Dr. Herman was born and raised in Ohio. She enjoys her spare time going to sporting events, walking her dog, reading and watching movies.
Your provider is available by phone for urgent issues 24/7. Call the office.
The Ohio State University College of Medicine
University of Kentucky Family and Community Medicine
American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
Kentucky Academy of Family Physicians (KAFP)
Scope of Service
Primary care for all ages including Pediatrics
*Note vaccines only available in office for ages >4
Physicals for all ages including Pediatrics, Adolescents, School physicals, Adult physicals
Annual Wellness visits for Medicare
Routine pap smears/Well Woman exams
All preventative health care including immunizations, ordering screening tests like mammograms, colonoscopies, etc.
Contraception/Family planning counseling
Early prenatal counseling
Chronic Disease Management (hypertension, diabetes, coronary artery disease, heart failure, chronic kidney disease, migraines, etc.)
Acute care services for non-life threatening acute illness/injuries
Work up of undifferentiated new symptoms/illnesses
Hospital follow-up visits
Management of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, etc. with potential for referral if severe
Minor procedures/surgery (mole/wart removals, skin tag removal, treatment of superficial skin cancers, skin biopsies, cysts, I&D for abscesses)
Coordination of chronic medical care with specialists
Discussion of end of life care, health care directives, referrals for Palliative/Hospice
New Tampa 15260 Amberly Drive Tampa, Florida 33647
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
- BC Health Options (Blue Care)
- BCBS HMO
- BCBS Medicare HMO
- BCBS Medicare PPO
- BCBS PPO (Includes EPO, PPC, BlueOptions, Blue Select)
- Cigna HMO
- Cigna PPO
- Great West HMO
- Great West PPO
- Coventry HMO
- Coventry Medicare PPO
- Coventry PPO
- Humana HMO
- Humana Medicare PPO (Includes Choice PPO/PFFS)
- Humana PPO
- Tricare East
- Tricare East HMO (Prime)
- United Healthcare AARP Medicare Complete HMO
- United Healthcare AARP Medicare Complete PPO
- United Healthcare Dual Complete HMO
- United Healthcare Dual Complete PPO
- United Healthcare HMO
- United Healthcare PPO
- Wellmed- UHC Medicare
Elizabeth “Beth” Herman, MD, FAFP, AAFP's Performance
Patient Centered Medical Home Report Card
Florida Medical Clinic Family Practice Tampa
Dr. Annilea Gunn, Dr. Elizabeth Herman, Dr. Richard Ina, Jessica Frome, APRN
|CLINICAL QUALITY PERFORMANCE|
|Breast Cancer Screening||68%|
|Colorectal Cancer Screening||80%|
|Diabetes Poor Control HbA1c > 9.0||16%|
|Controlling High Blood Pressure (BP<140/90)||77%|
|Depression Screening and Follow-up Plan||76%|
|Advanced Care Planning||39%|
Same day appointment availability
The number of same day appointments the department has available each month. Patients who can get an appointment the same-day they request for one, have better patient satisfaction and fewer visits to the hospital/urgent care.
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.
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.
Colorectal Cancer Screening
Percentage of patients 50 to 75 years old who had an appropriate form of colorectal cancer screening. Early detection key to surviving the disease.
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 hemoglobin A1c are less likely to suffer the side effects of diabetes
Percentage of patients 6 months or older who had an influenza immunization. Vaccination is a proven method to prevent the spread of the flu
Percentage of patients 65 years of age and older who have ever received a pneumococcal vaccine. Vaccination is a proven method to prevent the spread of pneumonia
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.
Advanced Care Planning
Percentage of patients aged 65 years and older who have an advance care plan or surrogate decision maker documented in the medical record or documentation in the medical record that an advance care plan was discussed but the patient did not wish or was not able to name a surrogate decision maker or provide an advance care plan.
Urgent Care Utilization During Office Hours (M-F 8AM-5PM)
Percentage of patients who had an Urgent Care Visit during their PCP’s normal office hours (Monday – Friday; 8:00AM – 5:00PM). Patients who seek care from other providers, such as urgent care, during their PCP’s normal office hours may indicate the PCP does have enough appointment access, or the patient’s perception is their PCP does not have adequate availability. The lower the number, the better.
Admits per 1,000
Number of patients admitted to the hospital per 1,000 patients. The lower the number, the better.
A survey administered quarterly to analyze the overall patient experience at Florida Medical Clinic.
Elizabeth “Beth” Herman, MD, FAFP, AAFP's Resources
- Treating Low Back Pain
- Treating Acute Sinusitis
- Bone Density Screening of Osteoporosis
- EKG & Stress Test: When you need them and when you don’t
- Pelvic exams, pap tests, and oral Contraceptives
- Pap Test when you need them and when you don’t
- Cervical Cancer Screening
- Antibiotics for ear infections: when you need them and when you don’t
- The PSA blood test for prostate cancer: When you need them and when you don’t
- Screening Test: When you need them and when you don’t
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