Our office will be closed today due to the inclement weather.
Get Healthy. Stay Healthy. And Live.
Our mission is to evaluate and treat each individual woman as a whole person, addressing her physical and emotional needs.
From childbirth to menopause, you’ll find individualized care from our doctors and staff. We specialize in routine and high-risk obstetrics, urogynecology and Women’s health for every stage of life.
Our group of board certified physicians, licensed nurse practitioners and caring staff are dedicated to offering high quality medical care in an atmosphere of caring and compassion to the women of the San Antonio area and surrounding communities.
Our services include:
- Well Woman Annual Exams
- Pregnancy & Prenatal Care
- Womens Wellness and Firstline Therapy
- Robotic Surgery
- Gynecological Cancer Consultations
- Birth Control Consultations
- Hormonal Therapy
- Urodynamic Study for Evaluation of Voiding Disorders
- Pelvic Reconstruction
- Hysterectomy Procedures
- Inconentence Treatments
A Day of Mindfulness: Transforming Difficult Thinking
Thursday, October 6, 2016
9 am to 4:30 pm at The Ecumenical Center, 8310 Ewing Halsell
Registration Only: $45
Registration with 6 CEUs: $75
Experience a day of mindfulness. Why are some types of thoughts so challenging? Some of our patterns of thinking create significant suffering in our mind. Thoughts can lead to anxiety, depression, and anger. Thoughts can be incessantly judgmental, repetitive, compulsive, worry-filled, anxious, and self-critical. Yet other thoughts can lead to happiness, calm, and peace.Read More and Register Now
ACOG Practice Advisory Updated Interim Guidance for Care During Zika Virus Outbreak
ACOG and SMFM have issued an UPDATE to the Practice Advisory on the Zika virus issued on January 21, 2016. This update includes updated guidance for management of pregnant women and new guidance for women of reproductive age based on CDC’s updated MMWR dated February 5, 2016.
ACOG encourages providers to contact state health departments for local direction on handling specimens for testing. Please see a list of State Health Department Contacts here.
Additional resources include CDC’s Interim Guidelines for the Evaluation and Testing of Infants with Possible Congenital Zika Virus Infection, Questions and Answers for Healthcare Providers Caring for Pregnant Women and Women of Reproductive Age with Possible Zika Virus Exposure, Questions and Answers: Zika and Sexual Transmission, and CDC’s new Zika virus microsite which is syndicated and will automatically update should you post on your own website.
These and other links found on ACOG and CDC’s websites are helpful resources, and may be beneficial to post on your practice website as resources for patients.
Starting December 1st, after-hours obstetrics care will be seen at North Central Baptist Hospital. To learn more, download the following:
Stone Oak Womens Wellness Center is excited to now offer the following services:
Walk With A Doc
Lead Physician: Michelle Harden, M.D.
There will not be Walk with a Doc this Saturday 10/4/2014. We will be joining forces with Fleet Feet Sports. Please come and join us. Our future Walks with a Doc will begin at Fleet Feet San Antonio, which you can find its location here. For more information, visit Walk With A Doc.
Stone Oak Womens Center would like to congratulate all of our graduates and their families.
Walk With A Doc and Stone Oak Womens Center congratulate Kaytlin and Lily for saying YES to walking!
Chosen’s mission is to host a sporting events to financially impact orphans & adoptive families and raise awareness of the 165 million orphans worldwide. Our purpose is to help children come into families, provide direct orphan care to those who are not adopted, and educate the community about the global orphan crisis, while we transform the world of Sports for the Kingdom of God. Competing for someone else’s victory is far more fulfilling than racing for ourselves! Click here to visit the Chosen website.