Sharing Expertise. Advancing Women's Health Care.

Johns Hopkins Medicine and Allegheny Health Network Women's Health Program

The Johns Hopkins Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics and the Allegheny Health Network (AHN) of Pennsylvania have established a new research collaboration. This program creates formalized pathways for our experts to work together to deliver innovative and coordinated gynecologic and obstetric health care. One of the largest single-site research initiatives around women’s health in the country, this collaboration solidifies our long-standing partnership and shared commitment to women’s health.

For Referring Providers

If you are an AHN provider caring for a patient with a complex diagnosis, speak with our specialists to learn how we can partner to deliver comprehensive care.

By Email

Contact a member of our team at [email protected] with any questions you may have about the referral process.

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By Phone

Urgent question? Call us at 1-844-JHM-GOWH (1-844-546-4694) and a member of our team will be available to help you.

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Collaboration at a Glance

Partnering to deliver coordinated patient care

Establishes a formalized pathway for referrals and second opinions within subspecialties.

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Advancing gynecologic care through research

Creates opportunities to propose research studies and participate in clinical trials.

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Educating the next generation of gynecologic leaders

Provides interdisciplinary care conferences and shared learning opportunities.

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Meet Our Specialists

Building relationships across systems is key to delivering outstanding patient care. Learn more about the Johns Hopkins Medicine team who specialize in treating rare and complex gynecologic conditions.

We are creating a community of collaborators who are operationally integrated and programmatically focused on raising the standards of excellence in patient care, research and education to benefit women of all ages, throughout each stage of life.

Andrew Satin, Director of Gynecology and Obstetrics at Johns Hopkins Medicine
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