Project Description

The first visit to a gynecologist is an important step in a woman’s life. It’s usually recommended that a woman has her first visit by the age of 21 or as soon as she becomes sexually active. It may be valuable to begin visiting a gynecologist at an earlier age if there are any concerns about reproductive health such as missed periods or stomach pain.

A gynecological visit is also an ideal way to learn more about pregnancy prevention, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and other topics pertaining to a woman’s reproductive system.

At A Woman’s Place, we take pride in the number of women who choose us for their first gynecological exam, many of whom come back year after year for their annual exams and pregnancies.

Why Have an Annual Gynecological Exam:

  • Arrive 30 minutes before your appointment to complete required paperwork or click here and complete it prior to your arrival
  • Be ready to ask questions about whatever you’d like, from pregnancy prevention and STDs to periods and your changing body
  • Be prepared to answer questions about your reproductive health, including periods and sexual history
  • Your physician will likely perform breast and pelvic exams to check for irregularities, as well as a Pap smear to screen for cervical cancer and sexually transmitted diseases if applicable

Visit Our Office
A Woman's Place
1660 Medical Blvd
Suite 300 & Suite 100
Naples, FL 34110

Phone: 239.513.0053
Fax: 239.596.0900

Opening Hours
Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Friday: Office Closed

After Hours Emergency:
239.498.3227

Please note: We do not prescribe narcotics after hours or on weekends.

Appointment Request

Online appointment requests are not currently available.

To schedule an appointment, please call the office 239-513-0053

Existing patients may use the patient portal to schedule an appoint.

Existing Patient’s Portal