Women’s Health Center

As a woman goes through life, she may take the roles of daughter, sister, wife, mother, professional or employee, employer, and so on. Many women show a dedication to helping others, whether they are scientists, civil rights leaders, mathematicians, or mothers. While commendable, this characteristic of women can easily lead to neglecting their own health and well-being

The popular slogan “Healthy Women, Healthy World” clearly indicates that women’s health is important. Women represent the foundation of a family’s overall health and ensuring that they have access to quality care also can lead to improved health for children and families.

At The Medical City (TMC) Clark, we strive to provide women throughout the region and surrounding areas with quality, trusted healthcare services. We are here to help women take charge of their health through the comprehensive health services available at our newly-launched Women’s Health Center (WHC). 

The WHC offers a wide range of services that address every phase a woman experiences throughout her lifetime —from her pre-reproductive years through her childbearing and post-menopausal years. The center’s team of experts offers OB-Gyne care, maternity services, and Breast health.

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We offer a variety of educational classes or lay forums for our patients.



At TMC Clark, our patients receive expert care and support throughout pregnancy, childbirth and beyond. Specialized care is available for women whose health may be at risk during pregnancy due to pre-existing medical conditions and other pregnancy related problems.


Breast Health

The WHC has a Breast Unit that gives women access to top specialists from breast cancer prevention to diagnosis and treatment.



Screening means checking your body for cancer before symptoms appear. The WHC offers gynecologic and breast care services with expanded imaging and screening for early cancer detection.


General Health & Wellness

Services offered at Women’s Health Center also include Obstetrics and Gynecology, as well as health counseling for individuals undergoing menopause; reproductive healthcare services for family planning; restoration of bladder and bowel control; physical exams, and evaluation and treatment of infertility problems


Maternity Services

First Trimester Ultrasound  

Second and Third Trimester Ultrasound 

Congenital Scan (CAS) – CAS is performed around 18 to 22 weeks of pregnancy. It checks the development of fetal organs and body parts and can detect certain congenital defects.

Biophysical Profile Score (BPS) – BPS is a test used to evaluate the well-being of the fetus usually performed after 32 weeks of pregnancy. It checks the baby’s heart rate, muscle tone, movement, breathing, and amniotic fluid. 

3D/4D Ultrasound – 3D/4D ultrasound is performed later in the second trimester. A 3D allows the doctor to see the width, height and depth of the fetus and the mother’s organs, using a software to create a 3D image and can be helpful in diagnosing any suspected problem during pregnancy. A 4D is a dynamic 3D ultrasound which creates a moving video of the fetus and a better image of the baby’s face and movements. 

OB Doppler – This test is performed during the third trimester at 32 weeks of pregnancy, assessing the blood flow through a blood vessel. This is usually recommended in high risk pregnancies, when the mother is diabetic or has high blood pressure, or in the case of slow growing babies, twins, or a previous history of stillbirth. 

Placental Doppler – This is used in pregnancy to study blood circulation in the baby, the mother’s uterus and the placenta. If abnormal blood circulation is identified, it is possible that medical interventions might improve outcomes. 

Gender Determination – This ultrasound can be used to determine the baby’s gender at 18-20 weeks of pregnancy. 

Cervical Length – Transvaginal sonography can be performed to measure the cervical length between 16 to 24 weeks of gestation to help identify women who are at an increased risk of preterm birth.

Fetal Echocardiography – This test uses sound waves to check the heart of the unborn child to find heart defects before birth. 


Other services

Transvaginal Ultrasonography (TVS) – TVS is used to examine female reproductive organs – uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, cervix, and vagina. It is requested for unexplained vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain, abnormal pelvic exam, infertility, or to check for cysts and fibroids. 

Transrectal Ultrasonography (TRUS) – TRUS is used to examine female reproductive organs in virgin patients with the same indications as TVS. 

Saline Infusion Sonography or Sonohysterogram (SIS/SHG) – A procedure performed to look inside the uterus to evaluate the shape of the uterine cavity. This is commonly used to find the underlying cause of abnormal uterine bleeding, infertility, repeated miscarriage and any

abnormalities, such as thickening of the endometrium and polyps. 

Gyne Doppler – Imaging used to identify and assess blood vessels and direction of blood flow in certain pelvic organs, especially in cases of neovascularization in determining malignancy with the pelvic organs.  

Follicle Monitoring – A follicle scan should be performed several times during a woman’s menstrual cycle, usually from days 9 to 20. It is a painless transvaginal procedure, a common fertility procedure involving tracking the development of egg-containing follicles within the ovary from early immature state to maturity. 


Contact Information

Women’s Health Center

2nd Floor, TMC Clark Main Hospital Building

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(045) 598-4000 local 8007

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