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10/25/2017
By: Alecia G.
St Clair Shores Ob Gyn
Dr. McCarren is the only reason I stayed at this office during my pregnancy and only reason this office should have over a zero. She’s so nice and professional and really makes sure you understand what’s going on. The NP here just goes through the motions and when I asked her what I could expect going into my second trimester (first time mother) her response was “the usual” and walked out of the room. The owner and main doctor is terribke when it comes to knowing patients and his practice. He contradicts other doctors orders and then will see you 2-3 times and reintroduce himself every time because he can’t remember that he’s met and treated you before. Dr. Smith also specializes in making rude and unprofessional comments telling you that you “chose your job over your baby” because you didn’t schedule a test that her boss told you you didn’t have to get. One thing every doctor has in common here is sending you out for numerous ultrasounds and labs that other doctors find unnecessary. My PCP asked on more than one occasion why I was having certain things done and didn’t agree with them but obviously couldn’t do anything about it.Also, if you like to wait an hour or more for EVERY visit, you found your office. After 3 years here I couldn’t take it anymore and finally left. Even that’s a hassle as I can’t get a call back to even get the records I’ve requested more than once.
05/31/2017
By: Toni R.
St Clair Shores Ob Gyn
I am at St. Clair Shores resident and I had Been going to this practice for about two years now. Once I became pregnant and I was and I happy with the service that was provided by one of the doctors . I was told that if I didn't want to see one of the doctors that was through with the whole practice. The nurse staff can be very nasty at times and also unreliable. Communicating with the staff can be very frustrating, even after calling several times you still can't get a response. After deciding to leave the practice was giving him the runaround when he came to obtaining my records and test results. Don't waste your time there are plenty of other pleasant OB/GYN clinics out here.
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02/29/2016
By: Holley C.
St Clair Shores Ob Gyn
I was 18 weeks pregnant and had an infection that my family doctor called about from hospital results and SCS never called to inform me. She refuses to see me when I have any pregnancy issues, when I call she says "go to the ER", which I've been 5 times, I can't continue to go to the ER... Also, the lack of communication is terrible! I would NOT recommend this office. To top this all off, when I was 8 weeks, at an ER visit I was told that I possibly had a cornual pregnancy which would have to be terminated, I was told to follow up with my OB the next day so she could review the ultrasound. I called the office all day long and left messages with everyone and had to go all weekend thinking I could be killed from a tube bursting or that my baby would have to be taken. The only reason I got through Monday was because I called and asked why I wasn't called back and raised my voice. That should have been my first sign. Not to mention... EVERY nurse and receptionist is extremely rude!!
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05/19/2015
By: Ashley H.
St Clair Shores Ob Gyn
If you make an appt to see a Dr chances are you probably won't, unless you wait 3-4 hours. The last 2 appointments I had they called to cancel on me. And then today I got there at 9:50am for my 10:10 appt and the doctor wasn't even there! He was at a hospital in Detroit. I wasn't even given the common courtesy of a phone call, and no other Dr could fit me in. I am beyond enraged and should have switched doctors months ago when he was unreliable. It's sad when you've been seeing the same Dr for over a decade and have to switch just because they are unreliable. I feel like the whole practice is just inconsiderate. Your time doesn't matter. I manage a restaurant and have a chaotic schedule, but I always show up for my appointments, maybe this practice should try to do the same.
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