Women are sometimes hesitant to discuss pelvic health issues with their healthcare providers, but they don’t have to be. Cara Berg Raunick, DNP, CNP, Board Certified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner at St.Vincent Carmel Women’s Center, allays fears about how to bring up some of the … Continue reading
As a woman, you spend lots of time looking out for the needs of your family and friends. But how often do you take time for you and look out for your own needs—including your health?
At St. Vincent, we think that you deserve some “me” time, especially when it comes to your well-being. Time to laugh. Time to de-stress. Time to do whatever it is you enjoy doing. And when it comes to taking time to care for your health, we’re devoted to delivering the kinds of health services that will help you live the life you deserve.
Whether you’re looking for answers about maternity options, breast health, pelvic or heart care, or even emotional health, you’ll find people and programs devoted to your needs at St. Vincent. The place where women’s health matters.
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Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in the United States, and high cholesterol is a major risk factor—one that increases with age. More women than men in the U.S. have high cholesterol, putting women at twice the … Continue reading
Every two weeks at St. Vincent Women’s Hospital, the March of Dimes NICU Family Support Program offers a Journey Bead Parent Hour. It is a time for parents of babies that are in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and … Continue reading
Buy One Get One Free! Buy any retinol product and get a free SPF of your choice. Several different retinol serums, masks and SPF products to choose from. (While supplies last) 50% off laser hair removal (single sessions only). Schedule now and … Continue reading
Thinking about running? Getting started is easier than you may think. Continue reading
You avoid potentially dangerous exercises and have memorized the list of foods and medications that are off limits. But are you up to date on bump-friendly car safety? Continue reading
Embrace life and #taketime4u to explore new ways of looking at your world.
Make your New Year’s resolutions about changing your perspective to #taketime4u. Continue reading
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. How much do you know about cervical cancer? Continue reading
Announcing a pregnancy to loved ones is one of the most joyful parts of the process! Here are some fun ideas for sharing the news. Continue reading