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Valley Women For Woman

Obstetrics - Gynaecology clinic in Queen Creek, United States. | 32 reviews

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Ever since joining the midwife group, my experience has great...

Ever since joining the midwife group, my experience has greatly improved. I'm still not a huge fan of their billing system or their organizational system,... Read more at Yelp.com.

By Kayleigh (Published ago on Yelp )
This review is based on our experience with vwfw. My wife wa...

This review is based on our experience with vwfw. My wife was seen at the Gilbert, Queen Creek and Chandler offices and our twins were delivered at Mercy Gilbert. If you want personalized care where the doctors, nurses and staff know who you are personally and not just from a clip board, vwfw is not for you. My wife was seen by 1 or 2 good doctors, 5 or 6 average doctors, and Dr. Tetreault who was the rudest, most unprofessional and uncaring doctor my wife has ever seen, and she has seen a lot of doctors. My wife had to explain the same details at every appointment and would get different care instructions from every doctor. Nobody in the front staff knew my wife when she went in for an appointment, some nurses were excellent and some were down right rude, and the doctors were nice or could care less. We also had some weird stuff with the billing department too, but that worked to our benefit so can't complain about that... I guess in summary, the best way to describe vwfw is hit or miss. If you get more hits than misses you will like them, if you are like us and had more misses (some really bad ones) you won't. Good luck

By Devan (Published ago on )
When I first came here , 5 years ago, I had an unbelievable e...

When I first came here , 5 years ago, I had an unbelievable experience. Loved the drs, loved the staff, the atmosphere just everything. This time around, I felt like they just didn't care, they were rude, and unwilling to work with with me. It's really such a shame.

By Kenna (Published ago on )
The atmosphere was unwelcoming in my situation. I went here o...

The atmosphere was unwelcoming in my situation. I went here on a referral from a doctor that found some very large fibroids in my uterus. I was the only woman in the waiting room that wasn't pregnant. When I saw the doctor and explained I wanted a hysterectomy she told me I seemed hesitant and I should think about other options. The other options didn't really seem appealing but she told me I should think about it. I've never wanted children so this was an easy decision for me. Needless to say I don't think this is the place for woman to go with these kind of issues. It seems like they are geared towards woman who want or are going to have a child. The doctor also said that laparoscopic surgery would not be an option and that i would have to essentially have a c section scar and 6 weeks recovery. So I sought out another doctor. And so thankful i did. He was absolutely amazing and said that he can do the surgery laparoscopic with two week recovery and that he was on my side 100% with what i wanted. Just seek out all your options when you know what is right for you in your heart. I cried so hard after my appointment with this place thinking I had to choose one of her other options. It's your body, you make the decisions not some doctor who doesn't know you and thinks she knows what you want. Peace

By Rachelle (Published ago on )
"Amazing doctors, nurses and front desk staff." Very blessed...

"Amazing doctors, nurses and front desk staff." Very blessed to be a patient.

By David (Published ago on )
I'm pregnant with my 3rd child and this was my first time try...

I'm pregnant with my 3rd child and this was my first time trying valley women for women. I loved the queen creek office. The midwife I saw was super nice and took her time getting to know me. The nurse who took my labs was lovely and very nice to talk to. The ladies up front were friendly and welcoming. I'm excited to continue my care with them.

By Tara (Published ago on )
 
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