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Women's Health

From our breast cancer program to our advanced birthing centers, Infirmary Health provides a holistic approach to women’s health and ensures that you are given the tools, tests and resources necessary to preserve and better your health.

High Risk Breast Center

With around 12% of women being diagnosed with breast cancer, our programs are designed to ensure you remain healthy.

You may be at a higher risk of breast cancer if:

  • You have a family history of breast cancer
  • Have taken hormone therapy
  • Have had cancer as a child
  • Have had numerous breast biopsies
  • Suffer from hyperplasia of the breast
  • Have a history of exposure to chest radiation

The services we offer include individualized and compassionate risk assessment plans including:

  • Genetic counseling/testing
  • Lifestyle counseling
  • MRIs and mammography services
  • Risk-reduction medication
  • Risk-reduction surgery

Contact us today for more information about our breast cancer programs.

Birthing Center Network

With comprehensive pre-natal counseling, birthing centers and then post-natal services, we are here to make the birthing process as smooth as possible.

Our prenatal services include online and in-person education on:

  • Birthing
  • Childbirth
  • Breastfeeding
  • Caring for infants
  • Infant health

Our birthing services include labor and delivery rooms designed to maximize comfort with quiet and private delivery rooms.

Our birthing center network includes facilities at:

  • Mobile Hospital
  • Thomas Hospital
  • North Baldwin Infirmary

We also offer post-natal fitness classes to ensure that new mother remain healthy.

Mothers’ Milk Depot

Infirmary Health also offers the premier Mother’s Milk Depot in Mobile whose mission is to provide breast milk to those in need through a partnership with the Mothers’ Milk Bank of Alabama. This allows those mothers who cannot breast feed, the ability to use donor’s milk. The quality of this milk is assured as donations are taken only from healthy women and then the milk is pasteurized and frozen until use. Donors undergo and extensive screening process including analysis of medical history and blood screenings for major diseases.

If you desire to become a milk donor, call (205) 942-8911 ext. 117, or email kwood@mmbal.org, or click on ‘how to donate’ on the website mmbal.org.

Mothers’ Milk Depot at Infirmary Health
Women’s Health Alliance of Mobile

1720 Springhill Ave., Suite 400
Mobile, Alabama 36604

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