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Women's Health

Sauk Prairie Healthcare offers Women’s Health services designed to meet the unique, changing medical needs of women from adolescence to mature adulthood. Women’s health professionals including Obstetrician Gynecologists (OB/GYNs), Urologists, General Surgeons, pelvic health specialists, nurse navigators and lactation counselors can help you make the best healthcare decisions for you and your loved ones.

Birth Center

Our Birth Center is a safe, supportive, and welcoming environment for the birth of your newest family member. Spacious, private maternity suites include a sofa bed for your partner and your own bath. Our Birth Center nurses offer childbirth classes to help you prepare for this life-changing event. And lactation counselors are a resource for you, offering breastfeeding classes and Baby Connection, a breastfeeding support group to connect you with other new moms and help you reach your goals.


Having a regular mammogram is one of the best ways to detect breast cancer early. Sauk Prairie Healthcare strives to offer the best in breast cancer screening and diagnostic technology, while ensuring easy access to services. We offer both 2-D and 3-D mammography which is available by appointment.


You can expect personal care and attention as you address your gynecologic conditions or concerns. Board-certified Gynecologists offer treatment of uterine fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, heavy menstrual bleeding (menorrhagia), incontinence, potential precancerous conditions, and cancers of the female reproductive tract.

Women’s Incontinence

At Sauk Prairie Healthcare, we understand that incontinence can have a big impact on your daily life and your ability to enjoy activities and outings. We have specialists trained in the treatment of incontinence, including Gynecologists, Urologists, and physical therapists. There are a variety of treatments for incontinence including lifestyle changes, physical therapy, and surgery.

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