Women’s Health Specialty Services at Mercy

Mercy Baltimore

Women seek The Weinberg Center for Women’s Health and Medicine at Mercy Medical Center for the top rated doctors and award winning quality care as well as for the extra specialty services offered. Following difficult diagnoses or treatments, women can turn to the Center’s added services, including the Medi-Spa, Women’s Boutique and wig program, to help bring them comfort and maintain their femininity. At the Women’s Center at Mercy, we understand a woman’s need to maintain her physical beauty while undergoing cancer treatment. Our Mercy doctors, nurse navigators and staff are here to help our patients every step of the way. 

Revitalize and Renew the Whole Person

The Medi-Spa at Mercy - A center for Integrative Care offers a full-range of spa services to promote relaxation and healing. Our plastic and reconstruction surgeons and cancer doctors often refer patients to the Medi-Spa so their care can integrate treatment of the whole person – mind, body and spirit. The Medi-Spa offers massage and acupuncture and our licensed estheticians provide facials, chemical peels and microdermabrasion to help women feel restored and refreshed during and after the medical treatment process. Women turn to the The Medi-Spa at Mercy to help gain a renewed sense of self.   

On-site Women’s Boutique for Specialty Clothing and Jewelry

The Weinberg Center for Women’s Health and Medicine at Mercy houses a Women’s Boutique dedicated to providing women with specialty clothing, such as undergarments and swimwear, as well as jewelry and cancer survivor items. The Women’s Boutique is owned and operated by Elisa Lawson, a certified prosthesis specialist. Elisa works closely with the physicians and staff of The Hoffberger Breast Center at Mercy and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Mercy to accommodate the needs of their pre- and post-surgery patients. Elisa carefully measures and personally fits each patient for the prostheses and garments she needs.

Attractive Headwear for Chemotherapy Patients

Women going through chemotherapy treatments turn to Helping Hands for wigs and turbans. Helping Hands is operated through the department of Volunteer Services at Mercy. Women can call for appointments to be fitted for wigs and turbans and are guided in their choices so they can feel most attractive and stylish.