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However, the pregnancy has caused me to change to another doctor. The problem is not so much with the doctors themselves, but how they run their practice. Some examples: ...more />
* The office requires that you see a different doctor at every visit. I get their rationale; they want to make sure I have previously met the OB on call for the delivery. But you know what? I'd rather see a single doctor for the entire pregnancy and have a random OB at delivery. The way this is working, I have to give my entire back story every time I go in, and none of the doctors seem to bother to read my file first.
* The office does not take blood. For every blood test, they make you go over to
* The office does not have an ultrasound (what kind of office with 6 OBs has no ultrasound?) Again, you have to go to
* The doctors seem very rushed. And as I stated, they don't seem to have time to read my file before seeing me.
* The doctors send out for everything, including things that, IMO, any practicing OB should know. In my case, I have a fairly common blood disorder that requires me to get an injection. Rather than bothering with this, the doctors send me over to Maternal Fetal Medicine at
* When I received the instructions for my medication (an injection), they had no one on staff that could show me how to give myself a sub-cutaneous injection (Again: how many doctors and nurses do you have? Seriously? No one knows how to give a shot in the belly?) This required yet ANOTHER appointment with MFM at
* Three times now, I have been told that there is a procedure/test/consultation that I should "definitely do". Upon calling to make the appointment, I found out (two cases) that most insurance companies don't cover it and that I should call first to check (Luckily, mine did.) Of course, in the third case, I was not told this, and then my insurance company didn't cover it.
End result? I'm only 11 weeks pregnant, yet I've see 2 doctors at
Pregnancy is already stressful, and I have morning sickness. Giving me the runaround is not helping."
Dr. J, if you read this...please do the right thing and contact your patients so they can get their records!"
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