Center For Women's Health

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I went to this office at least three times with no results and a large bill. Through a move I had to visit another provider who took care of my problem in one session and no add. charge.

Also, the billing specialist called me several times for billing issues with my insurance, which resulted in me having to pay more than agreed upon. To top it off: I paid my remaining balance of $100.00 with a money order which I left in their drop box as discussed on the phone, yet the office claims to have never received it.

I never knew about an alleged outstanding bill until I viewed my credit report. Calls to the billing specialist were left unanswered.

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I went to this office at least three times with no results and a large bill. Through a move I had to visit another provider who took care of my problem in one session and no add. charge.

Also, the billing specialist called me several times for billing issues with my insurance, which resulted in me having to pay more than agreed upon. To top it off: I paid my remaining balance of $100.00 with a money order which I left in their drop box as discussed on the phone, yet the office claims to have never received it.

I never knew about an alleged outstanding bill until I viewed my credit report. Calls to the billing specialist were left unanswered.

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I have been going to The Center for Women's Health for over 3 years now. She has always been curt - to the point of rudeness - she talks over you when you try to answer her questions, she assumes that you are not in any pain until she can

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I have been going to The Center for Women's Health for over 3 years now. She has always been curt - to the point of rudeness - she talks over you when you try to answer her questions, she assumes that you are not in any pain until she can

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I went to lori taggart for my pregnancy and have way through i changed doctors. she billed me for every visit and then billed me also for an overall OB package. After i confronted them about it they threaten me with collection. If you want to get ripped off, then go to this office if not go elsewhere.

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I went to lori taggart for my pregnancy and have way through i changed doctors. she billed me for every visit and then billed me also for an overall OB package. After i confronted them about it they threaten me with collection. If you want to get ripped off, then go to this office if not go elsewhere.

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I've been seeing Lori as my primary health provider for over 10 years. Her treatment has always been caring, accurate and timely. Lori has a deep understanding of, and compassion, for women's health issues. I would highly recommend Lori and her clinic.

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I've been seeing Lori as my primary health provider for over 10 years. Her treatment has always been caring, accurate and timely. Lori has a deep understanding of, and compassion, for women's health issues. I would highly recommend Lori and her clinic.

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I met Lori in the course of her work to service women who couln't get to the doctor. She has a mobile clinic that visits places to see women who can't get to her office. I hadn't seen a "lady doctor" in 10 years and I really needed birth control. SHe was very kind and I could tell she felt it was part of her mission to help women get the care they need. She helped me when i was practically desperate with need for someone like her and I'll never forget her kindness. Now my situation is changed and I drive 45 minutes to remain her patient. She isn't an MD but she can do all the exams and if you need more than what she can provide, she will refer you out. I wish all "doctors" showed as much true care for the humans they treat as Lori does. Big Thanks to you, Lori.
To the ladies who weren't happy with the clinic, I can only magine that sometimes misunderstandings and mistakes do occur and it's unfortunate. No one can be perfect, but having known Lori for two years, I can say she has nothing but her patient's and staff's best interests at heart.

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I met Lori in the course of her work to service women who couln't get to the doctor. She has a mobile clinic that visits places to see women who can't get to her office. I hadn't seen a "lady doctor" in 10 years and I really needed birth control. SHe was very kind and I could tell she felt it was part of her mission to help women get the care they need. She helped me when i was practically desperate with need for someone like her and I'll never forget her kindness. Now my situation is changed and I drive 45 minutes to remain her patient. She isn't an MD but she can do all the exams and if you need more than what she can provide, she will refer you out. I wish all "doctors" showed as much true care for the humans they treat as Lori does. Big Thanks to you, Lori.
To the ladies who weren't happy with the clinic, I can only magine that sometimes misunderstandings and mistakes do occur and it's unfortunate. No one can be perfect, but having known Lori for two years, I can say she has nothing but her patient's and staff's best interests at heart.

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I've been to this office a few times over the last 4 years. Most recently, I went in to have an annual gynecological exam performed along with some additional blood tests. They missed two of the tests that I had requested and it was not discovered until I called in for results a week later. They had no record of my having requested the tests. On the phone with the nurse's assistant, I asked, "How in the world did this happen? I asked you for these tests and you wrote it down. Doesn't the doctor check what you have written down? Do I need to ask every person who walks in the room, 'Did you write down the tests I requested? Can you please list them for me?' I mean, gimme a break."

The nurses assistant went in to a explanation about how they are understaffed, their receptionist is out of the office, and they are just trying to make due. I should've shut my mouth, but I was angry so I went on "Well this really stinks. I mean, what am I supposed to do now. Come to the doctor again?" She responded, "You could come in and have your blood drawn again." I declined her offer to administer an additional blood test, thanked for twice for her time, then hung up the phone. Okay, this was not my finest hour, but certainly wouldn't qualify as being verbally abusive.

I was called a day later by Lori Taggart herself. Her tone was abrupt and rude. "This is Lori Taggart the owner and office manager of The Center for Women's Health. I've been in business for over 15 years." All this before she even said good day.

In the same angry tone, she offered to have me come in and take a blood test so they could get the results for the tests I had originally requested and to correct their mistake. She then told me that abusing her staff was not going to be tolerated and that she was told by her employee that I had been swearing at her over the phone. I sat and listened to her, let her finish. I then explained there must have been a misunderstanding, truly, I did not and would not swear at her employee or anybody else over the phone. I was definitely frustrated at the error and I expressed that frustration, but I don't think that's the same as being verbally abusive. I made no personal attacks on the girl or the business.

Then Lori started backpedaling and said that okay maybe I didn't swear, but I had called the nurse's assistant, "stupid". Can you imagine? Frankly, the suggestion that I would talk to another person that way is ridiculous.

After a couple more minutes of going back and forth, I said "Thank you for your offer, but to be frank, I'm not comfortable coming back to your office where people are attributing verbal abuse to me. To be in some kind of a she-said, she-said situation with the nurse's assistant does not appeal to me". At that point, she said "I agree. We are discharging you from this practice. You'll have a letter in 48 hours."

Talk about bizarre. Save yourself some aggravation and skip this place.

Sticking up for one's staff is noble but honestly, she went way overboard. If she had said, "My employee was upset after the conversation you had with her yesterday, she felt you spoke to her rudely," I would've gone right to their office to apologize to the nurse's assistant and eaten some serious crow. Oh well... time to find another health care provider...

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I've been to this office a few times over the last 4 years. Most recently, I went in to have an annual gynecological exam performed along with some additional blood tests. They missed two of the tests that I had requested and it was not discovered until I called in for results a week later. They had no record of my having requested the tests. On the phone with the nurse's assistant, I asked, "How in the world did this happen? I asked you for these tests and you wrote it down. Doesn't the doctor check what you have written down? Do I need to ask every person who walks in the room, 'Did you write down the tests I requested? Can you please list them for me?' I mean, gimme a break."

The nurses assistant went in to a explanation about how they are understaffed, their receptionist is out of the office, and they are just trying to make due. I should've shut my mouth, but I was angry so I went on "Well this really stinks. I mean, what am I supposed to do now. Come to the doctor again?" She responded, "You could come in and have your blood drawn again." I declined her offer to administer an additional blood test, thanked for twice for her time, then hung up the phone. Okay, this was not my finest hour, but certainly wouldn't qualify as being verbally abusive.

I was called a day later by Lori Taggart herself. Her tone was abrupt and rude. "This is Lori Taggart the owner and office manager of The Center for Women's Health. I've been in business for over 15 years." All this before she even said good day.

In the same angry tone, she offered to have me come in and take a blood test so they could get the results for the tests I had originally requested and to correct their mistake. She then told me that abusing her staff was not going to be tolerated and that she was told by her employee that I had been swearing at her over the phone. I sat and listened to her, let her finish. I then explained there must have been a misunderstanding, truly, I did not and would not swear at her employee or anybody else over the phone. I was definitely frustrated at the error and I expressed that frustration, but I don't think that's the same as being verbally abusive. I made no personal attacks on the girl or the business.

Then Lori started backpedaling and said that okay maybe I didn't swear, but I had called the nurse's assistant, "stupid". Can you imagine? Frankly, the suggestion that I would talk to another person that way is ridiculous.

After a couple more minutes of going back and forth, I said "Thank you for your offer, but to be frank, I'm not comfortable coming back to your office where people are attributing verbal abuse to me. To be in some kind of a she-said, she-said situation with the nurse's assistant does not appeal to me". At that point, she said "I agree. We are discharging you from this practice. You'll have a letter in 48 hours."

Talk about bizarre. Save yourself some aggravation and skip this place.

Sticking up for one's staff is noble but honestly, she went way overboard. If she had said, "My employee was upset after the conversation you had with her yesterday, she felt you spoke to her rudely," I would've gone right to their office to apologize to the nurse's assistant and eaten some serious crow. Oh well... time to find another health care provider...

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Lori helped deliver my son two years ago and Evelyn (another RN at the office) helped me last year with a miscarriage. I can't say enough kind things about ALL of the people in their office. It was easy for me to make appointments - they have late hours and one Saturday a month that they have available for working moms. When I first came to them, I didn't have insurance, they gave me a break in price for paying cash and really worked with me to keep my visits and tests to a minimum because they knew I couldn't afford more. They even gave me months worth of birth control pills after the birth of my son because they knew I was strapped financially! Even though I didn't have a lot of money - I always felt comfortable in their offices, I am always treated very courteously - my calls are always returned and they always take the time to explain things and work with me. I don't know what more you could want during such a critical time. Without reservation I would recommend the Center for Women's Health - the center is a 45 min. drive from my house - but I wouldn't even think of going to see anyone else!

PROS: Easy appointments, work with low income - are nice & helpful!
CONS: None!

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Lori helped deliver my son two years ago and Evelyn (another RN at the office) helped me last year with a miscarriage. I can't say enough kind things about ALL of the people in their office. It was easy for me to make appointments - they have late hours and one Saturday a month that they have available for working moms. When I first came to them, I didn't have insurance, they gave me a break in price for paying cash and really worked with me to keep my visits and tests to a minimum because they knew I couldn't afford more. They even gave me months worth of birth control pills after the birth of my son because they knew I was strapped financially! Even though I didn't have a lot of money - I always felt comfortable in their offices, I am always treated very courteously - my calls are always returned and they always take the time to explain things and work with me. I don't know what more you could want during such a critical time. Without reservation I would recommend the Center for Women's Health - the center is a 45 min. drive from my house - but I wouldn't even think of going to see anyone else!

PROS: Easy appointments, work with low income - are nice & helpful!
CONS: None!

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Lori Taggart is an MSN, ARNP. I went to her when I was pregnant with my first child.

First of all, she seems to have 'man' issues. She was terrible to my husband. Lori felt the need to constantly condescend to him and was always very rude. One time he asked if he could use the restroom, and she said curtly, "Only if you put the toilet seat down!" My husband tried to make light of the situation and jokingly said, "Ok, now I'm going to have to leave it up." She was actually offended and said, "If you do, I will never allow you to use it again!!"

Before getting pregnant, I was a smoker. The moment I found out I was pg, I quit, knowing how terrible it would be for the baby. My husband continued smoking, but went outside. On one occasion, he lit up while we were walking into my appointment. Apparently, some of the smoke drifted my way. When Lori came in to see me, she accused me of still smoking, and lying to her about it!! I was shocked! I told her she was very wrong and asked why she was accusing me. She said she could smell it on me. When I told her why, she then turned on my husband (once again) accusing him of trying to harm our baby! It was an accident for goodness sake!

Lastly, at every appointment my blood pressure was "high". (Gee, wonder why?) She had me on bedrest at only 2 months pregnant! Conveniently, she wanted me to go to see her every few days rather than the once a month customary for that stage in pregnancy. She of course billed my insurance. We were all worked up thinking something was terribly wrong. I thought it best to get a second opinion. Sure enough, my blood pressure wasn't high AT ALL! It appeared that Lori was simply trying to make money by padding her pockets with insurance money!

I had a normal healthy pregnancy with my new doctor. No blood pressure problems, and my husband and I were treated like human beings. The terrible worries Lori put us through for no reason were also over.

I HIGHLY recommend that you STAY AWAY!!

PROS: NONE
CONS: poor attitude and treatment, out for money, poor care!

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Lori Taggart is an MSN, ARNP. I went to her when I was pregnant with my first child.

First of all, she seems to have 'man' issues. She was terrible to my husband. Lori felt the need to constantly condescend to him and was always very rude. One time he asked if he could use the restroom, and she said curtly, "Only if you put the toilet seat down!" My husband tried to make light of the situation and jokingly said, "Ok, now I'm going to have to leave it up." She was actually offended and said, "If you do, I will never allow you to use it again!!"

Before getting pregnant, I was a smoker. The moment I found out I was pg, I quit, knowing how terrible it would be for the baby. My husband continued smoking, but went outside. On one occasion, he lit up while we were walking into my appointment. Apparently, some of the smoke drifted my way. When Lori came in to see me, she accused me of still smoking, and lying to her about it!! I was shocked! I told her she was very wrong and asked why she was accusing me. She said she could smell it on me. When I told her why, she then turned on my husband (once again) accusing him of trying to harm our baby! It was an accident for goodness sake!

Lastly, at every appointment my blood pressure was "high". (Gee, wonder why?) She had me on bedrest at only 2 months pregnant! Conveniently, she wanted me to go to see her every few days rather than the once a month customary for that stage in pregnancy. She of course billed my insurance. We were all worked up thinking something was terribly wrong. I thought it best to get a second opinion. Sure enough, my blood pressure wasn't high AT ALL! It appeared that Lori was simply trying to make money by padding her pockets with insurance money!

I had a normal healthy pregnancy with my new doctor. No blood pressure problems, and my husband and I were treated like human beings. The terrible worries Lori put us through for no reason were also over.

I HIGHLY recommend that you STAY AWAY!!

PROS: NONE
CONS: poor attitude and treatment, out for money, poor care!

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