Important COVID-19 Announcement

September 7, 2020

Services Update 9/7: Starting September 8th, ObGyn Women’s Centre will now allow ONE support person during obstetrical sonograms.  All Patients Will Be Screened Prior to Entering the Office Our Screening Process: Temperature check Exposure risk questions asked Have you been EXPOSED (come in contact with a known diagnosed person) or diagnosed (tested positive) with the […]

Service Update: Womens Centre Open for Appointments

May 4, 2020

WE ARE OPEN FOR ALL APPOINTMENTS! First and foremost, we hope you are staying safe and healthy during this challenging time. As always, that is our top priority as your healthcare provider. Office Update and Patient Safety In accordance with the State of Florida guidelines, we have opened our office for all appointments on May […]

An Update on the COVID-19 Situation

March 31, 2020

Dear Valued Patients, We continue to feel grateful and honored to be your trusted physicians and staff. During this trying and uncertain time, communication becomes ever more critical, with messages that are clear, accurate, and consistent. We know it is a very difficult time for you and your families, so please know that your health […]

What Your OB-GYN Wishes You Knew

What Your OB-GYN Wishes You Knew

April 8, 2016

Going to the gynecologist can be awkward, intimidating, and embarrassing, but trust us, on our end we want nothing but to hear everything from you. As your leading reproductive health doctors, we want every detail you can provide us. For anyone whose stomach flops as soon as they sit down in the doctor’s office, there […]

Popular Baby Names in April

Most Popular Baby Names in April

April 1, 2016

We are almost halfway through 2016! As time passes, it’s important to think of the future. Are you planning on expanding your family? If so, check out some of these popular baby names to spark some inspiration. It’s that time of year again! We’ve gathered a list of the most popular baby names to date… […]

Women Who Impacted Medicine: Barbara McClintock

Women Who Impacted Medicine: Barbara McClintock

March 24, 2016

Barbara McClintock was a scientist before her time. Yes, she studied corn genetics, which doesn’t sound too exciting, but unlike most she had the tenacious spirit and creative insight to make corn research dynamic and meaningful to even the field of medicine. McClintock’s investigations into the cytogenetics of corn ultimately led to the groundbreaking discovery […]

Women's History Month

Celebrating Women’s History Month: Women Who Impacted Medicine

March 7, 2016

As we celebrate Women’s History Month this March, let’s take a moment to look at the achievements of Elizabeth Blackwell, Rebecca Lee Crumpler, Barbara McClintock and Pat Goldman-Rakic. This timeline kicks off a “Women Who Impacted Medicine” series. Look out each week for a spotlight on a woman who rocked the medical world during her […]

Most Popular Baby Names of 2015

Most Popular Baby Names of 2015

December 8, 2015

Names of babies often stay popular for a few years and then cycle down the list. Some names, however, have been popular for centuries and are likely to always be considered as classic names. Names are oftentimes influenced by family members or even pop culture. The 2015 most popular baby names have recently been released, […]

5 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

5 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

November 24, 2015

In the United States alone, one in every four women will die of heart disease. That’s why it’s so important to maintain a healthy lifestyle and see your doctor regularly to reduce your risk of heart disease and heart disease-related issues. Not sure where to start? These five easy tips will lower your risk of […]

Do I Need to Have a Period Each Month?

Do I Need to Have a Period Each Month?

November 19, 2015

In the past, a skipped period was a sign of pregnancy or menopause. However, thanks to the development of oral contraceptives, women can take control of their menstrual cycles and choose to avoid that time of the month. While most women menstruate 13 times each year, oral contraceptives have been approved to extend the length […]