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‘Everything Is Different, but Nothing Has Changed’

“Everything is different, but nothing has changed”

To our patients,

We would like to announce that effective 4/1/2019 BeachesOBGYN will be part of TopLineMD Health Alliance and no longer a member of North Florida OBGYN.

We have made this decision to be able to continue to provide the same level of care that our patients have been accustomed. All our doctors and staff will remain the same. We will continue to have the same office and even the same phone number.

Since we no longer will be part of NFOBGYN, some of our patients will receive letters from their insurance providers stating that we are not participating in their network. We would like to assure you that we expect to be participating providers in all of our current insurance contracts under our “new” company immediately after the transition occurs.

We are all very excited for this new chapter in our practice and would like to thank you for your continued support,

Beaches OBGYN

 

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