Unrivaled devotion to women.
No matter your age or what stage you are in life, Women's Health Connecticut is ready to provide you with the ObGyn care and compassionate support you need, the way you want it to be. Our expert physicians and clinicians are committed to addressing all of the unique needs you may have and work collaboratively to provide coordinated, comprehensive care.
Women's Health Connecticut is the largest ObGyn physician practice in the region, and the most focused. Our more than 250 providers and 90 locations in Connecticut and Massachusetts are solely devoted to women, making the high-quality ObGyn care you deserve as simple and accessible as possible.
Whenever you’re ready, you’ll find impeccable care.
- More than 200 women's health physicians, all board certified or board eligible and committed to compassionate care
- More than 40 additional clinicians to meet specific needs, including certified nurse midwives, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and advanced practice registered nurses
- More than 90 locations throughout Connecticut and central Massachusetts to improve your access to quality care
- Modern technologies at all practices, including Electronic Medical Records for improved information accuracy and more coordinated care
Established to deliver quality care.
Founded in 1997, Women’s Health Connecticut is a network of exemplary providers, who have an unrivaled devotion to women. Together, we focus strictly on women’s health, providing the women of Connecticut and central Massachusetts access to the most skilled ObGyns and a consistent level of compassionate care across all of our locations. Since our founding we have not only grown to be the largest single-specialty practice in Connecticut, but have also become one of the largest and most successful women’s health groups in the nation.
Women’s Health Connecticut is a division of Women’s Health USA (WHUSA), a Management Service Organization that brings providers together in a structure similar to an independent practice association (IPA), allowing them to benefit from collective business programs. The driving mission of WHUSA is to provide the best quality and value in health care to patients, while at the same time supporting and enhancing the role of independent physicians. For more information, call (860) 678-3400.
Physicians: Join a network solely devoted to women’s health.
Care is at its best when you are at your best—allowed to focus on your patients and their specific health needs. Women's Health Connecticut is a firm believer of strengthening these unique physician-patient relationships, doing all we can through the network to streamline the business of practicing medicine so that our providers can focus on delivering the best clinical care.
For more information, call (860) 678-3400.
Richard S. Ruben, MD
Chairman Of The Board
President and Chief Executive Officer
Matthew L. Saidel, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Daniel Welling, MD
Medical Director, EMR
Keith J. Falter, MD
Tracy Brennan, MD
Chief Financial Officer
Senior Vice President, Clinical Operations and Ancillary Services
Senior Vice President, Brand Development and Marketing
Vice President, Managed Care Contracting and Lab Services
Vice President, Information Technology
Ceremony Held for Physician of the Year Award Winner Dr. Cynthia McCraven
MidState Medical Center recently held a ceremony for the 2018 Physician of the Year, Cynthia McCraven, MD, FACOG of the Women’s Center of Southern New England, a Women’s Health Connecticut practice. This award selects a physician each year that is an...
Worcester-Based ObGyn Group Partners with Women's Health Connecticut
Avon, Connecticut, January 6, 2020 – Physicians for Women’s Health, doing business as Women’s Health Connecticut (WHC), one of the nation’s largest and most successful single-specialty physician networks, announced today that it will enter into partn...
Women's Health President Nancy Bernstein Highlighted by Hartford Business Journal
Nancy Bernstein, the President and Chief Operating Officer of Women’s Health USA; and President and CEO of Women's Health Connecticut, was highlighted in a stand-alone piece by the Hartford Business Journal as a 2019 Women in Business Award winner.Na...
Dr. Matthew Saidel Quoted on the Importance of Individualized Menopause Care
Women’s Health Connecticut Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Matthew Saidel, was recently mentioned in the Registered Citizen, in an article about approaching menopausal care. While considered a natural phase of life for women, menopause can be an overwhelm...
Women’s Health Connecticut Physician Highlighted for Medical Mission Efforts
West Hartford Life recently highlighted Women’s Health Connecticut ObGyn Dr. Michael Bourque and his life-changing experience that began with a surgical mission in the Dominican Republic in its May issue. As a member of the team at Woodland Women's H...
CCADV Progresses in Efforts to Increase Domestic Violence Screening by Health Professionals
September 21, 2017 Hartford, CT - Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV) has released a report detailing its latest efforts to expand the number and type of healthcare providers being trained on and screening patients for intimate pa...
Dr. Matthew Saidel Speaks About Miscarriages on Local WNPR Show
Women’s Health Connecticut Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Matthew Saidel sat down with WNPR’s Lucy Nalpathanchil, host of the Where We Live radio talk show, to discuss the societal stigma surrounding miscarriage. Dr. Saidel spoke about why miscarriages h...
Women's Health President Nancy Bernstein Receives IWFCT Honor
Congratulations to Nancy Bernstein, President and COO of Women’s Health USA; and President and CEO of Women’s Health Connecticut for receiving the 2019 International Women’s Forum of Connecticut (IWFCT) Leadership Award. Each year, the Leadership Awa...
Women’s Health Connecticut Applauds Landmark US Legislation Passed to Reduce Maternal Death Rate
Just before the new year, an important piece of legislation was signed by the President, the Preventing Maternal Deaths Act. Formally titled H.R. 1318, the “Preventing Maternal Deaths Act of 2017-2018,” updates and expands the Centers for Disease Con...
Women’s Health Connecticut Chief Medical Officer Discusses Childbirth Safety
Dr. Matthew Saidel, Chief Medical Officer of Women’s Health Connecticut, was a featured guest on local news talk radio show Healthcare Matters on WTIC 1080. He discussed what hospitals are doing across the nation to ensure the safety of mothers durin...
Women's Health Connecticut Physicians Receive 2019 Best Doctors Recognition
We proudly congratulate the physicians honored as Connecticut’s Best Doctors of 2019 by Connecticut Magazine. This annual list contains doctors nominated by their peers as the practitioner they would send a loved one to for expert medical care across...
Women’s Health Connecticut Stands with Top Physician Organizations Against Political Intervention in Care
Recently approved legislation modifying state laws around certain types of medical care and procedures has raised prominent conversation about federal access to treatment. Notably, a bill passed by the Alabama Senate holds physicians liable for condu...
Work With Us
Women’s Health Connecticut partners with management services organization Women’s Health USA to bring Connecticut ObGyn physicians together in a group practice structure to help manage their business effectively and efficiently. Thanks to this partnership, they can spend less time on business issues and more time caring for patients.
The driving mission of both Women's Health Connecticut and Women's Health USA is to provide the best quality health care to patients while protecting, supporting, and enhancing the role of independent physicians. It takes a strong group of employees across multiple disciplines to make this happen.
Join our talented team! To learn more about open positions, visit our Careers Page.