About the Women’s Center for Bladder & Pelvic Health
The Women’s Center for Bladder & Pelvic Health at Good Samaritan Hospital is changing the way women manage two uncomfortable, and sometimes embarrassing, medical problems:
- Lack of bladder control (urinary incontinence)
- Slippage of the bladder, uterus or cervix (pelvic organ prolapse)
- Painful bladder syndrome
Over a lifetime, 3 out of 4 women report some degree of urinary leakage. One out of three may experience pelvic organ prolapse. As common as these conditions are, women often don’t talk about them―even to their doctors―until the situation is so serious they simply have no choice. But there’s no need for these women to suffer in silence.
The Good Samaritan Hospital Women’s Center for Bladder & Pelvic Health makes it easy for women to seek care in a supportive, professional, comfortable setting.
Lifestages at Samaritan Centers for Women is nationally recognized for clinical excellence, technological innovation, and a comprehensive approach to health care for women of all ages.
The Center is led by William J. Rush, M.D. and offers:
- Physicians, nurses, and technicians with advanced training in women’s bladder and pelvic health
- A multidisciplinary approach including physical therapy and nutrition counseling
- The latest diagnostic technology
- Multiple treatment options
If you are experiencing bladder control problems or pelvic discomfort, call for an appointment or ask your physician to refer you for an evaluation at the Good Samaritan Hospital Women’s Center for Bladder & Pelvic Health.
Telephone: 1-877-GSH– Well
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