| Objective To analyze and study the intervention effect of implementing health education in community women's health care. Methods 120 women who were admitted to the community health service center from April 2017 to December 2018 were selected as subjects. They were divided into control group and observation group according to the coin method, with 60 cases in each group. Health education was given to the women in the control group by means of general health education. Health education was provided to the women in the observation group by means of comprehensive health education. The health education effects of the two groups of women were analyzed and compared. Results After the implementation of health education, the subjective consciousness score of the control group was (6.1±1.0), the daily behavior score was (5.7±1.4), and the health knowledge level score was (6.0±0.9). The subjective group of women in the observation group The consciousness score was (8.5±1.6) points, the daily behavior score was (8.3±1.3) points, and the health common sense level score was (8.4±1.5) points. The subjective consciousness, daily behavior and health knowledge of the observation group were significantly higher than those of the control group. The difference between the two groups was significant （P＜0.05）, which was statistically significant. Conclusion It is important to carry out comprehensive health education in community women's health care work, which can effectively improve women's common sense level and health awareness, and it is worthy of further promotion and application.