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Don't Delay Women's Care

Getting your regular health screenings – now and always – can help prevent illness or catch it early. Breast screenings, gynecologic exams, and depending on your family history, heart tests, are simple ways to keep you healthy.

At Johns Hopkins Medicine, we have many added safety measures to make sure your next visit is safe. Scheduling an in-person or video appointment is easy for new and existing patients.

Women: Don't Delay Care

Your Wellness Checklist

  1. Women's preventive care timeline - see what's recommended for you.

  2. Mammograms and annual exams - know what you and your family shouldn't skip.

  3. Heart symptoms and conditions - get immediate care.

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Schedule Your Appointment Today

New and Existing Patients: You can schedule an in-person visit or a video appointment through telemedicine.


Visit one of the websites to see all locations, or call one of the numbers below:

Existing patients may also request an appointment through MyChart.

We're here, we're safe, and we'll take good care of you."

Charles Lowenstein, M.D.
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