Welcome to Hibiscus Woman's Center Blog. Our staff will be writing great material to keep you up to date on trends with Ob/GYN. Stay tuned for regular updates. 


Online Scheduling

Hibiscus Women's Center now offers online scheduling. For our established patients, you can visit our website...

You're Invited

You're invited to celebrate National Midwifery week with us. On Saturday October 7th from 9am to 11am we invite all...

Cigna Contract Update

To all our Cigna insured patients: We appreciate your patience with us as we continue to navigate our contract...

Closed 8/30/2023

We will be closed Wednesday 8/30/2023 for Hurricane Idalia. We will reopen on Thursday 8/31/2023. If you had an...

Welcomes Dr. Lauren Lynch

Dr. Lauren Lynch is a new physician joining Hibiscus Women’s Center. Dr. Lynch was raised in Indialantic...

Cigna contract information

Patients with Cigna health insurance should be aware that while the details of the contract negotiation are being...

Prenatal classes for 2023

Prenatal Courses  Properly preparing for the birth of your baby starts with planning and purposeful study...

Welcomes Dr. Heather Lopez

Hibiscus Women's Center is proud to annouce the addition of Dr. Heather Lopez to our physician team. She starts in...

Wishing Michelle Liddy, CNM all the best

Nearly 6 year ago I was privileged to be offered a position to join the medical team at Hibiscus Women’s...

Welcomes Whitney Miranda, CNM

Hibiscus is proud to welcome our newest midwife, Whitney Miranda, CNM. Whitney Miranda is dedicated to providing...

Wishing Dr. Shannon Ingwersen all the best

Dr. Shannon Ingwersen will be leaving our practice as of 12/6/2022.  We wish her well and are grateful for the...

Viera Open House Cancelled

Due to the overwhelming number of increased Covid cases in Brevard County, we have made the difficult decision to...

Visitor Policy Update

Visitor Update as of July 26, 2021: With the rise in COVID cases and to keep all our patients and staff safe, we have...

Update

We are all very excited about the changes happening here at Hibiscus Women's Center. With increasing needs for...

Viera Open House

Our new Viera location will open on August 2nd, 2021. To celebrate the opening we are having an open house on August...

L&D Updates

As of yesterday 5/17/2021, Holmes Regional Medical Center has updated their policy on visitors in the L&D...

There is hope- coping with postpartum depression

There is Hope             It’s 2 AM, you’re awake...

Welcomes Ambber Harms, MSN, APRN, CNM

Ambber is an expert in high-risk obstetrics and passionate at providing evidence-based research to educate patients...

Accepting New Patients

Hibiscus Women's Center is accepting new patients for both gynecology and obstetrics. If you recently moved to...

Welcomes Ingrid Simonson, MSN, APRN, CNM

Ingrid Simonson joined Hibiscus Women’s Center in 2021 after graduating with her MSN from University of...

Welcomes Katie Martin, CNM

Katie is relocating to Florida from the mountains of West Virginia. She received her BSN from Marshall University in...

National Midwifery Week

October 5th to October 12th is national midwifery week. We have some of the most exceptional midwives on our team. We...

One Guest Allowed at Appointments

We appreciate everyone being patient with us as we navigate these difficult times. We are happy to announce that...

Genital Herpes

The most common types of the Herpes virus are HSV-1 and HSV-2. Generally speaking HSV-1 causes cold sores on your...

Surviving Menopause

Ever wondered why you were experiencing hot flashes in your 40’s? Or why you randomly wake up at night drenched...

Postmenopausal Bleeding is Always a symptom that needs to be evaluated by a Healthcare Provider

Postmenopausal Bleeding Is Always a symptom that needs to be evaluated by a Healthcare Provider Menopause is the...

Live Virtual Childbirth And Baby Care Classes

Properly preparing for the birth of your baby starts with planning and purposeful study, especially during these...

Communicating with our office

At Hibiscus Women's Center we want to be 100% accessible to our patients. However, we live in an imperfect world and...

Well Woman Exam

A well-woman exam by your OB/GYN should be maintained yearly. This exam can be inclusive of many different exams...

In House Labs

Did you know that Hibiscus Women’s Center offers an in-house lab draws? We employ one full time lab tech to...

Graphic showing COVID-19 procedures

UPDATE: Due to the rising numbers in positive COVID-19 results starting July 1st, 2020 guests are no longer allowed...

Summer Massage Special

SUMMER MASSAGE SPECIAL Did you know that we have an in-house massage therapist at Hibiscus Women's Center? Wendy does...

Welcomes Dr. Sara Elhusein

Dr. Sara Elhusein is a board-certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist. Originally from Michigan, Dr. Elhusein...

coronavirus update in a lab

We were informed late last night that new visitor restrictions have been implemented in L&D at Holmes Regional...

Current Infection Control Restrictions

Please be advised of our current infection control restrictions here at Hibiscus Women’s Center. For the safety...

Why Receive A Prenatal Massage?

Prenatal Massage is a therapeutic bodywork that assists in remedying many common discomforts associated with...

Thank You

We would like to thank everyone who has generously donated to our drive. We are excited to be able to deliver all...

Cervical Cancer Screening

            Every year women are advised to see their...

The Skin You're In

The Skin You're In       Pregnancy and postpartum stimulate a wide variety of feelings about our...

Collecting Donations for Brevard County Schools

I recently met with representatives from many of our schools in Brevard County. This was a great way to connect with...

National Women Physicians Day

On February 3, honor the path that female doctors have paved since 1849 as we recognize National Women Physicians...

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) - Michelle Liddy, CNM Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a health issue that...

Blog Posts from 2019

If you missed any of our Blogs from 2019 you can read them all here: Iron Deficiency Anemia STIs should you test...

Happy New Year

The Year 2020 is going to be a special one for Hibiscus Women's Center. We will be welcoming many new providers...

Holiday Office Hours

Please Note Our Holiday Hours Christmas Eve: Open 8am to 12pm Christmas Day: Closed New Years Eve: Normal Office...

Elizabeth Eason Retirement Announcement

We sadly announce the retirement of our dear friend and beloved Nurse Midwife, Elizabeth Eason. We all recognize...

Hibiscus Women's Center Welcomes Antoinette Ferry, ARNP

Antoinette Ferry has been practicing in Brevard County as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner since 2012. She...

What Your Pregnancy Ultrasound Can Tell You...

What Your Pregnancy Ultrasound Can Tell You… Ultrasound, also commonly known as a sonogram is a painless...

Iron-Deficiency Anemia

Iron-deficiency anemia is the most common form of anemia. Without iron, we cannot make a normal amount of hemoglobin...

Sexually transmitted infection, should you test?

Sexually transmitted infection, formally known as sexually transmitted disease or STD, is an infection that you can...

Ann Moore, CNM Resignation

Hibiscus Women's Center would like to formally announce the resignation of Ann Moore, CNM. She has made the decision...

Circumcision

Circumcision is the elective surgical removal of the foreskin, the tissue covering the head (glans) of the penis. It...

The Pink Ribbon

Every October, we are inundated with pink ribbons. Unless you have been living under a rock, you know it is for...

Hibiscus Women's Center

National Midwifery Week was created by ACNM to celebrate and recognize midwives and midwife-led care. Hibiscus...

Breakthrough Bleeding

Breakthrough bleeding is when you bleed from the uterus between periods. There are multiple causes but a major cause...

Medications in Pregnancy

It is best to try to avoid ALL medications in the first trimester, but it is considered safe to use the...

E.M.P.O.W.E.R This Saturday!

Our E.M.P.O.W.E.R event is on July 27, 2019 and we are EXCITED! We have announced our top three raffles on our...

Now Accepting New Patients

Hibiscus Women's Center is now accepting new patients. Please contact our office at 321-724-2229 to schedule an...

Hibiscus Women's Center is proud to announce the start of evening hours. It is important to be able to see your physician during a time that is most convenient for you. Evening hours gives our patients extra time outside of normal working hours to be able to be seen by our providers. The evening hours are on Wednesdays from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. Please call to schedule your appointment and ask for evening hours if that is your preference. ...

For the first time Hibiscus Women’s Center is hosting an event called E.M.P.O.W.E.R - Education and Mentorship to Protect Our Worth in Excellence and Responsibility. This is a community event for teen girls and young women to be able to come together to learn more about what it means to be a woman, discover some great resources, and learn how they can protect themselves from threats, bullying, self doubt, depression and much more. The...

Long acting birth control for teenagers...a necessary new trend... What is LARC? LARC stand for long acting reversible contraception. LARC  is significantly more effective in preventing pregnancy than birth control pills and other methods for which compliance of using is variable. Two types of LARC are available in the form of IUD or implantable rods. They are safe, effective and women like them. Both provide the most effective forms of...

What is a Midwife?

A CNM is a Certified Nurse Midwife who also is an advance practice nurse practioner.  A CNM is a licensed...