Old Lyme Primary Care for Women

Hartford HealthCare Medical Group physicians and practitioners provide high-quality women's health care and education.

We are committed to providing the highest standard of care; promoting the physical and emotional well-being of women and empowering women to maintain good health, participate in their care and bring new life into the world. Women’s Health Services is a family-centered system of care for women at every stage of life.

Old Lyme Women's Specialty Care

Doctors and nurses collaborate closely to ensure the best possible care, ranging from routine wellness to the very latest treatments for high-risk pregnancies, pelvic floor disorders and gynecologic cancers. We offer routine screenings and treatments, as well as compassionate care for a range of reproductive health and pelvic problems.

Many of our physicians hold positions of leadership in national medical societies and serve on the faculties of medical schools of such leading institutions as Dartmouth and the University of Connecticut. In addition, Hartford Hospital is a teaching hospital with a nationally-recognized Residency Program in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

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​Empowering women to
take control of their health. 

It’s no secret that when it comes to healthcare decisions it’s usually mom who speaks for the family. But far too often moms spend so much time and energy on their family’s health that their own health becomes secondary.

Dr. Mary Satti and her Old Lyme-based practice have worked for nearly 20 years to ensure that women’s specialized primary care needs are met. Dr. Satti says because primary care is such a vast field and that the health needs of men and women are so different a sub-specialty like women’s primary care is essential.

“Oftentimes women get sandwiched between the needs of elderly parents and managing the healthcare of their children...We give women of all ages a safe environment to talk about health concerns that are specific to them along with advice on how to stay healthy and how to manage their stress,” Satti says

Other than the traditional care provided in a primary care setting, women’s primary care addresses issues like contraception, breast health, osteoporosis, fitness, nutrition, and stress management.