Our gynecologists see thousands of patients every year – often multiple generations within the same family. We specialize in treating women of all ages, from pre-adolescence to post-menopausal. We offer comprehensive care for all types of gynecological conditions, ranging from cervical dysplasia to infertility.
Testing & Diagnosis
When you experience gynecological symptoms, you want answers as soon as possible. Our doctors specialize in diagnosing even rare types of women’s health conditions. You have access to well-trained, knowledgeable medical experts.
Tests and diagnostic procedures we use include colposcopy, cystoscopy, endometrial biopsy, pelvic ultrasound and many other procedures that allow us to get to an accurate diagnosis as quickly as possible so treatment can begin.
We offer a wide range of treatment options, such as: the loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP), myomectomies and full gynecologic oncology care. For routine problems, our gynecologists may treat you with medications, perform an in-office procedure or give you helpful guidelines on how to manage your symptoms at home.
Our goal is to provide you with a lifetime of compassionate care. We offer a robust suite of support services to help you maintain good reproductive health. Count on us to deliver:
24-Hour Emergency Care
We offer the only round-the-clock Emergency Department dedicated solely to women’s health. We provide every specialist you might need at any hour of the day or night. For women of any age in the San Antonio area, we provide comprehensive care for urgent medical concerns, such as abnormal vaginal bleeding or pelvic pain. Our services include care for pregnant women and those who are not expecting.
Life circumstances can make it difficult to pay for care. Our experts will help you locate funding sources to cover part of the cost of your gynecology care.
For patients in the hospital who have had gynecological surgery or arrived at University Hospital through the emergency room, our patient navigators connect you with resources. They help coordinate your care and collaborate with other experts like social workers to get you the services you need.
These specialists can help you with transportation, financing and much more.