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We saw her years ago and I am not going to mention here what was said or exactly what happened because it is too personal but a common birth defect of the reproductive system, my daughter had to see her for this when she was 17 and in high school. She had never had sexual intercourse and also had never been to a Gynecologist before. We are Baptists and we have good christian morals, I didn't get this from her, mot judging though, but what we did get was cold, unfeeling, uncaring and PRETENTIOUS about how I should be aware now that my daughter will suddenly start wanting to have sex now. I couldn't believe she was even saying this.
At this office, they provide a service, period. If all need is an annual once a year, and someone to fax your contraceptive perscription to your pharmacy, this is your place. Don't expect anyone to rememeber you by name, or even pretend to take an interest in who you are as an individual. I guess I am spoiled having grown up in a smaller city, where the doctors know you by name and ask you how school/work is going. To me those are factors that enhance the relationship with your doctor, and increases the trust you have in their abilities to treat you. With Dr. Gibbs, you're basically a number, and since the clinic is huge, appointments feel rushed. Its basically an assembly line. I finally switched to Hillcrest's Women's Clinic bc Dr. Gibbs staff called me to reschedule my appointment with her because was going out of town. This happened twice, and since they overbook all her appointments (assembly line, remember?) the next available slot was another 6 WEEKS away from my original appointment. Its pretty ridiculous, I just got fed up, so I switched.
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