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Monday — Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

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Clearwater Office

401 Corbett Street, Suite 400
Clearwater, FL 33756
Located one block south of Morton Plant Hospital off
Ft. Harrison Ave. (Alt. 19)

Phone: 727-462-2229
Fax: 727-447-5610

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Seminole Office

7601 Seminole Boulevard
Seminole, FL 33756
Located one block north of Park Blvd. N.
Phone: 727-399-9922
Fax: 727-399-8377

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If you have any questions prior to your scheduled appointment, please call our Clearwater office at 727-462-2229 or our Seminole office at 727-399-9922, Monday through Friday between 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. Someone from our staff will be happy to help you get your questions answered.

Before Coming to
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Thank you for scheduling your appointment with us. We’re passionate about the excellent healthcare we offer women and we’ll do everything we can to make your appointment timely and as pleasant as possible.

If it becomes necessary to cancel your appointment, please call and notify us at least 24 hours beforehand.

Read our Missed Appointment Policy


  • bring your insurance card.
  • bring a list your medications (including herbs and vitamins).
  • arrive 10 minutes before your appointment.


Payment is due at the time of your service. For your convenience we accept cash, check, MC/VISA. We accept most major insurance plans. Learn more

Pap Smears

The pap smear is a screening test for abnormal cells on the cervix or vagina. Named for the inventor of the special stain, Dr. Papanicolou, this test has saved millions of lives and detected cervical cancer in its earliest stages. It is obtained by using a soft brush and spatula on the cervix or vagina to collect the microscopic cells.

Precancerous cell changes, called dysplasia, are where there are changes in the cells that may develop into cancer. Pathologists rate the degree of abnormality, and group them into low grade dysplasia and high grade dysplasia. Another category of mildly abnormal cells is called ASCUS- Atypical Squamous Cells of Undetermined Significance.

If your pap is abnormal, your practitioner will recommend further evaluation called a colposcopy and biopsy. Most low grade dysplasia will resolve on its own and your practitioner will want to monitor them. More severe abnormalities will require treatment to remove the abnormal cells.

Medical Disclaimer: The information provided in the Contemporary Women’s Care website should be relied upon for medical education purposes only. It is not intended to replace the independent judgment of a health care provider. The appropriateness of a course of treatment for a patient may vary from the medical information provided herein due to individual conditions and/or complications.