United Women's Healthcare tops 175 providers across Texas

Company executives say the success of the group is its focus on physicians' specific needs.   File photo

United Women’s Healthcare (UWH) has exceeded 175 providers across Texas, cementing its status as the largest Ob-Gyn physician group in the U.S.

UWH announced its milestone as the group works to continue to expand its work to meet the demands of doctors and patients in the states it serves.

“Our goal is to enable and empower our partner physicians to spend more time with each patient and to concentrate on the practice of medicine,” UWH vice president of practice development and marketing Adam Jay said. “We provide the support, tools and technology that position our partner doctors to be best of breed in today’s value based payment environment. Unfortunately, most practicing physicians find themselves focusing more on the daily administrative tasks of running a business, while spending less time on patient care. Our model works to correct that.”

UWH President Dr. Steven Suba said the success of the group is its focus on Ob-Gyns' specific needs.

“The other practice options don’t focus as strongly on the specific needs of Ob-Gyns as a specialty,” said Suba, who joined the organization in 2015.  “Having a strong management partner, while remaining in private practice with independence and autonomy, was very important to me.”

Since its establishment in 2009, UWH has expanded into Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Washington.

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