Women's Health Specialists
The board-certified obstetrician-gynecologists at Alegent Creighton Clinic Women's Health Specialists provide individualized care to women of all ages. You will receive expert care that is right for you, from pregnancy and prenatal care, to annual physicals, menopause management and more. These services emphasize the importance of preventative care, regular health screenings, nutrition and exercise in order to develop a healthy, well-balanced lifestyle.
Alegent Creighton Clinic Women’s Health Specialists offer these comprehensive obstetrical and gynecological services:
- Routine physical exams, pap smears and breast care screenings
- Routine and high-risk obstetrical care and counseling
- Infertility diagnosis and medical therapy
- Hormonal replacement therapy
- Diagnostic services such as laboratory, ultrasound, prenatal testing and stress/non-stress testing
- Education and counseling for your health care needs
- Menstrual disorders
- Menopause and post-menopause care
- Laparoscopic surgery
With thirteen locations throughout the Omaha area, as well as Columbus and Grand Island, there is always a Women's Health Specialist Clinic near you. Use our interactive map tool to find the clinic closest to your home or work.
Our board-certified obstetrician-gynecologists provide individualized care to women of all ages. You will receive expert care that is right for you, from pregnancy and prenatal care, to annual physicals, menopause management, and more. Meet our obstetrician-gynecologists.
Nurse practitioners are advanced practice nurses who provide high-quality health care services similar to those of a doctor. NP’s have completed advanced education and clinical training beyond their registered nurse preparation. They also must pass the certification exam from the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Physician assistants are health care professionals licensed to practice medicine with physician supervision. After completing extensive education, PA’s take a national certification exam in conjunction with the National Board of Medical Examiners. From treating illnesses to advising patients on maintaining a healthy lifestyle, nurse practitioners and physician assistants provide a full range of services. They can conduct physical exams, diagnose and treat illness, order and interpret tests, counsel on preventative care, and write prescriptions.