Welcome to the Virginia Women’s Center difference: services that meet women where they are—at any age, at any stage—and all conveniently through Virginia Women's Center.
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Whether you’re a first-time mother-to-be or experienced in pregnancy, your Virginia Women’s Center obstetrical team will be with you every step of the way. Over a nine-month pregnancy you, your physician and your nurse practitioner form an important bond. Visit the Obstetrics section to learn more.
Ensuring good gynecologic health throughout your life—from the teen years to the post-menopausal years—is our specialty. Regardless of the location you choose, you can be sure that your physician or nurse practitioner is nothing short of an expert in your gynecologic health care. Visit the Gynecology section for information on the annual exam, vaccines, in-office procedures and answers to frequently-asked questions.
The Pelvic Health and Continence Institute, an on-site division of Virginia Women's Center, offers state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment of female urology issues, from incontinence to chronic infections. Visit the Urogynecology section to learn more.
At Virginia Women’s Center, we think maternal-fetal medicine is so important that we have three specialists on staff. Drs. Troyer, Love and DeMay see patients for high-risk pregnancy, prenatal diagnosis and advanced ultrasound diagnosis. Our ultrasound suites are AIUM accredited. Visit the High-risk Obstetrics section to learn more.
Our genetic counselor works with mothers and couples to explain the array of prenatal testing options available and helps to interpret test results. Our genetic counselor works closely with our maternal-fetal medicine specialists and obstetricians. In addition, we have several health care providers who are trained to perform BRAC and COLARIS testing. These testing options determine whether an individual has certain hereditary gene mutations that would increase her risk of having certain cancers.
All of our on-site ultrasound suites are AIUM accredited.
At Virginia Women's Center, our physicians are able to perform some surgical procedures in the comfort of our offices. To learn more about the types of procedures that can be performed in the office, visit the in-office procedures section.
The Virginia Women’s Center mammography suites at Henrico Doctors' Forest Medical Plaza, Mechanicsville and John Rolfe Commons are digital screening facilities. We see patients for annual screening mammograms. The radiologists and breast imagers at The Ellen Shaw de Paredes Institute for Women's Imaging will handle imaging interpretation for all Virginia Women’s Center patients. Your mammogram will always be performed by a registered mammography technologist. Visit the Mammography section for more information.
Bone density testing is an important aspect of preventing osteoporosis. We use a technology called Dual-energy Absorptiometry - or DXA - to measure bone mineral content and density of specific bone sites most susceptible to fracture. Visit the Bone Health section for more information.
Our onsite counselors are available to help with the challenges of depression, stress management, anxiety, eating disorders, postpartum depression, parenting, perimenopause, menopause and more. Visit the Psychology page.
Our nurse practitioners are available to assist women who develop gestational diabetes during pregnancy as well as any patient who may be interested in programs for healthy weight management. Visit the Nutrition section for more information.
Routine blood tests shouldn't require the inconvenience of another stop. Each of our offices has an onsite lab. And you can be assured that your doctor or nurse will call you back with the results in a timely fashion.
Clinical research is a vital aspect of medicine today. Virginia Women's Center patients have a special opportunity to be a part of treatments that shape the treatments of tomorrow while receiving exams, diagnostic tests and physician advice at no cost. Visit Clinical Research Studies.