Frequently Asked Questions
1.Do you accept my insurance?
We accept most major medical insurance plans. Please call us or your insurance provider if you have specific questions regarding your coverage.
2.Do you accept cash patients?
Yes, we offer uninsured patients the ability to pay at the time of service. See our Self Pay Rates Here
3.Do you accept Obamacare insurance plans?
Yes, we do accept most Obamacare insurance plans.
4.Are you currently accepting new patients?
Yes, we are always accepting new patients.
5.What languages is your staff fluent in?
Our staff of physicians and nurse practitioners are fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
6.What areas of women’s health do you treat?
Our physicians specialize in gynecology, obstetrics, and urology. However, they have a broad range of experience with complications and specialties within those areas of practice. These include: teen pregnancy, birth control, STDs (sexually transmitted diseases), hysterectomies, prenatal care, menopause, neonatal outcomes, and more.
7.What sets your office apart from any other?
Our staff of physicians have served on several medical boards, directed and advised residency programs, and been recognized among their peers for the research they’ve done in women’s health. We are fully qualified to address and treat a comprehensive range of women’s health concerns.
We are located in Hunter’s Creek , Kissimmee, Celebration, Avalon Park, Oviedo and Poinciana.
What our patients are saying
The office and staff fantastic!! Dr Klemczak and her associates were a blessing from heaven. My husband was deployed and I came to her office at 30wks pregnant. They were very open to alternative ideas and worked with me. I had to have a csection due to my little one was breech; they helped with ideas for trying to help me turn her naturally. Baby did not turn so csection it was and Dr Klemczak waited for my husband to be on skype so he can see the delivery of our gorgeous little girl. I couldn’t have asked for a better experience. Thank you highly recommend…I’m sad I had to move.