I had been with Gwinnett Ob/gyn for 8 years when my husband relocated. After 2 children with Gwinnett o/b, I was not able to connect with my new doctor the way I did with the nurses and doctors from home. After 3 years, we learned we could transfer home, so I made sure our new home was convenient for me to return to my former physicians. At my yearly, they made me feel so welcome! I saw all the same people, and it was like I'd never left! Thank you for being there for me!
Posted: 2/14/2010 • Link to this review
After being a patient for 5 years, I'm looking to change. For the first 4 years I just went for annual check ups and had no issues or complaints. Then I got pregnant for the first time, they confirmed & gave me tons of information to take home and read. I had an early ultrasound and they confirmed that I miscarried. They sent in a Dr to talk to me who said, 'you're not pregnant anymore, wait 3 months before trying again' and left the room. That was it. A nurse came to get me for some blood work and then sent me home. No conversations, no questions answered. I was devastated at the news and the fact they just left me without any conversations or answered any questions. My husband was furious. The practice is too big to give any personal care. Too many nurses give different information. I'm done.
Posted: 5/27/2009 • Last edited: 8/08/2009 • Link to this review
Last year when I came to Gwinnett OB/GYN for my yearly, I found how caring this practice really is.....After being sent for my mammogram, the radiologist was concerned that I may have breast cancer. My grandmother did not survive this disease and I was distraught at the thought that I may have it also. When I could not find a surgeon to see me right away, my doctor called and personally got me an appointment that week. She held my hand and told me that we would get through this together. She was so supportive through this bad time. I was lucky, it was not cancer but between her and the staff, I could not have asked for a more caring group of people to have on my side. I knew they were a great practice when I had my two children. But now I know that they take such good care of you in the bad times, also... I can't thank them enough!!!
Posted: 2/10/2009 • Last edited: 4/27/2010 • Link to this review
I have been going to Gwinnett OBGYN for 3 years now and they have been more than helpful. They have always answered my questions in full and continue to provide compassionate medical care to women all over gwinnett county.
Posted: 1/22/2009 • Link to this review
Friendly office staff. Dr. Hamidi was friendly as well. Kelly, the nurse, is very sweet and friendly and definately addressed my concerns. The exam rooms ARE COLD. I noticed that both times I went (within a one week span) and I did wait a little too long to be seen once I was in the exam room. Unfortunately, I didn't time the wait because I was actually very sleepy (and I usually do not tolerate long waits at all). So...it's been good so far.
Posted: 1/05/2009 • Link to this review
First and last visit 9/2007 for current health concern. After waiting 20 minutes in a cold waiting room, I was finally called to the back; we walked around a bit having a tour of the triage area, because common sense did not tell the medical assistant she should have check availability of a station before calling a patient in. I was then led to another cold waiting area to once again wait. After been seen by a nurse practitioner with no bedside manner and who showed no concern or interest in my reason for coming in, I was led out of the barn, into pasture in what was rushed minutes. One cattle drive was enough for me. And the other farm hands I came in contact with had no personality.
Posted: 9/17/2007 • Last edited: 2/17/2008 • Link to this review
I've been a patient of this office for 6 years. I think that most of the doctors are caring and concerned. They treat you a lot better when you're pregnant, but overall the staff and doctors are pleasant and helpful. I always get in and out for my annual exams, without much waiting.
Posted: 5/31/2007 • Last edited: 2/17/2008 • Link to this review
After 10 years with this group, I've had it. I should have had the sense to find another MD years ago after an unecessarily miserable labor and delivery with my first child (20 hours on Pitocin with no epidural allowed, never saw a dr. once during this period). No more long waits in cold exam rooms for a 3 minute Dr. visit. When I called with concerns after getting a scary diagnosis, my dr. returned my call but gave me the sense I was bothering her unecessarily. See-ya.
Posted: 9/27/2006 • Last edited: 2/17/2008 • Link to this review
When I became pregant in August 2004, I needed to find a new Ob-GYN. I had no idea where to go, so I asked one of my friends who recommended Gwinnett Ob-GYN. I had my baby back in April of 2005 and the doctors there took great care of me throughout my pregnancy. Even when I had to have an emergency C section, they remained caring and attentive to my needs. Most of the doctors have a very caring bedside manner.
Posted: 12/12/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
This group of Doctors are wonderful and knowledgable. They delivered 2 of my 3 children (Different insurance for 1). They have also treated me for my normal gynological health needs. They are extremely professional and have a wonderful bedside manner as well! I highly recommend them!
Posted: 11/07/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I started going to gwinnett ob for my pregnancy; but i changed at about week 12. I was not happy with customer service and explantion of what was being scheduled. Nurse who called me first thing in the morning was not polite or helpful with questions. I called twice and never recieved a return phone call. Being that it's my first preganancy I had a lot of questions - when I asked the doctor about them, they told me to read my book!! Also instructed me to go to my primary care physician for medication questions! My primary care was very suprised. I am much happier where I am at now, and I am glad I switched. I do not recommend.
Posted: 10/19/2005 • Last edited: 2/17/2008 • Link to this review