Women’s Health Services

San Ysidro Health offers medical services that focus on women’s health, including annual wellness examinations and support for family planning, maintaining a healthy pregnancy, and staying healthy after giving birth. 

Breast and cervical cancer screenings, mammograms, and specific educational resources for women are also available at San Ysidro Health.

Women’s health services are provided by San Ysidro Health’s experienced gynecologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurse midwives. Pregnant women receive regular health care from an obstetrician or midwife.

San Ysidro Health provides a variety of women’s health services, including:

  • Family planning support
  • Prenatal and perinatal care
  • Nutritional and lifestyle counseling
  • Examinations for problems during pregnancy; stress management during pregnancy; setting of pregnancy goals
  • Lactation education counseling and breastfeeding goals
  • Cancer screening, education, referrals, and treatment support
  • Urinary tract infection and vaginal infection testing and treatment
  • Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) testing and treatment
  • Pelvic exams, help with irregular, painful, bleeding between periods, or no periods as well as menstrual problems (PMS) and pain during or after sex
  • Menopause and midlife education, testing, and treatment
  • Outreach events for mammograms

To make an appointment, click the Make an Appointment button at the top of the page.

Breast Cancer Screening and Education

The best way to fight breast cancer is early detection.

At San Ysidro Health, you can schedule an in-person appointment for a clinical breast exam. Telehealth appointments are also available for patients for breast health education, mammogram referrals, and other support services. You may qualify for free early detection and cancer screenings.


Perinatology, also known as maternal-fetal medicine, offers prenatal consultation and treatment by a perinatologist for women with complicated, high-risk pregnancies, which may sometimes include ultrasonography services. We provide comprehensive ultrasounds via appointments and through referrals made by our OB/GYN providers managing patients’ prenatal care. 

This service is completed at Maternal Child Health Center and can be coordinated through a referral from a primary care provider.

We are taking extra precautions and following current guidelines provided by federal/state/local health officials. All COVID-19 organizational protocols will be followed including: social distancing, temperature checks, wearing masks and exam rooms are thoroughly cleaned.

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