Shawnee Women’s Health
Shawnee Women’s Health is a full service women's health medical facility with board certified obstetricians and other medical professionals providing obstetrics and gynecology and preventive women's health services. Other services include nutrition counseling, on-site laboratory, ultrasound, and referrals.
Shawnee Women’s Health
202 W. Jackson St.
Carbondale, Illinois 62901
Call 618-457-0465 to schedule an appointment or click on Registration for more information
Medical Center Hours
Monday: 8:00am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday: 8:00am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:00am – 5:00 pm
Thursday: 8:00am – 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:00am – 5:00 pm
After Hours Care
If you are experiencing a life threatening medical emergency, call 911, or go to the nearest Hospital Emergency Room. If you need to speak to a provider and the issue cannot wait until the office opens, you may call the hospital operator at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale at 549-0721 and ask to speak to the provider on call for the health center.
- Normal and High Risk Pregnancy; Delivery at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale
- Well Women Care - Annual Exams and PAP Smears
- Menstrual and Hormonal Disorders
- Laparoscopic and Gynecologic Surgery
- Labortory Services - On Site
- Non-Invasive Cell-Free DNA Testing for Chromosome Abnormalities
- Ultrasound Services On Site
- Nutrition Counseling
Medicaid, All Kids,Medicare and most forms of commerical insurance accepted. Claims are submitted for you.
Insurance deductibles and co-pays are the patient’s responsibility. Payments are expected at the time of check-in. Appointments may be rescheduled if you are unable to make your payment at the time of check-in. Cash, personal check, debit cards or major credit cards are acceptable forms of payment.
Financial Assistance is available to help patients pay for service. An application must be completed and requires proof of household income.
Please click on the Shawnee Financial Assistance Program for more information.
Our fees are established to cover the basic costs of operation, therefore, payment is always expected at the time of check-in. Appointments may be rescheduled if you are unable to make your payment at the time of check-in.
Payments are considered past due if all or partial payment is not made within 30 days from date of the billing statement. A minimum monthly payment of $25 or one-twelfth of the balance, whichever is the greater amount, should be the minimum payment on open balances. Payments that are delinquent more than 30 days from the initial statement maybe turned over to a collection agency. Payment plans are available on large balances for those patients needing to spread payments over a longer period of time.
For questions about your bill, call 1-888-776-7902.
||Regional Health Center Director
||Health Center Management
|Don Bishop, MD
|Woo Sohn, MD
|Jennifer Shopinski, APN, CNM, IBCLC
|Lynn Flamm, BS, RDMS, RRT
|Gail Peterman, LD, RD, CDE