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Whether you are planning an addition to your family or already expecting, we invite you to take a free tour of the Women's Center at the George Washington University Hospital. Maternity services in the Women's Center at the George Washington...
Testicular cancer arises in the testicles, the male sex gland that produces hormones and sperm. The testicles are located within the scrotum at the base of the penis. There are three types of testicular cancer: germ-cell tumors, stromal tumors and...
The Center for Trauma and Critical Care at The George Washington University Hospital provides premier care to severely injured and critically ill patients for 75 miles surrounding the Greater Washington, DC metropolitan area.  Spectrum of Care The...
When was the first time you noticed leakage or loss of bladder control? Did it happen while you were laughing? Sneezing? Exercising? You didn’t think much about it at first and now you’re probably living with it. This is not a normal part of aging...
Washington D.C. is one of the most diverse cities in the United States. The George Washington University Hospital created the International Patient Program to serve the medical needs of international patients. Our goal is to provide the diplomatic...
The Thoracic Surgery Service at the George Washington University Hospital offers diagnosis and surgical treatment for the organs inside the chest, including the lungs, esophagus, diaphragm and chest wall.  Surgeons at The Thoracic Surgery Service...
Thyroid Disorders The thyroid gland, located at the base of the neck, produces hormones that regulate metabolism, heart rate and body temperature. Every cell in the body depends on the thyroid hormones. The thyroid gland is prone to several...
Totally Different. Greatly Effective. Patients who come to the Total Joint Replacement Center at GW Hospital are surrounded by an atmosphere of caring, comfort, and complete understanding. It's a very different atmosphere than other replacement...
Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is a minimally invasive procedure for high-risk patients who have aortic stenosis and are not candidates for traditional aortic valve surgery. More than 200 TAVR procedures have been performed at GW...
Transoral robotic-assisted surgery (TORS) is available for some conditions of the head and neck, including select cancers.  During transoral procedures, a surgeon operates through the patient’s mouth instead of long incision through the throat and...

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