What comprehensive women’s health care means for peace of mind

Our health, and how we go about finding care can be a frustrating process. We search and search to find a doctor we like, only to find that they are not taking new patients. So, when we do find a gynecologist we like, we want to hold onto them for dear life! The last thing we want to do is have to switch, just because we are in a different phase of our health. This is why comprehensive women’s health care is so important — it is dynamic, thorough, and collaborative so that you are always supported and can access the care you need when you need it.

If you are in the Coral Springs, Florida area, do not hesitate to contact Dr. Lona Sasser Obstetrics & Gynecology for your women’s health needs. Call and schedule your appointment today at 954-340-1050, or book online.

Comprehensive women’s health care from adolescence to menopause, conception to birth

It is empowering to have a doctor who can support the same woman throughout her lifetime. This relationship builds trust, confidence, and makes it far less likely to miss something crucial as the body changes and shifts throughout life. Part of what makes Dr. Lona Sasser’s practice comprehensive is our ability to adapt as our patients adapt. 

Whether you are just in the beginning in your journey of womanhood, looking into conceiving and starting a family, already pregnant, or just gave birth, our team is ready to support you. Part of our comprehensive women’s health care also means assisting you and working alongside any specialists you may need to complement your regular care. 

Consistent care through annual well-woman exams

Under the Affordable Care Act, women in the U.S. receive one free annual well-woman exam. This is every woman’s opportunity to have your gynecologist examine you and also address any health concerns you may have. Part of why this annual exam is so crucial is that it acts as a preventive measure for your well-being. By having an early exam, you can identify any health problems in their early stages. Comprehensive women’s health means also what you make of your visit. Take the well-woman exam as an opportunity to come prepared so you can also discuss things like:

  • birth control and family planning
  • uncomfortable or heavy periods
  • symptoms related to pelvic floor discomfort or weakness
  • concerns about sex 
  • and any other gynecologic topic of concern
  • testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
  • pregnancy test


Comprehensive women’s health care means centering the individual, the woman as the most important voice. It promotes clear, open, and nonjudgemental communication. Dr. Lona Sasser, Dr. Mary Squire-De Leon, and their office staff strive to make sure patients are comfortable and supported throughout their healthcare journey. 

If you are unhappy with your gynecologist or obstetrician, or just happen to be looking for a new provider, do not hesitate to contact us to schedule your appointment. We encourage you to read through our patient’s testimonials and read about us on ZocDoc. We are ready to provide you with the care you deserve.

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