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Women's Care Unit at Rochester General Hospital

physician at women's health services unitWelcome to the Women’s Care Unit at Rochester General Hospital where we are proud to provide women's health services, support, education and personalized attention to the women and families we serve across the life continuum. 

Whether in the relaxed, home-like atmosphere of our birthing suites, the 4-bed triage unit attached to our labor/delivery area, the state of the art Level II Special Care Nursery or the private rooms on our post-surgical/Women’s Care wing, our patients can be confident of receiving the best possible care and women's health information by our outstanding, Magnet recognized and awarded nursing care team.  We are located on the 3rd floor of the hospital, in an electronically secured area, allowing us to provide our families with added comfort and peace of mind.  

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology offers a broad range of general and subspecialty services to women of all ages. Our women's health services facilities include a newly renovated Twig Birthing Center with:

  • 16 LDRP (Labor, Delivery, Recovery, Postpartum) rooms 
  • 18 special care rooms for postpartum/antepartum patients and for women undergoing minor obstetrical or gynecological procedures
  • 12-bed Special Care Nursery

Rochester General is the site of 2,500 births and more than 2,400 gynecological surgery procedures each year.

Watch the Twig Birthing Center Video

Specialty Women's Health Services

Perinatology, Antenatal Testing, and High-Risk Obstetrics

Including diagnostic services such as ultrasound, non-stress testing, biophysical scores, and AFP testing, as well as genetic counseling and counseling for risk factors including maternal age and hereditary disorders). For more information, call (585) 922-LINK (5465).


Physicians in our department with a special interest in female incontinence and pelvic floor disorders provide testing of bladder function to identify causes of urinary incontinence in order to recommend an appropriate course of treatment, advanced surgical techniques, including minimally-invasive (robotic) surgery, to correct anatomical changes, as well as a variety of nonsurgical treatments for urinary and fecal incontinence.  For more information, call (585) 922-LINK (5465).

Gynecologic Oncology

If you need a procedure or have more questions, please contact our team of experts at (585) 922-8501.

The Women's Centers

The Women's Centers provide the majority of the outpatient services for women. The Centers are staffed by attending physicians, residents, physician's assistants, nurse practitioners, midwives, a psychologist, a clinical dietitian, and a social worker. In addition to medical care, the Women's Centers offer private counseling for concerns such as nutrition, sexually transmitted disease, infertility, genetics, menopause, substance abuse and incontinence. Many of the staff speak both English and Spanish. Learn more about The Women's Centers