Pregnancy is a wondrous time filled with hopes, dreams, and love. It can also be a time of anxiety if complications interrupt all the positive vibes. Every woman needs to be aware of what problems can occur throughout those nine months. Just as important is to know how to deal with pregnancy complications including causes, symptoms, and care. » Read more about: Pregnancy Complications: Causes, Symptoms, and Care »
Associates in Womens Health will be moving this September into a new building. This new facility will help us continue to serve you, while providing a better facility for a positive patient experience.
New Office Opens September 18th, 2023
We will be closed for moving September 14-15, 2023
Associates in Womens Health, L.L.C.
Pacific Springs Center II
16910 Marcy Street, Suite 200
Omaha, NE 68118
(402) 697-7200 » Read more about: We’re on the Move! New Office This Fall »
If you must have surgery, would you prefer one with more damage to your body or less? How about a surgery with more pain or less, a longer hospital stay or a shorter one, and a surgery with the possibility of multiple complications or one which delivers fewer complications? We think we know the answer. Fortunately, there are more and more surgical procedures available that offer a minimally invasive alternative. What are the benefits of minimally invasive surgery? » Read more about: What Are The Benefits Of Minimally Invasive Surgery? »
Maximizing your health insurance benefits before the end of the year should be a priority for you and your family. Don’t give up extra benefits just because you are busy or have forgotten about these perks. Now is exactly the time to review what you are still entitled to. » Read more about: Maximizing Your Health Insurance Benefits Before The End Of The Year »
These days we hear about super foods for this and super foods for that. There is one group of super foods you shouldn’t ignore though, and those are designated for expectant moms. » Read more about: 13 Super Foods for Expectant Mothers »
Cervical cancer was once one of the most common cancers affecting women. In past years, medical researchers have reported a significant decrease in incidences of cervical cancer, which has been attributed to increase in regular Pap tests being performed. Pap tests are a crucial part of preventing cervical cancer since they can detect precancerous lesions and abnormal cell growth before cancer develops.
Most cervical cancer cases are related to the human papillomavirus (HPV). This sexually transmitted infection can influence the development of cervical cancer as it aids in the abnormal growth of cervical cells. » Read more about: 3 Types of Cervical Cancer and What You Should Know About Them »
2017 Office Holiday Closings:
Monday, May 29, 2017 – closed all day
Tuesday, July 4, 2017 – closed all day
Monday, September 4, 2017 – closed all day
Thursday, November 23, 2017 – closed all day
Friday, November 24, 2017 – closed all day
Monday, December 25, 2017 – closed all day
Monday, January 1, 2018 – closed all day
During these times, patients can still access our patient portal and someone from our office will respond as soon as possible. » Read more about: 2017 Office Holiday Closings »
We will be closed on Tuesday, January 17th, due to the weather conditions. We apologize for the inconvenience. » Read more about: Office Closed 1/17 Due To Weather Conditions »
Here’s our office closing schedule for the holidays. We hope our patients have a wonderful holiday season!
Thursday, November 24 – Closed
Friday, November 25 – Closed
Monday, December 26 – Closed
Monday, January 2, 2017 – Closed
Patients can still access our patient portal and someone from our office will respond as soon as possible.
» Read more about: Holiday Office Closings 2016 »
It’s the beginning of flu season, and in order to avoid a high fever, severe aches and a nasty cough, a flu shot could help patients lessen their symptoms or avoid them all together. Since the flu virus is always evolving, scientists are making important changes to how the vaccine is made. » Read more about: Flu Shots for 2016/17 – What has Changed? »