Why are Women's Health services important?
Women's Services like routine, preventive screenings are essential to get ahead of or treat health care challenges unique to women.
Self-care is an integral part of women’s health. Self-care entails de-stressing from the hustle and bustle of the day’s events and maintaining one’s body, which is why Aylo Health offers state-of-the-art preventive care services for women.
Routine screenings and appointments are essential to reaching optimal health and living a long, happy life. Not only does preventive care keep disease at bay, but it also allows the opportunity to detect problems early on so that we can provide effective treatment before things progress.
Early prevention is key to living your healthiest life
The leading causes of death for women include cancer, diabetes, and heart disease — all of which could be treated or even prevented if identified early on.
That’s why Aylo Health provides women’s health services personalized for you so you can live your best and healthiest life. From a Well Woman’s Exam and pap smear to an annual Mammogram and DEXA Bone Density scan – nothing is more important than taking care of yourself.
Women's Health Services at Aylo
Well Woman Exam
Providing a comprehensive Well Woman Exam to help you feel your best.See More
Mammograms are a key component of your woman's healthcare plan.See More
Helping to keep women healthy from the inside out. Get your Pap Test from someone you can trust with your healthcare.See More
Find an Aylo Health location
Women’s Services are offered at all of our Aylo Health – Primary Care locations at Conyers, Ellenwood, Hampton, Jackson, McDonough Hwy 81, McDonough Hwy 155, McDonough Kelly Rd, Locust Grove, and Stockbridge, as well at our Imaging at Stockbridge location.
Why choose Aylo for your Women's Services?
With so many convenient locations, there is no reason not to schedule an appointment. Which equates to lesser wait times and efficient service.
Efficient & Effective
Our procedures, such as a mammogram or pap smear, can cause mild discomfort but our skilled team will assist you along the way.
The reasons why you’re having an ultrasound will determine how long the results will take to analyze. Once received, we will then schedule a follow-up and discuss preventative care (if needed).
Each test is completed in the comfort of our state-of-the-art Imaging facility.
Why Women's Services are necessary for you
We know life gets busy, and the number of responsibilities on your plate can be overwhelming. Whether it’s work, caring for your family, or trying to keep your home in order – women are often pulled in a million directions. Tending to others before yourself may come naturally, but your health is a priority and shouldn’t be placed on the back burner.
Women’s health needs vary significantly from those of men, and those needs change drastically as you get older. Scheduling routine exams with your provider and making healthy lifestyle choices can not only help make you feel better but prevent future medical problems.
Ladies, make your health a priority.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Preventive Care?
Regular preventive care, such as a yearly physical, wellness checkup, or well-woman exam, can help you stay healthy and catch any potential health issues early on. Our goal is to help you understand the benefits of your preventive visit and any out-of-pocket costs you might have, so you can take advantage of the care you need to stay healthy.
Are Preventive Care visits covered?
We want to make sure you’re informed about potential out-of-pocket charges that may occur during your preventive office visit. While most preventive visits are covered at no cost to you, you may be charged for certain things, such as:
- Discussing new symptoms or health concerns that are discovered during your visit
- Receiving treatment or testing for an existing health condition
- Undergoing procedures such as spirometry, EKGs, or biopsies
- Having labs or radiology tests that are not considered preventive
If you’re unsure about your lab or radiology benefit, we encourage you to refer to your Insurance carrier for benefits and coverage. Our team is here to help you understand these potential charges, so you can make informed decisions about your care.
Our team is here to help!