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OB/GYN near Overland Park and Shawnee Mission
Providing women with the personal attention they deserve
At Women’s Care we provide the highest level of care through our skilled health care professionals and state of the art technologies. As a leading OB/GYN medical practice for Overland Park and Shawnee Mission KS, we pride ourselves on providing the highest level of personal and professional care to our patients. We deliver hundreds of babies every year and perform a full spectrum of gynecologic procedures.
Our dedicated team of OBGYN doctors and nurse practitioners work as a cohesive group to provide excellent individualized care for our patients. Furthermore, they are supported by a competent and caring office staff to provide you with a pleasant experience. As obstetrician-gynecologists in Johnson County, we have extensive experience and are board certified with the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Whether you are looking for routine women’s care, care during pregnancy, or have a gynecologic condition in need of medical management or surgery, we can work with you to answer any questions and come up with a plan to meet your needs. Finally, our gynecologists are specially trained in minimally invasive gynecologic procedures such as da Vinci® Surgery in addition to providing the full range of obstetrics and gynecology care.
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