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Hunters Creek Ob/Gyn Pa

3000 Hunters Creek Blvd
Orlando, FL 32837

Phone: (407) 812-7048

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Hunters Creek Ob/Gyn Pa

Bedside Manner: ****

Knowledge: ****

Punctuality: ***

Appointment Availability: *****


l, orlando,fl - 07/13/2011

This was my first visit to this practice. I got there in perfect time, since within 5 minutes of my arrival the waiting room had standing room only. The atmosphere was overall quiet. The area was like new , clean, and quaint. The front desk and bathroom was in the waiting area, leaving little to privacy. I had about an hour wait before being seen.

My visit was with Krishelle Ruiz, a nurse practitioner. She was extremely friendly, patient, AND knowledgeable. I felt comfortable with her. She did a thorough medical history, and talked about general health concerns in addition to gyn. We spoke for at least 25 minutes, and the exam itself took a mere 3 minutes or so.

So far , so good as far as a choice in facilities.

Hope this helps....

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Anne, Anne - 02/06/2014

I am glad that you asked this question as it is a coommn misperception. The INactivated flu vaccine that is strongly recommended for pregnant women will NOT cause the flu. To clarify, the flu vaccine is made of just critical parts of the flu virus that allows the body to recognize and build antibodies against it. Having these antibodies on board is what protects against real flu virus exposure in the future. Minor side effects can sometimes happen after the flu vaccine, but to be clear, not the flu itself. Most coommnly, patients may complain of a sore arm at the injection site. Also, these antibodies against the flu vaccine are passed through the placenta during pregnancy to help protect babies as well. Remember, this is important because babies cannot receive the flu vaccine until they are 6 months old. When I was pregnant with my daughter and due near the beginning of flu season, I even went to a local pharmacy to get the flu vaccine as soon as possible because my hospital did not yet have it available. I wanted to do everything that I could to give time for my antibodies to pass to my baby to help protect her from the flu as well. We also know that the flu vaccine is safe it has been given to millions of pregnant women for more than 50 years. I hope that this helps answer your question.Thank you for reading!Dr. Gradisar