Our Contemporary Women’s Care team is loving everything that makes Lake Nona’s Medical City Orlando’s premier location for medical care and healthy living.(Image Courtesy of Learn Lake Nona)
Having pioneered Central Florida by becoming the first Obstetrician and Gynecologist office to open in Lake Nona, CWC’s all-female provider team is thrilled to be in the company of the:
- UCF College of Medicine;
- Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute;
- VA Medical Center;
- Nemours Children’s Hospital;
- University of Florida Academic and Research Center;
Here are a few other reasons we’re proud to call Lake Nona our new home.
Urgent care in house!
Contemporary Women’s Care in Lake Nona is equipped to handle any medical situation life throws at you.
At our Lake Nona OB GYN office, we share space with Absolute Urgent Care, which provides emergency and non-emergency treatment for a wide range of injuries and illnesses.
You can also take care of all your diagnostics, vaccinations and physicals on site. With walk-ins welcome, you can visit Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Lake Nona Village
Our home in Lake Nona is located in Lake Nona Village on Narcoossee Road between the entrances to the Lake Nona Golf & Country Club and NorthLake Park.
We love how our neighbors like Lake Nona Family Dentistry, Lake Nona Ophthalmology and Orlando Orthopaedic Center make coming for your obstetrics appointment a one-stop-shop for all your healthcare needs.
And with Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt, Nona Blue Modern Tavern, Panera Bread and WineHouse at Lake Nona, you can make a day out of your visit or at least treat yourself to a meal or frozen dessert after your appointment.
Plus the soon-to-be-complete Lake Nona Town Center will bring department stores, large scale retail, trendy fashion boutiques, a cineplex and an enticing mix of restaurants minutes from our office.
Parks and Rec
When it comes to parks, we love Lake Nona’s. The whole community is designed to make nature accessible and enjoyable, with a park within a 5-minute walk of wherever you are.
There are also 44 miles of paved and unpaved trails for walking and biking so bring your workout clothes or your bike when you visit.
And don’t worry, we’d never forget your four-legged friends. Lake Nona has two dog parks with plenty of space for them to run and play.
This article was originally published by: myobgynorlando.com