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Women's Care moved into hospital
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Posted: 2014 Jan 31 - 06:08

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Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center's Women's Care OB/GYN practice has moved into the hospital's fourth floor at 305 Memorial Medical Pkwy., Suite 400, Daytona Beach.

"This relocation of the Women's Care OB/GYN office provides patients and their babies with more convenient access to the services available at our state-of-the-art BirthCare Center," said Becky Vernon, hospital director of Women and Children's Services. "In the new location, patients can take comfort, knowing they are close by and able to receive our BirthCare Center's high level of care, and should an OB emergency arise, our patients will receive prompt obstetrical care, as the OB physicians are already within the hospital. This is safer for our patients and safer for our babies."

Women's Care OB/GYN is the obstetrical practice for the hospital. It provides prenatal care, education and consultation; pregnancy nutrition; gestational diabetes management; pregnancy monitoring; obstetrical ultrasound (including 3D and 4D ultrasound); delivery; and postpartum care. Same-day appointments often are available.

Four local OB/GYN's provide care at this practice, including Drs. Meetesh Desai, Ricardo Larrain, Ted Robertson, and Cecille Tapia-Santiago, who is also the medical director for the hospital's BirthCare Center.

Women's Care OB/GYN is accepting new patients and most insurance plans and can be reached at (386) 231-3580.




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