Your time is valuable. With more than 50 hospital and care locations, we make it easy for you to get high-level individualized care right where you live and work.
You can feel confident about the care you receive at AHN. We know that women’s health issues manifest differently than men’s, and we tailor our prevention and treatment with a woman’s needs in mind.
Families choose us for one-on-one care, family-centered birthing suites, and advanced level III and level II neonatal intensive care units (NICU).
Our gynecologists are renowned for caring for women of all ages, including women’s pelvic health issues and expertise in minimally invasive gynecological surgeries.
AHN has deep expertise in treating mood disorders in women, offering one of the few intensive outpatient programs for moms struggling with depression or anxiety.
From immunizations to check-ups, our more than 50 women’s care and 120 primary care locations focus on preventive medicine to help you enjoy a longer life.
Women’s heart problems differ from men’s, so we collaborate with AHN Cardiovascular Institute researchers to tailor treatments to your individual.
Our cancer specialists lead one of the world’s largest programs focused on breast cancer clinical trials. We work with you to find the most effective treatment for you.
AHN West Penn is Pittsburgh’s highest-rated hospital for obstetrics and gynecology.
Mammograms are recommended for all women over the age of 40.* Call to schedule yours or use our online scheduling tool in the Pittsburgh or Erie regions.
If you’re pregnant or a new mom struggling with a substance use disorder, discover a safe space to get the care and support you need.
AHN offers a wide range of women’s health classes on topics such as childbirth, breastfeeding, and baby CPR.
Call weekdays from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM (closed weekends and holidays).
We are always researching new ways to prevent, detect, and treat disease. Find specialists for your patient and educational opportunities for you.
Great news: Annual mammogram screenings are covered by most health plans. However, it must be 12 months since your previous mammogram before you can schedule again. Contact your insurance provider for details.