Community Spirit / News
Friday, September 29, 2017
Many of our 28 offices at North Florida OB/GYN collected items for shipment by the Puerto Rican Medical Society. We thank everyone who donated (employees & patients) as we all Support Puerto Rico in this time of need. This picture represents supplies raised by 2 practices and our central office!
Friday, October 24, 2014
Several of our offices are raising money for Breast Cancer Awareness in October. Many offices allow their staff to wear jeans one day a week, requiring a contribution, our Orange Park division is selling baskets!
All money raised will be given to local charities in support of Breast Cancer Research. We encourage all women to maintain their personal breast health by routine self-breast exams and annual mammography as recommended by your provider!
Let’s all work together to wipe out Breast Cancer!
Monday, August 25, 2014
Dr. Paul Rebenack, Dr. Michelle Quinones, Malissa Kirsten, ARNP, and staff of SV S 1 all participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, on Friday, 8/22/14.
They not only donated to the cause, but nominated Dr Cantor's Division for the challenge as well!
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Neil Sager, DO passed away suddenly on August 18,2014. Dr Sager started his private practice in 1976. And joined North Florida OB GYN in 2007.
He was a gentleman, wonderful clinician, and will be missed by all.
Tuesday, July 08, 2014
Congratulations to Dr. Roland Powers, part of North Florida OB/GYN's Orange Park Division, on receiving the 2014 Frist Humanitarian Award in the physicians category!
Dr. Powers was the Commanding Officer in the 4th Medical Battalion, Marine Force, has served his country, community and the people of countless other countries throughout his entire career. Dr. Powers' medical-based volunteer missions, selflessly serving those in need, have included trips to Palau (2010), Mercy Ship (July 2010), Morocco (2011), Hawaii (2012), Haiti and Alaska (2013).
Congratulations to Dr. William L. Cody on receivine the OneJax Silver Medallion Humanitarian Award. OneJax is an Institute of the University of North Florida. It is an interfaith organization that educates, advocates, and builds community to promote respect and understanding that will overcome bias, bigotry and oppression. The Onejax vision is to be the catalyst that creates an inclusive community where difference is welcomed and celebrated.
Saturday, April 05, 2014
Thank you to all of our amazing employees at North Florida OB/GYN who participate in the Hubbard House's 5th Annual Setting the Pace for Peace Domestic Violence Awareness Walk.
This walk is a free, family-friendly event at the Jacksonville Landing . The walk gives our community the opportunity to raise awareness about domestic violence, remember and honor those who have been affected by it, celebrate those who have survived it, and connect those who work to end it.
Thursday, April 03, 2014
Dr. Cameron Greene has joined the Baptist Medical Center Beaches board of Directors. He is a founding partner of North Florida OB/GYN Associates and is currently the president of the organization. He is Board Certified OB/GYN and serves on the staff at Baptist Medical Center Beaches location.
Dr. Greene attended the Medical College of Georgia and completed his residency at UF Health Jacksonville. HIs areas of expertise include infertility, minimally invasive surgical procedures, advanced laparoscopic surgeries, and menopause testing/treatments.
According to Joe Mitrick, President of Baptist Beaches, "Dr. Greene's passion for providing health care to women will provide additional insight into women's health issues and concerns. His appointment to our board will help further improve the delivery of health care to women in the Beaches area."
Friday, January 10, 2014
North Florida OB/GYN and Brown Fertility collected more than 1,000 toys as part of a contest among departments during December. Dr. C. Cameron Greene, president of North Florida OB GYN, along with Dr. T. Michael Phelan, Dr. Paul Rebenack and Jennifer E. Lalliss, RN, delivered the toys to patients at Wolfson Children’s Hospital on January 10th.
In addition to toys, Dr. Samuel Brown, medical director of Brown Fertility, and his office collected $1,000 for the hospital.