Grateful patient shares experience at new Pamela Muma Women’s Health Center

Bonnie Wise“I first heard a presentation about the Pamela Muma Women’s Health Center directly from Pam Muma.  I thought at the time that the personalized, caring service could be a good fit for me, but didn’t act on it at the time.  What I didn’t know then was that three months later, I would need a series of tests that would ultimately lead to a thyroid cancer diagnosis. Upon learning that something abnormal was detected in my neck, I remembered the Pamela Muma Women’s Health Center brochure that I had saved, clearly for a reason. I called the center, met the staff, and spoke with Dr. Edwards. Yes, the facility was beautiful, but more than that, I immediately felt comfortable. I became a member that day.

The staff was incredible during my thyroid cancer journey, they not only helped to schedule and explain the various tests and procedures, but immediately connected me with an incredible surgeon. It’s not only the medical support that’s provided by the caring staff that I appreciate as a member, but also the assistance through the ups and downs and mental anguish that comes from an unexpected diagnosis. I am grateful to the entire team for every phone call, email and referral. It’s because of that one presentation, that one brochure, and the center filled with support that I am moving forward to a healthy recovery.”

– Bonnie Wise
Pamela Muma Women’s Health Center patient
Muma College of Business Dean’s Advisory Council Member
Deputy County Administrator and Chief Financial Administrator, Hillsborough County

The Pamela Muma Women’s Health Center, opened in January 2019, was designed with the care of the whole woman in mind. The center provides primary care, concierge-style practice exclusively for women, in a setting that has been designed with their needs and preferences in mind. Patients have 24/7 access to their healthcare team and navigation for all specialties. The Pamela Muma Women’s Health Center is accepting members now, space is limited. 

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