Dr. Hazelrigg almost killed me. He hurried through what was supposed to be a routine outpatient surgical procedure (laparoscopy) to catch a plane. He punctured my bladder in two places requiring me to undergo an exploratory laparotomy(cutting my entire abdomen open)to see what other damage he might have done. I missed 4 weeks of work and he never even apologized to me for my pain and suffering. I know his partners were not happy with him either during the whole incident. They all had to take care of me while he was gone and they kept telling me that "this never happens". Well, apparently, it does with Dr. Hazelrigg's patients. Check out his record with the medical board too. He let a baby die because he was tired and didn't want to go to the hospital to check on the woman who was in labor. Eric Hazelrigg should have his license revoked.
Posted: 7/21/2009 • Link to this review
I have been a patient with Dr. Hazelrigg for 13 years now, and feel very blessed to have him as my physician! He not only is empathetic when listening to your concerns, he offers choices and the least invasive route. He delivered two out of three of my babies, and was very caring and happy for our additions to our family. Also, his office staff is friendly, the office has been remodeled to include more space and services as well. I would recommend him to anyone! Thank You Dr. Hazelrigg!
Posted: 9/26/2008 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
Dr. Hazelrigg performed a laparoscopy on me to determine if I had endometriosis. During the procedure, he punctured my bladder in two places. I think he was in a hurry during the procedure (I was his last patient before going on a 3 week vacation) and wasn't paying attention. The punctured bladder lead me to the ER several days later requiring an exploratory laparotomy (7 inch scar), suturing of my bladder and 2 weeks off from work. He's never apologized.
Posted: 8/08/2007 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review