Phone: 352-332-7222 | Fax: 352-332-7330 | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, M-F
All patients must have a scheduled appointment to be seen in our office. We cannot accept walk-in patients or unscheduled appointments.
From well-woman exams and infertility consultations, to family planning, high- and low-risk prenatal care, menopausal management, and everything in between, our providers are ready to serve you with the excellence and compassion you deserve.
As an education-focused practice, we include our patients in discussions about their healthcare options.
In accordance with The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), we proudly adhere to evidence based guidelines.
Our gynecology practice specializes in:
Well-woman health maintenance and preventive care
Family planning and contraceptive medicine
Management of abnormal pap smears
Infertility and gynecologic surgery
Pelvic floor therapy
Testing and diagnostics include:
Urodynamics (urinary incontinence testing)
Hysteroscopy (diagnostic assessment of structural abnormalities of the uterus including abnormal bleeding)
Do I really need an annual gynecological exam?
An annual gynecologic exam is an important routine checkup to ensure that you’re healthy inside and out. Your CWH annual exam is among the most important things you can do for your wellness and peace of mind. The well visit can help detect certain health problems, diagnose needed treatment, as well as prevent future illnesses. Your annual exam is a critical part of health and wellness through every stage of your life.
What to expect at your annual gynecological exam:
Whatever your age, an annual GYN exam generally includes:
An assessment of your current health status
A breast exam to check for lumps, skin changes or nipple discharge
A pelvic exam to check your vulva, vagina, cervix, uterus, ovaries, rectum and pelvis
A Pap test to screen for cervical cancer (A Pap smear may or may not be recommended annually, depending upon your specific situation)
Your annual exam also includes information on vaccines that are recommended based on age and risk factors. Comprehensive Women’s Health offers patients TDAP and human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines.
Your provider may also refer you for your regular mammogram as part of your annual exam.
Testing for sexually transmitted infections may be recommended for sexually active adolescents and women.
We are Gainesville's Premier Obstetrics Provider
Comprehensive Women’s Health is here to skillfully guide you through every step of your pregnancy. Your health, and that of your baby, is our highest priority.
We specialize in high-risk obstetric care. Visits include state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment procedures, recommendations for maintaining wellness for you and your baby, and plenty of time for open discussion.
Ranked as one of the top 10 maternity units in the country — the Women’s Center at HCA North Florida Hospital is where we deliver all of our babies.
A mammogram is an x-ray screening of your breasts that can help detect tissue changes. The American Cancer Society recommends that most women begin regular mammogram screenings beginning at age 40, but this is ultimately an informed decision to be made between you and your provider. Regular mammograms are an effective tool for early breast cancer detection. Early detection can significantly improve the survival rate of breast cancer.
Ask us at your next visit about our same-day, state of the art mammography appointments. Our beautiful new building was designed with your convenience in mind!
Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy
What is BHRT?
BHRT an acronym which stands for bio-identical hormone replacement therapy. Hormone replacement therapy has been a common practice to cope with aging for decades. BHRT can also help women who have always suffered from unbalanced hormones feel like themselves for the first time. Bio-identical hormones are naturally derived from plant sources and closely replicate the molecular structure of human hormones.
What is female hormone replacement therapy?
Female hormone replacement therapy (HRT) can take the form of patches, creams, pills or pellets. These treatments and therapies contain estradiol, progestin and testosterone. When hormones are out of balance, hormone replacement therapy can help with many different symptoms including emotional symptoms, reproductive symptoms and non-reproductive symptoms.
Symptoms of hormone imbalance:
Hot flashes or flushes
Decreased sex drive
You may benefit from BHRT if you have any of the following:
Family history of Alzheimer's Disease
Family history of Parkinson's Disease
When is hormone replacement therapy most beneficial for women?
Hormone replacement therapy can help anyone whose hormones are out of balance at any time. However, the most common time women seek out hormone replacement therapy is when they’re experiencing menopause. There are three stages to menopause—perimenopause, menopause and post menopause. There are also circumstances in which a woman has never experienced balanced hormones, as evidenced by excessively painful menstrual cycles and extreme mood swings.
What can I expect from BHRT?
While everyone’s results are different, the process for considering, getting, monitoring and continuing with BHRT is typically the same with all our patients. Your first appointment with your certified BioTE provider will include hormone testing. The next appointment will be to review your tests, after which you will be able to possibly begin therapy.
How can I get started?
Are you ready to feel better? If you would like to schedule an appointment or learn more about Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy, call us today at 352-332-7222.