Our physicians are faculty members at UF, certified by The American Board of Family Medicine or The American Board of Pediatrics and are expertly trained to provide patients of all ages with consultations, evaluations and treatments for the entire family.
- Social services
- Minor surgical procedures
- Routine physicals
- School and sports physicals
- Employment physical
- Referrals for specialty need
- Cancer screenings
We also offer Pharmacist services including:
- Medication consults
- Diabetes counseling
- Coumadin clinic
- Cholesterol (lipid) counseling
- Weight loss counseling
Psychological services are available for:
- Anxiety and depression
- Adult counseling
Center for Breastfeeding and Newborns
The Center for Breastfeeding & Newborns (CBN) is affiliated and sponsored by UF Health and the UF College of Medicine.
We are a non-profit, 501 (c) 3 organization with a mission to provide support for breastfeeding families.
The Center for Breastfeeding & Newborns offers specialty care that is:
- Family Centered
- Culturally Sensitive
- Collaborative with your hospital’s lactation program and that of your personal physicians
UF Health Family Medicine is pleased to report that our practices will be increasing in-person visits while continuing, in some cases, to offer telehealth visits. It is important to know that we have implemented a number of measures to safeguard the health of our patients, visitors and caregivers. Please visit coronavirus.ufhealth.org for the latest updates and information about safety measures being taken at UF Health.
Please contact your provider to schedule an appointment and they will determine if a telehealth visit is right for you. View our telehealth section for assistance in how to prepare for and connect to a scheduled appointment. If you still need assistance, please contact our office.
We appreciate your trust in our clinical care and look forward to serving your health care needs.
Note: You may receive a phone call from our office prior to your appointment time to confirm you were able to enter the virtual waiting area. If proper resources are available to the patient, the intake nurse will document your blood pressure, temperature and weight.
Related conditions & treatments
For your convenience and peace of mind
Social workers are part of the patient's care team and work with medical staff and nurses.
Smoking, chewing tobacco, or using electronic cigarettes is prohibited on UF Health properties.
You can download a form or call (352) 594-0909 to have medical records mailed or faxed.
UF Health provides free language services to people whose primary language is not English.
Aids and services are available to help people with disabilities communicate effectively.
Patients and guests get free wireless internet access at UF Health hospitals.