Barbara was born and raised in Florida. She enjoys traveling, arts and crafts and spending time with family.
Your provider is available by phone for urgent issues 24/7. Call the office.
University of South Florida
Bachelor of Science, Biology
Master of Arts, Bioethics & Medical Humanities
Master of Science, Molecular Medicine
Miami Shores, FL
Master of Science, Physician Assistant
Annual Wellness Visits
Weight Loss Counseling
Urgent Care Services
Acute Care Visits
Well Woman Visit
Family Planning Services
Chronic Disease Management
General Adult Mental & Behavioral Health Services
Auto Accident Services
Repair of Lacerations
Minor surgery (removal or mole, warts, cysts, ingrown nail, etc.)
Minor injury care (cuts, burns, bruise, sprain, etc.)
Suturing and suture removal
Transitional Care from Adolescent to Adult
Carrollwood 12500 North Dale Mabry Highway Tampa, Florida 33618 Suite A
Florida Medical Clinic participates with most major carriers. Please consult your insurance carrier prior to your appointment to verify our participation status with your insurance plan. This list is subject to change and is not all-inclusive.
- Aetna HMO
- Aetna Medicare PPO
- Aetna PPO
- AvMed HMO
- AvMed PPO
- BC Advantage 65
- BCBS HMO
- BCBS HMO- BlueCare Health Options (Marketplace Plan)
- BCBS Medicare PPO
- BCBS PPO (Includes EPO, PPC, BlueOptions, Blue Select)
- Coventry HMO
- Coventry Medicare PPO
- Coventry PPO
- Humana HMO
- Humana Medicare Gold Plus HMO
- Humana Medicare HMO
- Humana Medicare PPO (Includes Choice PPO/PFFS)
- Humana PPO
- Private Healthcare System (PHCS)
- Tricare East
- Tricare East HMO (Prime)
- United Healthcare AARP Medicare Complete PPO
- United Healthcare Dual Complete PPO
- United Healthcare HMO
- United Healthcare PPO
Barbara Vargas, PA-C's Performance
Patient Centered Medical Home Report Card
Florida Medical Clinic
Dr. Curley, Dr. Kamath, Robert Carr, BrettAshley Montero, R. Scott Scheirer, Barbara Vargas
January 1, 2019 – January 2020
|Hospital Follow-up within 14 days of discharge||34%||50%||59%|
|Breast Cancer Screening (All patients)||68%||75%||74%|
|Breast Cancer Screening (Patients 50-64 years of age)||53%||70%||68%|
|Diabetes Poor Control HbA1c > 9.0||11%||8%||6%|
|Depression Screening and Follow-up Plan||70%||80%||65%|
Hospital Follow-up Within 14 Days of Discharge
Percentage of patients who were seen by their primary care provider (PCP) within 14 days of a hospital discharge. Following up with a PCP has been linked to reducing re-admission to the hospital.
Percentage of patients 6 months or older who have received an influenza vaccine. Vaccination has been linked to preventing the spread of the influenza virus.
Breast Cancer Screening
Percentage of female patients 50 to 74 years old who had a mammogram. Early detection is important to prevent the spread of breast cancer.
Diabetic Poor Control Hemoglobin A1c > 9.0
Percentage of patients 18-75 years of age with diabetes who had hemoglobin A1c > 9.0% during the measurement period. A hemoglobin A1c of >9.0% represents poor blood sugar control; therefore, the lower the value, the better. Patients who have a low hemogloblin A1c are less likely to suffer the side effects of diabetes
Depression Screening and Follow-up
Percentage of patients 13 and old who received a depression screening and a follow-up plan if the patient tested positive for depression. Depression is often missed or overlooked, annual screenings enables health care providers to detect and treat depression.
A survey administered quarterly to analyze the overall patient experience at Florida Medical Clinic.
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