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Lutheran Medical Center

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Women’s Health

  • breast health
  • breast imaging
  • gynecology
  • obstetrics
  • women's wellness

Being at your best starts with feeling your best. Knowing women need special care, our team will give you the personal touch and convenience you deserve.

Our doctors and nurses take the time to listen to your concerns and make sure you’re confident and informed about your options moving forward. Our team of specialists provides comprehensive, personalized care for women at every age and stage in life.

Our ob-gyn and women's health providers ( 22 )

Karin A. Wollschlaeger
Karin A. Wollschlaeger, MD

Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Our MFM providers ( 4 )

Maria C. Hoffman
Maria C. Hoffman, MD

Maternal and Fetal Medicine

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Our urogynecologists ( 3 )

Heather M. Winn
Heather M. Winn, MD


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Our women's cardiovascular disease providers ( 1 )

Christopher R. Angus
Christopher R. Angus, MD

Women's Cardiovascular Disease

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Woman having a mammogram

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Our advanced 3D mammography services provide you with precise results for early detection and accurate diagnosis of breast health conditions — so you can get to treatment and recovery faster.

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