Departments and Services

Women’s Health Clinic

About RGH Women's Health Clinic

We know how important women's health is and RGH is committed to providing exceptional women's health care. Roosevelt General Hospital and Clinics has two women's health clinics, located in Portales and Clovis, New Mexico. Both are staffed with professionally trained and certified providers who are passionate about women's health.

Contact your local women's health care provider today and start with an annual checkup.

RGH Clinic, Women's Health
42121 US 70, Portales NM 88130
(575) 356-3427

  • Christy Walsh, CNP
  • Glenda Dallas, CNP

RGH Clinic, Women's Health
2000 W 21st Street, Clovis NM 88101
(575) 935-0944

  • Melissa Sprinkle, CNP
  • Glenda Dallas, CNP


Birth Control Options

If you are trying to avoid pregnancy, talk with your women's health care provider about the birth control method that is right for you.

Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening

Discuss your risk and screen for breast and cervical cancer. If you have a family history of cancer, ask about genetic screening.

Genetic Screening

Learn about genetic testing for cancer risk. And, discuss how genetic testing might guide your health care decision-making.

Menstrual Concerns

Learn the difference between normal and abnormal periods. Get help for painful or heavy periods. Ask your provider about how to manage symptoms of per-menstrual syndrome (PMS).

Menopause Care

Learn about the symptoms of menopause and how to manage them. Talk about bone health and heart health, and whether you still need birth control. Your provider can provide treatment options for vaginal dryness, painful sex, and loss of sex drive.

Hormone Replacement Therapy

Hormone replacement therapy is medication containing hormones. The benefits include helping to overcome moderate to sever hot flashes, prevent bone loss or fractures, relieve symptoms of menopause, or supplement an estrogen deficiency. Hormone replacement therapy is available for women and men.

Osteoporosis Screening

Talk to your provider about osteoporosis screening, which is sometimes also referred to as a bone density test. This test will measure how strong your bones are and will indicate if you have osteoporosis or weak bones. This screening helps you to understand your risk of breaking a bone in the future.

Urinary Incontinence

Talk privately with your healthcare provider about bladder problems. Learn about treatments offered for leaking urine. Discuss other pelvic organ problems and discover exercises to help strengthen the pelvic floor.

Pregnancy Counseling

Discuss your plan for a future pregnancy and find ways to maximize your changes of getting pregnant. Ask your provider how long it takes to get pregnant and what do to if pregnancy isn't happening.

Infertility Counseling

Ask about an evaluation for infertility. Learn how infertility testing is done. Also, talk about next steps and possible treatment with your women's healthcare provider.

Women have a unique set of health care challenges and are at higher risk of developing certain conditions and diseases than men.


Sexuality and Healthy Relationships

At your visit, ask questions about sex and what it means to be in a healthy, intimate relationship. Talk to your provider if you are experiencing painful sex or loss of sex drive. During your visit, you can discreetly let your provider know if you are experiencing intimate partner violence.

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)

During your visit you can learn about safer sex practices and how you can reduce your risk of sexually transmitted infections. You may also request to get tested for STI and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).


There are different vaccines recommended depending on your age group. Talk to your provider to ensure you are up-to-date with your vaccines. RGH offers vaccines for human papillomavirus (PHV) and others such as influenza and COVID-19.