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Women's Services

Women's Services

Women's Services

Medical Center of McKinney is uniquely equipped to handle the unique medical needs of women at all stages of life – from family planning to delivering your baby, gynecological care to breast cancer treatment and menopause management to osteoporosis solutions. More than answers, we offer compassion.

Our specialists are experts at early detection of osteoporosis, as well as breast cancer and gynecological cancers. They can guide you through everything from menopause to cardiovascular care. With access to the latest technologies and equipment and a world-class staff of nurses and technicians, you can be assured of the care you are given.

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Locations

  • 5425 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Suite 280
    Plano, TX 75024

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  • Lawrence S. Pierce, M.D, P.A.<br>

    Lawrence S. Pierce, M.D, P.A.
    1105 N. Central Expressway
    Suite 380
    Allen, TX 75013

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  • AMS Women's Care-McKinney<br>

    AMS Women's Care-McKinney
    5236 W. University Dr.
    Suite 2700
    McKinney, TX 75070

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  • Dr. Stacy - OB/GYN<br>

    Dr. Stacy - OB/GYN
    1105 N. Central Expressway
    Suite 340
    Allen, TX 75013

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  • William J. Weise, MD<br>

    William J. Weise, MD
    400 N. Allen Drive
    Suite 106
    Allen, TX 75013

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