Vasectomy and Reversal Procedures Suspended

On March 20th, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order Number 20-72 (Section 1.A.):  Effective immediately, all hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, office surgery centers, dental, orthodontic and endodontic offices and other health care practitioners’ offices are prohibited from providing any medically unnecessary, non-urgent or non-emergency procedure or surgery.
This Executive Order expires upon the expiration of Executive Order 20-52, which expires 60 days from March 9th unless extended.

So, until May 8, we will not provide vasectomy or reversal services.

If you are already registered to have a vasectomy and have paid your deposit, you may ...

  1. Cancel your procedure and get a refund of your deposit, in which case you will have to re-register online and pay the deposit again if you would like to proceed in the future after Executive Order 20-72 has expired, OR
  2. Postpone your procedure, in which case we will retain your registration and deposit, and you will not have to repeat the registration and deposit process. When the order is lifted or expires, we will contact all registered patients in the order of their original vasectomy dates, and provide new dates.

If you have not registered but would like to get "in the system", you may still register online. When prompted, indicate your preferred location; for a preferred date, type in 01/01/2022. That will file your record appropriately in our database. When the order is lifted or expires, we will contact patients in the order in which they registered (which we know because registrations are date-and-time-stamped). If you WOULD like to register now, please click HERE.

Thank you,
John Curington and Doug Stein, MDs