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Fibroids & Polyps

Fibroids, also known as myomas, are abnormal, but usually benign (non-cancerous), fibrous growths or tumors that frequently arise within the muscle and connective tissues of the uterus. Read more

Hysterectomy

Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus. It is the only way to guarantee that fibroids will not recur. However, a hysterectomy is major surgery, and a woman should consider other less invasive options first.
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Medical Services

Women's Health


At Virginia Hospital Center, we understand that not every patient in Women & Infant Health is here to deliver a baby. Our commitment to providing outstanding, personalized medical care extends to women who have entrusted their gynecologic surgery to us.

From the moment she enters the Hospital, to the superior treatment she receives, to the comfort of her private room (whether it is used for only a few hours before and after an outpatient surgery, or overnight after an inpatient procedure) every patient will be the focus of our highly skilled physicians and nurses, all of whom have training on the unique requirements of the gynecologic surgery patient.

Women's Health Medical Services

Virginia Hospital Center's state-of-the-art Women's Health Medical Services offer the most advanced technologies and expertise to evaluate and treat patients with a wide range of disorders and are well equipped to handle routine gynecological procedures as well as complex conditions that have not responded to previous treatment.

To read more about All Women's Health Medical Services, click on the links below:

Female Physicians

Medical conditions may be difficult. Conversations about them, don't have to be.

All things being equal, many women prefer to go to a female physician rather than a male physician for their colon and rectal, urological, gynecological and breast healthcare. When a female patient has a sensitive condition requiring highly specialized surgical care, there are few female experts to whom she can turn.

Fortunately, Virginia Hospital Center Physician Group has female physicians who possess advanced surgical training and specific focus in their area of expertise, which may make patients feel more comfortable and less embarrassed by their treatment because it is being administered by a woman. And for patient convenience, these physicians provide care in two easily accessible locations:

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