Focused on each patient by listening and taking a partnership approach toward gynecological care.
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2021 Current CDC Guidelines for Healthcare Settings:
MASKS ARE REQUIRED INDOORS BY ALL PATIENTS, VISITORS AND EMPLOYEES
We appreciate your continued attention on decreasing spread of Covid19 by hand washing, using hand sanitizer, and wearing masks.
Asheville Gynecology & Wellness strives to transform women’s health care one patient at a time. We provide personalized gynecological care for every stage of life, taking the time to listen and build partnerships in health. We are a gynecological practice that is reaching beyond convention to find innovative ways to improve women’s health and well being.
Asheville Gynecology & Wellness is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art gynecological care for women throughout their lifespans. For a woman to remain healthy she must consider her physical, mental and spiritual well being.
Asheville Gynecology and Wellness approaches surgery conservatively and avoids surgical approaches when possible. When surgery is medically necessary a minimally invasive approach is often recommended.
Asheville Gynecology & Wellness recognizes the complex and interconnected nature of every woman’s life. We strive to address many issues and stressors that can have an impact on a woman’s health at different stages of life.
Living in this time of COVID and social turmoil has created an environment in which it is hard to remain calm amid the chaos which continues to arise. The internet is terrific at keeping us informed, but the rapid-fire of maladies is hard for our human hearts and minds to process. Coping mechanisms which were in play pre-pandemic may no longer be as effective.
Postponing care during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially routine screening care like annual exams, can be dangerous. Earlier this year a number of organizations including the American Cancer Society and several health care systems urged people to resume regular checkups for the purpose of preventive care. There has been a notable decline in the number of early cancer diagnosis across the US. 1