Given the increase in COVID infections locally, only patients will be allowed inside the office as of Aug. 7. Visitors will be asked to wait outside. Also, please wear a mask to your appointment. Thank you for your understanding.

Getting the COVID-19 vaccine lowers your risk for COVID-19, as well as the risk for everyone around you. Learn the facts about COVID-19. ACOG Brief on Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Women's Health Care

Our Dr. Shannon O'Hara is featured in this COVID-19 PSA from the Lee County Medical Society. An Important Message from Lee County Medical Society

Cathy Balogh, DO

Cathy Balogh, DO

About Dr. Balogh

Dedicated to providing comprehensive care to women of all ages, Cathy Balogh, DO, is passionate about improving women’s health and providing patient-centered care. She enjoys listening to and forming partnerships with all her patients.

A Southwest Florida native, Dr. Balogh stays up-to-date on medical advancements in obstetrics and gynecology in order to best serve her patients. She performs minimally invasive procedures using da Vinci ® Robotics and laparoscopy. She is also well-versed in providing low-risk and high-risk obstetrical care. 

Dr. Balogh is currently accepting new patients and welcomes them to the practice.

Education & Training

Bachelor’s Degree
University of South Florida
Master’s Degree
University of South Florida
Medical Degree
West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine
Obstetrics & Gynecology Residency
Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center

What Dr. Balogh’s Patients SAy

Dr. Balogh was wonderful! She took the time to talk to me and explain all parts of the annual exam. She was pleasant and I will definitely see her again!
Sonya A.*
I absolutely loved the atmosphere of the clinic and how genuinely caring the staff and provider was. I am really happy I switched care to this facility and know now I am in good hands with Dr. Balogh.
Margaret C.*
She is very nice, thorough, listens and explains things in a way that's easily understood. A very good experience all around.
Melody J.*

Patient names have been changed to protect confidentiality.