• 1.Saint Joseph Hospital

    601 N 30th St


    0.95 mi

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By: anrdinomaha
CHI Health Lakeside
Lakeside was great for OBGYN! They have a fantastic team with Dr. Hill and Dr. Burke and I would give them 5 stars! However, this hospital is associated with Alegeant and their billing is horrible. 6 months after I delivered my baby we still were getting bills in the mail. About 8 months after delivering my baby I was having some issues in my upper abdonminal region. My regular physician was not available so I was directed to Dr. Keasling. The first thing she said when she saw me was to stop eating processed food and fast food...I am a registered dietitian who happens to be overweight since I just gave birth and I never eat at fast food restaurants! An ultrasound was orderd to look at my upper GI region. When they didn't find anything Dr. Keasling ordered a test that included injecting a radioactive dye into my blood to check the gallbladder even though there was nothing on the ultrasound indicating an issue (she told me this herself). I declined this test since I wouldn't be able to breasfeed for 60 hours, and went to see a GI specialist who actually knew what they were doing. I did this myself. Dr. Keasling would not refer me to a GI specialist. Then all of a sudden they came up with a diagnosis of obesity when I wanted to leave, and that apparently I had mild fatty liver disease. I took all of my medial records to the GI specialist at MidWest GI who told me that I most likely had a small amount of adipose tissue in my liver becuase I lost 40 pounds in the first 3 months of giving birth and losing weight that quickly can cause the fatty tissue in the liver. She also said she sees thin pepole with the same issue, and that it had nothing at all to do with my weight.If you are overweight or obese do NOT see Dr. Keasling. She will just assign a diagnosis of obesity and not actually look into the epidemiology of the problem.
By: karenw1968
Pope Paul Institute Physicians
Dr. Hilgers and his associates are great! They actually listen to their patients. The whole practice is built on immense respect for women. They see a woman's fertility for the gift from God that it is. I would recommend Pope Paul VI to anyone looking for a good OB/GYN and/or help with fertility challenges.
By: Dre S.
Dr. Jeffrey James Jenkins, MD
I went to Dr. Jenkins after the whole CHI thing. He was better than my old doc. He was able to get me in and made sure I was back at work quickly. His staff is pretty nice, too. Will be staying with him even if CHI gets their act together. Happy!
By: groomergal
Johnson, Perry, MD
Dr. Perry Johnson is the best plastic surgeons around. I have had two procedures done by him; and both turned out wonderfully. I would recommend him to anyone considering getting any type of work done. He is one of the best!
By: Celeste B.
Eric D Phillips MD
Very professional and courteous office staff. Extremely efficient and conservative Orthopedic Spine Specialist that truly wants to improve the patients' quality of life.
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By: Beverly s A.
McClellan III, John W, MD
Excellent surgeon, exceptional person. Knows how to make sure everything is top notch. He is widely sought for his expertise.
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