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Obgyn Care reviews in Gahanna

  • A
    Dr. B really cares and is the best Dr. in the state! I've been his patient for almost 20 years. He has been the same caring, professional and knowledgeable Dr. He delivered my 2 children by C-section and now my daughter is his patient. We wouldn't trust her care to anyone else.
    - Sheri C.
  • A
    My original doctor, Dr. Harmon, retired and so I had to choose a new doc. I decided to stay within the practice because the care I got from Dr. Harmon was so outstanding. I am very pleased with my choice of Dr. Cook. She was very kind and explained everything and took time for questions. I am very glad that I stayed with the practice!
    - Joanna B.
  • A
    Visited Women's Care Center for my annual OB/GYN appointment. As a first time patient, I arrived 20 minutes prior to the appointment time to complete paperwork. Upon completion of the paperwork, I was called back to the exam room within 5 minutes. In the exam room, the wait was also 5-10 minutes before I was seen by the Nurse Practitioner who completed my exam. She was very friendly, kind and had excellent bedside manner. She made the experience comfortable, which can be difficult considering the nature of the exam. I was in and out of the office in less than an hour and was able to schedule the appointment for the following year before I left.
    - Angie L.
  • A
    It went great! Again, I referred my daughter to Dr. Bokor and she is very happy with him. He's a great doctor. He's professional and efficient. He's easy to communicate with, and listens to everything you have to say.
  • A

    I really loved Dr. Boyles and appreciated her willingness to fit me in as I was having issues. She is extremely punctual, friendly, and never makes you feel like you need to rush as she has something more important to do. She really listens and

    took the time to go over everythign I had questions about. I would recommend her to anyone lookign for a good OBGYN.
    - Megan B.
  • F

    Overall, he was effective in helping with my HRT needs. Unfortunately, he was TERRIBLE with the endometriosis symptoms. His assistant was not helpful when I called to speak to him, not caring when i said that i was in pain and i needed help, and disinguine in her efforts to communicate what the doctor was supposedly telling her to tell me.

    My last appointment consisted of telling him, in detail, how much pain i was in, what my extensive history with this particular disease has been, and options of how he could help me. At that appointment, I was frustrated and discouraged that the disease seemed to be coming back after 4 years of being and quot;healthy and free of it, due to a total hysterectomy. He seemed frustrated about how to help me. I understood that and told him that if it's too much to consider my case in this issue, I'd understand, all he had to do was tell me. He said and quot;no, it'll be fine. We'll figure something out.and quot; That was almost 3 months ago. I've tried several times to reach him on the phone, only getting his assistant. She kept telling me that he wanted to call me himself, assuring me that he was in surgery and would call me later. That was 2 months at least now.

    I've had to find another doctor and my precious primary care doctor has been helping tremendously too. Based on this most recent action with Dr. Parker, I wouldn't recommend him simply because he seems to be and quot;running from a difficult caseand quot;. He has also chosen to not call me back and he has also chosen to not apologize for his unprofessional behaviour in not communicating to an established patient that was desperately getting worse from a pain perspective.

    This doctor is putting patients at risk who are genuinely in need of help.

    PERSONAL NOTE: I have had surgeries for endometriosis and post-surgical adhesions since 1986 - 2000 when i had to have a radical hysterectomy. I have been and quot;pain freeand quot; since the hysterectomy until this summer when the endo/adhesion pain came back at seemingly light speed. I hope to see a doctor this week who genuinely specializes in these things. This isn't my first pony ride. I have extensive experience with doctors, hospitals, etc. Things have certainly changed in the last 10 years.

    Thank you for reading my notes. I hope it helps someone else.
    - Wendy M.
  • A
    When I found out I was pregnant, I asked around for recommendations for a good OB and got Dr. Elizabeth Sabol's name. She is very friendly and the staff at the office are all pretty good. About 1 out of every 10 appointments I would have to wait for longer than 10 minutes to get in and that was frustrating, but with the unpredictable nature of pregnancy, it is to be expected at times. There was a big miscommunication as their paperwork still said they delivered at Mount Carmel East (along with Riverside/Grant and St. Anne's) which is close to my home and where I planned to deliver all along and even mentioned that to at least one nurse. At an appointment getting closer to the end (maybe ~28 weeks or so), I was going over my birth plan with Dr. Sabol and she was verifying which hospital and I said Mount Carmel East again and she told me that they used to deliver there but hadn't for a couple years now because of an incident on the maternity ward that she could not give details on. Anyway, I was very glad that her practice was protecting their patients, but quite frustrated that I had gotten this far along without anyone communicating this to me, especially since I know I definitely talked to at least one nurse about it. That and the sometimes long waits are my only complaints though, otherwise things were really wonderful. Dr. Sabol was open to most things I wanted in my birth plan, though she was pretty strong on wanting continuous fetal monitoring and an IV. I liked her fairly laid back style for most things and not badgering me (or even mentioning) if I gained more weight than the new stricter recommendations, being fine with me declining some screening that was not necessary for me, testing my husband's blood type to confirm he was negative as well so I could avoid the Rhogham shots, doing a quick ultrasound after an early appointment when she and the nurse could not find the heartbeat, etc. I didn't get Dr. Sabol for the delivery as she was not on call and I delivered on Saturday, but Dr. Russ did an excellent job and since my delivery was fast and the nurses were somewhat frantic, when he arrived he brought a sense of calm to the room and made everyone chill and lower the lights and just set up an excellent environment for my daughter's birth. He gave me a crash course in pushing and put me at ease even though I hadn't really met him before. I have also gone to Dr. Sabol for my follow up and my pap smear. She is knowledgeable about breastfeeding to the extent that she makes sure to prescribe the low dose birth control pill that is suitable.
    - KATIE & MIKE L.
  • A
    She quickly detected a precancerous condition which was being masked by a fibroid, and made appropriate referral for surgery. I requested a copy of my medical records during the process, and when I read them I was impressed by the professionalism. The records were objective and complete, and without subjective remarks about me. I felt like I was in good hands.
    - SHERYL H.
  • A
    I saw Dr Zochowski and she was fantastic. She was friendly, energetic, and took her time with my every question and concern. She went over my family history with me thoroughly. At last I found a good Dr. I highly recommend this place!
    - Charlie M.
  • A
    I have been seeind Dr. Parker for 3 years. I am menopausal, so he is helping me with hormonal balance. The reason that I went to Dr. Parker because he is a pro-life obstetrician. He has made a decision not to prescribe contraceptives in his practice. With our religious beliefs, he has been recommended. He has delivered most of my friend's babies. He handles high risk patients, as well as normal routine patients. We are pleased with him. He is managing what I am going through very well. My big fear is putting artificial hormones in my body. I use a natural gel that he prescribed for me, and also a natural progesterone that has helped me stay balanced. I do not have hot flashes anymore. There is not a problem getting an appointment, unless someone is delivering a baby. I could go to another doctor in the practice if I needed to.
    - MARY M.
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