Improving the Health of Women Every Day.

Women’s Care Florida is devoted to improving the health of women every day through obstetric and gynecologic care. Find a local provider today in Orlando, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville, or Palm Beach for high quality services and women’s health care near you. 

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OB-GYN Services and Specialties

Women’s Care Florida offers obstetrics and gynecologic care for women through all phases of life, from your pre-teen years to post-menopausal years. We also offer our patients various specialty services, including genetic counseling, maternal fetal medicine, gynecologic oncology, and more to provide the most comprehensive care possible. Please explore our services below for more information on how we can help you!

Obstetric Services

We offer board-certified obstetrical care throughout your pregnancy, labor, delivery, and postpartum care. We strive to make your pregnancy journey special through our personalized services.
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Gynecology Services

An important part of your overall health is maintaining your gynecologic health. We provide board-certified gynecologic care, including treatment for gynecological conditions, annual exams and screenings, and reproductive management.
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Specialty Services

We are proud to offer speciality services to our Women’s Care Florida patients to promote overall women’s health, including breast surgery, nutrition services, and weight loss programs.
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Before Your Visit

Be prepared for your appointment by knowing what to expect before your visit. We have compiled all the information you need before you arrive for your appointment.


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If you are a returning patient, please access your patient portal to request a future appointment or complete paperwork before your visit. Are you a new patient? Please contact your provider’s office directly to set up an account and get started!

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Binding Arbitration Information

Our binding arbitration program provides our patients, as well as our providers, with many benefits, including an efficient way to settle claims. If you would like to learn more about binding arbitration, please watch our video or take a look at our frequently asked questions for immediate answers.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have an HMO plan, you may be required to get a referral from your Primary Care Physician (PCP). If you have a PPO plan, you most likely do not require a referral. Regardless of what type of plan you have, you should discuss your situation with your Primary Care Physician. Your PCP is often the one required to make the referral, so he or she will understand the requirements of your health plan. If you do not have a PCP, or still have questions about your plan, please call the member services number on the back of your insurance I.D. card.
We realize that paying for medical bills may be difficult, and we are committed to improving the lives of women regardless of a patient’s ability to pay. We are pleased to accept financing payments through CareCredit. Our Women’s Care Florida Financial Counseling Department can agree to a payment plan that works with your budget. Please contact our team at (813) 286-0033 and choose (Option 3) if you have questions regarding a statement or to discuss payment options.
Yes, you should bring your insurance card to your appointment. The information on your insurance card is essential in order for Women’s Care Florida to file a claim with your insurance company or companies. When you register, we will ask for information about your insurance coverage and have you complete and sign a few forms. The registration process goes much faster when you bring your insurance card with you.
You will be required to pay applicable copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles. If the service is not covered under your insurance plan, you will be responsible to pay the full amount.

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Telemedicine

Stay connected with Women’s Care Florida! We are happy to announce that we are offering telehealth services to keep you and our providers safe while still providing comprehensive women’s health care. Please learn more about our telehealth visits and our office updates regarding COVID-19.