Kupersmith, Stephen, Md - Stoneridge Ob Gyn Assoc

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215-257-0414

670 Lawn Ave # 4

Sellersville, PA

18960

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I had been seeing a nurse practioner who was wonderful until I became preganant. For our first 3 visits we saw Dr. Chmielewski. We had our first ultrasound at our first visit with him and subsequent heartbeat checks/uterine growth exams. At our 15 week appt. w/ him I was ENORMOUS (and I am a pretty petite person)- I looked like my friends when they were at about 6 months- and in addition I had gained 14 lbs, despite projectile vommitting several times per day. We asked if we were having twins, and he told us "I don't think so.That's what the next ultrasound is for", even though there should have been several clear indicators (ex. weight gain, severity of vomitting, growth of uterus, 2 HEARTBEATS![if he would've looked hard enough]). He told me the weight gain was probably from all of the carbs I was eating and when he felt my belly he said it was fat or gas that was making it bigger. Thank GOd I didn't stop eating because at our 20 week ultrasound we found out I was preganant with twins! They couldn't tell me whether they were identical or fraternal bc they had missed them during my 1st trimester (important to know). When I met with Dr. Hancock after our ultrasound, she spent a total of 3 minutes w/ me, this included leaving the room to get me a referral to a place that gives LEvel II ultrasounds (which she made it seem unecessary to go get a Level II), and me asking questions about what to do if I get the flu (my husband wasn't w/ me at the time bc he had the flu, and I hadn't had my vaccine- Dr. Chim. told me I'd get the vaccine there, but he was wrong about that too) . Dr. Hancock provided no information about the changing nutritional needs and complications of a twin pregnancy, all she said in reference to the news was "There are complications that can occur with twins, but we'll cross those bridges as we get to them." 3 minutes is a ridiculously small sum of time to spend with anyone, especially someone who has found they are having twins, especially 5 months into their pregnancy. We have since switched practices, hospitals and are also seeing a perinatologist. We have since found out all of the risks of twins (ours we found out are identical, mono-di) and are glad to be with 2 practices (OBGYN and perinatologist) who take the time to be thourough in their examinations and providing information (our 1st visit was a 90 min. ultrasound and a 90 min. consultation) and answering questions. I would wholeheartedly NOT recommend this practice to anyone!

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I had been seeing a nurse practioner who was wonderful until I became preganant. For our first 3 visits we saw Dr. Chmielewski. We had our first ultrasound at our first visit with him and subsequent heartbeat checks/uterine growth exams. At our 15 week appt. w/ him I was ENORMOUS (and I am a pretty petite person)- I looked like my friends when they were at about 6 months- and in addition I had gained 14 lbs, despite projectile vommitting several times per day. We asked if we were having twins, and he told us "I don't think so.That's what the next ultrasound is for", even though there should have been several clear indicators (ex. weight gain, severity of vomitting, growth of uterus, 2 HEARTBEATS![if he would've looked hard enough]). He told me the weight gain was probably from all of the carbs I was eating and when he felt my belly he said it was fat or gas that was making it bigger. Thank GOd I didn't stop eating because at our 20 week ultrasound we found out I was preganant with twins! They couldn't tell me whether they were identical or fraternal bc they had missed them during my 1st trimester (important to know). When I met with Dr. Hancock after our ultrasound, she spent a total of 3 minutes w/ me, this included leaving the room to get me a referral to a place that gives LEvel II ultrasounds (which she made it seem unecessary to go get a Level II), and me asking questions about what to do if I get the flu (my husband wasn't w/ me at the time bc he had the flu, and I hadn't had my vaccine- Dr. Chim. told me I'd get the vaccine there, but he was wrong about that too) . Dr. Hancock provided no information about the changing nutritional needs and complications of a twin pregnancy, all she said in reference to the news was "There are complications that can occur with twins, but we'll cross those bridges as we get to them." 3 minutes is a ridiculously small sum of time to spend with anyone, especially someone who has found they are having twins, especially 5 months into their pregnancy. We have since switched practices, hospitals and are also seeing a perinatologist. We have since found out all of the risks of twins (ours we found out are identical, mono-di) and are glad to be with 2 practices (OBGYN and perinatologist) who take the time to be thourough in their examinations and providing information (our 1st visit was a 90 min. ultrasound and a 90 min. consultation) and answering questions. I would wholeheartedly NOT recommend this practice to anyone!

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I had my baby delivered by Dr. Michael Chmielewski of Stoneridge practice due to the fact he was on call that day. I would highly suggest all the pregnant patient of stoneridge to avoid him at all the cost if you have a choice. He is horrible doctor and is way too keen in doing c-sections and rushing through the delivery. Unless and untill you want the c-section, he is not the doctor you want.

I was seen by other doctors in the group and had no problems with them during my prenatal visits. It was him I did not like when I saw him during prenatal visits and the delivery experience did it for me. I will never ever go back to him again.

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I had my baby delivered by Dr. Michael Chmielewski of Stoneridge practice due to the fact he was on call that day. I would highly suggest all the pregnant patient of stoneridge to avoid him at all the cost if you have a choice. He is horrible doctor and is way too keen in doing c-sections and rushing through the delivery. Unless and untill you want the c-section, he is not the doctor you want.

I was seen by other doctors in the group and had no problems with them during my prenatal visits. It was him I did not like when I saw him during prenatal visits and the delivery experience did it for me. I will never ever go back to him again.

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I have been a patient of Stoneridge OB/GYN since 2000 and recently saw the PA for my annual check up. I was very impressed with her knowledge and professionalism. I would recommend the practice and the PA to my friends and family.

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I have been a patient of Stoneridge OB/GYN since 2000 and recently saw the PA for my annual check up. I was very impressed with her knowledge and professionalism. I would recommend the practice and the PA to my friends and family.

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I recently chose Stoneridge because of a change in insurance. I was especially surprised at how quickly they could fit me in for a first visit, and they are extremely considerate about having you schedule the next year. They give you a card to remind you to call in 6 months to set up your next appointment. That's very helpful for me. I saw a Nurse Practitioner, and I found her to be so caring and so interested in me as a human being. She made me very comfortable, and was very relaxed, although quite professional. She was especially helpful in options for our plans to conceive. I will be sticking with this practice for sure.

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I recently chose Stoneridge because of a change in insurance. I was especially surprised at how quickly they could fit me in for a first visit, and they are extremely considerate about having you schedule the next year. They give you a card to remind you to call in 6 months to set up your next appointment. That's very helpful for me. I saw a Nurse Practitioner, and I found her to be so caring and so interested in me as a human being. She made me very comfortable, and was very relaxed, although quite professional. She was especially helpful in options for our plans to conceive. I will be sticking with this practice for sure.

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I have been a patient of stoneridge off and on for the past 15 years. I left a few years due to a medical problem that the nurse practioner was not addressing. I then found a fab dr. dr. moskoff. He had hi sown office in doylestown, when i was 7 months pregnant, he lfet his own practice and joined stoneridge. I was not only pregnant but was also under his care for some seriuos medical conditions. I jumped ship and trusted him and went back. I dont trust the otehrs nor do I care to bee seen ny the otehrs, but I adore him, he is not only professional adn ndeically inclined, but he has compassion and genuinly cares for his patients. So I recomend Dr. Moskoff, if you want a doctor who not only knows what he is talking about, but also has a heart.

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I have been a patient of stoneridge off and on for the past 15 years. I left a few years due to a medical problem that the nurse practioner was not addressing. I then found a fab dr. dr. moskoff. He had hi sown office in doylestown, when i was 7 months pregnant, he lfet his own practice and joined stoneridge. I was not only pregnant but was also under his care for some seriuos medical conditions. I jumped ship and trusted him and went back. I dont trust the otehrs nor do I care to bee seen ny the otehrs, but I adore him, he is not only professional adn ndeically inclined, but he has compassion and genuinly cares for his patients. So I recomend Dr. Moskoff, if you want a doctor who not only knows what he is talking about, but also has a heart.

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A close friend recommended this practice. I have been very happy with the care. The dcotors are all knowledgable and professional. THey take the time to get to know you and understand your medical history. Liek any doctor's office, you sometimes need to wait a while to be seen. They have flexible hours as well.

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A close friend recommended this practice. I have been very happy with the care. The dcotors are all knowledgable and professional. THey take the time to get to know you and understand your medical history. Liek any doctor's office, you sometimes need to wait a while to be seen. They have flexible hours as well.

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I was recommended to Stoneridge by a close friend who recently had a child. I went for my annual exam and was very pleased with the professionalism and kindness I was treated with. they took time to get to know me as a person and find out my medical history, my concerns and answer all my questions. they helped me plan for when I want to begin trying to conceive. Appointments were easy to make and hours to accomodate my schedule. Will be back!

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★★★★★

I was recommended to Stoneridge by a close friend who recently had a child. I went for my annual exam and was very pleased with the professionalism and kindness I was treated with. they took time to get to know me as a person and find out my medical history, my concerns and answer all my questions. they helped me plan for when I want to begin trying to conceive. Appointments were easy to make and hours to accomodate my schedule. Will be back!

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