INTEGRIS is the leading provider of women’s health services across the state of Oklahoma, providing comprehensive care with compassion and expertise. Our providers have access to state-of-the-art technology, and are highly trained specialists in their fields. That’s why thousands of Oklahoma women trust INTEGRIS for all of their specialized health needs.
Starting in adolescence, women should begin receiving specialized care specialized to their unique health needs. Our INTEGRIS nurses, physicians and technicians proudly accompany each patient through all the major milestones in a woman’s life. We support not only the health, but the well-being of each woman. From preventive care to dealing with serious issues, you have a partner you can trust when choosing INTEGRIS.
For any of your women’s health needs, contact your local INTEGRIS clinic today; or call our national HealthLine at 1-888-951-2277.
Labor and Delivery Video Series
Learn about the Labor and Delivery services offered at INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City. We have developed a series of videos to help you feel prepared before the BIG DAY.
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View the “Mammography 101” videos below to get real answers to the most commonly asked questions on the ongoing debate about when a woman should get her first mammogram.
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Breast Pump Program
INTEGRIS offers a Medela breast pump program. Depending on health insurance type, plan and network, policies for reimbursement differ. Private or commercial insurance could cover costs up to 100%. (Medicaid or WIC must contact the state WIC agency for assistance.)
A Woman's Guide to Good Health and Well-Being
A Woman's Journey
From adolescence to pregnancy to menopause, a woman's gender gives her a unique health perspective on life
In Good Health
Healthy habits can help you live your life to the fullest—follow a well-balanced diet, get plenty of exercise, and keep stress under control.
Women's Health Issues
Breast and gynecological health are two issues that women are most concerned about, but heart disease and osteoporosis are also critical.