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Second Well-Woman Clinic now available.

second well-woman clinic availableIn addition to the regular Friday Well-Woman Clinic, Dr. Alicia Farmer is now conducting a Friday Well-Woman Clinic.
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Busy and active women

Our Well Woman Clinic offers all of your annual exams and tests in one appointment! Read more...
Center Address
740 S. Limestone St., Room J509
Lexington, KY 40536-0284
Administrative Contact: 859-323-4939

Clinic Address
740 S. Limestone, Room B218
Lexington, KY, 40536-0284

Clinic Contact: (859) 323-3900 

 

View the 2010 Executive SummaryAvailable now:
Executive Summary

This report provides data that describes the Kentucky Women's Health Registry (KWHR) cohort and shows there is a regional variability of chronic health problems across the Commonwealth as well as regional variation in the association of health indicators. We include data from the Centers for Disease Control and the United States Census for comparison. Because the KWHR survey follows participants over a longer time period, we can address the individual factors that influence change. → READ NOW


  • "A Day Just For Women" conference at the Sloan Conventions Center drew many attendees and exhibitors. Read more.
  • 2nd Well-Woman Clinic available now - This convenient option for busy and active women is available to healthy women between the ages of 40-64 on Mondays and Fridays.
  • Clinical Trials
  • Do you have TMD- Temporomandibular Mandibular Joint Disorder (TMD)?
  • Fibromyalgia Workshops for patients
  • Blue to You: Nearly 12% of women in the United States have clinical depression in any given year. Blue to You is a program that explains the different forms of depression, symptoms of depression and what treatment options are available. You can even take an online self-assessment if you think you may be suffering from depression. Depression is a very treatable illness.
  • NIH Website - Women in Biomedical Research Careers


Mission

The Center for the Advancement of Women's Health serves three primary purposes:
  1. Provide high-quality comprehensive medical services for women,
  2. Educate patients and the community about women's health through educational and community outreach programs,
  3. Expand medical research opportunities for women that encourage advancements in the field of women's health through our Kentucky Women's Health Research Registry and clinical trials.

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