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Women’s Services

Choose Cone Health for care that puts you first. Whether you need routine screenings, maternal health services, or care for an illness or chronic condition, you’ll benefit from experienced specialists who understand the unique health concerns of women.

Top-Tier Care

You can feel confident in Cone Health because CareChex® places our women’s health care in the top 10 percent in North Carolina for both medical excellence and patient safety. The ranking reflects our high-quality care for breast disorders, menstrual conditions, and women’s surgical services.

Comprehensive Women’s Health Care

Learn about the wide range of women’s services and specialties at Cone Health, including:

Specialized Care for Young Women

For sensitive, teen-focused care for reproductive or behavioral health concerns, ask for a referral to our adolescent medicine specialist.

Women’s Imaging

Take advantage of specialty imaging services to detect and diagnose conditions that affect your health, including:

Wellness Services

Discover classes, events and programs designed to help you achieve and maintain good health. Explore wellness services and resources at Cone Health or visit our health library to read about women’s health topics.

Wellness Matters

  • COVID-19 Vaccine: Pregnancy, Fertility and Women's Health

    COVID-19 Vaccine: Pregnancy, Fertility and Women's Health

    Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for pregnant women? Does the vaccine impact fertility? Chief Medical Officer for Women's Services Carolynn Harraway-Smith, MD, answers these questions and more in this week's 2 Your Well-Being discussion with WFMY News 2.
    April 5, 2021
  • 5 Steps to Reduce Your Risk for Breast Cancer

    5 Steps to Reduce Your Risk for Breast Cancer

    It is estimated that approximately 331,530 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. While there are certain risk factors you can’t control, there are steps you can take today to help lower your risk. Gustav C. Magrinat, MD, a medical oncologist with Cone Health Cancer Center at Wesley Long Hospital and member of Cone Health Medical Group, shares 5 ways to help reduce your risk for breast cancer.
    October 21, 2020
  • “The comfort and care they offered kept me going.” Health Care Heroes Help Mom of Newborn Stay Connected

    LaQuenta McGhee-Rawls experienced three hospitalizations in the last two months – only one of which was for her baby girl’s actual arrival. The other two stays were related to complications. Although coronavirus added challenges to her experience, LaQuenta says "the comfort and care [her care team] offered kept me going.” Read the rest of the McGhee-Rawls' family story here.
    May 10, 2020