Posted: Monday, October 6, 2014
Posted: Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Wednesday, October 29th, 2014 (10:00 AM)
Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 (6:30 PM)
Women's Health at Riverside Medical Center
At Riverside Medical Center, we focus on the unique needs of women during all stages of life. Many of our diagnostic and treatment facilities are in warm and inviting settings, respecting privacy and individuality.
Our comprehensive services include breast health programs and mammography with computer-aided diagnostic (CAD) system and Second Look™ technology, stereotactic biopsy, infertility, 4D- ultrasound, cardiac health, arthritis, menopause and osteoporosis screening and testing.
For mothers to be, our Family BirthSuites at the Kankakee campus were concepted and designed to pamper moms, with the reassurance that Riverside’s obstetric staff is close by.
For more information or for a referral to a Riverside obstetrician, please contact RiverSource at 866.268.6866 or use our physician finder tool.
Breast Health Center
Riverside Medical Center’s breast health program is your complete approach to care. At Riverside, you can be confident that your care is in the hands of highly trained experts including our Breast Health Navigator.
When it comes to welcoming new life into the world, Riverside Medical Center’s labor and delivery team has the most experience in the area, performing over 1,200 births a year.
If your physician recommends a hysterectomy, you may be a candidate for a less invasive procedure called da Vinci™ Hysterectomy. This procedure uses a state-of-the-art surgical system designed to help your surgeon perform a more precise, minimally invasive surgical procedure.
Uterine Fibroid Embolization
Uterine fibroid embolization (UFE) is a proven, non-surgical alternative to hysterectomy and myomectomy (for the treatment of fibroids). The benefits of a UFE procedure are vast.
Chronic Pelvic Pain / Ovarian Varicose Veins
It is estimated that one-third of all women will experience chronic pelvic pain in their lifetime. Many of these women are told the problem is "all in their head" but recent advancements now show the pain may be due to hard to detect varicose veins in the pelvis, known as pelvic congestion syndrome.