You’re unique. Your health care should be, too.
Our providers have treated thousands of patients, but no one quite like you. And we’ll use more than clinical data to understand your unique story. We’ll hear your voice. We’ll believe your words. And whether you’re here for OB/GYN services, maternity, breast care, or any other reason, we’ll give you the individual attention you deserve.
OB/GYN & Pelvic Health
Your OB/GYN is one of your most important care team members. Hancock OB/GYN has an experienced team of doctors to provide great obstetrical and gynecological care for:
- Annual exams and diagnostic tests
- Pap tests
- HPV tests
- Contraceptive care and reproductive health
- Fertility counseling and treatment
- Menopause management
- Menstrual concerns
- Urinary incontinence
- Gynecological surgeries
Learn more about our OB/GYN services or call us at (317) 477-6500 to schedule an appointment
Hancock Health is committed to providing the women of our community with education and support regarding the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment for breast diseases. Services include:
- Digital and advanced tomosynthesis mammography
- Breast biopsies
- Fine-needle aspiration (FNA)
- Reconstructive surgery
- Other diagnostic procedures
To schedule an appointment, call (317) 468-4600 or visit the James T. Anderson, M.D., Center for Women’s Health. Learn more about Hancock Health’s nationally accredited cancer care here.
Hancock Health network puts some of the region’s top cancer care specialists within your reach. Our specialists treat women with cervical, ovarian, uterine, and other cancers of the reproductive system with skill and compassion. And when extra support is needed, all of our providers can consult with Mayo Clinic specialists on any patient’s diagnosis or treatment. Find out more about our cancer care services.
Learn more about Hancock Health’s cancer care, accredited by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer quality program.
When you’re ready to bring a new life into the world, Hancock Women+Children is ready for you. Besides experienced providers who stay with you every step of the way, we offer classes that help new parents know what to expect, private maternity suites with homelike comforts, and all the care your newborn could need—including a 24/7 neonatal clinic and a Level II Special Care nursery. Find out more about our complete services for growing families.
Additional Women’s Health Services
Heart disease used to be thought of as a man’s disease—but it’s actually the leading cause of death for women in the United States. Trust Hancock Health for complete cardiovascular care services, from affordable scans to treatment and rehabilitation.
Hancock Counseling and Psychiatric Services can help you cope with whatever you’re facing, with counseling services and expert care for you and your loved ones—including multiple support groups. We’re committed to providing safe spaces for women who are struggling with anxiety, panic, and depression. Learn more about our mental health and counseling services, or call us at (317) 468-6200.
Bone loss can be a significant problem for women, especially after menopause. A simple DEXA bone density scan can show whether treatment—typically medication, diet, and/or physical therapy—is called for. Learn more about diagnostic imaging.
Women experience changes in their digestive system as they age; hormonal changes can mean big changes in how what you eat affects your body. Let our experts help you with bloating, stomach pain, cramps, and other digestive health issues. Find out more about our digestive health services.
The Women’s Clinic
The Women’s Clinic at Hancock Health serves at-risk uninsured or underinsured women who meet income guidelines through various programs and services. The clinic provides a variety of essential services, including:
- Breast and pelvic ultrasounds
- Breast MRIs and biopsies
- Pap and pelvic exams
- Hormone replacement therapy
- Birth control counseling
- Non-surgical gynecologic issues
The clinic operates on a part-time basis and is staffed by an experienced nurse practitioner and clinic coordinator, both overseen by a gynecologist. The clinic is open to all women, both insured and uninsured. For appointments, please call (317) 468-4641.
The Women’s Clinic is made possible through the Hancock Health Foundation’s Women Helping Women Program and funding from the Indiana Breast Cancer Awareness Trust. Additional funding is from private donations and the Breast and Cervical Cancer Program sponsored by the Indiana State Department of Health.
Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (BCCP)
This program allows women who meet age, income, and insurance guidelines the opportunity to have a pap test, pelvic exam, and a mammogram. It’s sponsored by the Indiana State Department of Health and is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with additional support from Hancock Health Foundation.