Women’s Health provides routine, preventive health services such as annual gynecologic wellness exams, pap tests, contraception consults and screenings for sexually transmitted infections. Our Board Certified OB/GYN physician and Advanced Practice Registered Nurses can also diagnose and treat common gynecologic problems. Care is provided in a comfortable, private environment and is tailored to your specific needs and concerns.
To Schedule an Appointment
Schedule your appointment by phone at (404) 894-1434 OR through the Patient Portal (a limited number of ROUTINE appointments available online). If you are a NEW PATIENT or a SPOUSE, please schedule by phone only.
Our Women’s Health Clinicians offer consultations regarding a variety of health topics:
- Breast Health
- Contraception (birth control)
- Eating Disorders
- Exercise and Nutrition (general information)
- Pregnancy – preconception planning and options counseling
- Preventing Vaginal Infections
- Sexual Assault
- Sexual Health and sexuality
- Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Prevention and Testing
- Other Topics
We also offer Group Presentations/Question and Answer sessions as schedules permit.
For more information, or to schedule a consultation, please call Women’s Health at 404.894.1434.
LGBTQIA Services at Women’s Health Clinic
- Our Women’s Health staff is trained to assist in addressing healthcare concerns for transgender, gender variant and intersex students. Our staff will work with you to ensure that you are scheduled with the provider and clinic best suited to your needs and personal preferences.
- You can update your medical record with a chosen name and you have the option of selecting the pronouns that you use. Stamps Health Services also provides gender neutral restrooms.
- Appointments may be scheduled in person or through the main appointment line at 404.894.1434.
- More information on LGBTQIA Care at Stamps Health Services is available here.
Regardless of your gender identity,
- If you have a concern regarding the vagina, uterus or related sex organs, you can schedule an appointment in Women’s Health.
- If you have general health issues, such as sore throat, injury, headache, cough or rash your needs are best addressed in the Primary Care Clinic.
- The Primary Care Clinic is also best to evaluate concerns involving the penis, testicles or related sex organs. Information on men’s health services can be found here.