Southern Crescent Women’s Healthcare

Dedicated group of professionals consisting of physicians, certified nurse-midwives and nurse practitioners who are trained in the specialty of obstetrics and gynecology and totally focused on women’s health care.


Obstetrical Services

OB/GYN offices that are conveniently located to serve the southern crescent; including Clayton, Fayette, Henry, Coweta and Spalding counties. Offices are easily accessible to all counties in either Newnan, Fayetteville or Jonesboro.

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Gynecology Services

We provide comprehensive gynecology care throughout all stages of a woman's life, beginning in the teenage years, onto childbearing years, into post-menopause, and retirement. We utilize the latest medical technology to make your visits as comfortable as possible.


A Brand New You

Our aesthetics practice, A Brand New You Aesthetics offers SculpSure® body contouring, MonaLisa Touch® gynecologic laser therapy and facial rejuvenation fillers. Our spa is overseen by our physicians. Learn more and schedule a consultation.

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NEWS AND RESOURCES

Natural Childbirthing Class December 5th!

November 13, 2017

Join us on Tuesday, December 5th for a free Natural Childbirthing class with Stacy Ulmer, CNM. There will be a hospital tour after. Register today!

Santa Claus is coming to Newnan!

Santa Claus is coming to Newnan!

November 6, 2017

Santa Claus is coming to town! Santa will be at our Newnan location on Saturday, November 18th, 2017, from 9 am to noon. Photography packages will be available for purchase. The package prices are: $20 Package:  (1) 5×7 & 8 wallets … Read More

Meet SCWH Midwife Pam Puett, MSN, CNM

Meet SCWH Midwife Pam Puett, MSN, CNM

October 26, 2017

Every month, Southern Crescent Women’s Healthcare features one of our team members on our blog. Meet SCWH Midwife Pam Puett, MSN, CNM! Pam feels that every woman deserves to have quality midwifery care that they desire. In fact, it was … Read More