Women's Health at Ellis Medicine
Bellevue Woman’s Center is the region's only inpatient facility dedicated exclusively to the care of women and infants.
A trusted name in women's health care for over 80 years
Bellevue Woman's Center provides quality healthcare for women of all ages, with services ranging from maternity and breast care, to surgery and gynecologic care. We’re constantly improving the way care is delivered to women, introducing innovations such as the region's first Ob/Gyn Hospitalist program, a state-of-the-art Breast and Heart Health Center and expanded Labor-Delivery facilities to serve our community better.
Learn more about Bellevue Woman’s Center services here:
Prenatal Care: Find the essential care you need for a safe, healthy pregnancy.
Labor & Delivery: 24/7 support for virtually any delivery decision, all in a safe, personal environment.
Breast Care: Timely detection, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer is our focus.
Heart Screening: Dedicated to early detection of heart disease, the number one killer of American women.
Gynecologic Surgery: Catering to the specialized surgical needs of every woman.
Laboratory Services: Ellis offers a full range of services at several convenient locations.
Imaging: State-of-the art medical imaging services in a caring and compassionate environment.
For more information about care at Bellevue Woman’s Center, please call 518.346.9400.
FLU SEASON VISITATION RESTRICTIONS
The New York State Department of Health (DOH) has issued visitation restriction guidelines during this influenza season. These guidelines are being observed by Ellis Medicine/Bellevue until they are formally lifted by the DOH. For the health and safety of our patients, and to minimize our patients’ infection risks, during this influenza season the following visitation restrictions are in place.
Children under the age of 12 will not be permitted in patient care areas (patient rooms and patient hallways). This includes the sibling of newborns babies.
Please limit visitation to two (2) visitors at a time.
Individuals with respiratory symptoms (fever, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath), rash, and /or diarrhea should not visit.
We apologize for any difficulty or inconvenience this may cause but thank you for your cooperation and participation in abiding by the Hospital’s visitation policy.