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By: Kiana J.
Gwinnett Physicians Group OB/GYN
High risk patient. Came in in severe pain a scheduled ob appointment and a male doctor I had never seen before came in aggressively and impatient. He didnt like my question about drinking too much water and possibly having symptoms of water intoxication. He told me there is no such thing. When I then asked him who he was and to identify himself he just told me to lay on the table...slammed the door...and left the room angrily. I went into the hallway and could overhear him talking down about me anf saying " who does she think she is asking me who I am?" Not professional at all for a man to work with women patients with that kind of demeanor. I later found out his name is Dr. Thaddeus Lancaster . Outside of him I have had a great experience with Crystal and the ultrasound staff. I didnt know I was being put into rotation with any Dr. Available. Terrible way to treat a woman in pain and in fear.
By: Michael G.
Gwinnett Physicians Group OB/GYN
Please also search most recent Google reviews. There are ongoing issues with this business. My wife had an awful experience at this place. They required both social security numbers and refused to provide service after an hour wait even though we have valid insurance. They have a previous Google complaint for charging a customer even when the insurance paid them. Some clients may not have a social security number and this business practice may be discriminatory. A complaint has been filed with ACLU & GA Medical Board.
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By: Angela P.
Gwinnett Physicians Group OB/GYN
Incredibly frustrated with this place. I love the midwives, but the office staff cannot seem to return calls or give you information. I got a call saying I needed to see a fetal specialist, but no one is answering to tell me why after numerous voicemails. Office staff isnt very friendly or helpful.
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By: Rayshonda B.
Gwinnett Physicians Group OB/GYN
I don't like this place for one they say no kids allowed but I have she people bringing they kids in there and also don't tell u much info about your health at all
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By: Hannah H.
Gwinnett Physicians Group OB/GYN
This place is very unprofessional. The nurse who is in charge of answering the phone is rude and cold hearted. Not everyone has the luxury of being able to afford insurance and to some people $60 isn't pocket change. I never signed up for Dr. Sutandi to be my obgyn the ER just randomly told me he was going to be the doctor. No one told me how much each visit was going to cost and that $60 was required. To treat someone going through an Ectopic Pregnancy like the way that lady who calls herself a nurse is ridiculous. How are you a doctor or a nurse if all you care about is your stupid $60 and not a patient's life.
By: ifeanyi.u.victor
Olan Comprehensive Womens Healthcare Center
Dr Emma is highly professional and dedicated to his patients. I strongly recommend him. Ifeanyi.
By: Michael A.
Gwinnett Physicians Group OB/GYN
I do NOT recommend this facility. They are very nonchalant when treating patients. They do not take the patient's condition seriously and they do not provide enough information during appointments. They act like you should know what to expect and what to do when life threatening symptoms develop. My wife has been hospitalized 5 times and I feel that there is so much more the midwives, nurses, and doctors could have done to prevent this. They would not write her prescriptions for a long enough period in between visits and this led to ER trips over and over. I will be contacting the powers that be and reporting this behavior and I am not alone. I have spoke to several people that feel the same way and something must be done to improve this. You are not only risking the baby's life, but the mother's life as well!!!
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OB/GYNs learn to treat infertility as part of their standard education. OBGYNs who further their training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility are known as fertility specialists.
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  • Intrauterine devices
  • Tubal ligation
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Women do not need to see an OBGYN to obtain over-the-counter forms of birth control such as male condoms, female condoms, or sponges.

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