Women's Health and Specialty Care

For generations, women have trusted Swedish to provide the highest, most comprehensive level of care. We understand the unique needs of women and are here to help you take charge of your own health.

Providing Care for Every Stage of Life

Whether you are needing gynecologic care, starting your journey through menopause or facing a diagnosis of heart disease or breast cancer, Swedish is here for you every step of the way. Our staff of leading physicians, surgeons and health-care professionals provide virtually every medical specialty and subspecialty that a woman requires at every stage of her life.

Our breast imaging centers offer a comfortable environment, a caring and experienced staff, and a wide range of state-of-the-art screening and diagnostic capabilities. Schedule your mammogram today.
Swedish's physicians and staff provide the full spectrum of gynecological care, ranging from routine screenings to reproductive health issues to postmenopausal health to gynecologic cancer.

Every year more babies are born at Swedish than at any other health system in Western Washington. Helping you have your baby your way is one reason so many moms and dads choose Swedish.

Heart disease is just as serious a health threat to women as it is to men with more than 28 million women in the US living with some form of cardiovascular disease.

Primary Care provider deliver the basic diagnostic and preventive medical care that patients most often need.

Pelvic floor treatment helps address dysfunction in the pelvic floor muscles to relieve pain, improve core stability, and control urination and bowel movements.

DEXA (bone densitometry) is an imaging study to measure bone density. It's used primarily to detect osteoporosis.

Providers Specializing in Women's Health and Specialty Care

At Swedish, you'll have access to a vast network of dedicated and compassionate providers who offer personalized care by focusing on treatment, prevention and health education.

Insurance Plans Accepted by Swedish

Find your insurance carrier and see which doctor participates with your insurance plan.

Since plan coverage changes from time to time, you should always verify that your plan covers the care you need at Swedish before making an appointment.

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Read the Latest from our Women's Health Blog

With rates of breast cancer increasing in younger women, screening guidelines are changing. Learn when you should receive your first mammogram.
Swedish’s Medical Director of Midwifery, Mary Mittell, CNM, discusses how midwifery supports inclusive, holistic care.
A Swedish rehabilitation medicine expert explains the importance of regular movement in maintaining good health.
A Swedish menopause and sexual health expert shares solutions and advice for talking with your partner and your doctor about this common condition.