When I was a kid, I remember that going to the doctor?s office was rather a never ending nightmare than a dream. The waiting line, the crying kids, that metal and bored furniture giving you the coldest sensation that will continue on the nurse and doctor behaviors, if they were enough talented or wise human beings to answer your questions or at least remembering that if they studied hard was in order to help us, not to show off themselves.\r
Imagine, now as an adult, walking into an office like SoBe GYN, and in less than five minutes, frighten away those ghosts from my past. First of all the smile, not the fake one hiding the phrase: ?what took you so long??; a nice and authentic smile from the ARNP Jane DeNight, that you will later know is in charge of every little detail, since the very beginning you set an appointment with her, till you card is swiped, and you don?t regret having investing on your health, because you have just experienced how a prince feels after being treated like a god. I?m not exaggerating, for her every patient counts.\r
The atmosphere is fantastic. There is a nice balance between the old and modern furniture. The whiteness makes the place clean and safe ?which is every woman wish-; and there is the tropical environment that makes Miami Beach and SoBe GYN so desirable to stay, the sensation created between the wild and delicate touch of the orchids, and the rough and fresh idea of the sea shells will make you feel much better regarding your health problems.\r
For some women SoBe GYN also represents prevention, that yearly exam (including the PAP), that Jane DeNight will not make you feel like a bored routine, she is a great professional and a good friend, two attributes that we can hardly find on health care providers nowadays. SoBe GYN is a unique experience, worthy and funny. I believe women already found their spot or spa?I guess both.
Pros: Ambience, Service, affordable prices, customer care, waiting-room time, personal assistance, quality of care, professional referrals,everything.
Cons: Parking? It's Lincoln Road. Try always on weekdays and you won't complain about it.