For New Patients

Healthcare For Women By Women

Thank you for choosing Associates in Women’s Healthcare. We appreciate your trust and the opportunity to be a partner with you in your health care.

After you have scheduled an appointment by calling 919-876-9797, you will receive a communication inviting you to our Patient Portal. Please follow the link and establish an account. It is easy, but don’t hesitate to call us if you have any issues

The Patient Portal will help you connect with your provider and the staff at​ Associates in Women’s Healthcare. Click here to register your Patient Portal account.  The Patient Portal will give you 24-hour secure access to do things such as view lab results, request appointments or send non-urgent messages to your clinic care team.

Two to three days before your appointment, we will send another communication with links to the online forms via our patient intake system, Phreesia. There is no need to print anything. Please be sure to complete the forms prior to arrival. Failing to do so may result in rescheduling.

What You Should Bring To Your First Appointment

Being prepared can help make your first appointment at Associates in Women’s Healthcare as easy and stress-free as a visit with the gynecologist can be.

Here’s a list of things to bring:

  • Photo ID 
  • Current insurance cards
  • Valid credit card to be placed on file
  • List of current prescription and over-the-counter medications and their dosages, including vitamins and herbal remedies 
  • Contact information for your previous providers so we obtain medical records if necessary
  • Any questions you have for your care team 

We’re glad you’re part of the Associates in Women’s Healthcare family. Our entire team looks forward to caring for you.

Hours of operation
Monday-Thursday: 8:00am-4:30pm
Friday: 8:00am-1:30pm
Emergency After Hours Contact: 919-876-9797

The content of this website is for informational purposes only. It is not intended for use as diagnosis or treatment of a health problem, and should not be used as a substitute for a visit with a health care professional. If you have questions or concerns regarding a health or medical condition, please contact your physician. If you need emergency care, call 911.