Women's & Children's Health Services
Patient-centered Care for Every Stage of Life
Women have unique health care needs at each stage of life – from having babies to living with chronic illness to dealing with the changes menopause brings. Women’s and Children’s Health Services at Providence Regional Medical Center offers you wide-ranging, award-winning care, including a comprehensive breast center, family maternity center and heart and vascular center. And, there’s no need to travel far. The best women’s care is right here, close to home.
Our classes cover a wide range of topics – from pregnancy to parenting teens. Classes are taught by certified childbirth educators and offered at convenient times.
Our breast center is located in the Pavilion for Women and Children at 900 Pacific Avenue in Everett. It’s the largest facility of its kind in the area and offers services ranging from screening and diagnosis to risk assessment and education for women newly diagnosed with breast cancer.
We love babies – and it shows. Nearly 4000 women chose to have their babies at Providence last year. That makes us one of the largest regional referral centers in the state.
Having trouble breastfeeding or just want to learn more? Registered nurses from Providence are available seven days a week to help you.
We offer specialized services for high-risk pregnancies, pregnancy complications or abnormal ultrasound findings.
Interested in donating breast milk to feed sick and fragile infants? Learn more at the Providence Mother’s Milk Depot.
We partner with Children’s Hospital in Seattle to care for fragile newborns in our Level III Newborn Intensive Care Unit.
Our walk-in wellness center located in the Pavilion for Women and Children provides books, brochures, online access, videos and retail products.
Our pediatrics department is staffed 24/7 by pediatric hospitalists, board-certified pediatricians who specialize in caring for hospitalized children from birth to age 17.
We offer moms and babies resources to make sure they’re healthy and thriving after settling in at home.
We serve children born with conditions that affect growth and development – as well kids facing problems stemming from illness or injury – in one of the largest neuromuscular diagnostic treatment centers in the state.