Women's Health

Related Terms: Maternity, Childbirth, Breastfeeding, Lactation, Mommywise, Obstetrics, OB/GYN, Gynecology

Providence Tarzana Medical Center is committed to caring for women throughout their life, providing healthcare, wellness, education and support to meet their unique medical needs. With this in mind, Providence Tarzana Women's Health Services was established as a healthcare resource for women in the San Fernando Valley, where our intensively-trained, experienced team of health care professionals deliver the highest quality care.

Providence Tarzana Women's Health has consistently ranked in the top five percent in the nation for Maternity Care Excellence and Women’s Healthcare Excellence.

Our Women's Health team members partner with each patient empowering her to take control of her health through wellness programs, exams, and education. If illnesses or conditions do arise, we are able to blend medical expertise with the latest technology and treatments as they affect women's health specifically. We focus on providing comprehensive, compassionate care for women in one location.

Early Detection Saves Lives

Largely due to early detection and treatment, deaths from breast cancer have been on the decline since the 1990s. When breast cancer is caught in its most early stages it is most curable. 

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Offering Hope for Women with Incontinence

Over the past 10 years, many advancements have been made in the treatment of incontinence, offering solutions to women who suffer from the condition. 

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  • Ariana knew something was wrong when she could not feel the baby kicking

    Ariana West was having a perfectly normal pregnancy, and she and her husband, Kevin, had just started birthing classes to prepare for the delivery of their first child at Providence Tarzana Medical Center. But 31 weeks into her pregnancy, Ariana knew something was wrong when she couldn’t feel the baby kicking. Read more
  • Offering Hope for Women with Incontinence

    Urinary incontinence affects 15 percent to 50 percent of women of all ages. It can severely affect a woman’s quality of life, preventing her from enjoying activities with family and friends. “When patients come to my office, my goal is to get them completely dry,” says Jennifer Mehdizadeh, M.D., a urologist at Providence Tarzana Medical Center. Read more
  • Early Detection Saves Lives

    At Providence Tarzana’s Women’s Center, we offer the most advanced diagnostic technology available, including digital mammography, which offers numerous advantages over traditional mammography. Read more
  • Ariana knew something was wrong when she could not feel the baby kicking

    Ariana West was having a perfectly normal pregnancy, and she and her husband, Kevin, had just started birthing classes to prepare for the delivery of their first child at Providence Tarzana Medical Center. But 31 weeks into her pregnancy, Ariana knew something was wrong when she couldn’t feel the baby kicking. Read more
  • Offering Hope for Women with Incontinence

    Urinary incontinence affects 15 percent to 50 percent of women of all ages. It can severely affect a woman’s quality of life, preventing her from enjoying activities with family and friends. “When patients come to my office, my goal is to get them completely dry,” says Jennifer Mehdizadeh, M.D., a urologist at Providence Tarzana Medical Center. Read more
  • Early Detection Saves Lives

    At Providence Tarzana’s Women’s Center, we offer the most advanced diagnostic technology available, including digital mammography, which offers numerous advantages over traditional mammography. Read more