Valley Health Partners Center for Women’s Medicine

Health care and services for each stage of a woman’s life

Valley Health Partners (VHP) Center for Women’s Medicine provides comprehensive health care and specialized services for women of all ages.

VHP Center for Women’s Medicine offers obstetrics and gynecology, regardless of the fact patients may not have insurance or are unable to pay. 

The practice provides care by specialists who are educated to treat high-risk pregnant women in one convenient location. Ultrasounds are performed on-site, and services are available to help women get the care they need: transportation to and from visits, a nurse care manager to help navigate their care, outreach services to identify individual needs, a therapist and social workers to help patients integrate continuity of care in the community. 

VHP Center for Women’s Medicine is unique in that it also provides care to pregnant women with substance use disorders, including medications, recovery specialists and care managers.

In addition to providing outstanding health care, the practice offers an incentive program to encourage pregnant women to attend prenatal appointments and parenting classes. Lactation support is readily available.

For women who are not pregnant, VHP Center for Women’s Medicine provides women’s well visits. For women who have gynecologic disorders, clinicians are able to offer a wide range of treatment based on a patient’s individuality. The physicians are trained surgeons and would be able to provide care in the operating room if needed.

For patients who prefer to discuss health care in a language other than English, VHP Center for Women’s Medicine provides multilanguage interpreter services. Two full-time Spanish interpreters work in the clinic.

Valley Health Partners pregnancy and well woman care

VHP Center for Women’s Services FAQS

What do we do? 

Provide obstetric and gynecologic care as well as other related services to women regardless of their ability to pay. Many health care services are free. Ability to pay is based on a sliding fee scale.

What’s available for women at high risk for experiencing a pregnancy complication?

Maternal fetal medicine (MFM) providers, endocrinologists, psychiatrist, certified diabetes educators, nutritionists. Women don’t need to travel for access to this specialty care.

What are the special services we offer to pregnant women?

Educational classes are available in both English and Spanish for prenatal care, childbirth, crib safety and car seat safety.

The practice encourages women to attend all appointments and parenting classes by earning points.

These points may be redeemed in the Center’s “Baby Store” for necessities such as diapers, wipes, infant clothes and books.

How is support provided for pregnant women with substance use disorders?

A high-risk nurse manager will work with the Connections Clinic to provide care for moms with a history of substance abuse. Connections Clinic integrates care with recovery centers in the community. A certified recovery specialist is present for appointments and provides yet another resource for these pregnant moms.


  • Prenatal care
  • Special programs during pregnancy
  • Ultrasounds
  • Lactation support
  • Well women care
  • Cancer screenings
  • Screenings and treatment for sexually transmitted infections and HIV
  • Clinical breast exams
  • Treatment for gynecologic conditions
  • Laparoscopic and minimally invasive surgery
  • Vaccinations

Locations for Women's Health Care

VHP Center for Women's Medicine

VHP Center for Women's Medicine

1627 Chew Street, 1st Floor, Allentown, PA 18102-3648
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