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The Gynecology Clinic offers high-quality, confidential, comprehensive, and sensitive gynecological and reproductive health services.

We recognize that people are unique, with varied beliefs, cultural backgrounds, gender identities and sexual orientations, and we provide competent care while addressing individual needs.

Whether it’s a first-time gynecological physical exam, a routine STI screen, a sexual concern, or a discussion of contraception or pregnancy options including abortion referral and follow-up, it’s a priority to let patients know that their concerns are important and we will listen and treat them with respect.

Our skilled clinicians include a gynecologist, resident physicians, advance practice nurse practitioners, physicians assistants, a certified nurse midwife, a psychologist, and experienced nurses who believe that by providing health information and evidence-based care, we can empower patients to make the best health care decisions for themselves.

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Telehealth Contraception

UHS offers telehealth contraception visits to reduce barriers to accessing contraception. This appointment type allows for greater flexibility in contraceptive visits. This also results in more focused visits for patients who require in-person provider consultation.

Telehealth contraception visits allows patients to complete a health history form in MyUHS and schedule a 10-minute phone call with a Gynecology provider to address any concerns and be prescribed an appropriate contraceptive method over the phone.

Forensic Nurse Exam

Forensic nurse exams for students who have experienced sexual assault and/or dating violence are available at UHS during business hours for no-cost.

Forensic nurses can provide emotional support, physical examination and wellness check, collection of medical forensic evidence, assistance with reporting to police (mandatory reporting for students under 18), assistance with concerns about sexually transmitted infection (STI) and pregnancy, assistance with safety planning, and development of a medical follow-up plan.

To schedule an appointment for an unwanted sexual encounter, log in to MyUHS or call 608-265-5600 (option 1).