Women's Health Care (formerly Women's Healthcare Associates PA) is now a proud affiliate of Newton Memorial Hospital and still has two offices conveniently located in Sussex County, NJ, in both Newton, NJ and Vernon, NJ.
Whether you are just entering womanhood, leading an active lifestyle, experiencing motherhood, or enjoying the mature years of your life, we can provide you with complete and compassionate care.
Our experienced team of physicians and midwives includes:
* Donald Rubino, MD, FACOG
* Rachel Dardik, MD, FACOG
* Melissa Sotillo, MD, FACOG
* Wendy Wagner, MD, FACOG
* Andrea Pennant, MD
* Barbro Noren, CNM
* Gail Ludwig, CNM
We are specialists in well-woman care, and in the diagnosis and management of:
~ gynecological illnesses
~ fertility issues
We also offer include preconception counseling with a nurse-midwife.
Childbearing is a normal part of life but a pregnant woman does need professional guidance and support. The nurse-midwife approach to childbirth is based on the philosophy that birth proceeds well on its own when allowed to follow nature's fine-tuned engineering.
Care includes advice on how to -
~ achieve optimal health before and after pregnancy
~ minimize risks and screening for potential problems.
Our gynecological care services include:
~ Pap smears
~ laboratory studies
~ mammography referrals
~ general wellness counseling
~ breast examinations
~ pelvic examinations
~ breast self-examination instruction
Management, screening and treatment of:
~ vaginal infections
~ pelvic pain
~ menstrual irregularities
~ urinary tract infections
~ sexually transmitted diseases
~ hormone therapy
~ perimenopausal examinations
~ postmenopausal examinations
~ family planning services
~ discuss health benefits as well as risks.
~ provide individualized management of all birth control
~ provide individualized management of all birth control options,
oral contraceptives, IUDs, diaphragms
Bone Density Testing
Our bones are constantly changing. Around the age of 30 bones reach their peak strength and then naturally become weaker with age. When bone mass loss occurs the condition is known as osteoporosis leading to increased risk for bone fractures.
Bone density can be measured to help your doctor gauge your fracture risk.
Risk factors for osteoporosis include:
~ advanced age
~ family history of osteoporosis
~ early menopause
~ removal of the ovaries
~ a low calcium diet
~ lack of exercise
~ eating disorders
~ certain medicines (such as steroids)
~ alcohol use
~ tobacco use
~ maternal history of fracture
~ small, thin frame
Osteoporosis can be prevented and treated, reducing its risks.
Throughout the year we host a Women's Health Issues series free of charge as a service to the community. Presentations are held at Newton Memorial Hospital. Please note that registration is required to allow adequate seating.
Please call us for more information about our schedule of events or to schedule an appointment.
Weight Loss | Reproductive Health | Gynecologists and Obstetricians
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