Women's Health

Contact Us


(206) 685-1011


(206) 221-0922


Monday – 8AM-5PM

Tuesday – 9AM-5PM

Wednesday – 8AM-5PM

Thursday – 8AM-5PM

Friday – 8AM-5PM

Closed Saturday, Sunday and UW holidays

Check in at the Patient Service Center before every visit

Additional phone numbers

  • Gynecologist referrals: (206) 543-5159
  • Referrals for colposcopy or LEEP: (206) 685-1044
  • Women’s Health Consulting Nurse: (206) 221-2491
  • Pre-IUD consultations(206) 685-1011
  • Prenatal care appointments: (206) 543-5159

The Women’s Clinic provides expert, women-centered care with a focus on gynecology, obstetrics, and preventive services. We provide timely care and education in a safe and nurturing environment. Our services include women’s health maintenance exams, evaluation of women’s health problems, family planning, and prenatal care.


Women’s Health Clinic provides expert, women-centered care with a focus on gynecology, obstetrics, and preventive services.

For more information about our services, click on any of the following:

  • Annual physical exams
  • Birth control methods
  • Evaluation and treatment of vaginal, urinary tract or bladder infections
  • Evaluation and treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
  • Family planning
  • Pap tests
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Prenatal care
  • Sexual assault support and care
  • Specialized procedures such as colposcopy and LEEP

Additional resources

  • Did you know that Hall Health is highly rated by patients? Read more.

Meet the Staff

All of our health care practitioners are board certified and have a clinical staff appointment at the University of Washington Medical Center. Our physicians and nurse practitioners have many years of experience working in women’s health and believe it is very important that women have access to accurate information with which to make informed choices.



Consulting Nurse

Have a concern?
Need help figuring out your next step?

You may call the Consulting Nurse at (206) 221-2491. If the nurse is on the phone, please leave a message with your name and telephone number, as well as a brief description of your concern. You will receive a call back within two hours, unless the clinic is exceptionally busy. Find out more about our Consulting Nurse services.

Your First Visit

Welcome to Hall Health Center’s Women’s Health Clinic! We’re looking forward to serving you. Please take the following steps to establish care with us.

Lactation Station

The Hall Health Lactation Station is located in room G90 on the ground floor of Hall Health and is available for use by UW students, staff, and faculty.



Monday-Friday from 8am-4:30pm

Orientation required

An initial 15-minute orientation is required to use the Hall Health Lactation Station.  This can be arranged by calling (206) 685-1034. Please bring your UW ID card to the orientation.


Once you have attended the orientation, you will be able to schedule reservations for 30-minute segments using our online calendar.  If no one has reserved the room, you may enter on a first-come, first-served basis.  You may reserve more than one time slot during a day.


Please note that you must purchase a Symphony Double Pumping kit model 67099 for use with a Medela Symphony Breast Pump model 0240108.  For a purchase location near you, call Medela at 1-800-435-8316.  If you choose to borrow a kit from another breastfeeding mother, sterilize it in boiling water for at least 10 minutes before you use it. Hall Health Pharmacy currently stocks the breast pump kits.

NOTE: Do not leave you pump kit in the room.  No refrigeration facilities are available.

Additional resources

Providers and their Medical Assistants (MAs)
Research Studies

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) study

Volunteers needed!

Hall Health Center offers UW-approved research studies as an option for women with urinary tract infections.  These studies are voluntary and include assessment and free antibiotic treatment.

Currently we are looking for volunteers with symptoms of frequent and painful urination (less than 1 week duration) to participate in a treatment study using standard antibiotics.

Financial compensation will be provided.

For more information and/or an appointment, call (206) 685-1048.

Niki DeShaw, Study Coordinator
Ellen Cassen, ARNP


I am almost out of my birth control pills. How do I get more?

Established patients

If you have received your current prescription from us and you are due for a gynecological exam, call your pharmacy and request an extension of your prescription until you come for your exam.

If you have had a complete gynecology exam within the year, call the Patient Service Center to schedule a consultation appointment.

New patients

If you have never been a patient at Hall Health, call the Patient Service Center and schedule an appointment with a clinician for your annual exam or a consultation.

Additional resources

  • Read about birth control options at Hall Health
Where else can I get confidential testing for STDs?

Low-cost, confidential testing for STDs is available at:

Or, contact your health insurance company for a list of providers.

I think I might be pregnant. How can you help me?

You can go in person to the Patient Service Center and ask to talk with the Consulting Nurse without an appointment. The Consulting Nurse will talk with you and can order a pregnancy test. The results are usually available the same day.

If you are pregnant, the Consulting Nurse can provide you with referrals to outside providers for abortion care or assist you in finding a prenatal care provider. Hall Health Center’s own obstetrician-gynecologist provides prenatal care in the Women’s Health Clinic with delivery at the University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC).

Additional resources

Contact Hall Health Center.

Backline offers over-the-phone counseling for women to talk about a current pregnancy, past experiences with abortion, adoption, or pregnancy loss, or address challenges with pregnancy or parenting.

If you plan to continue with your pregnancy or are trying to get pregnant, the most important advice is to stay as healthy as possible. Read about boosting your chances for a health pregnancy.

If you are an expectant mother attending school or working at the UW, you’ll be glad to know about the Hall Health lactation station.

How can I get in touch with my healthcare provider team?

The telephone number for the medical assistant partnered with your healthcare provider is listed above.

If you are enrolled in eCare, you can securely and privately send an online inquiry your provider team.

What do I need to bring to my appointment in Women's Clinic?

If you are a new patient or have not been seen for a year or more, please fill out the Women’s Health history form and bring it with you.

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