Located in the heart of Wilton Manors, Rowan Tree Medical is a private practice that specializes in LGBT health. The combined expertise of our providers makes us uniquely qualified to manage the healthcare needs of South Florida’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender population.
Please see the doctor pages for specific provider credentials.
***** Important Information Regarding Your FMLA *****
Please make sure that you allow a minimum of two weeks prior to the due date of your FMLA, when you submit it to us for completion. Your employer notifies you well in advance prior to the renewal period. We cannot be responsible for any issues that occur, because we have not received your FMLA in an adequate time frame. Also please make sure your portion is completed and signed before submission.
Ancillary Fee Schedule & Disclaimers
- Returned checks will be charged $25, plus bank fees and the amount of the check, and future payments by check will not be accepted.
- A fee of $20 will be assessed for forms requiring physician’s documentation. This includes but is not limited to FMLA and disability. A fee is not assessed for letters including “sick notes” issued during an appointment.
- A fee of $15 will be assessed for “injection only” apointments that do not require seeing a physician. This includes injections such as testosterone and B12. This does not include injections requiring a physician visit such as Hepatitis B immunization or injected antibiotics.
- A missed (no show) appointment will be charged $30. Same day cancellations are considered a missed appointment. Walk-in appointments are typically not accommodated; please call ahead for scheduling availability. Cash pay is accepted. Clients must be 18 years of age or older to be seen.
- If your insurance will be changing or has changed, please contact your insurance and ask if your provider is within your network. Since the insurance industry is ever changing, it isn’t feasible for us to follow every change the industry makes.
Pursuant to Florida State Legislative Bill CS/CS/HB 7095 (http://www.myfloridahouse.gov/sections/Bills/billsdetail.aspx?BillId=46705) (effective July 1, 2011), our physicians can no longer write prescriptions for certain controlled substances. If you need pain medications, you will be referred to Pain Management. These rules apply to NEW and EXISTING patients. If you have any questions about these rules, please speak with the office manager or your doctor. All controlled substance prescriptions and refills require an office visit.