas. Our women’s health support services include:
University Health System offers San Antonio’s only 24-hour dedicated women’s Emergency Department staffed with every specialist you might need for an urgent medical need related to your health.
Nationally Recognized Breast Care
The National Quality Measures for Breast Centers Program (NQMBCP) designated University as a Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence – one of just four in Texas. We diagnose and treat all types of breast conditions, including breast cancer.
Excellence in Gynecology
U.S. News & World Report consistently rates University as high-performing in gynecology. We offer routine and advanced care for all types of gynecological conditions. Additionally, our fertility-oncology clinic at the Robert B. Green campus downtown offers you a superior choice for complicated infertility concerns.
Pregnancy & Childbirth Programs for All Families
From private birthing suites to innovative programs like CenteringPregnancy®, University brings you comprehensive maternity services. Our pregnancy and childbirth philosophy respects your birthing plan and offers compassionate support throughout your pregnancy.
Should your infant require advanced medical services, University’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit offers compassionate clinicians with unparalleled expertise in neonatal diagnosis and treatment. Our unique Angel Eye® video system allows you to see and interact with your baby when you can’t be at the bedside.
The Mommies Program is a partnership with the Center for Health Care Services to help pregnant women who are receiving methadone get the treatment, support and prenatal care they need to have healthier pregnancies. Our staff will also make sure mother and baby receive the complete medical care needed to manage withdrawal symptoms. For more information call 210-863-6039.