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Frequently asked questions


How can I make a same-day appointment with a Midwife in Citrus Springs?

Same day appointments are available with many Midwives. For the most part, clients who use Sofia to search for a Midwife in Citrus Springs can schedule an appointment and see the Midwife within 24 hours. You can search for real-time availability of Midwives in Citrus Springs and make an appointment online today.


How can I book an appointment online with a Midwife in Citrus Springs?

Sofia is a free online service that helps clients find Midwives in Citrus Springs and book appointments instantly. You can search for Citrus Springs Midwives by symptom, health goal or visit reason. You can explore Midwife services, book a virtual appointment, join group classes or schedule an initial consultation. 


How can I find a top-rated Midwife in Citrus Springs?

You can use Sofia to find Midwives in Citrus Springs who are highly rated. View each Midwives education, license and certification credentials. Watch their video introductions and book a virtual consultation see if they are a good fit for you.  


How can I schedule a virtual visit with a Midwife in Citrus Springs?

Almost all Midwives in Citrus Springs on Sofia have virtual visits available. Every Midwife can be scheduled online for either in-person or virtual appointments. When you book your session, choose in person or online.  


How can I find a Citrus Springs Midwife who sees clients after hours?

On Sofia, you can search specifically for Citrus Springs Midwives with availability after normal business hours.


How can I find same day appointments near me for Midwives in Citrus Springs?

Sofia lets you see real-time availability for Midwives in Citrus Springs. Many Midwives offer same day appointments.  


How can I find a Midwife in Citrus Springs who sees clients during the weekend?

Sofia let's you see real-time availability for Midwives in Citrus Springs. Many Midwives offer appointments on Saturdays and Sundays.


How can I find group classes near me from Midwives in Citrus Springs?

Sofia lets you search for live group classes from the leading Midwives. You can sign up for individual virtual group classes from Midwives today or you can purchase a membership to Sofia Prime for access to unlimited monthly classes.


How can I search for Midwife products in Citrus Springs?

Sofia lets you shop for Midwives products. You can shop health and wellness products from the Sofia Marketplace or go to your favorite Midwives page directly. 


How can I find live classes near me with Midwives in Citrus Springs?

Sofia lets you take live classes from leading Midwives. You can sign up for virtual group classes from Midwives today.


Where can I find a licensed and credentialed Midwife near me in Citrus Springs?

Sofia lets you search for educated, licensed, and credentialed Midwives professionals. You can ensure you are booking with the right Midwife for you based on credentials, language, and more.


Citrus Springs, FL


Citrus Springs is a census-designated place (CDP) in Citrus County, Florida, United States.

Citrus Springs was developed by the Mackle Brothers, prominent Florida real estate developers working under The Deltona Corporation to be used as a subdivision consisting of over 34,000 homesites. (Elkcam Boulevard, a prominent street in Citrus Springs, is "Mackle" spelled backwards.) The area currently has two elementary schools (Citrus Springs Elementary School and Central Ridge Elementary School, opened fall 2008) and one middle school (Citrus Springs Middle School). There are plans for an 80-acre (320,000 m2) high school campus complete with public park, but construction is not planned in the near future.

Phosphate mining played a major part in the history of Citrus County until the end of World War II, when phosphate mining largely moved overseas. The first newspaper of Citrus County was called the Phosphate Times.

The CDP is served by Citrus County Schools. Residents are divided between Citrus Springs Elementary and Central Ridge Elementary. All residents are zoned to Citrus Springs Middle School.  Portions of the CDP are zoned to Citrus High School, Crystal River High School, and Lecanto High School.

Citrus Springs is a vibrant community located in Citrus County, Florida, United States. Situated in the central-western part of the state, this charming area is known for its natural beauty, friendly atmosphere, and diverse recreational opportunities. The city's population has steadily grown over the years, reflecting its appeal as a desirable place to live.

Major industries in Citrus Springs are diverse, including agriculture, tourism, and services catering to the local community and visitors. The city's proximity to the Gulf of Mexico also contributes to a thriving marine industry.

Health and wellness are integral aspects of life in Citrus Springs, with several healthcare facilities serving the community. The Citrus Memorial Health System is a cornerstone of the city's healthcare infrastructure, providing a range of medical services to residents. Additionally, the city promotes a healthy lifestyle by offering numerous outdoor activities. With its lush parks, walking trails, and recreational areas, Citrus Springs encourages residents to embrace an active and wellness-oriented lifestyle.


Top Sites in Citrus Springs, FL are Crystal River Archaeological State Park, Withlacoochee State Trail, Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park.


Population: 10,246 (2020). ZIP Codes: 34433, 34434. Area codes: 352. Elevation: 95 ft (29 m). Incorporated: 1985. Area: 21.15 sq mi (54.77 km2).




What is Citrus Springs known for?

Citrus Springs is renowned for its natural beauty, outdoor recreational opportunities, and as a gateway to explore the Crystal River Archaeological State Park.


Is Citrus Springs a safe place to live?

Citrus Springs is generally considered a safe community with a low crime rate. Residents enjoy a peaceful and family-friendly environment.


How far is Citrus Springs from the Gulf of Mexico?

Citrus Springs is located approximately 20 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico, providing easy access to coastal activities and marine attractions.



Citrus Springs, Florida - Wikipedia

Crystal River Archaeological State Park

Withlacoochee State Trail

Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park

City of Citrus Springs


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