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About the Women’s Center

The Wilbur & Mary Jean Cohen Women’s Center at Atrium Medical Center provides a caring, soothing, and supportive environment for women. Our physicians and staff provide comprehensive, personalized care and take pride in staying up-to-date on the latest women’s health treatments and procedures. We offer an array of health services in one location, including:

Focusing on You

Our Women’s Center team is devoted to providing you with comprehensive, personalized care. Centralized scheduling, a convenient location and on-site parking make it easy to arrange an appointment that fits your busy lifestyle.

Because waiting for results is often the most challenging aspect of any medical test, diagnostic mammograms and ultrasounds are reviewed and discussed with you before you leave the Women’s Center. Reports may even arrive at your physician’s office before you make it home.

We typically evaluate screening mammograms within two to four days and send normal results to your physician as soon as the images are reviewed. If the results are abnormal, we’ll call your physician immediately and contact you directly by letter.

Wilbur and Mary Jean Cohen

Atrium Women's Center is named for Wilbur and the late Mary Jean Cohen, Middletown residents who donated their time and resources to the community for more than 40 years. They gave generously to Atrium Medical Center, formerly known as Middletown Regional Hospital.

Mr. Cohen served on the Middletown Regional Hospital and Middletown Regional Health System Boards of Directors and the Atrium Medical Center Foundation Board. For many years, Mrs. Cohen served as a member of the hospital auxiliary.

The Cohens' support of the hospital and our Women's Center exemplifies their dedication to improving the health and wellness of their community. We are grateful to them, as well as other Women's Center donors, for their generosity and compassion.

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