The expert care and support you need throughout your life.

Health care is different for women. As you go through life, you experience changes that require special expertise and new approaches to caring for your needs. At Hancock Health, we’re committed to being with you every step of the way. From early womanhood through your childbearing years to menopause and beyond, we’re always here to protect and support your good health.

Hancock OB/GYN

Hancock OB/GYN

Your OB/GYN is one of your most important healthcare partners. Hancock OB/GYN has an experience team of doctors and other healthcare professionals to provide great obstetrical and gynecological care. Call us at (317) 477-6500 to find out more or schedule an appointment.



Monday and Thursday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. closed daily, 12 noon – 1 p.m.

Center for Women's Health

The James T. Anderson, MD, Center for Women's Health

The James T. Anderson, MD, Center for Women’s Health offers the women of our community access to digital mammography, bone density testing, and best-in-class amenities—not to mention the experienced, expert care you expect from the area’s leader in women’s health services—that are miles from the ordinary, just minutes from home.

Breast Care

Hancock Health is committed to providing the women of our community with education and support in making informed decisions regarding prevention, diagnosis, and treatment options for breast disease. Services include:

  • Digital and advanced tomosynthesis mammography
  • Ultrasound
  • Breast biopsy
  • Fine-needle aspiration (FNA) and stereotactic breast biopsies and other diagnostic procedures.

The Andis Women’s Clinic

The Andis Women’s Clinic serves at-risk uninsured or underinsured women who meet income guidelines. The clinic provides basic women’s health services, including clinical breast exams, screening and diagnostic breast procedures (including mammograms, ultrasounds, and biopsies), and assistance with mastectomy apparel if needed. Gynecological services include pap and pelvic exams, hormone replacement counseling, birth control counseling, and nonsurgical gynecologic issues. The clinic operates on a part-time basis. It’s staffed by an experienced women’s health nurse practitioner and a clinic coordinator and overseen by a Hancock OB/GYN physician. The clinic is open to all women, both insured and uninsured. For information or appointments, please call Becky at (317) 468-4641 or email the clinic coordinator at

Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (BCCP)

This program allows women who meet age, income, and insurance guidelines the opportunity to have a Pap test and pelvic exam, and a mammogram screening. 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 Regional Hospital Foundation, for women who, due to budget restrictions, might not otherwise have these important tests.


Every woman is different, with needs that will vary at different times in her life. That’s why we offer a full range of diagnostic tools to aid your team in making the most complete and accurate diagnosis. Capabilities include: Ultrasound Imaging A common diagnostic medical procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce dynamic images (sonograms) of organs, tissues, or blood flow inside the body. It can be used to treat many conditions critical to women’s health including cardiovascular disease, pancreatitis, and many menstrual disorders. Ultrasound imaging can help characterize abnormalities found during physical examination or mammography. Stereotactic Imaging In the event an abnormality is discovered, stereotactic imaging allows your treatment team to pinpoint exactly where the abnormality is located in three-dimensional space, in order to minimize damage to surrounding tissues while maximizing the precision and accuracy of your treatment. DEXA Scan (Bone Density Scan) A bone density scan is used to help your health care provider confirm a diagnosis of osteoporosis. The most common test method uses low-dose X-rays to scan the body.


For complete information about our women’s health services, contact us at (317) 468-6265.

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