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Healthcare
designed for women.

ABOUT MS.MEDICINE

We’re Glad You Landed Here

Ms.Medicine is a national practice model of women’s health trained providers. We’re changing the healthcare landscape through innovation of how women’s primary and specialty care is delivered. For our patients, we raise the standard of care and address the unmet medical needs of women. These neglected health needs cover a range of services including menopause, sexual health, breast cancer risk, heart health, bone health, genetics and nutrition.

Women have unique needs and healthcare isn’t a one-size fits all.

Get to know Ms.Medicine

Ms.Medicine practices are led by women’s health trained primary care providers, including internal medicine, family medicine, gynecology, and women’s health nurse practitioners. Our providers understand and care for the unique and often complex needs of women.

Ms.Medicine concierge practices bring patients comprehensive women’s specific care. This means we not only have clinical expertise across specialties, but we understand your specific physical and emotional needs and set the standard for exceptional, evidence-based women’s healthcare.

We Take Care of Your Whole Self

As your healthcare partner, we treat you as a whole person – and focus not only on diagnosis and treatment but preventive approaches, wellness options and the management of health conditions specific to you. Our expertise covers contraception, peri and post menopause, breast cancer risk assessment, sexual health and pelvic floor conditions, heart health, weight management, bone health, cancer survivorship, genetics, headache, sleep and nutrition. These are all critical factors that play a part in the overall health and well-being of those we serve.

Mission, Vision & Values

Mission
To improve and promote the health of women through comprehensive, longitudinal care.

Vision
To raise the standard of care for women.

Values
Patients, Integrity, Respect, Collaboration

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From the Blog

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Nearly 30% of women suffer from pelvic floor disorders, which are very common and often treatable. Women shouldn’t feel that they have to live with #pelvicfloor issues. If you’re suffering with one, chat with your doctor about treatment options to improve your quality of life.

We need gender parity in the #workplace but also in #healthcare. #womenshealth issues are neglected especially in the primary care setting. We plan to change that. Join us on our journey. ⁦@cshufeltMD⁩ ⁦@DrMarla⁩ ⁦@DrJewelKling⁩ ⁦@mariashriver⁩