Breastfeeding classes are offered at our Winter Park office location by Independent Lactation Consultant Kristen Sorondo, RN IBCLC.
Classes are held Monday evenings from 6:30 -9:00 pm.
Cost is $30.
Call or email Kristen to register at 407-453-4338 or firstname.lastname@example.org
It is time for the kids to go back to school, and that usually means less time to take care of ourselves. For that reason, we are offering another "Saturday Mammogram Day"on August 29, from 8:00am-12:00 noon at the Winter Park office location. We will be scheduling in 15 minute increments for women who are 40 and over. Please call to reserve your appointment. (407) 644-5371
We are happy to announce that we will be resuming our "Early Pregnancy Class". This class is geared for first-time expectant parents in the first and second trimesters, and for pregnant patients who are new to our practice. This class is FREE OF CHARGE.
Please join us for a tour of what to expect during your pregnancy, learn more about the doctors and nurse practitioners, hear about testing options, and ask as many questions as desired! We will be hosting these classes regularly every other month on Thursday evenings, and future scheduled dates are forthcoming. The class begins at 6:00 pm, and is held at the Winter Park office location- 1551 Clay Street Winter Park , 32789.
Please call the office at (407 ) 644- 5371 or speak with the cashiers to sign up for the class. It will be hosted by Dr. George Amyradakis and Dr. Wendy Quirino. We look forward to seeing you there !
Dr Arnold Lazar was honored at a party in his honor on May 6, 2014 for his many years of service to the Orlando Health Hospital System. He has served the hospital in various leadership positions, including his most recent role as Chief Quality Officer. He is a great communicator and educator, so it is fitting that the learning classrooms at Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies are now named the "Arnold J. Lazar,MD Conference Center."
Over 200 of Dr Lazar's friends, family and colleagues were in attendance to honor him. They enjoyed some of Dr Lazar's favorite things including: Twizzlers, Ice Cream and his love of cycling. His best friend and founding partner of OB & Gyn specialists, Dr Don Diebel spoke about the early days in practice and at the hospital. Kathy Swanson (President of Arnold Palmer medical Center), and Dr Mary Farrell also spoke about Dr lazar and all of the wonderful things that he has done to improve healthcare for patients in Orlando over the years. Congratulations to Dr Lazar !
On January 1, 2014 our practice converted to a new electronic medical records and computer system. The good news for you is that the new Patient Portal will enable you easier access to do many more things such as:
- complete paperwork ahead of your visit
- receive and view lab results
- request prescription refills
- request future appointments
- ask questions
There is also a free app available on iTunes and Google Play called "Healow" which allows access to the Patient Portal from your smartphone.
Please note that your previous Patient Portal registration (on the old computer system prior to Jan 1, 2014) will not work on this new system.
You must be registered on the new Patient Portal and have an account.
If you no longer have, or have forgotten your username and password, please contact our support staff at : email@example.com
For security purposes, please include your date of birth and phone number in your email.
If you know your username you can request your password online at the portal login screen.
Your patient portal is best viewed in Internet Explorer 8 and above, Google Chrome, and Firefox. If you are using an Apple MAC please use Safari.
***You must be web-enabled by our office prior to being able to register on the portal. You may use the above email contact or call the office to make your request.
Working with the March of Dimes and the Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative, Winnie Palmer Hospital instituted new guidelines aimed at reducing “Early Elective Deliveries” (EED) for non-medical reasons prior to 39 weeks gestation (the guidelines do not apply to medically-indicated reasons for early delivery).
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