NYC Health + Hospitals/Queens provides women with an entire range of obstetrical and gynecological subspecialties for emergency, primary, and preventative inpatient and outpatient activities, in a culturally sensitive environment. The healthcare provided encompasses all processes of the female reproductive system, including the medical and surgical management of disorders, preconception counseling, pregnancy and childbirth, and primary and preventative care.
In addition to the hospital-based outpatient OB-GYN Clinic, there are three satellite clinics, including the Teenage Program (TAP), Communicare/Parsons Medical Center, and Springfield Medical Center. The primary and satellite clinics offer patients both ambulatory obstetrical and gynecological services during the daytime, evening, and weekend hours. Every effort is made for patients who register in the clinic to see the same provider for their gynecologic, prenatal and postpartum care.
The obstetrical service at NYC Health + Hospitals/Queens consists of Labor and Delivery, the Antepartum Testing Unit, and the Postpartum Unit. Patients receive a complete range of care, including preconceptual counseling and complete prenatal care, from ultrasonography, labor and delivery coverage, and postpartum care. Specialty services are also available for pregnant teenagers and patients with diabetic, infectious disease and high-risk complications.
Call 718-883-3244 for more information about Women’s Health Services at Queens Hospital Center or to make an appointment.
Breast Service – Learn more about this new specialty service available at NYC Health + Hospitals/Queens.
Women’s Options Services
NYC Health + Hospitals facilities offer comprehensive and confidential care for women that includes contraceptive counseling, management of pregnancy loss, and elective pregnancy termination. We are committed to providing a safe and supportive environment. Please contact our patient care locations to find the services available. We are dedicated to offering contraceptive services without regard for your ability to pay. In New York State, women under 18 years of age do NOT need parental consent.