It was fine. Didn't feel particularly personalized as it was a different person each time.
Great doctor! Sensitive and caring which was super important to me.
Some mornings the wait for monitoring was on the longer side but overall the experience was good. Some nurses were better than others
There were some mornings when the wait time at the clinic was longer than expected, but overall it was fine with me.
I can't say this clinic is bad because, in the end, they helped me conceive my darling baby boy, but the experience was far from pleasant. The wait times during morning monitoring were at times outrageous. There is only a small window in the mornings that you can come for monitoring and if you have the type of job to which you cannot be late, like I do, it adds an immense amount of stress to an already stressful experience. The clinic is comprised of many 7 or 8 doctors and you see whoever is in that day for mostly everything, including the big procedures like egg retrieval, IVF, etc. so the level of individualized care is low.
The doctors and medical assistants are so nice and supportive. Many of the nurses are wonderful too. Have only ever had one issue with an unfriendly front desk person. My biggest complaint is that it is near impossible to reach a nurse by phone.
Dr Lobo is wonderful, but mornig monitoring staff didn't even take a second to read your chart before asking dumb questions. So i'm with NYU now and experience are much better.
Some of the staff were very helpful and supportive, others not so much. Some things could have been explained to us better. It was hard to get in touch with the right person sometimes. But in the end we got a healthy pregnancy so that is what matters most! The doctor is definitely one of the best attendings there. Calm and collected, very knowledgeable, straightforward but generally warm. Only complaint is that we felt a little rushed sometimes.
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