FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Separation of the Ob/Division from PPC

Will the location of the offices change?

The locations and the telephone numbers will remain the same. The new website will be www.pwcswfl.com.

What about my portal access? Will I still have access to my web portal?

You will still have access to the Follow My Health portal for results. Until November 30th, you will be able to e-mail our ob/gyn offices and providers as well. After January I st, you will be able to see all your results, but you will NOT be able to contact us through the portal. A new system will be in place to serve the same purpose.

Can I still remain a patient of both PPC and Premier’s Women ‘s Care of Southwest Florida?

Of course you can. We hope that you do.

Why wouldn’t I want my medical records transferred?

If you do not plan to continue your ob/gyn care with our ob/gyn providers, then you may not want your records transferred.

I am pregnant. Will this affect my ob care? How about my insurance? Will I have to pay any additional money?

This will absolutely NOT affect your pregnancy care. We will be accepting all the insurance plans that we currently participate with. You may receive a separate bill from PPC for services rendered through the end of the year.

Will you still take my insurance?

We will be participating with all insurance plans that we currently do and more.

I paid my OB deposit to PPC. What happens to that money?

Once all claims have been processed, PPC will refund any remaining credit directly to you.

Can I still get my labs and mammograms done at PPC?

PPC will not continue to offer mammograms and dexa (bone density) testing. If you have a PPC Primary Care Physician, then you can continue to use the PPC lab.