Pittsburgh Obgyns

in Pittsburgh, PA

Obgyn Care Reviews in Pittsburgh

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Went to her to get a check up and to ask her some personal questions about my
. She took a lot of time to explain everything that was going on with me and asked me several times whether or not I had any questions. She gave me a prescription to get an x-
done and I went a few weeks after and got my x-
done and she herself called me about 1 1/2 hours after my x-
to give me the results. I have been treated by her several times and each time I feel like she is not in any rush and that she always makes sure that I understand everything and that I get time to ask my questions. She had been such a huge help!
- Katie G.
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The Midwives are a wonderful group of helpful, supportive and intelligent women. I had my first and third babies there, and would have had the second there as well, had they not put us on a waiting list due to being full. My pregnancy in 2010 was a stressful one, because my husband was in-between work, and we were using state insurance. The billing department was unhelpful and blatantly rude. However, the wonderful nature of the Midwives does make up for what the billing department lacks, and thus makes it worth putting up with the billing department to have a baby at
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The initial appointment is an hour long, and
went over all of the extensive history I was required to fill out. Subsequent appointments were closer to 20 minutes, and the Midwives have a great record of being on time, with the exception of an emergency. The offices are upstairs, and the birthing room are on the ground level.
partners with Mercy Hospital, and therefore, prefer ultrasounds to be completed at Mercy, along with any medical interventions which cannot be handled at the birthing center.
My labor and delivery at
was wonderful with both children. The Midwives and nurses were attentive, kind and helpful, without being intrusive or pushy. My birth plans were followed as I had wished, and the environment was the best I could have hoped for. A post-partum visit to our home was scheduled for a couple of days following the birth of our children.
- Steve H.

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Obgyn Care reviews in Pittsburgh

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I was able to get an appointment on the only day I had available. The office staff was friendly and very helpful. Dr. Bummer was caring and explained everything from start to finish. I was very much at ease during my whole appointment, which is saying a lot since I hate doctors appointment in general!
- Melissa H.
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I did not have any problems with this office prior to the pregnancy. They were like any other
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office I had been to. Not great, but not bad either.

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
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's, which takes a significant amount of time.
* The office does not have an ultrasound (what kind of office with 6 OBs has no ultrasound?) Again, you have to go to
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's. This requires a separate appointment on another day.
* 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
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to have them tell me what they should do about me. And then have me report back to them.
* 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
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* 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
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, 2 doctors at Maternal Fetal Medicine, a nurse at Maternal Fetal Medicine, 2 doctors at Genetics, the ultrasound tech at
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, and the blood-drawing nurse at
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(like, 4 times. But he's pretty funny at least.) And I've called my insurance company 5 times.

Pregnancy is already stressful, and I have morning sickness. Giving me the runaround is not helping.
- Ciera J.
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My 1st appt was about 10 weeks along- very punctual and positive appt. I have since had an additional appt with another doc (there are 3 in the group) and have been to both office locations. I have been very pleased with my experiences with them.
- Kristofer H.
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Since my daughters are going back once a year now, we called to make an appointment and the office was gone! Dr. J dropped off the face of the earth, no phone call to any of the 3 of us, no postcard that the practice was closing. We have called the office number, stopped by the building, sent letters to office for the post office to forward. Nothing! There has been no reply, no way to get our records so we can go to another physician. I am totally dissapointed and shocked that a supposedly professional physician would end her practice in this manner. When a physician ends a practice they provide patients' with the ability to have their records transferred no matter what the reason for quitting their practice. Any of the previous office/physcian experience has been ruined by this last experience.
Dr. J, if you read this...please do the right thing and contact your patients so they can get their records!
- Cindi H.
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Dr.
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is a great doctor. I really like her warm bedside manner and her competent care. She is very difficult to get an appointment with, however. It can take months to get in. I've used her for both OB and GYN services and she's great in both situations. I usually don't wait very long in the office (though in an OB practice, emergencies can always happen) and she is always willing to spend as much time as necessary to talk to you.
- ELIZABETH F.
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It's a busy practice, with two OB/GYNs. The benefit of this is that you'll know the doctor who delivers your babies. The drawback is that general gynocological care is provided by (very competent) nurse practitioners. Dr. Wiesenfeld's bedside manner is direct and he can have a dry sense of humor. I took a list of questions to appointments, and he always answered them to my satisfaction He doesn't provide a great deal of patient education unless you seek it out. However, over two successful pregnancies, I came to trust his judgment and philosophy. He is supportive of VBAC, is not quick to induce (for example if the baby is late and exam is normal), only suggests c-section when deemed medically necessary, and accommodated my wish to have a doula present and to deliver without medication. At the delivery itself he was FABULOUS. He took care to slow down the delivery when he felt that extra pushing might cause damage to my pelvic floor muscles (I had some problems with this after my first delivery). My baby was born with meconium, and he handled this expertly and with no fuss. I had three miscarriages between my successful pregnancies, and he was matter-of-fact about these too - reassuring me that this was very common (though I was pretty devastated). He's pretty unflappable, which instilled confidence in me, even when problems arose. I loved this practice, though I felt that I had to educate myself about nutrition, exercise, and developing a birth plan. I also wanted more support during labor (OBs don't hang out with you for the whole labor) - which is why I spend $500 to hire a doula (worth every penny). He's the best.
- MELISSA R.
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Every time I saw Dr.
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, she had an excellent bedside manner. She's relaxed and does the exam without making you feel uncomfortable. Although I only saw her once a year, during each exam she would ask me questions about my job or other parts of my life to develop rapport and help me feel comfortable. I was impressed that the second and third time I saw her, she remembered specific details about my job. Either she has a great memory or she takes very good notes in her patient files! No matter how she remembered those details, I felt she really cared about me and my health and that she wanted to help me be as healthy as possible in a way that worked for me. I highly recommend her.
- Catherine W.
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I love this group of all FEMALE doctors! It makes a huge difference to know the doctor you will be seeing, and I have never had a problem getting the appointment I needed so that I didn't have to miss
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. I have been to larger groups, and you never know who you will see. And men just don't have the experience that women do, sorry! I like hearing "when I delivered my baby, I did ______________ and felt ____________" That is invaluable. And their office is inside
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, which is also really great. Any tests you need can be done there! I would recommend this practice to ANYBODY!
- Jaime W.
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Abramowitz, Dr. Ira S

1022 N MAIN ST
Butler, PA

Adagio Health Inc

1 Hospital Dr
Aliquippa, PA

Adagio Health Inc.

1 Hospital Dr
Aliquippa, PA

Adagio Health Inc.

211 N Whitfield St Dept OF
Pittsburgh, PA

Adagio Health Inc.

619 S Pike Rd
Sarver, PA

Adam Duhl MD

1400 Locust St
Pittsburgh, PA

Advanced Ob/Gyn Assoc

901 E Brady St
Butler, PA

Advanced Ob/Gyn Assoc

2001 Ehrman Rd
Cranberry Township, PA

Advanced Ob/Gyn Assoc

333 W Main St
Saxonburg, PA

Advanced Ob/Gyn Assoc

20421 Route 19
Cranberry Township, PA

Advanced Womens Care of Pittsburgh

3928 Washington Rd
Mcmurray, PA

Agh Dermatology

651 Holiday Dr
Pittsburgh, PA

AGH Internal Medicine

1307 Federal St
Pittsburgh, PA

Agh Internal Medicine

320 E North Ave Ste 574
Pittsburgh, PA

AGH Lifestages OB/GYN

1307 Federal St
Pittsburgh, PA

AGH Perinatal

320 E North Ave
Pittsburgh, PA

Aletha Akers MD,MPH

300 Halket St
Pittsburgh, PA

Alexander Olawaiye MD

300 Halket St
Pittsburgh, PA

Alle-Kiski Womens Health

3063 Freeport Rd
Natrona Heights, PA

Allegheny Medical Practice Network

1709 Union Ave
Natrona Heights, PA
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