Women’s Care, Inc. has proudly served generations of women in the Mansfield and surrounding communities since 1940. Because our practice values your time, we have worked hard to provide the most services possible under one roof including a laboratory, ultrasound, mammography, bone densitometry, urodynamics, infertility, perinatology, childbirth classes, and breastfeeding classes by a Certified Lactation Consultant. We are happy to continue to add new patients to our family.

Our practice is devoted to obstetrics and gynecology. This means that we are trained to monitor and maintain the normal healthy functioning of the female reproductive system. This includes care throughout pregnancy, labor and delivery. It also includes the medical and surgical treatment of infertility problems, family planning, premenstrual syndrome, and menopause.

Diagnostic Imaging

• 3D Mammography 
• Gynecological Ultrasound
• Obstetrical Ultrasound/Gender Determination/4D Ultrasounds
• Bone Densitometry

Our Mammography Department and Ultrasound Department are fully licensed and certified. Board certified radiologists from Mid Ohio Radiology in Columbus are onsite to read and interpret your mammogram, now with the latest in 3D Mammography technology!

For women age 65 years and older or for those with risk factors, bone densitometry may be an important measure to consider for your health. We offer the convenience of having your bone scan onsite.

Our fully equipped laboratory provides rapid results, often in time for your physician to discuss them with you during your visit. When specialized tests are required, technicians will draw necessary samples and send them to a reference laboratory.

Our lab is certified by the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA), and certified and accredited by the Commission on Laboratory Assessment (COLA). Prenatal and other obstetrical lab tests drawn by our certified lab technicians save you from having to make a trip to the hospital.

Certified Clinical Laboratory

Why Women's Care of Mansfield?