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Dr. Jha- Excellent MD. Very personable and knowledgable. Menopause Specialist
I had recently moved to Boston when I found out I was pregnant. A friend recommended this clinic and I had the best experience. I cannot recommended it enough. My primary OBs were Dr Connolly and Dr Fowler (who delivered my baby). They are both incredible and very professional. My husband and I will always be grateful for the care we received. The nurses and front office staff are also very kind and efficient.
I have been coming to this practice since I was 16 years old and loved it up until my doctor, Dr. Reilly retired and since then the practice has gone completely down hill. I just saw Dr. Jha for the first time and she completely dropped the ball. I went for pelvic pain and she didn’t even do a urine sample even after me mentioning it. I had to go to a minute clinic to get diagnosed with a UTI. I requested a suggestion about how to prevent my estrogen patch from falling off. She switches me to a gel and after using it just once I felt terrible. I gave it one more chance the next day and felt completely not myself. I look up about side effects with the gel and one of the medications I am on has a very serious interaction with the gel (Divigel) which is why I felt so bad. I had gone over my current medication list with the nurse and Dr. Jha before she prescribed this. Between not ordering a urine test or even do the quick test which resulted in not diagnosing my UTI and being negligent in putting me on a new medication that has serious side effects with a medication I have been on for ten years I am shocked she is even a doctor in this practice. Dr. Vincent and Dr. Lampert are fantastic but I wouldn’t recommend any other current doctors there. I miss Dr. Reilly terribly, the practice is nothing like it was before.
I got turn away and asked to reschedule for my Pap smear appointment . I am also held responsible for it. I was almost 30 minutes late and didn’t called. I would not have written thIs review if the staff did not stated that Sarah Nadarajah NP has a strict 15 minutes rules . Which I find it unfair. Provider often runs late between 30 - 60 mins . It is okay for the patient to arrive on time and still have to wait beyond their scheduled time . Unless The New England OBGYN never runs more then 15 minutes behind . Which is not true from my experience. I often have to wait at least 30 minutes . It is also such a coincidence after I checked in online for today visit. I got a text from the clinic saying they are running behind . Please continue to wait in your car . There should be more cushion room and consideration when turning a patient away. Dr Reilly was my surgeon . He is the most caring doctor I ever met. Today experiencing was very disappointing
I’ve delivered two babies through this practice and I’ve had a wonderful experience each time. The front desk staff and nurses are extremely nice and all the doctors are knowledgeable and patient. Dr. Lieberman is my primary ob there and she’s wonderful! Listens to all my concerns and is super professional. Dr. Burns and Dr. Bunnell delivered my babies at the hospital and they were able to keep me calm throughout the process and ensured both my babies were delivered safely into this world!
A little bc I didn’t notice the review section. This is the only practice I trusted to deliver my 3 babies. Dr. Connolly is my primary OB. He listens when you speak. He is knowledgeable, patient, professional, and has just made me feel consistently comfortable sharing anything without judgement. It’s a great practice. Front office is wonderful too.
My GYN is Dr Alice Vincent. She is wonderful!!! She takes the time to listen to concerns and truly cares about her patients. I had a few post-menopausal bleeding incidents over the past year, and she consulted Dr Raymond Reilly while I was there. Dr Reilly came in, examined me, and, with time, I decided on a hysterectomy with Dr Reilly. I cannot say enough about him! He was so thorough, caring and kind!! He was right with me, from pre-op, through surgery, after surgery, and today for my post-op. He was in each morning to see me while I stayed for a few nights at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Thank you to Dr Vincent for consulting Dr Reilly, and thank you to Dr Reilly for all that you did for me! Such an outstanding practice!
I received my antenatal care at this facility and eventually delivered a healthy baby girl in April 2022. My apparently normal pregnancy and childbirth suddenly turned complicated when I needed assisted delivery after prolonged labor. Dr. Kolbas was extremely proficient in her skills and helped me maintain my calm all throughout the process. She was quick to asses the situation and very skillfully delivered my baby. I am very very grateful to have Dr. kolbas during my childbirth.
Doctors and front desk are competent. Any time of finding was one hair outside of the norm, everyone acted like the sky was falling. They thought my baby had all of these rare genetic disorders due to the baby’s small size, but overlooked that I had preeclampsia. They are trying so hard to avoid a lawsuit but with the way they behave there just a lawsuit waiting to happen. They do their jobs well if you were lucky enough to have a moderate to low risk pregnancy. But if your pregnancy turns out to be high-risk, go somewhere else. they are not equipped to handle it and deliver information to you in a calm and rational manner.
This office saved the day when all the hospital beds were full and I needed my expired IUD removed and a new one inserted under anesthesia. I was almost in tears when the office first called me saying they could get me in for a consultation. Dr. Bahamon, nurses and other staff were nothing but wonderful and it was the least painful out of my other three IUD procedures! Five stars and beyond!!
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