This is a significant and timely book. The chapters are rich in describing clinical considerations and approaches to the immigrant patient in a broad range of disease areas. I recommend this book to all administrators and clinicians who serve or plan to serve the growing immigrant populations in the United States. -Henry Chung, medical director, Chinatown Health Clinic, New York, New York Immigrant Women's Health offers doctors, nurses, and administrators the knowledge and tools they need to meet the challenge to provide quality care for one of the United States' most vulnerable patient populations - immigrant women. Providing readers insights into the knowledge, attitudes, health beliefs, health care practices, and health care seeking behavior of immigrant women, the contributors offer effective strategies for providing culturally-competent, high-quality, cost-effective care to migrant women. Health care planners, policy makers, and administrators who seek a clear understanding of the issues surrounding health services utilization by immigrants and the devastating effects of recent changes to federal policies will find this book a vital and practical reference.