Thank you for visiting the website of The Women's Healthcare Group, a leader in OB/GYN care in Overland Park and Lawrence, Kansas.
Our team of healthcare providers include: Drs. Hal Younglove, Timothy J. Martin, Kathleen Stone, Margaret Estrin, Tony Moulton, Kimberly Schlichter, Courtney Younglove, Michael Proffitt, Emily Bauer Holthus, Kelly Barikmo, Jennifer Riggs, Valery Webb, Deann Martin, Kristi Torline, Sarah Darby, Jeane Ward and Michaela Galimba. They work together to provide comprehensive, advanced obstetric, gynecologic services, Nurse Midwives, Nurse Practitioner and new Physician Assistant.
Jennifer Riggs’s Departure
“It is with a very heavy heart that I am writing to inform you that I will be relocating to Denver, Colorado. My last day with The Women's Healthcare Group will be May 31st, 2013. There is no way I can easily put into words how much I have enjoyed being a part of each and every one of your lives. I feel so blessed to have been a part of The Women's Healthcare Group family and know that every provider in our group will provide you with continued excellent care. I wish you all the very best and hope you know how much each of you have touched my life and I wish everyone the best.” ~ Sincerely, Jennifer Riggs
WHCG will miss Jennifer Riggs and her family dearly, and would like to wish them well.
Overland Park Construction
Please be advised additional construction is scheduled to begin March 2012 and continue through the fall of 2012 on Quivira from 99th to 106th street resulting in Quivira Road lane changes and the demolition of the I-435 Quivira Bridge. We are advising visitors to allow for an additional 15 minutes for travel time. If you are in need of assistance with an alternative route please contact our office.
At The Women’s Healthcare Group, your comfort and health are our top priority. Our doctors are sensitive to your needs and work hard to give specialized care to each individual. We invite you to join our growing family of patients and experience an atmosphere where we put women’s health first.