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Reliable Prenatal Paternity Testing in South Florida 

DNA Paternity testing determines the biological father of a child. This is done by comparing an alleged father’s blood or saliva and by obtaining the baby’s DNA through either an Amniocentesis at 16 weeks in pregnancy or CVS (Chorionic Villi Sampling) at 10-13 weeks. These methods produce accurate paternity results. To see if this option is right for you, please call and talk to one of our staff members. 

South Florida Perinatal Medicine offers reliable genetic prenatal testing at a number of locations in the Miami and Fort Lauderdale area. The prenatal paternity testing is done by qualified and experienced professionals so that you can have a definitive answer in a short span of time. The results are 99% accurate as well as legally conclusive so it will hold up in a court of law. 

It is recommended that prenatal paternity testing be done as early as possible in the pregnancy. 

Request an appointment for prenatal paternity testing today. South Florida Perinatal Medicine has many convenient locations to serve you. 

Get Accurate Results from Expert Prenatal Paternity Testing Facilities 

Determining the identity of your baby’s father is serious business that can affect his/her future especially in terms of health. Prenatal paternity testing at South Florida Perinatal Medicine is conducted under the strictest conditions to minimize contamination of samples and margin of error. 

What does our prenatal paternity testing involve? 


South Florida Perinatal Medicine is committed to providing the highest standard of healthcare to pregnant women and their children. We do our best to ensure maximum accuracy in prenatal paternal testing procedures. 

Call South Florida Perinatal Medicine to make an appointment for prenatal paternity testing at a location near you. 

If you are an existing patient you can access the Patient Portal to schedule a follow-up procedure, view test results, etc. 

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6200 Sunset Drive, Suite 301, South Miami, FL 33143, Office: (305) 669-9521, Emergency: (305) 669-9521, Fax: (305) 669-9735
11760 S.W. Bird Road, Suite 329, The Atrium Medical Building, Miami, FL 33175, Office: (786) 621-5300, Fax: (786) 621-5303
Mount Sinai Medical Center, Professional Medical Building, 4308 Alton Road, Suite 730, Tel: (305) 403-1234, Fax: (305) 403-0345
Mercy Hospital Office, 3661 S. Miami Avenue, Suite 610, Miami, FL 33133, Tel: (305) 403-7600, Fax: (305) 403-7663
North Shore Medical Ctr. 1190 NW 95 ST, Suite 204, Miami, FL 33150, Office: (305) 691-2180, Fax (305) 691-2182
Hialeah Hospital Medical Arts 777 East 25 ST, Suite 402, Hialeah, FL 33013, Tel: 305-835-7909, Fax: 305-835-9353