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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 health center in Port St. Lucie, Florida

At HCA Florida St. Lucie Hospital, we make sure every woman has access to the resources she needs to maintain her health.

The women's health specialists at our hospital in Port St. Lucie, Florida, including gynecologists and obstetrician-gynecologists (OB/GYNs), care for women in all stages of life. From pregnancy to menopause and beyond, we're here to support you with all your healthcare needs.

Our women’s health services

Our specialists are experienced in:

Breast health

The breast health services at our hospital include digital mammography and breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

Annual mammograms are a crucial aspect of a woman's healthcare routine. Certain risk factors, such as family history, may affect the age at which a woman should begin receiving mammograms, but most women begin at 40 years old.

Gynecologic surgery

Sometimes, surgery is the best treatment option for gynecologic conditions. In these cases, our surgeons offer a range of options, including minimally invasive surgery.

Our hospital is equipped with robotic surgery technology that allows our surgeons to perform gynecologic procedures with enhanced dexterity and precision. This type of minimally invasive surgery offers many patient benefits, including a shorter recovery time and reduced scarring.

Our gynecologic surgeons commonly perform hysterectomies (removal of the uterus) and myomectomies (removal of uterine fibroids) through robotic-surgery techniques.

Maternity care

When you choose to deliver your baby at our hospital, you are choosing a hospital that works with you to help you feel prepared for your childbirth experience and motherhood journey. To do this, we offer complete care throughout your pregnancy and even after your baby is born.

We also have a dedicated obstetrics emergency room (ER). Here, we provide prompt, specialized care for women with obstetric medical emergencies.

Prenatal care

Through our prenatal care program, we offer maternity classes, including a prenatal breastfeeding class and childbirth preparation class. These and other maternity classes are designed to help you prepare for your childbirth experience and breastfeeding journey (if you wish to breastfeed).

We are also here to support you with helpful information, including what to pack in your hospital bag, and important factors to check for when choosing a prenatal care provider.

Labor and delivery

Our hospital is home to The Birthing Center, where women can come for a patient-centered birthing experience. Whether you want a natural childbirth or desire pain management services, we support you and your choices when it comes to your childbirth experience.

The Birthing Center is also equipped with an advanced surgical suite for planned and unplanned cesarean sections (C-sections). No matter what your labor and delivery experience involves, we are prepared to provide the best possible care for you and your baby.

Postpartum care

Your care doesn't stop after your baby is born. Following labor and delivery, our specialists and nurses are here to provide you with family-centered postpartum care and support.

We offer breastfeeding assistance (if you wish) and support for you as your body begins the process of returning to its pre-pregnancy state. We also encourage you and your baby to spend as much time together as possible, including skin-to-skin for early bonding.

Additionally, we practice open visitation hours* for friends and family to come meet the newest addition to your family.

*Visitation policy may change due to circumstances.

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