Women's Health Program Overview

What's in the MDVIP Women's Health Program?

Each year, you’ll take part in the MDVIP Women's Health Program, which includes comprehensive, advanced health screenings and diagnostic tests that have been shown to help assess risk for disease and detect issues earlier. These services are paid for by an annual membership fee and are not typically covered by insurance. You and your doctor will discuss your test results. You’ll know your numbers, better understand what those numbers mean and learn how they can be improved. Together, you and your doctor can develop a customized action plan that can include next steps, how progress will be measured and a time frame for follow up.

The Women’s Health Program’s advanced screenings and tests target the following areas:

  • Heart Health
  • Emotional Well-Being
  • Diabetes
  • Sexual Health
  • Respiratory Health
  • Menopause
  • Bone Health
  • Hormone Monitoring
  • Sleep
  • Agility
  • Nutrition and Fitness
  • Vision
  • Weight Management
  • Hearing



Your MDVIP-affiliated physician will offer extensive lab and diagnostic tests focused on risk for conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, thyroid disorders and hormone imbalance, among others. Risk for cardiovascular disease, the number one cause of death among women in the U.S., is addressed through a comprehensive heart and stroke assessment, which includes testing developed with Cleveland Clinic, one of the leading heart institutes in the country.



You and your doctor will discuss your test results. Together, you can develop an individualized plan to help manage or improve your numbers and to stay on top of your health as your needs change. You’ll be able to view your latest test results on the MDVIP Connect website and app. And your doctor will also have more time to talk with specialists and make necessary referrals based on your test results and other indicators.


Frequently Asked Questions


As a woman, your healthcare needs are often overlooked in today’s healthcare system. With the MDVIP Women’s Health Program, you’ll see a physician who specializes in your unique health needs as a woman and who can customize your overall care as those needs evolve at every age and stage of your life.

Yes, they will have a limited practice size to focus on you with the tools and resources to be more proactive and address your overall health.

No, your MDVIP-affiliated physician can address your primary care needs and refer you to appropriate specialists as needed.

The MDVIP Women’s Health Program is a membership-based wellness program that pairs gynecological services, like your well-woman visit, hormone monitoring/therapy, sexual health and emotional well-being, with typical primary care services, like sick visits and preventive screenings. You’ll see a doctor who focuses primarily on women’s health who is no longer routinely performing obstetrical services. Your doctor will limit the size of their practice and have the time, tools and resources to take a more proactive, personal approach to your care and offer preventive services not typically covered by insurance.

No. These practices focus on women's health. However, there are other MDVIP-affiliated practices that focus solely on primary care and are open to all patients.

Yes, there is an annual membership fee. Services include advanced lab testing for cardiovascular disease, thyroid disorders, hormones and diabetes. Additional diagnostic testing includes lung function, agility screening, body composition, hearing, vision, sleep and emotional health screeners, as well as nutrition and exercise programs and tools.

The MDVIP Women’s Health Program includes an early detection screening with a vaginal/pelvic ultrasound. Services also include hormone monitoring, menopausal management, sexual health screening, bladder function and incontinence, weight management and bone health.

Yes. After you have received your annual wellness services, the yearly fee may be reimbursed by flexible spending accounts (FSAs), medical savings accounts (MSAs), health reimbursement accounts (HRAs), and health savings accounts (HSAs). If requested, your physician will provide you with a statement of services to present to your administrator as reimbursement may be sought through the FSA claim submission process. Please note that the fee cannot be paid using an FSA debit or credit card.