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Women's care

Whether you are in adolescence or menopause, seeking preventive care or treatment, your individual needs come first. Our commitment is to support you through every stage of life.

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Women's center in Tampa Bay, Florida

When you need women's care, The Women's Center at HCA Florida Brandon Hospital is here for you.

From breast imaging and gynecologic surgery to high-risk pregnancy and childbirth services, we are here to serve all your healthcare needs. No matter what stage of life you are in, our experienced care team is here to help you feel supported and empowered in your healthcare journey.

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Our women's health services

Our gynecologists, obstetrician-gynecologists (OB/GYNs) and other women's care specialists offer a variety of services to support you through every stage of life. Some of the services we offer include:

Breast surgery

If surgery is necessary as part of breast cancer treatment, our surgeons are available to remove cancerous tissue. We also offer breast reconstruction services, if desired. Breast reconstruction helps restore the appearance of the breast if the appearance has been altered from surgically removing breast cancer, for example.

Gynecology and urogynecology

Gynecology and urogynecology are two important areas of women's health. Gynecology focuses on the health of the female reproductive system, while urogynecology focuses on conditions that affect the urinary system and pelvic area.

Our specialists provide diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of gynecologic and urogynecologic conditions, including incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and menstrual pain. 

Gynecologic and urogynecologic surgery

Sometimes, surgical care is the best option for gynecologic and urogynecologic conditions. We specialize in advanced surgical approaches, including minimally invasive techniques such as robotic surgery.

With minimally invasive surgery, our surgeons operate through very small incisions with great accuracy. The small incisions cause less trauma to surrounding tissues, which leads to a shorter hospital stay, quicker recovery and less scarring. 

Some of the gynecologic and urogynecologic procedures we perform include:

  • Hysterectomy
  • Sacrocolpopexy
  • Ovarian cyst surgery

We commonly perform robotic surgery for hysterectomy and sacrocolpopexy. Ask your doctor if you are a good candidate for robotic surgery.

Maternity care

The Baby Suites, which is located inside The Women's Center, is where we provide complete support for you during pregnancy and childbirth. As part of that, our hospital is a member of the Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative, which is dedicated to ensuring mothers and infants receive the best possible perinatal care.

Our team is here to help prepare you for childbirth and ensure you and your baby are safe and healthy. To do this, we offer education and support for women with routine and high-risk pregnancies, including maternity classes and tours of The Baby Suites.

We also have an antepartum unit where we care for pregnant women who require an inpatient hospital stay prior to birth.

Labor and delivery services

When the big day comes, our maternity team will be by your side throughout your labor and delivery. Our goal is to support your birth plan and respect your preferences, while ensuring a safe delivery for both you and your baby.

The Baby Suites provide a compassionate and safe environment to welcome your little one into the world. We provide family-centered care as well as remote obstetric monitoring. Remote monitoring allows your OB/GYN to view your and your baby's health information in real time from their smart phone.

If your baby needs special care after birth, we also have an on-site Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) staffed with highly trained neonatal doctors and nurses.

Postpartum care

After you give birth to your baby, we are here to support you both with compassionate postpartum care in our mother-baby unit.

As part of our postpartum care program, we support rooming-in and skin-to-skin contact to help foster the special bond between you and your baby. We also have on-site lactation consultants to help you and your baby learn to breastfeed, if you wish.

Women's heart care

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the U.S. However, women have the power to reduce their risk of heart disease by living a heart-healthy lifestyle. This is why we offer specialized attention when it comes to cardiovascular care.

We are also a proud supporter of Go Red for Women — the American Heart Association's nationwide campaign to raise awareness on the effects of heart disease in women. Heart disease and stroke can be preventable, which is why education can make a lifesaving difference.

To learn more about Go Red for Women, call (888) 694-3278 or (888) MY-HEART.

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