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Women’s Services

Confidential… Personal… Compassionate…

At Three Rivers Health Women’s Services, you can count on receiving attentive, confidential, and compassionate care in a private setting from our physicians and certified nurse midwives.

711 S Health Parkway
Three Rivers, MI 49093
Phone: 269-273-6400
Fax: 269-273-9639

“Care for all the ages and stages of your life.”

Our Services

At Three Rivers Health Women’s Services, we serve women of all ages. Some of our services include:

  • Annual exams, including first annual exams
  • Pap tests (for cervical cancer)
  • Specialty follow-up on abnormal pap smears, including colposcopy and LEEP procedures
  • Breast concerns; including clinical breast exams, mammogram and/or breast ultrasound
  • Screening and treatment for infections
  • Contraception counseling and prescriptions
  • Family planning
  • Preconception evaluation
  • Infertility work-up, treatment and management
  • Obstetrical care during pregnancy, labor and delivery, and the postpartum period
  • Menopause counseling and perimenopause care
  • Treatment of abnormal pregnancy (miscarriage and ectopic pregnancies)
  • Hormone replacement therapy (HRT)
  • Abnormal period work-up, treatment and management
  • Surgical procedures including:
    • hysterectomy
    • tubal ligation
    • diagnostic laparoscopy
    • dilation and curettage

Obstetrics and Gynecology Providers


Jessica Puckett, DO, MHSA

Nurse Midwives

Lydia Hartman, Certified Nurse Midwife
Janie Allgor, Certified Nurse Midwife
Lori Kellogg, Certified Nurse Midwife

What is a Certified Nurse Midwife?

  • A master’s trained registered nurse with a specialty certificate in midwifery
  • Successfully taken the national board certification exam
  • Maintains certification and licensing with continuing medical education

Why a Certified Nurse Midwife?

  • Higher satisfaction with childbirth experience
  • Lower rates of cesarean births
  • Lower rates of labor induction and augmentation
  • Significant reduction in the incidence of third and fourth degree perineal tears
  • Higher rates of breastfeeding

For more information about our providers or services, please call 269-273-6400.