Serving Women of all Ages in the Southern Crescent for Over 30 Years

Since 1986, Southern Crescent Women’s Healthcare has been committed to the provision of excellent healthcare, based on an evidence-based, best-practice model. We serve patients throughout all phases of their lives in a warm, compassionate and nurturing manner, based on the teachings of Christ.

Our practice has been in the Southern Crescent area longer than any other practice. For over 30 years, our medical practice has provided local healthcare for women of all ages in the Southern Crescent including: Clayton, Fayette, Henry, Coweta and Spalding counties.

We have three convenient locations to serve you in Fayetteville, Newnan, and Stockbridge.

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