women's health issues, prenatal care, pregnancy ...
"My wife had her well women exam setup which was covered through insurance. When she asked about the report the office told her you need to setup a appointment and pay the copay. When I talked to them mentioning we need only reports they informed we can walk inn and pickup without co pay. My wife went in as she is new to this process they tricked her and asked fro credit card when she realized they are charging money she objected and they said call to billing department and it will waived off. After repeated call they just dont recalled the money and their response is very unprofessional and even they started shouting. This place is a disgrace to the profession of medicine.Stay out of here. "
"I have been seeing Dr. Cummings-becker for several years. In that time I have needed more than regular GYN annual care. I had uterine hemnorhaging back in 2013, at the same time my Mom was dying and Dr. Cummings came up with a treatment plan to stop the bleeding and delay the hysterectomy just as I begged her to. She is a compassionate and real woman who understands the demands of a modern woman's life and being part of the 'sandwich' generation. She never pushed me into surgery, but explained my options and allowed me time to decide what to do! We postponed the hysterectomy by several months and stopped the bleeding so I could be present in mind and body during my Mom's hospice time. When I finally had the surgery, Dr. Cummings was excellent. Although I personally had a rough experience, it had nothing to do with Dr. Cummings or her care, it was my body doing strange things and she responded quickly to help me. I couldn't have created a better doctor for myself. She is simply excellent. "
General obstetrician/gynecologists, or general OB/GYNs, are providers of routine care for women’s reproductive health. They offer regular checkups and preventative care to detect illnesses early and keep women healthy. A general OB/GYN cares for a variety of health issues, including:
Sexually transmitted diseases
Annual breast exams
After the age of 18, it is important to see a general OB/GYN regularly for preventative care as well as any needed pregnancy care. When necessary, general OB/GYNs may refer their patients to related specialists such as a Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist or Reproductive Endocrinologist. However, women without complicated health issues may continue to see their general OB/GYN for care throughout their reproductive life.