Offering Exceptional OBGYN Services
For More Than 20 Years
At Dr. Hyler and Associates, we are committed to providing the best obstetric and gynecologic care to our patients of Middleburg and Orange Park, Florida. Our physicians, nurse practitioners, and midwives have been serving women and families in the Jacksonville area since 1996, and it has always been our mission to provide outstanding services while emphasizing one-on-one personal care and attention with our specialists.
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Complete gynecological care is an essential part of a woman’s overall health. Dr. Hyler & Associates have special expertise in cutting edge technology, as well as vast experience providing annual exams.
Our providers offer patients a range of services addressing basic reproductive health, as well as individual concerns such as STDs, breast health, family planning, and more.
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Your first prenatal visit is generally the longest during your pregnancy, as it is designed to confirm your pregnancy and to determine your overall health.
Pregnancy can be exciting, scary, confusing and most importantly, life changing. It is an exceptionally rewarding time for a woman. It is imperative to have knowledgeable and experienced prenatal care for the healthy development of your baby.
Our goal at Dr. Hyler & Associates are to build a long-term relationship with you; to ensure that you and your baby are healthy throughout your pregnancy.
Coping with endometriosis is a constant struggle. This painful disorder causes tissue that should be lining the uterus to grow outside of it and in various other places. If you are currently struggling with endometriosis, or beginning to suspect it might be the source of your pain,
If you’re new at this breastfeeding thing, it’s certainly worth taking some time to review this advice from others who have gone through it themselves and have a few tips to share.
Birth defects are more common than you may think. In fact, about 1 in 33 babies born in the US has a birth defect, according to the CDC.