The following clinical services are offered at the Coral Springs Family Health and Surgery Center:
Allergy and immunology specialists diagnose and treat patients with allergic disorders including asthma, allergic rhinitis, chronic sinusitis, allergic eczema, urticaria (hives) and swelling disorders, food allergy, medication allergy, and immune deficiency disorders.
The Bariatric & Metabolic Institute, an integral part of the Shulman Digestive Disease Center, works with patients who are in need of weight loss through bariatric surgery (commonly called weight loss surgery) or non-surgical treatment options based on combination of diet/behavior modification.
The Breast Center provides patients with personalized, compassionate care. A team of experts works collaboratively to screen, diagnose and treat male and female patients with benign (non cancerous) and malignant (cancerous) diseases of the breast. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, the program is staffed by a complete team of breast surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, breast radiologists, plastic surgeons, breast pathologists, Certified Breast Patient Navigators dedicated solely to the treatment of the breast.
For more information on specific diseases and conditions you may download our free Breast Cancer Treatment Guide.
The Section of Cardiac Electrophysiology and Pacing is one of the leading centers for the treatment of complex heart rhythm disorder conditions.
The Digestive Disease and Surgery Institute offers upper gastrointestinal endoscopy for esophageal, stomach and duodenal disorders, and colonoscopy for diagnostic and therapeutic interventions for colonic disease.
The Department of Colorectal Surgery, an integral part of the Shulman Digestive Disease Center, specializes in both routine and complex digestive conditions, from functional disorders like fecal incontinence to colon and rectal cancers and inflammatory bowel disease. Our colorectal surgeons, working collaboratively with other specialties, are dedicated to improving the effectiveness of therapeutic treatments, reducing cancer recurrence rates, lessening treatment side effects, and improving patient quality of life.
Cleveland Clinic Weston Hospital is also the first hospital in Florida, and second in the nation, to earn accreditation from the National Accreditation Program for Rectal Cancer (NAPRC) administered by the American College of Surgeons.
Family Medicine practitioners are specially trained to meet the health care needs of not only the individual, but the entire family. Services range from preventive care, health screenings and physical exams to the treatment and management of chronic conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes.
The Foot and Ankle Center, part of the Levitetz Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, is comprised of medical podiatrists and foot and ankle surgeons that collaborate to provide the best possible treatment options and outcomes for patients with minor conditions of the foot to complex injuries and deformities.
The Department of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, an integral part of the Shulman Digestive Disease Center, diagnoses and treats patients with digestive problems and conditions. At the Ambulatory Surgery Center, our specialists use innovative diagnostic tools and treatments such as upper gastrointestinal endoscopy for esophageal, stomach and duodenal disorders, endoscopic ultrasound with fine needle aspiration, ablative techniques for Barrett’s esophagus, colonoscopies, and therapeutic interventions for colonic disease.
General Surgery & Specialized Surgeries
The Department of General and Specialized Surgery includes a team of board-certified surgeons who evaluate and treat common and complex conditions affecting the abdomen, gastrointestinal system, breasts, and organs. Our experienced general surgeons are skilled in minimally invasive methods, including robotic-assisted surgery and laparoscopy, so you have a faster and easier recovery.
Gynecologists offer outpatient surgical care for women including tubal ligation and hysteroscopy.
The Section of Hand Surgery specifically diagnose and treat conditions of the hand, fingers, and wrist. The hand surgeons and rehabilitative therapists work hand-in-hand with specialists within the Department of Shoulder and Upper Extremity Surgery. The goal is to restore the form, function and appearance of the hand as much as possible, as well as reduce or eliminate any pain being experienced by the patient.
The Section of Heart Failure within the Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute is where heart failure patients receive care. The primary goal of treating patients with heart failure is to decrease the likelihood of disease progression, thereby decreasing the need for a heart transplant, advanced heart failure treatments, the need for hospitalization and the risk of death.
For more information on specific diseases and conditions you may download one of our free Heart & Vascular treatment guides:
Our radiology department provides comprehensive diagnostic and advanced imaging services in South Florida, including:
- 3D mammography/Digital mammography*
- 3T MRI
- 3D upright breast biopsy
- Breast MRI
- Breast Ultrasound
- Bone density
- CT scan
- General x-ray and fluoroscopy
- Prostrate MRI
- Ultrasound-guided breast biopsy
- Vascular ultrasound
*Designated a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence (COE) by the American College of Radiology
Infectious disease doctors diagnose and treat patients with a wide range of both opportunistic and acquired infections, using evidence-based national guidelines.
The Department of Liver and Pancreas Surgery, an integral part of the Pancreas Center at Cleveland Clinic Weston Hospital, provides diagnostic and surgical expertise for diseases affecting the pancreas, liver and biliary system. Our experienced surgeons treat a full range of complex diseases including tumors, cancers and lesions using advanced techniques and surgical capabilities.
Neurologists work collaboratively with other specialists to care for patients dealing with neurological, nervous system and degenerative spine disorders. We treat a wide variety of conditions including Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, epilepsy, movement disorders, and strokes.
For more information on specific diseases and conditions you may download one of our free Neurosciences treatment guides:
The Levitetz Department of Orthopaedic Surgery specializes in the treatment of bone, joint and connective tissue conditions and disorders. The Department provides a full range of surgical options for the hip, knee, shoulder and upper extremities, foot and ankle, and hand and wrist.
Our non-surgical orthopaedic physicians specialize in treating joint and soft-tissue conditions without surgery. From joint pain and arthritis, to sprains, back pain, tendonitis, concussions and other chronic conditions involving the bones, joints, muscles, our specialists will customize a personalized, care plan.
Our ENTs perform a variety of procedures — from ear tube insertions and tonsillectomies to vocal cord injections and the removal of head, neck and throat cancers.
The Department of Pain Management offers a full spectrum of treatment options for patients suffering chronic and acute pain from disease, surgery or trauma. The department is directed by anesthesiologists who are board-certified in pain management.
The Department of Plastic Surgery offers a wide range of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery services all performed at Cleveland Clinic Weston Hospital and the Coral Springs Family Health and Surgery Center.
World-renowned specialists in Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine treat patients with disorders relating to the lungs, breathing and sleep.
Our Rehabilitation and Sports Therapy program offers the full range of treatment options including physical therapy, sport-specific rehabilitation and occupational therapy. Board-certified therapists create personalized treatment plans to restore function and wellness. Cleveland Clinic in Florida’s Parkland location, just a few miles away from the Coral Springs location offers a full-service rehabilitation suite.
The Speech Language Pathology Program specializes in diagnosing and managing a variety of acquired communication and swallowing disorders in adults due to disease, deformity, or disability from injury or surgery.
The Department of Sports Medicine, an integral part of the Levitetz Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, offers the highest level of sport-specific treatment options, performance enhancement and preventive care for professional, amateur and recreational athletes.
The Section of Shoulder & Upper Extremity Surgery provides a multidisciplinary approach for the comprehensive care of individuals with shoulder injuries, elbow injuries and/or disorders of the hand, wrist, and upper arm.
Our urologists provide the latest in diagnostic and outpatient surgical treatment techniques for a wide range of urologic conditions including laser lithotripsy (kidney stone treatment) and urinary incontinence surgery.
For more information on specific diseases and conditions you may download our free Prostate Cancer Treatment Guide.
The Department of Vascular Surgery specializes in in the diagnosis and management of carotid artery disease, aortic aneurysms, and poor circulation to the legs and the abdominal organs.
Cleveland Clinic in Florida’s Voice Center includes recognized experts from Speech Language Pathology who uniquely focus on the professional voice user. Our multidisciplinary team approach allows us to evaluate and treat problems related to the human voice and the physical structures that produce it. These structures include the mouth, nose, throat, and voice box.