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Johns Hopkins Women's Health Center

Introducing the Johns Hopkins Women’s Health Center. Most women are the caregivers in their families, taking care of children, aging parents and other family members who need help. At Sibley, we’re creating a Center to take care of you in a convenient and personalized setting, helping you maximize your time and connect with the services you need.

As part of Johns Hopkins Medicine, we offer access to world-renowned physicians and a new health experience for women where you will benefit from–high-quality, convenient health care delivered by a care team that is connected.

High Quality Care by Johns Hopkins Physicians

Building on our longstanding and trusted relationship with the women in our community, this new Center will make it even easier for you to receive the care you need, when you need it, all on Sibley’s campus. From preventive and primary care to chronic disease management and acute surgical care, the Women’s Health Center will provide an integrated and comprehensive health care experience for women of all ages. 

Services include primary care, mammograms and breast health, nutrition and dietetics, weight loss and bariatrics, dermatology, endocrinology, oncology care and integrative medicine. Care coordinators will be available to help you navigate the range of Sibley services to find the care that meets your needs. They also will help you identify screening and support services that could supplement that care. 

Compassionate Care You Can Trust

Women know that when they come to Sibley, they will receive not only clinical excellence, but also the warm and compassionate care that is Sibley’s hallmark.   Many of Sibley’s current women’s health care providers will be part of the Women’s Health Center, meaning that the same high-quality care you’ve have come to expect from Sibley will be the foundation of the Women’s Health Center. 

Focusing on Your Needs

The opening of the Johns Hopkins Women’s Health Center is just the beginning. As the Women’s Health Center evolves, it will expand to offer networks for patient education and empowerment, providing you with a trusted place to go for peer-to-peer support and expert guidance on health status and treatment options. New services and specialists will be added over time.

Because of the Center’s unique position as part of Johns Hopkins Medicine, it will grow to include a focus on clinical research, enhanced by academic collaborations with experts across the Johns Hopkins network.