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Good Shepherd preparing to open Women’s Center

Angie Hays, an advanced registered nurse practitioner, is taking new patients.

Published on January 12, 2018 5:15PM

Last changed on January 12, 2018 5:51PM

HERMISTON — As Good Shepherd Health Care System’s new women’s clinic prepares to open later this month, advanced registered nurse practitioner Angie Hays is now taking patients.

Hays signed on to the Good Shepherd Nancy Rudd-McCoy Women’s Center after 22 years in the community and said she is excited to focus on caring for women “from menstruation to menopause.”

“My primary focus will be providing physical exams, providing contraception options — nexplanon and IUD, caring for common and chronic urinary tract infections, vaginal infections, abnormal bleeding, and other physical conditions women may be experiencing — even hypertension and thyroid conditions,” she said in a news release. “Really, I’ll be caring for all aspects of preventative health for women.”

The new 11,000-square -foot Women’s Center at 620 N.W. 11th St. in Hermiston will add new services to Good Shepherd’s offerings, including midwifery. To schedule an appointment please call 541-667-3801 or visit www.gshealth.org/good-shepherd-medical-group/gynecology/ and request an appointment online.


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