Join us for a morning full of fun and inspiration dedicated to the health and wellness of women in our community. Our trusted medical experts will spend valuable time answering questions, sharing reliable information about the latest health topics and empowering and encouraging women of all ages to prioritize their well-being.

When: May 6, 2023

Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
Beginners yoga sessions at 7:30 and 7:50 a.m.
The program will be from 8:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

View the schedule of events here. 

Where: San Antonio Botanical Garden, Betty Kelso Center
555 Funston Place, San Antonio, Texas 78209

Cost: $25

Ticket sales have closed.

Cancellation policy: No refunds.

2023 Speakers:


Follow Your Heart, Protect Your Health

Bring the results of your free blood pressure and cholesterol screenings to learn how your personal health, family genetics and lifestyle can predict your future heart health.

Ildiko Agoston, MD, FACC, FASE, FASNC

Dr. Rosenkranz

Is it Gastro or Cardiac? How Do We Tell the Difference?

Learn how gastrointestinal (GI) issues like acid reflux and pancreas conditions mimic heart problems and ways to tell the difference.

Laura A. Rosenkranz, MD

Maria Adelaida Escobar Vasco, MD

Stop Pre-diabetes in its Tracks

A professional’s guide on how to react and what to change when you’re told you have pre-diabetes along with updates on the latest medicine and therapies available for effectively managing diabetes.

Maria Escobar Vasco, MD

Dr. Potter

How COVID Changed Behavioral Health 

The COVID-19 pandemic rocked our world, and its impacts are still felt. Hear the latest findings on how COVID is affecting people with depression and how it has changed the way our community is using opiates and other substances. 

Jennifer Sharpe Potter, PhD, MPH
Psychiatry and Behavioral Health

Dr. Sheshadri

The Heart-Mind Connection

Our national leader in dementia prevention research explains the direct connection between your heart health and mental health. Learn practical steps you can immediately adopt to help protect your brain health.

Sudha Seshadri, MD
Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Neurology

Betsy Omeis

Bladders Matter

Take charge of your overactive bladder and urinary incontinence. Our national speaker shares expert tips and tricks for strengthening your pelvic floor and preventing leaks.

Betsy Nielsen Omeis, RN, BSN
Urology and Incontinence 

Sr. Wargovich

Kitchen Cures: Spices that heal

Start cooking smarter with cancer-preventative herbs,
spices, wines and other anti-inflammatory ingredients from around the world. 

Michael J. Wargovich, PhD
Cancer Prevention Researcher

We're excited to see you at the 2023 Women's Health Conference!

2023 Conference Highlights

  • Gourmet catered breakfast
  • Admission to the San Antonio Botanical Garden following the event
  • A swag bag of items just for you
  • Expert medical insights from board-certified physicians 
  • Free health screenings
  • Access to the Ask the Expert Corner 
  • Visits with community health and wellness vendors

UT Health San Antonio's Women's Comprehensive Health Institute

The Women's Comprehensive Health Institute designs customized appointments based on each woman's specific age and health history, ensuring she receives all the care she needs. Not only does the program ensure women stay as healthy as possible, it removes the hassle of scheduling several appointments across multiple days.

Want More Information?

For more information about the Women's Health Conference, email