Women's healthcare services as individualized as you
At Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Marble Falls, we are committed to providing high-quality healthcare to women throughout the Hill Country with convenient access to Lakeway and Austin for additional needs.
We know your healthcare needs change as your body changes. That's why we offer quality gynecological and obstetrical (OBGYN) care to women in all phases of life. We emphasize comprehensive medical care with a personal touch.
Our relationship with our patient is our highest priority. We have a nurse navigator to help those who require diagnostic mammography and offer a support group for breast cancer patients in and around Marble Falls.
Comprehensive women's health services in Marble Falls
We offer an array of women's health services that address the full range of gynecological, breast, hormonal and aging issues facing women today right here in Marble Falls.
Gynecologists on the medical staff provide:
- Well women exams
- Manual breast exams
- Screening and diagnostic mammography
- Contraceptive services
- Family planning services
- Hormone replacement therapy
- Pre-natal and post-natal pregnancy care
- Breast surgery
Women's diagnostic services
Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Marble Falls uses the latest advanced imaging technology to diagnose and monitor women, including:
- 2D and 3D mammography
- Screening mammograms*
- Diagnostic mammography
- Needle localizations and biopsies
- Breast ultrasound
- OB ultrasound
- Bone density
*No doctor order required; however, you must have an established relationship with an OBGYN or primary care doctor at Baylor Scott & White Health.
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