Obstetrics & Gynecology Patient Care
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Committed to Women's Health

Through compassionate, inclusive health care, backed by unsurpassed research, we are driven to improve the lives of women both locally and throughout the world.

About Us

As a leader in the care of women and families, the U-M Medical School Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is committed to improving women’s health and quality of life through unsurpassed scientific discovery, innovation, education, and compassionate, inclusive care.

We combine the expertise of nationally recognized physicians and researchers with state-of-the-art technology and a wide array of resources available at the University of Michigan to provide exceptional patient care. 

Our passionate team of health care providers in Women’s HealthMaternal Fetal MedicineNurse MidwiferyGynecologyReproductive Medicine and Infertility, and Gynecologic Oncology works together to provide high-quality, individualized care for women of all ages. 

For more information on our services, visit the Von Voigtlander Women's Hospital website.

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We provide comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic care and expertly address a wide range of women's health concerns.

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