When it comes to women’s health, you need a provider you can trust. You should be comfortable sharing your questions, concerns, and symptoms, and receive compassionate, confidential care. Mohamed Hammami, MD, Romona Dolan, PA, Jonathan Akanno, MD, and the other providers at Premier Medical Group, offer caring and compassionate treatment for a wide variety of women’s health needs including annual physicals, urinary incontinence, pain during sex, abnormal bleeding, yeast infections, sexually transmitted diseases, breast exams, prolapse, and more. Contact Premier Medical Group, which boasts two state-of-the-art clinics in Bakersfield, California, to schedule your appointment. Book online or over the phone with either location. The Olive Drive clinic also serves as an urgent care facility if you need immediate care.
Most women need a pelvic exam every year, and a pap smear every three years, but this frequency can vary based on your age, family history, medical history, and doctor’s recommendations.
For example, if you’ve had a complete hysterectomy, you’ll need pelvic examinations instead of pap smears. Likewise, if you have a family or personal history of cervical cancer, your doctor may recommend a different screening schedule for you.
If you’re ever experiencing signs and symptoms that indicate a problem, see your primary care provider at Premier Medical Group.
It’s important to establish a primary care provider for several reasons:
Please note that primary care providers are also trained and qualified to practice in women’s health.
You should schedule certain appointments in advance, such as your annual physical, pap smear, mammogram, or other office visits that aren’t urgent.
For urgent matters, feel free to stop by Premier Health Group’s Urgent Care Clinic for quick treatment without an appointment. Patients who suspect they have an STD, are bleeding heavily and unexpectedly, or are in severe pain often choose to go through Urgent Care rather than scheduling an appointment in advance.
When you call to schedule in advance, you can choose your favorite provider. However, to ensure you’re seen on time when you schedule an appointment, urgent care patients are seen by the provider(s) available at that time and are generally not able to choose their primary care doctor unless they’re available.