Whether you need gynecology services or you’re pregnant, our OB-GYN doctors are here to support you. Your obstetrics and gynecological care is our top priority, but we also place special emphasis on your overall well-being and are committed to helping women live long, healthy lives.
Our team is trained to provide women with compassionate and expert care. Whether you’re expecting a baby, need a routine exam or have a serious medical issue, our goal is ensuring you receive the best treatment.
To better serve you, UK Women’s Health Obstetrics and Gynecologic care services can be found throughout Kentucky at our various clinic locations.
UK Good Samaritan Medical Office BuildingSuite 140 and Suite 300125 E. Maxwell St.
Lexington KY 40508Fax 859-323-0790
UK HealthCare - GeorgetownLandmark Office Complex202 Bevins Lane
Georgetown KY 40324Fax 502-570-5062
UK Morehead Women's Healthcare555 W. Sun St.
Morehead KY 40351Fax 606-783-0964
UK Polk-Dalton Clinic217 Elm Tree Lane
Lexington KY 40507Fax 859-257-7322
ARH System Center-South Williamson260 Hospital Drive
South Williamson KY 41503
Federal Medical Center3301 Leestown Road
Lexington KY 40511Thursday: 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Highlands Regional Medical Center5000 Ky. Route 321
Prestonsburg KY 41653
Hopewell Medical SuitesSpecialty Clinic Hopewell Medical Complex8 Linville Dr.
Paris KY 40361
Lexington-Fayette County Health Department650 Newtown Pike
Lexington KY 40511
Contact: Roger Amon
Manchester Memorial Hospital210 Marie Langdon Drive
Manchester KY 40962
Middlesboro ARH Hospital3600 W. Cumberland Ave.
Middlesboro KY 40965
Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky101 Town and Country Lane
Hazard KY 41701Fax 606-439-1400
Primary Plus - Ashland2924 Holt St.
Ashland KY 41101Fax 606-326-1372
Primary Plus - VanceburgBuilding C211 KY 59
Vanceburg KY 41179Fax 606-796-3921
Rockcastle Regional Hospital and Respiratory Care Center145 Newcomb Ave.
Mt. Vernon KY 40456
Woodford County Health Department229 N. Main St.
Versailles KY 40383
Contact: Melissa Royce
- Contraceptive management
- Management of abnormal uterine bleeding
- Menopause and osteoporosis
- Minimally invasive surgery
- Pap smears
- Pediatric and adolescent gynecology
- Pelvic relaxation
- Premenstrual syndrome
- Sexually transmitted infections
- Urinary incontinence
- Management of normal pregnancies
- Preconception and pregnancy care
- Download the pre-registration form:
UK Birthing Center Pre-Registration Form (PDF, 512 KB)
- Fill out the form and print it.
- Fax the form to 859-257-7520
You may also pre-register by coming to the triage area on the third floor of the hospital in person.
We recommend you pre-register by the eighth month of your pregnancy. Pre-registration will save you time and help your admission process go more quickly.
When You Are Admitted
When you need to be admitted for the birth of your baby, let the admitting clerks in the triage area located on the third floor of the hospital know that you have already pre-registered.
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Planning for Pregnancy
Plan for pregnancy, childbirth and post-delivery (PDF, 493 KB)
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Getting Ready for Your Baby
View the 2018 Childbirth Education class brochure (PDF, 1 MB) Read about caring for your baby at home (PDF, 110 KB) Download the hospital pre-registration form (PDF, 512 KB)