The Ambulatory Gynecology Unit at the Shaare Zedek Medical Center coordinates all the gynecological services not requiring hospitalization. These include the Obstetric ER, Women's Clinics and the Surgical Day Hospital.
Women with non-obstetric gynecological complaints and pregnant women from week 24 onwards come to the Obstetric ER. Among the problems treated: Stomach pains with underlying infection, ovarian findings, bleeding during pregnancy, discharges and extrauterine pregnancy.
In the Women’s Clinics, in addition to monitoring pregnancy and regular gynecological check-ups, there are designated clinics for the pelvic floor, urogynecology, gynecological endocrinology, at-risk pregnancy monitoring and the NOGA (Women at High Risk) Clinic, a special clinic for women diagnosed as carriers of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes.
Within the Day Hospital treatment framework all the non-hospitalization operational procedures are performed, including operative hysteroscopies, operations to treat findings in the abdomen such as myomas, polyps, placental residue, partitions in the womb, curettage, vaginal suturing, cautery and examinations requiring short anesthesia.