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  • Dr. Provider name locked. has been my gynecologist for 8 years, through the pregnancy and delivery of two children. He is wonderful. He is friendly, easy to talk to, and very good. I would describe his approach as cautious but not conservative.  He makes me feel like a partner in decisions about my health, and he wants to accomodate my needs and interests, i.e. he worked very well with our doula at both births.  I highly recommend Dr. Provider name locked. if you are looking for an OB/GYN.

    The "B" for administration has to do with Provider name locked. , not Dr. Provider name locked. - they sometimes send me bills without submitting to insurance first, which is sort of annoying.
    - Kathryn H.
  • Dr Provider name locked. is a specialist in urogynecology, including the surgeries needed to correct problems following childbirth. He came highly recommended and has a very confident manner. He performed a sacral colpopexy, a very complex pelvic reconstruction surgery including a hysterectomy, in the summer of 2007. This surgery and recovery went well. Due to my continuing problem with urinary incontinence, he performed a urethral sling procedure (which is a much more common and less complex surgery) in 2008. My recovery was much more difficult than he had anticipated, and I experienced almost constant urethral pain. After two follow-up visits during which he visually examined the incision area on the outside, Dr. Provider name locked. said he could find nothing wrong. He offered to cut the sling in an in-office procedure, if I insisted; but warned me that I would have a 50/50 Provider name locked. of becoming incontinent again.  I returned home, having decided to live with the pain in order to maintain my active life (I was only 45).

    This past week (Provider name locked. 2011), now with blood in my urine along with the pain and difficulty urinating, I went to a new doctor--a urologist. It took her only 15 minutes to diagnose the problem because she bothered to do a cystoscopy to check inside my urethra. She found that the sling Dr. Provider name locked. had inserted had been sawing away at my urethra, which is now partially severed and scarred in because the sling mesh eroded into it. This may have happened because the sling was placed too tightly, or just due to its position. I now must have immediate and complex surgery to excise the eroded sling and reconstruct my urethra, with potential long-term complications.

    My complaint is that Dr. Provider name locked. did not do an internal examination with a cystoscope when I returned to him, complaining of pain after a surgery he had performed. Had we found this problem at my last visit to his office, the sling material would have been removed before it could destroy my urethra. This is a serious mistake from an otherwise highly regarded and respected surgeon. I warn anyone considering undertaking surgical procedures from Dr. Provider name locked. that you must keep insisting that he evaluate any problems you may have, and that you persist in getting your questions answered or else go immediately to someone else who is willing to diagnose the problem. 
    - SUSAN J.
  • I thought that it was a little odd that there was nobody in the office, nobody waiting in the office. It was very nicely kept and they do things like plastic surgery and botox. There was more information on botox and it seemed like that was the focus. The office was very clean. The thing that bothered me was that they were very bad with the billing. First they billed me for several hundred dollars. I brought it in and talked to them, and then the doctor said that I didn?t have to pay that. I was then contacted by a credit agency saying that they needed information from me in order to process the claim. They got my social security number wrong. Hopefully that is not going to go into my credit report or anything like that. I Provider name locked. ?t think that they are very good at their billing at all and I am not going back because of that.
    - LINDA J.
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