OB / GYN
OB/GYN specializes in caring for the reproductive health of women from the time they get their first period to post-menopause, as well as all other women's health issues.

OB/GYN and Women’s Care

As a primary care doctor, some OB/GYNs offer a wide range of general health including preventive screenings and routine medical services.

You will be cared for during your pregnancy by our team of physicians and nurse practitioners. We offer normal and high-risk prenatal care. Our providers work in conjunction with high-risk pregnancy specialists to co-manage high-risk pregnancies.

Our patients are screened for various risk factors, and any potential problems are identified. OB/GYN physicians are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to care for your medical needs.

OB/GYN Services

Service availability varies by location. If your local Community Health Centers location does not offer a service needed, a medical scheduler can help locate one nearby that does.
Request an Appointment

Appointments can be requested online or by calling 407-905-8827 or 352-314-7400.

Frequently Asked Questions

Services are designed to meet the needs of you and your entire family – coverage that includes all ages and medical conditions. Our providers are board-certified and continue to participate in ongoing training.

No, you do not need insurance to schedule an appointment. When you call, ask a team member how you can qualify for financial assistance through our Sliding Scale Discount Program.

The cost of your appointment will vary based on the tier of our sliding scale program you’re on, your health insurance status, and the services provided.
No, we do not offer walk-in appointments, but sometimes we are able to get a patient in to see a medical provider on a walk-in basis.
Yes, contact your local Community Health Centers to see if we are doing a special event for your school.

Yes, we do provide specialty care for some specialties such as OB/GYN, Behavioral Health, and Optometry. However your CHC provider may refer you to an outside provider for some specialty services. Our providers do not treat chronic pain.

To protect your privacy, please refrain from providing personal health information or any other sensitive information via contact form. A patient service rep will contact you and request the needed information.

This form is for patients that use CHC pharmacies. If you use an outside pharmacy, contact that pharmacy directly regarding refills. If you need to fill a new prescription contact one of our pharmacy locations.

Important Information
COVID-19 Update

Community Health Centers continues to monitor COVID-19 activity and updates from the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The FDOH has reported a steady increase in COVID-19 positive cases.

Face masks help prevent getting and spreading the virus. Remember, COVID-19 can be spread to others even if the source does not feel sick.