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The Women’s Health Department at Jackson-Hinds provides a wide range of ob/gyn services related to your obstetric and/or gynecologic healthcare needs. Our offices are equipped with ultrasound equipment for convenient in-office examinations. Additionally, we have the capability of performing minor ambulatory surgical procedures in the office. Should your treatment involve a major surgical procedure requiring hospitalization, our experienced staff stands ready to assist you with any arrangements needed to be made prior to your hospitalization.


Our Departments Mission

Our mission is to provide exceptional, personalized women’s health care in a warm and welcoming environment, to incorporate modern technology in our practice and to be at the forefront of knowledge in our field.


Women’s Health Services

    • Hysteroscopy

    • Novasure Ablation

    • Thermachoice Ablation

    • Urodynamics Studies

      • Saline Ultrasounds  

      • Our gynecologic services include:

      • Comprehensive well-woman exams

      • Abnormal pap smear evaluation and treatment (including colposcopy and Leep)

      • Abnormal uterine bleeding, including alternatives to hysterectomy

      • Pelvic pain and endometriosis evaluation and treatment

      • Evaluation and management of menopausal issues

      • Premenstrual syndrome evaluation and treatment

      • Uterine fibroids, evaluation and treatment

      • Ovarian masses, tumors and cysts

      • STD screening, counseling and treatment

      • HPV vaccines (Gardasil)

      • Comprehensive contraceptive counseling and management

      • Hysteroscopy, diagnostic and operative

      • Laparoscopy, diagnostic and operative

      • Permanent sterilization, The Essure Procedure and laparoscopic tubal ligation

What to expect during your Women’s Health visit:

You should have your first gynecologic exam by the time you’re 15 years old. You may want to take your mom to your first visit for moral support, and to help answer the doctor’s questions about your family health history and the vaccines you’ve had. It’s your personal choice whether you’d rather see a woman or man gynecologist. The most important thing is that you feel comfortable with and trust the person.


You don’t really need to do anything before a visit or exam. But you might want to write down when your periods started, when your last period was, and how often you have them. You could also write down questions so you don’t forget them. There really is no question that is too strange. “We’re pretty impossible to shock,” says Melisa Holmes, MD, who co-wrote Girlology Hang-Ups, Hook-Ups, and Holding Out: Stuff You Need to Know About Your Body, Sex, & Dating.


What to bring to your Women’s Health visit:

On the day of your visit, bring your insurance card and cardholder information, photo identification and payment for your co-pay. Make a list of medications and supplements you are currently taking (including doses and frequency) and bring it with you. Develop a list of questions and any symptoms that you have (including where they are, how long they last, and what aggravates or relieves them) and share it with your doctor or nurse practitioner.


Women’s Health Director: Dr. Nobel Attipoe


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