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Welcome to the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Our department's mission is to provide the best patient care possible with compassion and understanding, educating tomorrow's physicians and making scientific breakthroughs in the field of obstetrics and gynecology.

For many years we have been ranked by US News and World Report as one of the top 50 departments of ObGyn in the nation. This is just one reflection of our high standard of patient care, teaching and research. With over 50,000 patient visits a year in our clinics, almost 3,000 deliveries a year, gynecologic surgery, oncology and infertility services, we are a very busy and highly successful department. Even with such a busy clinical service, we have been able to maintain a highly personalized approach to each patient and were recently awarded a five star award for patient satisfaction. Clinical and basic research funding has enabled us to push the science of medicine to the leading edge. We pride ourselves as one of the leaders in ObGyn. Our faculty, resident physicians and staff look forward to serving you in whatever capacity you need.

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Service and achievements

Service and achievements

UF College of Medicine faculty honored for years of service and excellence in education, research and leadership.

Record-breaking Match Day for the class of 2015

Record-breaking Match Day for the class of 2015

During the college’s annual Match Day, held March 20, 121 members of the class of 2015 discovered where they would complete their residencies.

College of Medicine celebrates research with annual event

College of Medicine celebrates research with annual event

The University of Florida College of Medicine recently hosted its annual Celebration of Research poster session, and for the first time, combined faculty and student research poster presentations.

What Our Doctors Have to Say

"Our patients and residents have grown to expect medical and surgical excellence, provided by experienced clinicians engaged in collaborative research within a multi-disciplinary setting."

Emily E Weber LeBrun, M.D., M.S.

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