The Levittown location of The Woman’s Health Pavilion offers Long Island women a complete range of OB-GYN services. In Farmingdale and throughout Nassau County, NY, women enjoy having convenient access to quality care provided by a team of caring specialists. We serve women from adolescence to beyond menopause.
To meet with a Long Island gynecologist or other experienced practitioner in Levittown, request an appointment using our online form or by calling (516) 731-9000. We offer same-day appointments for urgent conditions and can see you evenings most days during the week, or even on Saturday.
Hours of Operation
Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
There is plenty of free parking available both in the parking lot right outside our office and in the municipal parking lot behind CVS.
Welcome to Our Levittown OB-GYN Office
Our Levittown location is about 4.5 miles east of Farmingdale at 2950 Hempstead Turnpike, 1/4 mile east of the Wantagh Parkway, between Dunkin Donuts and CVS. Our caring team specializes in women’s health and we have a lab, pathologist, and 4-D ultrasound equipment on site. Whether you’ve never seen a gynecology specialist, are interested in maternity care, or have an ongoing condition you’d like to resolve, we welcome you!
To Our Levittown Office
- Travel westbound on Conklin street until it turns into Hempstead Turnpike (Route 24)
- Continue on Hempstead Turnpike westbound, crossing over the Seaford-Oyster Bay expressway (Route 135)
- You will pass the Target and Home Depot on the left in Farmingdale, and the Tri-County Jewelry Bazaar on the right once you reach Levittown
- You will see our office on the South side of Hempstead Turnpike before reaching the Wantagh Parkway. We are directly across Hempstead Turnpike from P.C. Richards, between the CVS and the Dunkin Donuts
- To access our parking lot, you will need to make a U-turn on Hempstead Turnpike, either at Division Avenue (near the 7-11) or at Shelter Lane (across from the Levittown Veteran’s Memorial)