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Our Office is Moving!

Dear Patients,

On September 1st, Dr. Bordelon and Dr. Rodriguez will be moving to a new location. Our new office will be located on the third floor of the Baptist Medical Center Beaches medical office building C. This building is located right across the parking lot of our current office and is the newest on the hospital campus.

Our new office was designed from the ground up to provide our patients with the most state of the art obstetrical and gynecological care. The new facility will have a dedicated procedure room in which our doctors will be able to perform outpatient minimally invasive procedures like “no incision” permanent birth control, endometrial ablations and hysteroscopy. It will also have the necessary data infrastructure for a successful transition from traditional paper charts to electronic health records.

Thank you for placing your trust in our practice. It is always our privilege to serve you and watch firsthand as our community grows.

Sincerely,

Dr. Bordelon and Dr. Rodriguez

Our new address:

1577 Roberts Drive, Suite 323

Jacksonville Beach,32250

Our new main phone number and fax:

P: 904-241-9775

F: 904-249-3638

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