call Us at: 330-493-0313

Fax : 330-493-9349
5000 Higbee Ave NW
Canton, OH 44718

In Case Of An Emergency

If you develop a medical emergency, call 330-493-0313. Immediate arrangements will be made for you to be seen. Always call our office before going to the hospital.

Welcome to Stark Women’s Center

Stark Women’s Center’s staff recognizes that a woman has a special relationship with her gynecologist regarding health concerns not only during pregnancy and childbirth, but throughout her adult life.

From routine regular gynecological checkups through prenatal care and postpartum care, our goal is to fulfill your gynecology needs in Canton, Ohio and surrounding communities with the finest care that modern medicine and skilled, compassionate professionals can deliver.

If you are looking for a Stark county doctor – OBGYN that believes in women’s health and wellness, call us today!

Physician: from L to R: (Back) Dr. Schleich, Dr. Hoppe, Dr. Starcher and Dr. Staub (Front) Diane Webb (NP), Dr. Weinberg, Dr. Jagadish, Dr. Vassas and Eldy Lazaroff (NP)

Interstim Neuromodulation

Used for the treatment of Overactive Bladder and Non-Obstructive Urinary Retention. We provide this for gynecology Canton, Ohio patients. It is an exceptionally safe out-patient implanted pulse generator for patients that have failed or cannot tolerate traditional medication and behavioral therapy. FDA approved since 1997.

Check out our newly renovated office!

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Monthly Update

The month of September is Childhood Obesity Awareness Month and an announcement from the U.S. Surgeon General states that this month is an attempt to “renew our efforts to reverse the continuing crisis of obesity among our nation’s youth.” Being overweight or obese is a result of consuming more calories than required for growth, maintenance, and movement. It is influenced by genetic, behavioral, and environmental factors.

In the past four decades, obesity rates in America have sky-rocketed among all age groups. One in three children in the United States are obese or overweight, putting them at a higher risk for many health problems including high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Childhood obesity has increased more than fourfold among specifically ages six to eleven.

Now that school is back in session and fall sports are starting up, schedules are more hectic than ever. Eating healthy and finding time for everyone in the family to exercise can prove challenging.

But don’t worry, there’s good news! Childhood obesity can be prevented. Communities, health professionals, and families can work together to create opportunities for kids to eat healthier and move more. The Stark Women’s Center offers these tips for packing healthy lunches and keeping children active before and after school:

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Now offering 3D/4D Ultrasound Gift Packages

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Seeing your unborn miracle of life for the first time is sure to touch your heart. Here at "Beautiful Baby",...

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