Vasectomy in Ocala, Florida:

Wisdo Family Medicine

The Wisdo Family Medicine clinic in Ocala has been an active vasectomy site since January 2004. Dr. James Wisdo owns the practice and is kind enough to allow Drs. Stein and Curington to use the facility periodically to provide vasectomy services. Saturday vasectomy dates are listed in our Outfield Schedule Page. To schedule, call our office  813-536-1430. Staff are available to take your call between 9 and 4:00, M-F. During other hours, or if you get a recording because someone else is on the line, you may leave a message and our staff will return your call. They can also answer any questions that you may still have about no-scalpel vasectomy after reading about the procedure in the Vasectomy Page of The fee is $590, often covered by insurance and Title 10. A deposit of $100 is required to be scheduled. The deposit is fully refundable until 7 calendar days prior to the appointed vasectomy date, non-refundable thereafter for either cancellation or postponement. The deposit can be paid online during pre-registration, or by providing a VISA/MasterCard number to our Tampa office (813-536-1430), or by mailing a check or money order payable to Douglas G. Stein, MD to his Lutz/Tampa office (Douglas G. Stein, MD, PA; 288 Crystal Grove Boulevard; Lutz, FL 33548). The balance of the fee ($490) is due on the day of the vasectomy, payable by cash or check. Credit and debit cards are not accepted at this site, but you may prepay with Visa or MasterCard by calling your card number to the Tampa office (813-536-1430) during office hours: 9 AM - 4 PM Monday - Friday.

The address is:
2685 SW 32nd PLACE, Suite 500
(not to be confused with SW 32nd AVENUE)
Ocala, Florida 34474

If you get lost and need help, please call Curington's cell phone at 813-484-2104. The Wisdo Family Medicine telephone line is signed out to their answering service on the weekend, so we do not even include their phone number in this web page.

Please register online before your visit. That way, we will already have your demographic and health history information and you won't have to fill out more forms when you arrive. The benefits are numerous and listed in our On-line Registration Page.

Financial Aid
Most health insurance plans cover vasectomy. If you have insurance and you would like to know if vasectomy is covered under your plan, please follow the instructions here.For questions about Medicaid, please click here.
If you have no health insurance and your income is low, you may qualify for financial aid under Title 10 through the health departments of the following nearby counties: Marion,.Citrus, Levy, Alachua, Putman, and other surrounding counties. Click for details.

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