From puberty to menopause and beyond, you’ll find sensitive, expert care for women at Reading Hospital. Partner with compassionate caregivers who understand and address your evolving needs.
Take advantage of a wide range of services and programs that benefit women:
- Bone density scan – Quick form of X-ray testing that can detect osteoporosis before you notice symptoms, so you can take steps to prevent fractures
- Breast health – Advanced tests such as 3D mammography, which creates a more detailed picture and helps doctors better identify cancer, especially in dense breasts
- Fertility program – Testing and treatment to help you get pregnant or identify the cause of infertility
- Gynecology – Pap smears, pelvic exams, birth control, and STD testing
- Menopause care – Help adjusting to physical changes and reducing side effects
- Urogynecology – Complete care, including minimally invasive surgery, for urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, fibroids, and other conditions of the bladder and reproductive organs
Community Outreach Clinic
Visit Reading Hospital Women’s Health Center for excellent women’s health care close to you at reading Hospital's B-Building on the first floor. Pay on a sliding scale for pregnancy care, sexual health services, incontinence treatment, and lab tests. If your first language isn’t English, take advantage of our interpreter services.
Call 484-628-9797 to make an appointment Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the health center, the largest OB/GYN practice in Berks County.
Beginnings Maternity Center
Enjoy complete, family-centered maternity care from doctors, midwives, and doulas who help you safely welcome and tend to your new baby at Beginnings Maternity Center at Reading Hospital.
Learn how to encourage a healthy pregnancy, get support from your peers, and access expert services for high-risk situations.
You’ll appreciate private rooms with spa-like showers for the new mother. And if your newborn needs specialized care, you’ll find it at our region’s leading neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
A Team Approach to Care
Your women’s health care provider works closely with a team of professionals who meet regularly to discuss the best ways to care for people like you.
That means you get access to the expertise of obstetricians/gynecologists, midwives, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and residents (doctors receiving training).