U.S.News & World Report has ranked the gynecology program at Cleveland Clinic Florida as a high performing specialty in the region in 2012 and 2013.

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The regionally ranked department provides gynecologic care, focusing on benign gynecologic conditions and offers evidence-based care to its patients. Cleveland Clinic Florida is at the forefront of technological advances in the field, enabling our gynecologists to provide minimally invasive, yet safe and effective treatments for common gynecologic problems that previously required more invasive procedures. Some of these include abnormal bleeding, uterine fibroids, urogynecology, as well as modern contraceptive techniques.

The Department effectively treats common gynecological conditions, including:

  • Abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Adenomyosis, a uterine thickening condition
  • Adhesions (scar-like tissue)
  • Amenorrhea (missed periods)
  • Bladder and vaginal prolapse
  • Abnormal pap smears and cervicitis
  • Adult women’s health care
  • Uterine fibroids
  • Urogynecology and urinary incontinence
  • Urinary incontinence

Physicians collaborate among different Cleveland Clinic Florida departments and specialists to give the patient the best care possible. The Pelvic Floor Center at Cleveland Clinic Florida embodies this model of coordinated and specialized care by integrating the departments of Urology, Gynecology and Colorectal Surgery into the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction problems, including fecal incontinence, rectal prolapse, sexual dysfunction and complex lower urinary tract problems.  Cleveland Clinic Florida's Pelvic Floor Center has been designated a Center of Excellence (COE): Continence Care in Women by the National Association for Continence. Cleveland Clinic Florida is the first medical center on the east coast and the third in the nation to receive this designation.

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Ambulatory Gynecology

  • Abnormal pap smears
  • Contraceptive maintenance
  • Menopause management
  • Abnormal bleeding
  • Annual exams

Minimally Invasive Gynecology/Gynecologic Surgery

  • Hysteroscopy
  • Laparoscopy
  • Robotic surgery
  • Endometriosis
  • Fibroids
  • Heavy and abnormal menstrual bleeding

Urogynecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery

  • Pelvic Floor dysfunction
  • Bladder and voiding dysfunction
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Disorders of genital and pelvic support
  • Genital prolapse

G. Willy Davila, MD

Center Director, Gynecology & Women's Health
Chair, Department of Gynecology

Viviane Connor, MD

Medical Director, Cleveland Clinic Florida - West Palm Beach

Tamila Fork, MD


Claudia Mason, MD

Director of Quality (West Palm Beach)

Michael Sprague, MD


Francoise Veneroni, MD


Stephen E. Zimberg, MD

Director, Section of Minimally Invasive Gynecologist

Judy Abelow, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Cassandra Yusz, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Gynecologic Lab Tests
Laboratory test results may take anywhere from one business day to two weeks. We provide patients a timeline for the interpretation of diagnostic test results.

Guide to Surgery
To help you prepare for your surgery and to ensure your stay is as safe and comfortable as possible, Cleveland Clinic Florid has developed guidelines. Refer to this surgical guide for pre-procedure preparation, what to expect during and after your surgery, as well as references to helpful resources.

To help guarantee a smooth procedure, find practical advice and helpful tips on preparing for surgery in Cleveland Clinic Florida’s pre-operative patient instructions.

Bowel prep
Some tests or surgical procedures require your colon to be clean. Download a pre-operative bowel preparation checklist and ask your doctor which steps are required for your particular procedure.

Facts Surgical site Infection PT
Occasionally infections occur after surgery. Find information on how to prevent a surgical site infection from forming, as well as what to look for and how to treat an infection should one develop.

Download a list of prescription and non-prescription drugs containing aspirin, salicylates and/or salicylamides and non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory agents.

Post-Op Instructions
If you’ve recently had a vaginal or abdominal surgical procedure, refer to these guidelines for gradually resuming activity, managing pain, caring for incisions and what to expect of your body following your procedure.

How to Manage Post-Op Constipation



Post-Op Laparoscopy Instructions

Hysteroscopy is a procedure that allows your doctor to look inside your uterus in order to diagnose and treat causes of abnormal bleeding. Find out how the procedure is performed and what to expect.

A hysterectomy may be performed to treat a number of conditions. Learn more about what the procedure entails, why it might be recommended, and what alternatives you have.

A urogynecologist can help you with urinary incontinence or other problems associated with the pelvic floor, urologic, gynecologic and rectal organs. Learn more about these conditions and the variety of treatments available.

Urodynamic testing provides information on your bladder and urethral to help your urogynecologist develop an appropriate treatment plan for your bladder or vaginal condition. Learn more about this testing procedure.

Local Estrogen Creme
Local estrogen in a cream or tablet form is a safe way of improving the quality of your pelvic tissues and reducing the symptoms of urogenital atrophy. Learn more about why it may be prescribed and the benefits.

Pelvic floor muscle exercises improve urinary leakage and help to suppress a strong urge to void. Find more information on proper techniques.


Cystoscopy is a test that allows your urogynecologist to visualize the inside of your bladder and evaluate the structure of the urethra. Learn more about this procedure and why it’s performed.

Bulking Agent Injections
Transurethral bulking agent injections help close the urethra to prevent urinary incontinence or urinary urgency and frequency. Find out more about the procedure and what to expect.

Bladder training
If a suprapubic catheter is used to drain your bladder, you must track your bladder functioning and train your bladder to return to normal function. Get more detail on tracking urinary output.