Women’s health services in Denver

At Presbyterian/St. Luke’s, our doctors understand the essence of being a woman. You can feel confident entrusting your health to one of the top gynecologists, obstetricians or OB/GYNs Denver has to offer. Our services focus on the individual needs of our patients while offering the latest in women's health diagnostics and treatments and breast care.

Comprehensive women's care:

We provide comprehensive women's care for all of your medical needs. These include, but are not limited to:

Services

Conditions and treatments:

  • Bacterial vaginosis
  • Breast cancer
  • Cervical cancer
  • Dermatologic disorders
  • Diabetes and other metabolic disorders
  • Endometriosis
  • Menstrual cycle abnormalities, including irregularities
  • Osteoporosis
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  • Postmenopausal bleeding
  • Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
  • Sexual health
  • Stroke
  • Toxic shock syndrome (TSS)
  • Yeast infection

Breast diagnostic tests

We offer state-of-the-art equipment for your breast examination to ensure we pinpoint the trouble areas. Tests we offer include:

  • Digital mammography
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), with wide-bore tunnel
  • Breast ultrasound
  • PET/CT scanner
  • Digital radiography and fluoroscopy system

Complete breast care

We are able to treat a complete range of breast health services under one roof. Our team can handle and assist with any health concern that you or your family may have. There are on-site medical, radiation and surgical oncologists if you need any surgical services.

Additionally, we offer alternative therapies as a complement to our superb medical treatment. Our counselors help you deal with emotional stresses caused by any health problems and nutritionists to help you achieve a healthful diet. We offer financial counseling and help with transportation when it is needed. Our goal is to help you deal with the impact breast problems can have on all aspects of your life - expertly, efficiently and conveniently.

Gynecology vs. obstetrics

Obstetricians and gynecologists—commonly referred to as OB/GYNs—are often considered as the same medical provider. However, the services associated with obstetrics and gynecology do differ, and they depend on your specific needs.

Gynecology is associated with women’s health services that are not pregnancy -related. These services typically include exams and surgical procedures on reproductive organs.

Obstetricians (OBs) assist pregnant women with their prenatal care. They also assist women with fertility treatments, NICU care and guiding women through their entire pregnancy—from conception to delivery and then the postpartum period.

Neonatal care

Should your baby need extra care, we have an in-house neonatologist who will care for your newborn in our NICU. You and your baby have access to private rooms and personal amenities such as laundry and showers. Mothers receive lactation support, CPR and choking classes and support from our team throughout the entire process.

Childbirth, maternity care and parent education classes

Bringing a new baby into the world can be challenging. New and experienced parents alike can benefit from the wide variety of classes offered at Presbyterian/St. Luke's and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children. From hospital tours and childbirth preparation to breastfeeding and infant safety, we have the information to equip you and your loved ones to prepare for this exciting journey. Call us at (877) 752-2737 to register for any of the classes.

Classes are subject to date and time changes. Classes are subject to cancellation in the event of hazardous weather conditions or if minimum student capacity requirements are not met. For any questions, please call the coordinator at (720) 754-7339.

Should you need to cancel your class registration, please call us at (877) 432-5846 as soon as possible. Notification of your cancellation must be received at least 7 days (not including the class date) prior to the start date of the class. If cancellation or change is requested less than 7 days (not including the class date) prior, you will not receive a refund.