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By: Natalie H.
When I went in to the office for my first appointment after finding out I was pregnant I was treated very poorly! My medical needs were neglected due to Dr. Grady stating that testing was not "cost effective due to my insurance possibly not covering proper testing." Therefore since my insurance possibly wouldn't cover the tests I needed, he would not do anything at all. I felt rushed after he was in the exam room after 5 minutes of speaking with me, and the office didn't have many patients at all. When I called to cancel my follow up appointment in a month I told them I was switching to a different provider, the assistant didn't even inquire on the reason why. Not only have they lost myself as a patient but my mother and sister as well! They seemed very insincere and only concerned of running a lucrative business.
Although their midwives come recommended, the office staff, billing and insurance department are a nightmare! They lose files, file insurance incorrectly and don't return urgent phone calls. Go somewhere else!
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