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We provide a wide range of services.
Urgent Care Services Without the Long Wait 
    Pregnancy tests
    Suture repair and removal 
    STD tests and more
Primary Care
Gynecologic Care
Men's Health
Same Day DOT/CDL Physicals
School and Work Physicals
Blood Draw,EKG, and Ultrasound On-Site
We also perform a number of minor procedures, including, but not limited to,incision and drainage, knee aspirations, nail removals, IUD , and skin tags.
Insurance Accepted: Aetna, APWU, Assurant Health, Avmed, Cigna, Medicaid, Medicare, Neighborhood, TransAmerica, United Health
Payment plans available for those without insurance
Our Doctors
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           Dr. Donna A. Williams

 Licensed Medical Practitioner &

 Certified Medical Examiner

 Dr. Rudolph Eberwein 

 Medical Consult

Donna A. Williams has been a licensed and trained Physician Assistant for over 10 years.  She is also a federally Certified Medical Examiner. Even more important than her titles, she truly cares about providing her patients with quality and affordable care.


She attributes her 3 years working in obstetrics and gynecology as an assistant prior to the commencement of her studies as the main factor that peaked her interest for working in the medical field. "This is where I first learned to identify trichomoniasis, yeast infection, and bacterial vaginosis" under the microscope". She states that the other factor was being raised by a woman who was not formally trained, but delivered babies in the community where she spent some of her childhood, and could name just about any herb and its use.  


She enrolled in the Health Sciences (Pre-Med/Dentistry) program at the then Broward Community College and then completed her undergraduate education at Florida Atlantic University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. She went on to earn her Masters in Medical Science and Physician Assistant (PA) degree at Nova Southeastern University, gaining vital academic and hands-on clinical experience, which included general and vascular surgery. She has completed additional academic studies at the University of Science, Arts and Technology (USAT) and is currently studying for her medical board exam. Over the years, she has also been an adjunct professor at Broward College, Everest University, and City College, where she has taught medical lecture and lab courses such as Anatomy, Physiology, and Medical Assisting.

Dr. Williams has a wealth of health care experience that has truly shaped her professional career. Over the years, she has worked at 2 Urgent Care facilities, and 2 family practices where she has gained experience with a range of services such as incision and drainage, knee aspirations, removing nails, IUDs, and skin tags, and a number of other minor procedures.

She also worked for Manatee Gynecology, where she gained invaluable training in medical and surgical care of the female reproductive system. Additionally, she participated in the federally-based Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program for approximately 6 years.  During this time she tended to a vast number of gynecological cases. Concurrently, she focused on family medicine, which was her main course of study while in graduate school.  As recently as 2015, she filled a temporary position as first assist in general and vascular surgery at Bethesda Health.


In her spare time, she enjoys word, guessing, party games, dancing, playing tennis, walking with friends, and spending time with her family.

Contributed by Erica Brown 

Latest Clinic News
From NDTV Food Desk
October 9, 2017

The Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an International health campaign to promote awareness about the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. Every year, there are many activities and workshops organised all across the world to offer more information about breast cancer and also support those who are suffering from it. Your diet; the food you eat every day can offer many healing properties.  Dr. Sakshi Kakkar, Dietician at Paras Bliss, suggests that the following foods may help in reducing the risk of breast cancer as backed by scientific studies. 

1. Turmeric: The beautiful spice that is known to add a bright hue to your dishes is also known for its anti-cancer properties. Laboratory studies have revealed that turmeric contains an active ingredient called curcumin that could play a role in fighting breast cancer tumours. It also may have a powerful anti-inflammatory effect that could protect your overall health. 

2. Broccoli: Broccoli has gained a lot of attention as a breast cancer prevention food. Many scientific studies have shown that it may have the potential for blocking the growth of tumours. Other cruciferous vegetables like cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, and kale may also have similar positive effects.

3. Flaxseeds:  The lingams present in flaxseeds may help in decreasing cancer growth. It is best to soak them before consuming them to derive all their nutrients easily. You can have them as a part of a trail mix with nuts and dry fruits.kfast cereal or blend them into your smoothies. 

4. Garlic: Garlic contains several compounds like contains arginine, oligosaccharides, flavonoids, and selenium that may be beneficial to health. The World Health Organisation suggests that you should have a daily dose of 1 clove of garlic for general health maintenance. A particular compound called allicin present in garlic may offer anti-cancer effects by fighting free radials and activating enzymes that weaken carcinogens.

5. Apples: So, it is probably true that an apple a day can keep the doctor away. In some studies, apples have shown to reduce the size of mammary tumors in rats and also induce breast cancer cell apoptosis.

Scientists all over the world are still researching and trying to find definitive answers regarding the development and treatment of cancer. While these foods have shown some promise, more studies are still required to validate the same. Nevertheless, these are all good ingredients to add to your daily diet to maintain overall health and well-being.

Special salute to all my wonderful patients who have survived this monster, and also to my longtime friend Josephine Chambers-Lynch. May good health be yours in decades to come.

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