Referred to Dr. Bills by a friend. My doctor had recommended a hysterectomy, but my friend had her's done by a "single incision laparoscopy" with Dr. Bills. Basically there is an incision in the curve of my belly button, that you can even see. No others! Home the next morning and felt great.
Posted: 12/23/2013 • Link to this review
I was referred to Dr. Bills by my friends from work. I was having some serious female problems that I was embarressed to talk about. He took his time in getting to the root of the problem and eventually put my life straight again so I could exercise without being afraid of having to go to the bathroom all the time.
Posted: 12/08/2013 • Link to this review
After 16 years of seeing multiple gynecologists for pain during sex, Dr. Bills was the first doctor that actually took my concerns seriously & didn't talk down to me in a condescending manner. I have been told by other doctors that I need to learn how to relax, find a better lubricant, increase my pelvic floor strength, figure out which positions work best for me....etc. Dr. Bills suggested that I might have endometriosis and Vulvodynia. Because I already had an ultrasound done on my pelvic region, I just assumed that endometriosis wasn't a possibility. Dr. Bills taught me that an ultrasound won't show endometriosis, that you have to have a Laparoscopy (surgery) done to see if you have it. I was also happy that Dr. Bills said that he would take out my uterus during the same procedure since I don't want to have kids. He was the first doctor who didn't try to convince me that I was going to change my mind later on in life & want to have kids. I have been with my husband now for about 16 years & am age 35, my mind is set! Dr. Bills also prescribed an ointment for the outside region of my vaginal area to help with that type of pain. This was my first male gynecologist, so I don't know if that is the difference, but I am glad that my friend suggested I try him.
Posted: 11/11/2013 • Link to this review
The support staff is pleasant, they are very accommodating. As for Dr. Bills, I get the sense that he has been in this field for far too long and has lost his touch. What leads me to this conclusion are his earlier positive reviews and my more recent experience. I visited Dr. Bills as I was experiencing slow rising HCG levels during my pregnancy. During a 15 min. visit, Dr. Bills did a pelvic ultrasound, couldn't locate my pregnancy and suggested an ectopic. He quickly determined that I should head to the ER (without directions, I was new in town) to terminate the pregnancy, and that I may have an adhesion disease because my ovary had moved behind my uterus and appears to be immobile. When I got to the ER, the ObGyn specialist was suprised by the suggestion that an ultrasound could indicate an adhesion disease. I was informed that surgery is the only way to determine such. My original obgyn said that it just wasn't the case as ovaries change position often; she'd never seen my stay in one place for long. The ER doctor also felt as though additional investigations should have been done prior to termination but said Dr. Bills orders had to be followed. I certainly wouldn't recommend Dr. Bills to anyone who wishes to consult with a doctor. At no point did he exhibit a friendly bedside manner. As a healthcare professional, it was apparent that he has no understanding of "patient centered care".
Posted: 8/30/2012 • Link to this review
The practice is losing their personal touch. If you are pregnant and don't want a c-section, do your research. However, the doctors are competent and you will be seen on time.
Posted: 4/13/2007 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
Dr. Bills and Dr. Hsiao of Alliance OB/GYN are warm and compassionate doctors who truly take their time and look after your needs. The office staff is helpful and answer all your phone calls promptly. They have 4 D ultrasounds that take incredible pictures of the baby. I highly recommend the practice.
Posted: 9/30/2005 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
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