Since 1950, The Woman's Clinic has provided state of the art, high quality care for women in a comfortable, private, and secure setting. Our practice is limited to obstetrics and gynecology - the examination, diagnosis, and treatment of women's health problems. We provide prenatal care for both routine and high risk patients; and we see you through delivery. Our OB/GYN specialists provide a wide variety of treatments including annual gynecologic examinations, infertility testing and treatment, cancer screening, sonography, mammogram, bone densitometry, gynecological surgery, and urinary incontinence evaluation and treatment. All of our physicians are board-certified specialists.

Important Announcements

  • Due to changes in insurance coverage, we can no longer carry Depo Provera (Medroxyprogesterone) in our office. We can still administer the injections, but you will have to purchase it from your preferred pharmacy and bring it to our offices. We are sorry for the inconvenience this may cause you but our hands are tied in the matter.
  • Please call the office at 601-354-0869, select option 6 for the prescription line, and leave your information and we will handle this for you. If you have an online account with The Woman’s Clinic you can log in and make your medication request through the website.

  • Due to the implementation of the new healthcare law, specifically the portion that covers EPHI (Electronic Private Health Information), our doctors and staff will no longer be able to communicate  with patients via text message or email.  We apologize for the inconvenience.  You can securely communicate with our providers and staff by registering on our secure patient portal or by calling our office.

Job Openings

The Woman's Clinic is seeking a: 

  • Full-time Registered, Trained Mammographer for our Jackson/Madison Offices. 
  • Full-time Receptionist for our Madison Office, medical experience helpful but not required.
You can upload a digital copy of your resume using this form, or you can fax a copy to 601-352-6521



Why Choose The Woman's Clinic?

Personal Attention

Doctors review every email and phone call we receive.

Same Day Availability

A doctor is always available to see you.

Triage System

Allows you to talk to a nurse more quickly than waiting for your specific doctor's nurse to become available.

24/7 Nurse Availability

Get your questions answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Lauren Barry, MD.









Coming Soon! We are pleased to announce that Dr. Lauren Barry will be joining the staff of The Woman's Clinic in early August of 2014. Dr. Barry received her MD from University Medical Center in Jackson, MS, where she was Administrative Chief Resident. We are confident that Dr. Barry will be an excellent fit in to our practice, continuing our standard of excellence in care for our patients.

We will begin booking in June and July for appointments in August. 

New Patients

For your convenience, our new patient forms are now available on line. Please see our New Patient Page, for this and other important information.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Ribbon

Don't limit your awareness to one month per year!

1 in 8 women will be effected during her lifetime. Talk to your Doctor and schedule a mammogram today. Get the information you need to make an informed decision.

Our Waiting Room is Now a Wi-Fi Hotspot



What's New at The Woman's Clinic

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    Researchers at the University of Iowa believe that the answer to that question may, in fact, be yes!  Preeclampsia is a condition that develops at the 20 week mark, and beyond, in approximately 5 - 7 % of all US pregnancies. Characterized by high blood pressure and protein in the urine, preeclampsia can cause organ damage and death of both the mother and baby. Currently, the only treatments for the condition are medications aimed at the individual symptoms, bed-rest, hospitalization, and ea...

  • In The News

    There have been a lot of stories in the news lately about one of the surgical devices that may be used during laparoscopic uterine surgeries. We don't want to trivialize the results for a very few women, but we want to put the risks into perspective. Our own Dr.

  • Cutting Through The Clutter

    In the Wall Street Journal dated today, April 2, there is yet another article calling in to question the validity of regular mammograms. This comes on the heels of a large Canadian study that found that regular mammograms did not effect the death rates from breast cancer.  The focus of the studies seem to weigh the numbers of breast cancers discovered verses the number of over-diagnosed breast cancers and unnecessary biopsies. Over diagnosed breast cancers are cancers that are not invasive,...

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