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Women's Health Specialty Care

As part of our commitment to women's health, Women's Health Specialty Care participates in clinical research studies. We are currently enrolling in studies for patients with interstitial cystitis, bladder pain, and bladder dysfunction from spinal cord injuries or Multiple Sclerosis. Trials for overactive bladder with urinary incontinence and stress urinary incontinence will be enrolling soon. If you are interested in participating in Clinical Research please contact Madeline Vazquez, the Clinical Research Coordinator for Women’s Health Specialty Care at 860-678-7300 extension 5.

To request a list of participating practice locations near you or for more information on a certain study, please email Barbara Hunt and reference the specific study you are interested in. Be sure to check back occasionally as our list of active studies is frequently revised.

 

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ObGyn Preference Poll

Choosing an ObGyn is a personal process. Your provider will care for your reproductive health through each stage of your life.  Over time, a strong relationship will build as they learn the nuances of your medical history. After narrowing down the list based on criteria such as location, hospital affiliation, and billing/insurance, we often turn to others for guidance. Tell us what you look for when selecting an ObGyn.

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