HealthyHer, For Women's Health

The HealthyHer Program at Marshall Medical

In a world of one-size-fits-all healthcare, we’re giving women’s health the special attention it deserves.

At Marshall Medical, we’re committed to women’s health in a big way. HealthyHer is a free program designed to give females in our community the focused care and attention they deserve. For moms-to-be there’s Baby, Oh Baby!. For pre-teens there’s SmartStart. And for all members great discounts from participating retailers and restaurants add to the benefits.


Marshall Medical has partnered with several businesses located within the county to make special deals on purchases available to HealthyHer members when they show their vendor discount card to participating retailers and restaurants.


If you’re an expectant mother, you’ll love Baby, Oh Baby! The program offers comprehensive benefits ranging from online classes to help you prepare for baby to a special post-delivery meal for mom and dad.

  • 3D/4D Ultrasound (details provided by your OB physician)
  • One-On-One Lactation Consultant (contact Marshall Medical North (256) 571-8263)
  • Online Childbirth Classes (details provided by your OB physician)
  • Private nutrition consultations (if requested by your OB physician)
  • Special Meal For Mom And Dad (One guest tray can be requested for Mom’s helper)
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A program designed to benefit pre-teens facing puberty, this component of HealthyHer features a health-education outreach for this critical age.

  • Puberty education from a medical professional
  • Fitness and personal training
  • Appropriate skin care
  • Healthy self-image development
  • SmartStart program for boys on becoming a man led by a medical professional

Each student is given a comprehensive book to continue the conversation at home with a parent.

While most newborns are healthy, our in-hospital pediatric team is on-call 24/7 for those situations that require special diagnosis and treatment. With our newborn pediatric team, most cases can be addressed locally to avoid transfer to a neonatal ICU.

  • Doctors have at least four years of medical school and three years of pediatric residency training.
  • CRNPs with special training in neonatal care.
  • Hospitalists are available 24/7 to respond immediately to critical situations.
  • They help you prepare for the transition home to help access resources, services and/or medications, and identify any specific needs your newborn may have.
  • Pediatric hospitalists often assist other pediatricians, family practitioners, surgeons and other physicians in provided the best care for newborns.
  • Hospitalist programs are proven to help lower complications and reduce the length of hospital stays.
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