Gynecology

Gynecology Care for All Stages of Life

When getting gynecology services, you need people who truly understand your needs. That's where we excel. As a CHA patient, you’ll find experts in routine gynecology, gynecological surgery and teen health. This lets us meet the needs of women and transgender people at all of life’s stages – from adolescence to adulthood, through menopause and beyond.



Routine Gynecology

You can see an expert CHA gynecologist, Family Medicine doctor or Midwife at several of our Boston-area centers including our women's health centers in Cambridge, Revere or Somerville. Routine medical screenings and treatments include:

    • Contraception and family planning
    • Cervical Cancer screenings
    • Diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted disease
    • Infertility treatments and support
    • Abnormal Pap Smear management
    • Abnormal bleeding
    • Premenstrual syndrome
    • Endometriosis
    • Hormonal Replacement Therapy (HRT)
    • Menopause management and support
    • Menstrual irregularities
    • Urinary incontinence
    • Vaginitis

Surgical Gynecology

Our experienced gynecological surgical team offers minimally invasive services for benign gynecological cases and major gynecological surgeries such as:

    • Hysterectomy
    • Laparoscopy
    • Hysteroscopy
    • Sterilization

Adolescent Gynecology

Our Adolescent Gynecologists understand the younger population, providing expert services in a setting which is sensitive to adolescent needs. Available at several CHA sites, including the Cambridge Teen Health Center, the Somerville Teen Connection and Everett Teen Health Center.

Menopause Issues

As we grow older, our bodies change, often noticeably. You may be experiencing symptoms like hot flashes, heavy bleeding or nothing at all. Menopause actually includes three stages: perimenopause (early symptoms), menopause and post-menopause (when menopause transition has ended).

Our doctors will help you understand your options, including the many therapies available for you and your needs. Your care team will also help you manage the unique stress that can come during this transition. Whatever you are experiencing, your CHA provider is here for you.