Improve your health and live well at any stage of life with superior care from obstetrics and gynecology (OB-GYN) specialists at UNC Women’s Health. At our convenient location in Eden, North Carolina, you’ll get personalized attention from a friendly, helpful team.
Comprehensive Care for Women
Look to our doctors for:
Personalized Gynecology Care
You deserve one-on-one care from a team that treats you like family and puts your needs first. Partner with a knowledgeable gynecologist, a doctor with advanced training to diagnose and treat conditions that affect the female reproductive system.
Gynecologic Conditions We Treat
Rely on your doctor for care of:
Treatments & Services
Our services include:
Depend on our experienced team for compassionate care before, during, and after gynecologic surgery. Whenever possible, your doctor uses minimally invasive techniques, which means you’ll have smaller incisions, faster recovery, and less risk of infection. We offer:
Complete Pregnancy & Birth Care
Rely on our OB-GYNs for care and guidance to have a healthy pregnancy and birth experience. You’ll appreciate our focus on you and your baby’s safety and well-being.
Attend prenatal care visits at our clinic on the schedule your doctor recommends, and receive on-site ultrasound scans to monitor your baby’s growth.
Get access to childbirth classes and support at UNC Rockingham Health Care to prepare for the birth of your baby. You’ll deliver your baby at the well-equipped and comfortable birthing suites at the hospital.
In the days and weeks after you give birth, trust our experts for postpartum care and support when you need it.
Responsive Menopause Care
Reach out to us for trustworthy care for your life-long health needs. Get sensitive, supportive care through perimenopause and menopause. Perimenopause is the beginning of your body’s transition toward menopause. You may notice symptoms, such as:
- Changes to your menstrual cycle
- Hot flashes
- Mood swings
- Trouble sleeping
- Vaginal dryness
If you experience symptoms that make you uncomfortable, or make it hard to enjoy your daily activities, talk to your doctor. Your doctor may recommend hormone replacement or alternative treatments to manage your symptoms.