Dr. Gregory J. Bailey graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 1986. After his OB/GYN residency training at UCLA / Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles he moved to Gainesville, Florida to open Women’s Pelvic Health. As a pelvic reconstructive surgeon Dr. Bailey has dedicated his career to improving the lives of women, but also understands that surgery is not always the answer. In 2016 Dr. Bailey began offering CoolSculpting - the first non-surgical, in-office, fat-reduction technique that is based on rigorous scientific research and provides reliable, consistent results. With over three million treatments worldwide (and counting!), CoolSculpting has quickly become one of the most popular solutions for non-surgical fat reduction. Whether it's a slimmer waist, better fitting jeans or just a desire to look and feel better, CoolSculpting can provide transformational results.* Importantly clients who achieve the best results combine their CoolSculpting with a lifelong commitment to proper diet, exercise, and healthy lifestyle choices. Dr. Bailey is one of the first board-certified Urogynecologists in the US to offer CoolSculpting. By combining Dr.Bailey's twenty-five plus years of surgical expertise with CoolSculpting's cutting-edge technology, stunning results are possible.
Crystal Thompson is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner now specializing in Women's Pelvic Health. She brings a strong critical care background after 12 years at UF Health in various acute care settings. Crystal has also worked alongside in plastic surgery for many years and facial aesthetics as well. Her undergraduate degrees are from Florida Gateway and Santa Fe College. She completed her graduate studies and earned her FNP degree from Kaplan University. She is passionate about her patients and committed to providing excellent care