Overview

Attention: As a result of the recent Executive Order from the office of the Governor of the State of Florida and out of an abundance of caution and concern for our patients during the current COVID-19 pandemic, we have postponed the scheduling of elective surgeries and office procedures until further notice. 

This helps us minimize the chances of infection for our patients and staff, reduce the use of protective equipment that is currently in short supply and maintain resources for those who might become critically ill in the future. We continue to care for our patients and are transitioning many of our visits and new consultations via Telehealth.

We will resume scheduling elective surgeries and other procedures once the situation improves. Please reach out to us at 352.265.6200 to schedule a Telehealth visit or if you have any questions or concerns.


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Centering Pregnancy – Group Prenatal Care

UF Health is now offering a model of group prenatal care at its women’s centers to help reduce the risk of premature birth. Both UF Health Women’s Center – Medical Plaza  and UF Health Women’s Center – Springhill offer the group prenatal care model. The UF Health Women’s Center – Medical Plaza  will be designated as the first Centering Pregnancy site in North Florida by the Centering Healthcare Institute over the next year.

Pregnant women who wish to participate in the Centering Pregnancy model are grouped by their due dates. After a standard visit to their provider, the women join a group during their fourth month of pregnancy and meet monthly for 1.5-hour sessions. During these sessions, the women receive all the components of individual prenatal care. The women and their provider also discuss birth and newborn care as well as overall health and stress management.

Potential participants must select their provider from within the group of approved providers at UF Health Women’s Center and be less than four months pregnant. To participate, call 352-265-8200.