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Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare

Welcome To SCWH

Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare strives to provide you timely access to your test results. Some results may be available before your provider has had a chance to contact you. Please keep in mind that results within the normal range do not ensure health just as results that fall outside the normal range may not indicate disease. Furthermore, due to specific regulations, some positive results must be reported to the health department. Medical terminology can be confusing and upsetting, and we encourage you to contact us with any questions or concerns.

Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare is a Christian-based practice with a team that is notably dedicated to bettering the lives of the women of Georgia. With locations in Fayetteville, Newnan, and Stockbridge, Georgia, the practice extends a healing hand to women of all ages and from all walks of life.

women’s services

Honest, Caring, Professional

Since 1986, it has been our vision and commitment to provide our patients with competent and compassionate medical care in a family-centered environment. This commitment allows us to offer a wide range of services, skills and knowledge devoted to the healthcare of women in all phases of life.

We realize every woman places value on her health and understands the importance of regular gynecological and obstetrical care during pregnancy. The doctor/patient relationship is a privilege we understand to be unique and somewhat “sacred”. With this understanding, we pledge to make your visit with us special and comfortable. In return, we trust that you will have confidence in our judgment and feel secure with your care.

How Can We Help You? Choose One Of Our Services Below:

Gynecology Services

Gynecology

Obstetrical Services

Obstetrics

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SCWH Appreciates your Support

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Dr. Dean, very nice and pleasant, introduced himself, sat down to talk to me, and listened to me about any concerns that might been going on with me. Very good doctor, receptionist very pleasant understanding. I will see you all next year very clean environment and I would recommend anybody that needs a doctor.

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Always a great experience with Dr. Dyson. She’s very personable and always friendly and really cares about your wellbeing.

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Dr. Heather Turner is the best OB/GYN I’ve ever had. She is very knowledgeable, attentive, and experienced. I feel very confident with her advice and she has the special talent of making those annual procedures we all hate a breeze.

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Love Dr Dyson. My first time having a baby, and she makes me feel comfortable coming in and asking questions.

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Dr Slade is very personable and professional.  She makes you feel comfortable and answers all your questions and concerns.

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This was my 1st visit with Dr. Crigler. He was very helpful, answered my questions, and provided feedback and suggestions for my situation. If I could make him my PCP, I would.

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I love Dr. Crystal Slade, she’s an excellent doctor. She takes time to listen.

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Very pleasant experience. The doctor was very knowledgeable about my problem, she explained everything to me and we made my choice of treatment.

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Fetal Movement: What’s Normal and Not

Fetal Movement: What’s Normal and Not From the team at Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare in Fayetteville, Newnan, and Stockbridge, Georgia, we want to wish you the best possible pregnancy! We also know that feeling your baby move is one of the most-anticipated...

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5 Reasons to Consider Pelvic Floor Therapy

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