Women’s Health Month offers many UT Health San Antonio provider options

May is Women’s Health Month, a reminder for women to make time for important medical exams and to bring any concerns to the attention of their health provider.

Women who work, go to school or receive training at UT Health San Antonio have many choices for managing their health through UT Health San Antonio providers. The School of Nursing’s Wellness 360 clinic is located in the School of Nursing building, while UT Health Physicians has hundreds of providers accepting appointments at locations throughout San Antonio and in the Hill Country.

Wellness 360

In addition to primary and pediatric care, Wellness 360’s on-campus clinic offers a wide variety of services for women provided by women’s wellness specialist Emily C. Carder, DNP, MSN, WHNP-BC.

Annual screenings, preventive care and total wellbeing services include annual gynecology exams, women’s total wellness, nutrition and exercise, stress management, contraception, sex and sexuality, smoking cessation, alcohol and substance use concerns, depression and other mental health issues, as well as behavioral health.

Dr. Carder is also available to diagnose and treat polycystic ovary syndrome, endometriosis, urinary tract infections, sexually transmitted infections, urinary incontinence and menopause management.

Same-day appointments are often available. Visit Wellness 360 online or call (210) 567-2788 for more information and to make an appointment.

UT Health Physicians

UT Health Physicians offers appointments in almost every women’s health specialty. In addition, UT Health Physicians’ Women’s Comprehensive Health Institute offers all of a woman’s necessary annual exams during a single visit, including internal medicine, dermatology, gynecology and mammography, as well as optometry and dentistry, if requested.

Find the complete list of women’s health specialties available and how to make an appointment at the UT Health Physicians website.


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