Meet the Team | Prenatal Diagnostics
Joann G. Acuna, MD, FACOG Dr. Acuna received her medical degree from the University of…
FAQ | High Risk Pregnancy
Is my breastfed baby eating enough?
One of the main questions we hear from breastfeeding mothers is how do they know…
What is Skin-to-Skin?
Skin-to-Skin is a method that we encourage at Halifax Healthy. Immediately following birth your newborn…
The Department of Gynecologic Oncology at Halifax Health is the only program in East Central Florida to offer robotic-assisted surgery for complex GYN-oncology procedures.
The difference between Care for Women and other offices is evident the minute you walk in the door.
OB Emergency Department
The OB Emergency Department at Halifax Health is part of our commitment to this community and to the safety of our moms and our babies. We are proud to be the area’s first and only OB Emergency Department and have partnered with the Ob Hospitalists Group (OBHG), the largest OB/GYN hospitalist provider.
Meet The Team
At Halifax Health – Care for Women, our highly specialized team works closely with each patient to deliver the highest level of medical care.
Answers to frequently asked questions about Halifax Health – Care for Women.
At Halifax Health – Center for Women & Infant Health we deliver over 2,000 babies a year. We provide the highest quality medical services available such as attending house physicians and neonatologists on hand 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You and your baby are cared for together, under one roof by our extraordinary team.
Level III Neonatal ICU
Not every Neonatal ICU is the same. At Halifax Health – Center for Women & Infant Health, Level III Neonatal ICU we are the only hospital in the area that is equipped and ready to provide care for premature babies born earlier than 28 weeks and smaller than 1,000 grams. Experience matters.