Women's Health Specialty Care

Farmington (Main Office)
499 Farmington Avenue, Suite 220
Farmington, CT 06032

P: (860) 678-7300

F: (860) 677-2693

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What patients are saying.

Dr. Peters-Gee is fabulous! She explains everything both verbally and with drawings. she makes you feel very comfortable.

Dr. Regan is patient, attentive, and listens to concerns and questions. She is very respectful, warm, and very professional.

Dr. Regan is not only highly medically competent, but also pleasant and personable. She inspires the patient's confidence in her medical abilities and her caring for the patient.

Dr. Regan spends time listening to my questions and concerns. She is an excellent provider who is also kind and considerate. That combination is hard to find today.

I was there for a routine checkup but felt that everyone in the practice did a good job of adhering to guidelines for COVID-19. The atmosphere is one that made me feel very comfortable.

Dr. Peters-Gee is my favorite doctor. She is an excellent listener, and spends as much time as needed with you. She explains things very clearly, and she is simply a wonderful human being!

Providers at this practice.

Specialty Services

Urology and Beyond

At Women's Health Specialty Care we offer preventative, diagnostic, and acute urologic care for all patients, primarily focusing on female urology. This is a list of services and areas of treatment we offer:

Continence Care
Biofeedback for Pelvic Pain
Botox injections for voiding dysfunction
Evaluation and Management of Interstitial Cystitis
Evaluation and Treatment of Cystitis, Vaginitis
Evaluation and Treatment of Kidney Stones
Evaluation and Treatment of Neurogenic Bladders
Evaluation of Blood in Urine
Management of Urinary Tract Infections
Minimally Invasive Surgery for Incontinence
Nutritional Counseling and Supplements
Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
Pelvic Muscle Rehabilitation for Incontinence
Stress Urinary Incontinence
Treatment for Female Sexual Dysfunction
Urodynamic Testing of Bladder Function
Urologic Care
Voiding Dysfunction

We believe that every patient is an individual with their own unique case. Treatment is not necessarily limited to the procedures listed below:

In Office Procedures:

Urodynamic Testing

Minimally Invasive Surgeries:

Durasphere / Coaptite injections

Nurse Treatments:

DMSO for Interstitial Cystitis
Moldwin Cocktails


What is FemiLift?

A non-surgical, painless 15-minute office procedure utilizing a CO2 fractional Laser Pixel technology delivered into the vagina via a vaginal-shaped probe. The procedure consists of 3 treatments over 12 weeks, with a “touchup” one year later. What makes this laser different than any other on the market is the use of disposable sleeves. This ensures better cleanliness and reduced risk of any contamination. Also the FemiLift is the only laser on the market to have multiple sized vaginal probes.

How does FemiLift work?

FemiLift works via pulses of laser energy into the collagen layer of the vaginal mucosa,  The laser generator produces safe pulses of patterned pixel-screen laser energy delivered via a tube-shaped intra-vaginal device. These pulses generate laser beams in a grid less than ½ mm apart and 0.6 mm deep via a microscopic laser-produced opening at intervals of several millimeters into the collagen under the dermis (the layer just underneath the vaginal skin). By altering and rearranging collagen fibers, enabling the formation of elastin and better collagen formation, FemiLift can provide reversal of the atrophic effects of aging on the vaginal walls, improving thickness, lubrication, and decreasing pain with intercourse.

Who is a good candidate for this procedure?

Patients experiencing vaginal dryness

Postmenopausal females with symptoms of itching, burning, and thinned vaginal tissue

Breast cancer patients who cannot use estrogen therapy

Patients experiencing pain with sexual intercourse, patients with decreased lubrication

Lichen Sclerosis, often accompanied by itching on the outside of the vagina

Frequently asked questions about this practice.

Your Visit

Schedule an Appointment

Our goal is to always provide prompt and courteous service. Please call (860) 678-7300 to schedule an appointment, or use our form to request an appointment online

At your initial visit, you will be asked to present your insurance card, photo ID, any necessary co-payments and to complete new patient paperwork. To save time during your first appointment, you may download and complete our new patient paperwork ahead of time.

To Cancel or Reschedule

If you are unable to keep an appointment, we ask that you cancel/reschedule your appointment within 24 hours of your scheduled appointment time. Women’s Health Specialty Care charges a $45.00 No Show Fee to all patients that fail to cancel/reschedule within 24 hours of their scheduled appointment time. We appreciate your cooperation.


Insurance Plan Participation

At Women's Health Specialty Care we participate in many managed care plans and see patients with government as well as traditional insurance. Some insurance plans may require that you obtain a referral from your regular doctor before your visit with us. To find out if a particular physician or clinician participates with your plan, please contact our office or your insurance company.

We participate with the following major plans:

  • Aetna
  • Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield / Wellpoint
  • CIGNA Healthcare
  • ConnectiCare
  • First Health / Coventry Health care
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
  • Healthy-CT
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Multiplan / PHCS / Emblem Healthcare
  • Northeast Health Direct / Consumer Health Network PPO / ChoiceCare Humana
  • Oxford Health Plan
  • Tricare
  • United Healthcare
  • Wellcare

Women's Health Connecticut participates in the following CT Health Insurance Exchange health plans:

  • Anthem
  • ConnectiCare
  • Healthy-CT
  • United Healthcare

For more information about these plans, we recommend that you visit accesshealtct.com or call 1-855-805-4325.

Billing and Payments

You are responsible for learning details of your coverage from your insurance plan, including all deductibles, co-payments and/or any referrals that may be required by your insurance company. Your co-payment is expected at the time of service, and payment in full is expected at each visit for services not covered by your insurance. Additionally, if you do not have an insurance card available, and/or our physicians do not participate with your health plan; full payment also is expected at the time of service.

For your convenience, we accept cash, check, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover. All returned checks will be assessed a $25.00 service charge. If you are an existing patient with a balance due, you can also pay your bill online.

If you have any questions regarding billing, please call our central billing office at (800) 889-3333 during regular business hours.

Hospital Affiliations

Hartford Hospital
80 Seymour Street
Hartford, CT 06102
Phone: (860) 545-5000

University Of Connecticut Health Center (UConn)
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030
Phone: (860) 679-2000

Saint Francis Hospital And Medical Center
114 Woodland Street
Hartford, CT 06105
Phone: (860) 714-4000

The Hospital Of Central Connecticut
100 Grand Street
New Britain, CT 06050
Phone: (860) 224-5011

UConn Health Surgery Center
1 Circle Road
Farmington, CT 06030
Phone: (860) 679-7692


For your convenience, Women's Health Specialty Care provides the following forms that you may download, complete and either bring with you to your first visit, mail, or fax to us at (860) 678-0312. Otherwise, the applicable forms will need to be filled out upon arrival at our office. At regular intervals, you will be asked to update this information.

Annual Update Form (PDF)

Anti-Discrimination Policy (PDF) 

Confidential Communications Request (PDF)

Gynecare TVT Fact Sheet (PDF)

Language Services (PDF)

Medical Records Release (PDF)

New Patient Information Form (PDF)

New Patient Welcome Letter (PDF)

Notice of Privacy 2021 (DOC)

Office Financial Policies (PDF)

Registration Form (PDF)

Financial Policy (PDF)