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Dedicated to Patient Care

Dr. Gregory J. Bailey completed his Residency at UCLA / Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles and has been practicing in Gainesville since 1990. After practicing Obstetrics for 15 years he recognized a significant need in his maturing patients who were developing urinary and bowel incontinence and vaginal prolapse, conditions which affect more than 60 % of menopausal women. He founded Women’s Pelvic Health in 2005 and with a passion for treating these disorders, became board certified in FPMRS (Urogynecology). He has treated thousands of patients using non-surgical and surgical options and his office offers simple to advanced procedures including robotic surgery and Interstim neuromodulation. As a speaker and instructor at numerous conferences and cadaveric surgery courses, Dr Bailey has participated in the training of hundreds of physicians on advanced pelvic reconstruction surgery. He has previously served at NFRMC as Chief of Surgery and recently accepted a faculty position with University of Central Florida’s upcoming Residency program in Gainesville.

With new data concerning the benefits of hormone replacement therapy, Dr Bailey underwent a year long training and certification in Advanced Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy. His office now provides hormone evaluation and replacement therapies including oral, topical and pellet therapy. He is Board Certified in Gynecology, Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery, and certified in Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy. He is a member of the American Urogynecology Society and North American Menopause Society.

In 2016 Dr. Bailey began offering CoolSculpting – the first non-surgical, in-office, fat-reduction technique that is based on rigorous scientific research and provides reliable, consistent results. With over three million treatments worldwide (and counting!), CoolSculpting has quickly become one of the most popular solutions for non-surgical fat reduction.

Our Practice

With a focus on education and preventative health care, Women’s Pelvic Health empowers women to make the best health oriented decisions to achieve optimal health.  Women’s Pelvic Health is dedicated to the confidential and comprehensive evaluation of  gynecology, pelvic floor disorders, and bladder and bowel control issues.

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Aging happens to everyone, but aging-related hormone decline is optional! Hormone replacement can restore your vitality and delay premature aging. Replacement therapy is safe and beneficial for most women experiencing the effects of menopause and hormone deficiency.  Regain the best of your years with Hormone Replacement Therapy.

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From a slimmer waist, to better fitting jeans or a desire to look and feel better, CoolSculpting produces results.  Dr. Bailey is one of the first board-certified US Urogynecologists to offer CoolSculpting. With Dr. Bailey’s 25 plus years of surgical expertise and CoolSculpting’s cutting-edge technology, stunning results are possible.

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Our Team

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Gregory J. Bailey

MD, FACOG, FPMRS

Dr. Gregory J. Bailey completed his Residency at UCLA / Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles and has been practicing in Gainesville since 1990. He founded the Women’s Pelvic Health & Continence Center in 2005 and Women's Hormone Replacement Therapy in 2016. He is Board Certified in Gynecology, Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery, and certified in Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy. He is a member of the American Urogynecology Society and North America Menopause Society. He has previously served North Florida Regional Medical Center as Chief of Surgery and currently a faculty member at the University of Central Florida (UCF).

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Lisa Ferguson

ARNP

Lisa Ferguson received her Master of Science in Nursing, Women's Health Nurse Practitioner degree in 2002. She served in the United States Air Force until her retirement in 2011. Lisa has worked with underinsured and underserved women of the Dallas/Ft. Worth area prior to earning her Doctor of Nursing Science degree in 2013 from Texas Woman's University. She moved to Florida in 2014 with her husband and has worked for the Department of Justice, caring for the health of female prisoners and in private practice in Ocala, FL.

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