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Overview

The new ACOG patient website features expanded patient education content designed to support your patients. Created as a destination for women’s health information, the new site is a reliable, relatable, and empowering resource for your patients.

To make it convenient for you to get the word out to your patients, we’ve put together some easy-to-use tools for you. 

Access these tools here:

Let your patients know about this valuable new site. All content on the website is developed with ACOG guidelines, reviewed by ACOG members, and crafted to align with health literacy standards.

Email

Use this draft as an email or letter to share ACOG's new patient website with your patients.

Subject line: A new website dedicated to women's health

Dear [insert patient name]

We’re excited to share a new patient website—acog.org/WomensHealth—from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), the leading organization of physicians dedicated to women's health. While we are always here for you at [your practice name] to answer your specific medical questions, ACOG's patient website is a reliable destination for general women's health information you can trust. You'll find relatable, empowering, evidence-based health resources, backed by the everyday experiences of ob-gyns who have cared for millions of women.

Features include:

  • Health Topic FAQs: Find comprehensive information on health topics spanning sexual health, pregnancy, screening and prevention, health conditions, menopause, and more—covering all ages and stages of life.
  • Ask ACOG: Have a question about women's health that’s not already answered on the website? Submit your own question to ACOG. Select questions and answers will be posted on the website to help educate other readers. (Just remember that ACOG's health information is meant for general education, not to provide specific medical advice.)
  • Patient Stories: Read real stories from real patients. Explore reflections on menopause, preterm birth, postpartum care, breast cancer, female genital pain, and more. You also can volunteer to be interviewed about your own story and help others understand the realities of women's health.

We hope you find this new resource valuable—and as always, reach out directly to us at [practice contact info] anytime. Remember, this website is meant for general education, not to provide specific medical advice for your unique situation. That's what we are here for!

Visit ACOG’s New Website for Patients Today: acog.org/WomensHealth

From,

[your practice name and logo]

Flyer

Download and print out this flyer to help encourage your patients to visit and learn from the acog.org/WomensHealth website. Text-only version below:

Find Reliable, Empowering Health Information at acog.org/WomensHealth

The ACOG patient website is the destination for women’s health information you can trust. You’ll find evidence-based resources from the leading organization of physicians dedicated to women’s health.

Health Topic FAQs
Find comprehensive information on health topics spanning sexual health, pregnancy, screening and prevention, health conditions, menopause, and more—from the teen years to midlife and beyond.

Ask ACOG
Have a question about women’s health? Submit your question to ACOG anonymously. Select questions and answers will be posted on the website to help educate other readers. *Intended for general education, not to provide specific medical advice.

Patient Stories
Read stories from patients on topics such as menopause, preterm birth, postpartum care, breast cancer, female genital pain, and more. You also can volunteer to be interviewed about your own story—and help others understand the realities of women’s health.

Social Media Posts and Graphics

We hope that these social media post drafts and graphics will help you promote ACOG’s new patient website to your patients.

Facebook and LinkedIn

  • We’re happy to introduce a new patient website from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), the leading organization of physicians dedicated to women’s health. While we are always here for your specific medical questions, ACOG’s patient website is a reliable destination for women’s health information you can trust. You’ll find relatable, evidence-based health resources, backed by medical research and the everyday experiences of obstetrician–gynecologists. Visit acog.org/WomensHealth today.
  • Looking for a reliable source for women’s health information? Check out the new ACOG patient website, covering topics spanning sexual health, pregnancy, menopause, and more. Resources include health topic FAQs, real patient stories, and perspective pieces from obstetrician–gynecologists. For the latest information from the nation's leading experts in women's health care, visit acog.org/WomensHealth now.

Instagram

  • We’re excited to announce the launch of acog.org/WomensHealth, a patient website from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). While we are always here for your specific medical questions, ACOG’s patient website is a reliable destination for evidence-based women’s health information you can trust. Visit acog.org/WomensHealth now.
  • Looking for a reliable source for women’s health information? The new ACOG patient website brings you information you can trust, backed by medical research and the everyday experiences of obstetrician–gynecologists. Find health topic FAQs, stories from patients, and more from the leading organization of physicians dedicated to women’s health. Visit acog.org/WomensHealth now.

Twitter

  • We’re excited to announce the launch of a new patient website from ACOG. Explore evidence-based women’s health information you can trust. Visit acog.org/WomensHealth now.
  • Explore real stories from patients, health topic FAQs, and evidence-based resources straight from the experts on ACOG's new patient website. Visit acog.org/WomensHealth now for reliable women’s health information.
  • Visit the new ACOG patient website, acog.org/WomensHealth, a reliable destination for women’s health information. You’ll find relatable, evidence-based health resources designed to help you be an active decision-maker in your health care.
  • Looking for a reliable source for women’s health information? The new ACOG patient website covers sexual health, pregnancy, menopause, and more, all based on medical research and the everyday experiences of obstetrician–gynecologists. Visit acog.org/WomensHealth now.

Infographics

What will you find on ACOG's patient website? Download our infographics to share on your website or social media channels.