Women’s Health

Women's Health Services

Jefferson Hospital and Augusta University (formally the Medical College of Georgia) are working in a collaborative effort to provide a Prenatal Center on our campus that provides community-based, low risk, comprehensive women’s health services.

The center is staffed by a Certified Nurse Midwife with medical oversight from physicians at the OB/GYN Department of Augusta University.

Everyone here at Jefferson Hospital believes in the promise of our future, which is why we strive to provide you and your family with the best care possible as you anxiously anticipate the arrival of your bundle-of-joy.

Our Women’s Health Clinic provides a caring atmosphere that is family-centered and dedicated to you and your baby’s health.

Linda Randolph, CNM

We are pleased to provide you the following services:

  • Free Pregnancy Tests
  • Regular Prenatal Care
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • WIC Referral to local Health Department
  • Medicaid (application and approval on-site)
  • Prenatal Education Classes, including childbirth education
  • Referral for delivery at Augusta University (formally Medical College of Georgia Health System)
  • High-Risk prenatal care provided by physicians under supervision of Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialists
  • Post-partum visits with birth control and family planning education
  • Gynecological Services
Jefferson Hospital Prenatal Center
1067 Peachtree Street
Louisville, Ga 30434

478-625-9111 Phone
478-625-9003 Fax

Women's Health Tips

Heart Disease Prevention for Women

Wear red in February for American Heart Month and National Wear Red Day (the first Friday in February) to help raise awareness about heart disease, but don’t stop there. Take a few more steps for wellness, and lower your risk for heart disease.


Lower Your Risk for Heart Disease

Everyone can take steps to lower their risk for heart disease and heart attack. A healthy diet and lifestyle are the best weapons you have to fight heart disease. Many people make it harder than it is. It is important to remember that it is the overall pattern of the choices you make that counts.

Heart Disease Prevention for Women

Body Mass Index (BMI) is a number calculated from a person’s weight and height. BMI provides a reliable indicator of body fatness for most people and is used to screen for weight categories that may lead to health problems.

Source: Centers For Disease Control and Prevention https://www.cdc.gov/heartdisease/women.htm