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Jul022015

To Our Patients

We are very pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Meridith Farrow and Dr. Rebekah Richmond to our practice. Dr. Farrow and Dr. Richmond are both experienced Obstetricians and Gynecologists that have been practicing at Baptist Medical Center Beaches since 2006. They are scheduled to start seeing patients in our office in September of this year.

As our practice grows, we will continue to strive to provide the best possible care to our patients. Our wonderful staff will remain mostly unchanged, and will be there to assist you any way they can. Our office space will also grow in order to better serve our patients.

We look forward to meeting Dr. Richmond’s and Dr. Farrow’s patients and welcome them to our BeachesOBGYN family. As our new four person group starts sharing “call” we will make every effort to give all patients due after September 1st an opportunity to meet all 4 doctors. We are confident that you will like our new doctors as much as we do.

We are very proud of the practice we have built over the years. We are forever grateful for your trust and look forward to this new exciting chapter.

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