This OB doesn't listen to her patients, based on my personal experience as a pregnant mom. She says hello to you before she even enters the room, rarely makes eye contact and sits at a desk in the room, facing the wall, not the patient, while you talk to her. She will face you and talk to you, only if you are talking about something that interests her, and that is definitely not your well-being. She actually let me go pre-eclamptic, because she was obsessed with both my children being born on the same day, two years apart. I had explained that I had gone pre-eclamptic with my first child, and I was worried about doing the same with my second child, since my pre-eclamptic symptoms were stroke-like, in nature, i.e. loss of peripheral vision, numbness, inability to speak clearly, etc. My children's due dates were only one day apart, and she was convinced that the best thing was for them to have the same birthday, two years apart, and was willing, and did sacrifice my health to achieve this. I did go pre-eclamptic, complete with stroke-like symptoms, while driving and did get induced, emergently. I was actually sitting in her office, with loss of peripheral vision and inability to speak clearly, as if I were having a stroke, and no one but the receptionist, noticed anything was wrong. I was there to get my medical records, so I could go to another OB, but it was too late. Neither the office staff nor the MD knew I was changing MDs. I simply told them I wanted my records for the baby book. Anyway, having my history of pre-eclampsia, some medical staff in the office should have taken my bloodpressure to see if it was elevated, but no one did. They let me walk right out of the office, and drive home, with my two year old daughter in the backseat. Obviously, not only my vision was blurred and decreased, but so was my judgement. Anyway, I ended up on bloodpressure medicines that prevented me from breast feeding my last child. Do not use this doctor!
Pros: Receptionist and non-medical staff is friendly
Cons: Read my review. It says it all.