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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 care in Kissimmee, St. Cloud and Orlando

Our women's care services include breast health exams and screenings, as well as labor and delivery care for expecting mothers.

At HCA Florida Osceola Hospital, our doctors are committed to providing exceptional women's care in a comfortable and safe environment. We offer a full spectrum of breast imaging services, including MRIs and ultrasounds, to help you stay on top of your breast health. We also offer a range of comprehensive labor and delivery services, to include our Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, for expecting mothers.

Our women's care services

Our doctors provide exceptional breast health and maternity services.

Breast health services

At the Breast Care Center, our team of doctors are committed to making your breast imaging experience as comfortable as possible. Our breast care coordinators and fellowship-trained radiologists offer a full spectrum of imaging technologies, including:

  • 3T (tesla) breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) — This type of MRI allows for both breasts to be scanned simultaneously, while maintaining the same quality resolution and scan time as a single-breast MRI.
  • Breast ultrasound — This specialized ultrasound is used to assess blood flow, or lack of it, in the breast. It is often used to further analyze a mass after it is discovered or as a supplemental screening tool.
  • Computer-aided detection (CAD) — This technology assists radiologists by searching for abnormal densities, masses or calcification on breast images. It highlights any suspicious areas for further analyzation by a radiologist.
  • Digital diagnostic mammography — This type of mammogram is performed if a patient is experiencing abnormalities, such as breast pain or a lump felt during a physical exam. It may also be performed if abnormal results are found in a screening mammogram.
  • Digital screening mammography — This type of exam uses X-ray technology to produce images displayed on a computer screen. Screening mammograms are recommended as annual, routine procedures for women starting at 40 years old.

If a diagnostic imaging exam shows a suspicious area, a breast biopsy may be ordered and scheduled through your breast care coordinator. They can be reached at (407) 518-4387.

Labor and delivery

When it comes to your family, we provide the best in personalized attention and quality care. We are proud to offer the following services:

  • Spacious labor and delivery suites with sleeper sofa, bassinet, baby warmer and special accommodations for your relaxing, bonding time with your newborn
  • Highly skilled nursing staff with experience in pregnancy, labor and delivery and newborn care
  • 24/7 Obstetricians for emergencies
  • Obstetricians from the University of Central Florida College of Medicine faculty
  • Antepartum high-risk care for moms who need a higher and/or extended level of care prior to delivery
  • Dedicated Cesarean Surgical Suites
  • Neonatal intensive care for newborns requiring a higher level of care
  • Perinatologists and neonatologists who specialize in high-risk births and infants

We also offer a series of informative courses to help you prepare for the arrival of your little one. Classes are available to all parents planning to deliver their child at our hospital.

If you need access to other types of women's care services, we make it convenient through our HCA Florida Healthcare family of hospitals across the state.

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