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    Health Circle is a  good old-fashioned family doctor's office, owed and operated by Robert S. Tomchik, M.D., a resident of the city of Miramar. We love our aesthetic procedures, but at the end of the day we are a family medicine/general medicine doctor's office. It is why Dr. Tomchik got into medicine in the first place, and it is our true passion. We see all patients, ages 2-years-old and older, for any and all conditions that are not emergencies (no heart attacks please, chest pain yes, heart attacks no). We can help patients with acute or chronic conditions. We provide stitches, diabetes managements, treatment for depression, ADHD (ADD), and anxiety. We offer wellness visits, well-woman examinations, and provide physicals to anyone who needs one done. There is almost ...Read More

    (Image ©Alaa Hamed) On our website we tend to emphasize our weight loss services and cosmetic procedures often at the expensive of our family practice information. So we just want to remind everyone that we are a family practice doctor's office as well. Robert S. Tomchik is board eligible in preventive medicine and has run numerous health departments. You can read more about Doctor Robert Tomchik here. We pride ourselves on being a family owned and operated business that has been serving the cities of Miramar, FL, Pembroke Pines, FL, Hialeah FL, and the rest of South Florida since 1999. You can come in and see us for any medical issue that is not an emergency (you should go to the emergency room for ...Read More

    (Image ©StockProject1 on deviantART) A new study from the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona (published in the New England Journal of Medicine) has found that one in five patients that successfully treated their type 2 diabetes with gastric bypass surgery experienced a resurgence in their diabetes within five years of the surgery. This number does not include patients that had bariatric surgery which did NOT successfully bring their diabetes under control. It is not immediately clear why so many patients' diabetes returned, but it is currently believed that the longer an individual has diabetes the more likely it is return. This is believed because we know that the longer someone has diabetes the worse it becomes. Many people believe that type 2 diabetes is ...Read More