Logan Health OB/GYN

Logan Health OB/GYN

We are proud to grow as one unified health system, dedicated as ever to help carry on the tradition on caring for the women in this community, not just with medicine but with compassion and fellowship.

At Logan Health OB/GYN, our services are designed to meet the unique and changing medical needs of women, from adolescence to adulthood. Our women’s care team offers coordinated and supportive care for concerns that affect women’s lives, from general gynecology care, infertility, gynecologic cancers, childbirth, menopause, and more.

Services include:
  • Obstetrics
  • Gynecology
  • Gynecologic surgery
  • Menopause management
  • Minimally invasive and robotic surgery
  • Infertility
  • And more

To schedule an appointment with one of our OB/GYN providers, call (406) 858-8200.

Our Services and Treatments

Preventive Care
  • Physical exams for wellness
  • Contraceptive management including all prescriptive/barrier/surgical methods
  • STD screening and treatments
Evaluation and Diagnosis
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Menstrual pain
  • Painful menstruation
  • Pelvic pain
  • Breast concerns
  • PMS
  • Hormonal concerns
  • Fertility evaluation and treatment up to referral for ART
  • PCO and related concerns
  • Abnormal paps and evaluation
  • Infections, female or general health
  • Urinary incontinence, both urge and stress symptoms
  • Hyperlipidemia/hypertension/prediabetes
  • Endometriosis (medical and surgical care)
  • Weight loss
Special Procedures
  • Bladder evaluation by urodynamic testing
  • Femtouch - Vaginal Laser Treatment
  • Colposcopy for evaluation of abnormal lesions or pap smears
  • LEEP for advanced cervical abnormalities
  • Hysteroscopy and endometrial ablation for heavy periods or evaluation of abnormal bleeding
  • Ultrasounds of the pelvis to include a special saline infusion for further evaluation of the endometrium (uterine lining)
  • Biopsy of the endometrium
  • Botox treatment for overactive bladder

In the past, surgeons made large incisions in skin and muscle so that they could directly see and work on the area of concern. This is called open surgery. Today physicians still perform open surgery, but they can also perform many gynecologic procedures using minimally invasive laparoscopic or robotic-assisted surgery with da Vinci technology. Both minimally invasive approaches require one or a few small incisions that doctors use to insert surgical equipment and a camera for viewing. In laparoscopic surgery, doctors use special long-handled tools to perform surgery while viewing magnified images from the laparoscope (camera) on a video screen.