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Baylor University Medical Center, part of Baylor Scott & White Health

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Women's healthcare through all phases of life

At Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, we are committed to providing a full range of quality healthcare to women in the Dallas Metroplex through our skilled healthcare professionals and advanced technologies.

Our women's health services in Dallas are as individualized as you. We know your healthcare needs change as your body changes. That's why we offer quality gynecological and obstetrical (OB/GYN) care to women in all phases of life. We emphasize comprehensive medical care with a personal touch. Our relationship with our women's health patients is our highest priority.

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Comprehensive women's health services
Baylor University Medical Center offers an extensive array of women's health services in Dallas that address the full range of obstetrical, gynecological, urogynecological, breast, hormonal and aging issues facing women today. Our specialized women's health services and friendly, compassionate medical team in Dallas can help women of all ages and stages of life achieve optimum health through special women's programs.
  • We are a "Best Hospital"

    Baylor University Medical Center ranks #24 among the top 50 hospitals nationally in U.S. News & World Report’s 2020-2021 “Best Hospitals” for gynecologic care

A mother’s story from uterus transplant to baby

In late 2017, Baylor University Medical Center celebrated a medical milestone with the birth of the first baby born in the United States to a mother following uterus transplantation. Today, Baylor University Medical Center has the largest uterus transplant program in the world, with more babies born to mothers who received a transplant than any other program worldwide.

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