Women's Center for Health and Wellness

Obstetrics, Gynecology, Reproductive & Sexual Health Care Providers located in Fort Smith, Arkansas

As the premiere gynecology and obstetrics practice in the River Valley, Women’s Center for Health and Wellness in Fort Smith, Arkansas, offers superior care to women when it comes to all their reproductive health needs. Thomas Wood, DO, and the team of specialists are trained in obstetrics and gynecology, and provide extensive and convenient care in a comfortable setting.

Patients benefit from a combination of alternative and conservative treatments for issues that include incontinence, hormonal imbalance, and excess weight. Dr. Wood and the friendly team want to help you optimize your sexual and reproductive health, which is why they offer screenings, such as Pap smears and genetic testing. If you have a condition that requires surgical intervention, the team at Women’s Center for Health and Wellness will take the most minimally invasive approach to allow for quick healing.  We offer complete obstetric care including pre-pregnancy planning services, pre-natal care, post-partum care, 3D ultrasounds, and high risk obstetrics. 

Women’s Center for Health and Wellness welcomes women to make an appointment with a staff that listens and spends the time necessary to understand your symptoms and health needs. Set up an appointment by calling the office or scheduling online.


We take most insurance providers including Arkansas Medicaid and Medicare. Please contact us for more information.

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Allied Benefit Systems
Ambetter Superior Healthplan
Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield
Assurant Health
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama
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Women's Center for Health and Wellness
8101 McClure Dr, Suite 100
Fort Smith, AR 72916
Phone: 479-459-6528
Fax: 479-222-6893

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