DAYTON, Ohio, Dec. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Good Samaritan Hospital is changing the way women manage their bladder and pelvic health issues with the launch of the Good Samaritan Hospital Women's Center For Bladder & Pelvic Health.
The center is designed to help treat two common medical problems - lack of bladder control (urinary incontinence) and slippage of the bladder, uterus or rectum (pelvic organ prolapse). Three out of four women report some degree of urinary leakage and one out of three may experience pelvic organ prolapse, but many are hesitant to seek help because of the embarrassing nature of the discussion with their healthcare provider.
"As common as bladder and pelvic conditions are, women often don't talk about them - even to their doctors - until the situation is so serious they simply have no choice," said Dr. William J. Rush of Lifestages--Samaritan Centers For Women, who is leading the new center at Good Samaritan Hospital. "Women don't need to suffer in silence. We offer a supportive, professional and comfortable setting and will assist women to get the help they need."
The Good Samaritan Hospital Women's Center For Bladder & Pelvic Health offers:
Women who are experiencing bladder control problems or pelvic discomfort, should call Lifestages--Samaritan Centers For Women at (937) 277-8988 for an appointment or speak to their physician for a referral to the Good Samaritan Hospital Women's Center For Bladder & Pelvic Health.
About Good Samaritan Hospital
Good Samaritan Hospital (www.goodsamdayton.org) is a leading provider of innovative health-care services in Dayton, Ohio. The 600-bed hospital is a full-service teaching facility that delivers best-in-care cardiovascular, cancer, and orthopedic services, as well as advanced diagnostics and women's health services. It offers outpatient treatment, rehabilitation, diagnostics and other services through its Good Samaritan North Health Center and Good Samaritan Health Center - Huber Heights locations, and advanced cardiovascular care at Dayton Heart & Vascular Hospital at Good Samaritan. The hospital has been awarded seven gold seal certifications from the Joint Commission - more than any hospital in Ohio - for its outstanding programs, including for heart failure, heart attack, coronary artery bypass surgery, breast cancer, total hip and knee replacement, and stroke care. The hospital recently was ranked by HealthGrades as number one in the state for vascular surgery (2010) and number one in Dayton for joint replacement surgery (2009 & 2010). In addition, U.S. News & World Report named Good Samaritan Hospital as one of America's Best Hospitals in Respiratory Disorders Care - the only Dayton-area hospital to receive a 2009-2010 ranking from the publication. These recognitions reflect the strength and talent of its staff of 600 physicians and 3,000 employees who are committed to excellence and to building a healthier community. Good Samaritan Hospital, along with Miami Valley Hospital, Atrium Medical Center and Upper Valley Medical Center, is a member of the Premier Health Partners system.
About Lifestages - Samaritan Centers For Women
Lifestages - Samaritan Centers For Women is a nationally recognized medical practice focused on clinical excellence, technological innovation and a comprehensive approach to health care for women of all ages. With a group of 8 physicians, 3 midwives and 3 nurse practitioners they provide obstetric, gynecological and health promotion services, that focus on giving patients the quality care they need and deserve. Lifestages - Samaritan Centers For Women has four convenient locations in Dayton, Englewood, Huber Heights and Trotwood. To make an appointment or to get additional information about Lifestages, please call the office at (937) 277-8988 or toll free at 1-888-808-1016 or visit www.lifestagescenters.com
SOURCE Good Samaritan Hospital
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