CEO Spotlight: Women's Care Florida

About Andrew Mintz

Energetic and seasoned healthcare professional who can create and timely implement strategic and operational plans. Drives for improvement in operations, finance and quality with defined and measurable outcomes

Providing leadership to high quality, patient driven medical group located throughout Central Florida serving women for OB/Gyn and other related specialties. Creating cutting edge care models to ensure continued success as the healthcare industry transitions to volume-based reimbursement to value-based reimbursement. Bringing an already recognized leader in women's health to a new level of care and service to patients. Proving value to purchasers of healthcare.

About Women’s Care Florida

Women’s Care Florida (WCF) is a specialty women’s health physician group offering patient care in obstetrics and gynecology, gynecologic oncology, urogynecology, gynecologic pathology, breast surgery and genetic counseling. WCF has more than 256 healthcare providers that care for more than 350,000 patients annually, performing more than 13,000 deliveries per year and conducting more than 450,000 obstetrical, preventive, and gynecological visits yearly. WCF has 67 outpatient locations across Florida. WCF providers have privileges at 13 hospitals and are in-network with the major insurance companies. WCF was founded in 1998 by a small group of OB/GYN physicians. The organization has grown tremendously through the years by remaining true to its mission – “Improving the Lives of Women Every Single Day.”


Women’s Care Florida is committed to improving the lives of women every single day.


Women’s Care Florida will:

  • Expand services to provide comprehensive care for generations of women across their life continuum.
  • Deliver an exceptional patient centered experience utilizing innovation and engaging her in our team based model of care.
  • Foster a culture that inspires excellence in every employee.


  • QUALITY: Providing the highest quality of care through evidence based guidelines and best safety practices.
  • COMPASSION: Treating our patients like mothers, sisters and daughters.
  • EMPATHY: Being attentive to our patients’ thoughts and feelings.
  • RESPECT: Acting respectfully towards every person, every day.
  • EXCELLENCE: Pursuing excellence through continuous learning.
  • ACCOUNTABILITY: Assuming responsibility for our actions and behaviors.

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