Our office is accepting New Patients!

Dr. Cheryl Serr   ~   Cheryl Wiley, FNP


You choose Amber Health Care for Women because we are here to help you. We are committed to empowering women by educating them about their health.

We believe in individualized care and one-on-one communication. We want you to be actively involved in your health care decisions. Come visit us today!


Conditions We Treat


Our practitioners are all mothers themselves.  They provide pregnancy care with a family-centered, education and communication focus.  Our doctor delivers at Dignity / Mercy Hospital in Redding.  Read more…

Well Woman Exams

Every women need a yearly well-woman exam, even if you have had a hysterectomy.  During your visit you will have a breast and pelvic exam, possibly a pap smear, and a discussion on subjects such as birth control or menopause, and age-appropriate screening tests.

Birth Control

Options include birth control pills, Nuvaring, OrthoEvra patch, Mirena IUD, Paraguard IUD, Depo-Provera, and tubal sterilization.

Pap smears, HPV, & Colposcopy

We can help answer your questions. How often do you need a pap smear? Read More …  What does it mean if your pap smear was abnormal or showed HPV? You may need a test called a colposcopy to check for cervical cancer or pre-cancer.

Heavy Periods

Don’t suffer with your heavy periods.  There are many causes – fibroids, polyps, hormones, even cancer – but there are so many treatment choices.  We can help you! 

Endometrial Ablation for Heavy Periods

If you have heavy periods, this procedure may be right for you!  It is done as an out-patient procedure, takes only two minutes, and permanently lightens (or gets rid of) your periods.  Call us for a consultation. Read more…

Menopause and Hot Flashes

Menopause can be a confusing time of transition in a woman’s life.  We can answer your questions, and explain the changes and symptoms you are having.

Hormone Replacement

Estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, bio-identical …. Do you need hormones? What are the risks? The benefits? The alternatives? We can help you understand your options for treatment.

Vaginal Infections

If you have discharge, itching, odor, or vaginal pain, you could have a vaginal infection. These include yeast, bacteria, and serious sexually-transmitted diseases like Ghonorrhea and Chlamydia.


Treatments include diet and exercise, birth control pills, and mood stabilizers.  We can help you understand this condition, and the treatments available, so that you can enjoy life again.

Alternatives to Hysterectomy

You have choices to treat your heavy / irregular bleeding, pain or prolapse. Hysterectomy might be the best choice for some women, but not for everyone.  We can help you understand your treatment options.

Gynecologic Surgery

Dr. Serr performs LEEP, endometrial ablation, sterilization, D&C, laparoscopy, hysterectomy (abdominal, vaginal, and laparoscopic).

Pelvic Pain / Painful Periods

There are many causes for pelvic pain, including: endometriosis, fibroids, ovarian cysts, interstitial cystitis, and “physiologic” cramping.  We can help you determine the cause.

Painful Sex

Problems that cause pelvic pain can also cause painful sex, but other possible diagnosis include vaginal atrophy (from lack of estrogen), vaginal infections and serious sexually-transmitted diseases.  We can help you discover the cause, in order to individualize your treatment.

Vaginal Bleeding after Menopause

Don’t every ignore this serious symptom! Even if the bleeding is light, over 20% of the time there may be cancer, pre-cancer, polyps or fibroids in your uterus.

Pelvic Prolapse

Pelvic prolapse is a hernia in your vagina. A “fallen” bladder, rectum, or uterus can push into (and out of!) your vagina. Prolapse can cause pelvic, vaginal or back pain, incontinence and constipation.  Treatments include Kegel exercises, pelvic biofeedback therapy, and surgery.


Our office does not currently treat infertility or urinary incontinence, but our doctor can meet with you to discuss the problem, explain the possible causes, make sure that you understand the possible treatment options, order tests, and refer you to the right practitioner for further treatment if needed. Our practice does not do abortions.