Who We Are?
East Lakeland OB/GYN Associates, P.A. is a medical practice where patients can find just what they seek.
We focus on treating the whole patient, while specializing in obstetrics and gynecology.
Our four doctors and two nurse practitioners have the professional and personal experience to provide healthcare for women, by women, and live out our mission every day for every patient.
“Healthcare for Women by Women”
What We Do?
Focusing on pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. The physicians at East Lakeland are experienced in the management of all pregnancies, including potentially high risk pregnancies. Our goal is to achieve a healthy pregnancy and delivery, in a safe and encouraging environment. We are each family oriented and feel privileged to be a part of your growing family.
Focusing on the specific health needs of women, from puberty to child-bearing to menopause. The physicians of East Lakeland provide diagnosis and treatment of the disorders of the female genitourinary tract, including but not limited to infertility, abnormal cycles, vulvar disorders, menopausal concerns, and cervical dysplasia.
Focusing on preventative care through screening for various cancers and metabolic disorders. The physicians of East Lakeland pride themselves in recognizing the need to minister to the whole person- mind, body, and spirit.
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What our patients have to say?
Meet our Specialists
Donna G. Breeland
Shani K. Meck
Missy J. McMinn
Lindsey M. Turner
Sharon K. Brown
Katie W. Sartin
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