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Obgyn Care reviews in Bethesda

  • A
    Dr. Krinn is smart and up-to-date on the latest medical information regarding women's health. She spent a lot of time talking with me about the latest medical approaches and developments in the field of women's health, and also listened carefully to my concerns and addressed them. I appreciated that she spent significant time with me during my appointment. She has a very nice bedside manner.
    - Emily V.
  • A
    Was fine. The triage person essentially asked me the same questions as when i electronically checked in. Had abnormal or questionable mammogram and instead of calling or emailing me, they sent me a letter which I did not receive and then received a certified letter (after I had already been alerted by Washington Radiology). As a physician myself, I understand how busy docs can be but also pride our practice in informing patients/parents of abnormalities or followups needed
    - Monika W.
  • A

    I think he is very competent. He is very amiable and loving but you feel very comfortable and secure with how competent he is. The office environment is very light while still getting the necessary things done.

    He's like a normal person that you can talk to about normal things while getting your OB, which obviously can be a little intimate. So that is a huge plus.

    Even the medical aspects, I was awake the whole time he was doing a C-Section and he was very calm and collected. I can tell he is a doctor that even works well under stress or duress, so that instills a lot of confidence.


    - Amanda L.
  • A
    I used to dread seeing the gynecologist, but Dr. Seghi and others at Reiter Hill et al. have done a lot to make the process as pleasant as possible. The admin and nursing staff are friendly, the offices are warm and welcoming, and I have confidence in Dr. Sedghi. She answers my questions clearly and honestly, and understands that I like a straightforward approach.
    - Jack f.
  • A
    It's a practice of like 14 doctors and I don't know how many midwives. So you can get an appointment really fast. I've been using them since I moved here in 2008. I like them. They delivered my first son. They'll be delivering my second son. I'm due in October. I'm seeing them quite often.
    - Katia C.
  • A
    Obviously it's a big deal to have a child. We had some miscommunication at one point about a thing in general and they took care of it extremely professionally. They were very punctual. The doctors and the practice have been exceptional. The staff like the nurses and everybody were great.
    - Gayle and Zack M.
  • A
    I have been going to this practice for about 10 years. They were good before I had my daughter and during the pregrancy and delivery of my daughter. I have no complaints about this practice except for the minor puctuality issue. Drs. Green and Pardo have excellent bedside manner. They are very supportive through the ups and downs of pregnancy.
    - Katya H.
  • D
    I have been going to this office for several years for my annual exam (first at the Wisconsin Ave office and now at the new office on Friendship Blvd). For that alone I would give them a B. Everyone is nice, but the office is very big and impersonal and it's impossible to get a doctor on the phone to talk about test results and things like that. Dealing with them once a year was not annoying enough to prompt me to find a new doctor, though, until my experience this year.
    This year I got pregnant - three times - and unfortunately two of those pregnancies ended in miscarriage. This review focuses only on the last two since I didn't make it to the doctor before miscarrying the first. Although everyone was nice enough one-on-one, the office's inability to offer truly personal care made an already stressful and painful experience that much worse. Not being able to talk to a doctor and having to communicate with them through receptionists and nurses who can't (or aren't allowed to) really answer questions is one thing when you just have a yeast infection, but it becomes unbearable when you are trying to understand whether or not your pregnancy is ending. In addition, every time I called or showed up I had to explain my situation all over again, a frustrating and alienating experience. One time, I was scheduling a follow up after an exam and the woman cheerfully asked me how far along I was, forcing me to announce - in a room full of happy pregnant women and babies - that no one could really tell because I was miscarrying. Even after they sent me home to have my miscarriage, no one called as a follow up to check on me or anything. I had to call them to let them know what was happening and ask what to do next.
    I got pregnant again last month (my third pregnancy now) and again my initial blood work suggested the pregnancy may not be viable. I was desperate for my follow up test results but was going to be traveling and my cell phone service would be spotty. I explained this to the nurse who said the results would be available Monday morning and to call to make sure I got them. I called around 11 am and they said someone would call me back. By 2pm no one had called and I knew I would be losing service soon, so I called back. I was practically in tears talking to the receptionist trying to explain my situation and begging that she find someone to give me my results because this was my last chance to get them that day, but she just kept saying someone would call me back. She was very dismissive and practically hung up on me. They didn't call me until after 3:30, and by then I was out of reach and didn't get the message until the next day. My results were good, and I was relieved. I felt bad for acting like a hysterical pregnant lady, but after two miscarriages and a third and quot;your results are kind of lowand quot; message from the nurse I think my anxiety was understandable. None of that seemed to register with them, though.
    I understand a big office has to have streamlined procedures and I don't expect everyone to always remember my name/face, and I'm not saying I needed this office to be my entire emotional support system. However, I do expect processes that will not make an already difficult situation worse, and I expect doctors to consider a patient's individual needs in dealing with her. This office seems to prioritize efficiency and managing a large number of patients, and the result is an inability to treat anyone as an individual, which can really blow up in your face when you're dealing with something as sensitive as pregnancy. I will never go back there.
    - Antonella R.
  • A
    Dr. Fraga is very direct and straightforward in her approach.  I also believe she is very competent and thorough. I have been going to her for several years.  She will push you a bit into doing what she feels is right (for example, getting a long overdue colonoscopy - which I finally got), but it is because she is concerned for your best interest.  She also talked me into having BRCA testing (I am a breast cancer survivor, and had other related cancers in the family).  I had been reluctant to do this testing for years, and was somewhat in denial.  Other doctors had advised me to get tested, but Dr. Fraga finally gave me some straight talk - the end result was that I got tested and was negative - which ended up being a relief.   I trust her, believe she is excellent at what she does, and will continue to see her.  I have waited a while in her office, but I don't necessarily see that as a negative, because she spends the time needed with each patient. 
    - Cynthia D.
  • A
    He is always punctual, kind, gentle exam, reassuring. He is a top doctor in Washingtonian year after year. Downside: No insurance taken except maybe Medicare. But he is worth it. He and Dr. Bergin no longer deliver babies. Bergin is fine, too. The office staff is outstanding, very responsive. They schedule well. I never wait more than 5 mins and often go right in.
    - KATHERINE Y.
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