Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare is a Member of the US Women’s Health Alliance

Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare is a proud member of the U.S. Women’s Health Alliance.

The U.S. Women’s Health Alliance (USWHA) is dedicated to bringing higher quality, more affordable healthcare to women across the nation and help members, like us, achieve healthy sustainability in their private practice.

They share best practices, raise awareness of important women’s healthcare issues, and implement innovative value-based healthcare programs to meet the evolving needs of women’s care.

Dr. Elizabeth Killebrew is on the USWHA Board of Directors. This gives her a platform to share her experience and expertise with other USWHA members and act as USWHA ambassador back at Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare.

We are members of the USWHA because we are committed to providing our patients with the upmost competent and compassionate medical care.

To learn more about the organization, click here.

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