Center for Women's Behavioral Health
At the Center for Women's Behavioral Health, our team of board certified psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and clinical nurse specialists all have expertise in the treatment of women. We offer the country's first Day Hospital program, consultation services for inpatients and an outpatient clinic with specialization in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders. Patients are seen at 2 Dudley Street in Providence. Call us at (401) 453-7955.
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Center for Women's Primary Care
At the Center for Women's Primary Care, outpatient primary and follow-up care services for women include general health and well-being, heart disease, hypertension, thromboembolic disease, and thyroid disease. Patients are seen at 100 Dudley Street in Providence. Call us at (401) 459-0230.
Center for Women's GI Disorders
In a setting staffed by all female practitioners, the Center for Women's Gastrointestinal Services offers a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary focus on problems with the gastrointestinal system of women. Services include a colorectal cancer screening program, hepatitis in pregnancy program, treatment for urinary and fecal incontinence, and an Inflammatory Bowel Disease support group. Patients are seen at 100 Dudley Street in Providence, as well as in East Greenwich and East Providence. Call us at (401) 453-7953.
» Colorectal Cancer
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» Q and A: Digestive Disorders
Center for Obstetric and Consultative Medicine
The Center for Obstetric and Consultative Medicine offers the highest level of care for pregnant patients with various medical conditions. Our obstetric medicine specialists are internists with additional training in treating pregnant women. We work directly with each patient's own obstetrician to ensure the best possible outcome. Patients are seen at 100 Dudley Street in Providence. Call us at (401) 453-7950.
» Specialty Care in Pregnancy Program
» Integrated Program for High Risk Pregnancy
||I Threw Up From The Day That My Body Knew I Was Pregnant
Patient Story: Amy
Up to 90% of pregnant women experience nausea. Nearly 50% of women cope with vomiting as well. Called morning sickness, this generally goes away by the end of the first trimester.
» Read this patient story