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Recent Obgyn Care Reviews in West Point

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    WomanCare
    They have such great ratings, we actually traveled a long way. They were amazing! Their office is comfortable and I had an amazing birthing experience.
    - Caitlin C.
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    Obgyn Association of Southern Indiana
    Arrived to my appointment a few minutes early and signed in. Within 5-7 minutes I was called back to get my vitals taken and then ushered to a patient room. After just a few minutes I met with my midwife Carla Layne,CNM. We went over the heart rate and growth of my baby and also spoke about some health issues pertaining to me. She was very thorough in answering my questions and explaining treatments. I would recommend Carla Layne, CNM to anyone looking for a friendly midwife to work with.
    - Shannon K.
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    Susan Bornstein MD
    I have been a patient of Dr. Bornstein's for many years. She is very knowledgable -- an excellent doctor -- and very kind. Dr. Bornstein is very thorough and takes the time needed to answer questions and explain things. Her staff (nurses and lay staff) are all very helpful. I would (and have!) recommended Dr. Bornstein to friends and family.
    - Melony L.
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    WomanCare
    The midwife model is very different from my experience with an OBGYN previously and likely different than the OBGYNs in this group. I think pregnancy should be handled as much like a natural, healthy life event as possible and if circumstances allow. Personally I prefer fewer tests, minimal interventions during labor and the support of midwives who are comfortable recommending non-pharmaceutical pain relief such as changing positions during labor, breathing, walking, etc. I don't have crazy, hippie ideas about it- I just want to try those things first. Beth and Allison were recommended to me because they support “natural births” and even though the baby isn’t due until May, I am already much happier with my experience. They develop a birth plan with all of their patients that outline a woman's laboring preferences so that these things are discussed before the big day. Their general outlook is to plan for a healthy, normal pregnancy until there is an indication of trouble. (By comparison, I felt like my previous OBGYN was looking for something to go wrong and when it did, the baby was breech, offered a c-section as my only option.) That means I’ve only had one pelvic exam and one round of blood tests throughout my entire pregnancy. We’ve spent much more time talking about my general health and planning for delivery. Appointments have been consistently quick and on-time. They have never made me wait longer than 15 minutes past my scheduled appointment.
    - Amy J.
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    WomanCare
    I sought out Woman Care because I was interested in the midwife model of care and they are the only midwives with hospital delivery privileges in the Louisville area. I couldn't be more pleased with the entire experience. Midwives are different from most OBs in that they perform fewer tests, fewer exams and fewer interventions in the delivery room. They have all the same resources but do not intervene unless there is an indication of trouble. In the delivery room they support and quot;naturaland quot; unmedicated delivery if that's the mother's preference. Pain medicine is available, and I took advantage of it, but they encourage the use of walking, massage, and a warm tub to deal with pain first. I chose this instead of an epideral and felt like they were better prepared and willing to support this choice. Perhaps more importantly, they try to avoid c-sections unless medically necessary and provide care accordingly. I preferred this type of care and found it to be remarkably different from my OB experience with my first son. The midwives at Woman Care, Beth and Allison, are wonderful. Both had an excellent bedside manner and treat the women they care for more like friends and sisters than patients. We discussed a birth plan and my care was based on that. It was a more conversational experience than I have had with other doctors. Prenatal checkups were quick and I never had to wait longer than ten minutes past my appointment.
    - Amy J.
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    Total Woman OB/GYN
    They are friendly and have a good bedside manner. The facilities are very nice. They have a comfortable waiting room that is very large and has lots of chairs and TV.
    - Sarah S.
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    Women First of Louisville PLLC
    I was diagnosed by another doctor and a treatment plan was created. However, he wanted to perform an abdominal incision. This type of hysterectomy is not only incredibly painful, but will slow healing times dramatically. I sought out Dr. Warren because she specializes in minimally invasive hysterectomies. My case was severe, it involved other organs and was going to be difficult to perform the surgery via laparoscope. Dr. Warren explained exactly what was wrong, what needed to be done, and she enlisted the help of a general surgeon to ensure I had the best people around me if anything went wrong .Had I used the other doctor, I would have had at least a 6and quot; incision in my abdomen and six weeks of recovery. Dr. Warren performed this difficult surgery via laparoscope, and two weeks later, I'm amazed at how little pain I've had. My recovery time has been cut in half. I highly recommend the staff at Women First. The whole team is professional. Changing doctors was the best decision I ever made.
    - Jaime H.
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    Women First of Louisville
    I was impressed with the efficiency and order in the office. Check-in was easy, the staff was helpful, and the lobby/waiting area were clean and had a good atmosphere. This is obviously a VERY BUSY practice, but they handle the volume well. As part of my initial visit, I received an ultrasound, blood work, and an initial visit with a nurse practitioner. Everyone was very professional and kind. I have not yet met my doctor; that appointment is at the end of the first trimester in a few weeks, but I already feel comfortable and in good hands.
    - Jenny H.
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    Baptist Healthcare Systems
    They've kept me alive for the last four years so I'm pretty happy with them! My health has definitely improved!
    - Susan T.
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    Reid, Alison
    I saw Alison Reid, one of the Certified Nurse Midwives with WomanCare. It was the end of the year and my previous doctor had not reminded me it was time for my appointment, so I was overdue. I called the office of WomanCare and they got me in the next week, the last week of the year so that I would still have my appointment before the end of the calendar year. When I arrived, the office was having computer malfunctions, but they were very nice about it and took my information the "old fashioned way." They were not freaking out about their computers at all. I waited hardly any time at all in the waiting room, and was taken in for my blood pressure, weight, history, etc. Soon I was in a room and waiting for Alison. She was in quickly, and we talked for a bit. She talked about the care she gives as a CNM, and their philosophy. One interesting note is that she doesn't use stirrups for the pap. That was rather nice! She made me feel completely comfortable about asking any questions.
    - Mary Kathryn D.
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