Millenium OB/GYN

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Ok this is gonna be a long one...After I found out through a home test thay my husband and I were expecting, I asked around to find a good ob/gyn. I received high recommendations from a couple girl friends of mine to see Dr. Kessler. So I made the appointment. I thought he was really nice with a good sense of humor to boot. I always had reservations about going to male Drs. but he made me feel comfortable and at ease. I had by far the easiest gyno exam I've ever been through...After he confirmed everything he helped clue in my husband and I on what to expect throughout the pregnancy, answering all the questions we had. I have nothing bad to say in terms of Dr. Kessler. However, with the way the practice is set up there are 3 or 4 other Drs. who can see you...Over the next visits I was seen by Dr. Emami and I felt annoyed, irked, and confused after each visit...During my first visit with him at 10.5 weeks, the nurse practitioner spent some time looking for the fetal heartbeat which she couldn't find. I had heard it isn't usually heard any earlier than 12 weeks, so I wasn't worried. Dr. Emami finally came in and took over. He searched around for a bit before asking in a rather patronizing tone "Are you SURE you're pregnant?" .... I was aghast. I mean I've taken 4 different home tests, peed in 3 different cups for them thus far and with the three vials of blood they took at my previous visit you would THINK I would KNOW if I wasn't pregnant?!.. Not to mention "that feeling".. I'm very intuned with my body. I knew right away. I'm talking probably just a few days after we conceived. I just knew. ...And to hear those words in that tone come out of his mouth, I was so taken aback. I think the look on my husbands face trumped my own. He made us set up an ultra sound to "Make sure" ... Come on! At least say. "We would just like an accurate estimation of how far along you are" instead of making me feel daft and ignorant... Our follow up appointment after the ultra sound just took the cake. After waiting for over an hour and a half, which you can expect, that really wasn't what bothered me so much as the way we were handled after the wait. My husband and I eventually got called into the little check up room. Dr. Emami came in and had me lay down on the chair table. He grabbed the doppler to check around for the heart rate. We didn't even have time to register what we were hearing because he stayed on it for all of three secs. Literally! After all the fuss that was made before he didn't even give us a chance to acknowledge one of the most pivotal moments of a pregnancy, let alone that it's our first...I didn't even have time to get my words out before he cleaned me off and left the room telling us to see him in his office. When we got there. He was silent, clicking away at his laptop. We assumed he was going over the ultra sound records. He lifted his head and the ONLY thing he said was "You have your sequential screening scheduled right, when you go for it have them look at your left ovary, you have a cyst" ... That was it. Nothing else. Didn't broaden any further on anything or say ANYTHING about our baby's development... I just looked at him dumbfounded. My husband burst before I could..."Is THAT it? Is that a bad thing? Is she ok? How big is it? Is it from the pregnancy? Will it affect the pregnacy? .. How's the BABY doing???" ... Dr. Emami said.."It's tiny, likely nothing. Baby looks fine... Alright, see you in 4 weeks."...We said our good byes and left... I've read that cysts can be common with pregnancy.. So I didn't want to worry over it, but the fact that he didn't even discuss with us the most important factor of all. Our baby! Really infuriated me. Call it pregnancy hormones if I'm seeming overly sensitive but I feel you need a kinder, warmer approach and better bed side manner as a Dr. in this field. One which he clearly did not have. I wasn't comfortable at all with chance that he could be delivering our baby. Needless to say, my husband and I decided to change practices...And just to say..The cyst disappeared on its own.

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★★☆☆☆

Ok this is gonna be a long one...After I found out through a home test thay my husband and I were expecting, I asked around to find a good ob/gyn. I received high recommendations from a couple girl friends of mine to see Dr. Kessler. So I made the appointment. I thought he was really nice with a good sense of humor to boot. I always had reservations about going to male Drs. but he made me feel comfortable and at ease. I had by far the easiest gyno exam I've ever been through...After he confirmed everything he helped clue in my husband and I on what to expect throughout the pregnancy, answering all the questions we had. I have nothing bad to say in terms of Dr. Kessler. However, with the way the practice is set up there are 3 or 4 other Drs. who can see you...Over the next visits I was seen by Dr. Emami and I felt annoyed, irked, and confused after each visit...During my first visit with him at 10.5 weeks, the nurse practitioner spent some time looking for the fetal heartbeat which she couldn't find. I had heard it isn't usually heard any earlier than 12 weeks, so I wasn't worried. Dr. Emami finally came in and took over. He searched around for a bit before asking in a rather patronizing tone "Are you SURE you're pregnant?" .... I was aghast. I mean I've taken 4 different home tests, peed in 3 different cups for them thus far and with the three vials of blood they took at my previous visit you would THINK I would KNOW if I wasn't pregnant?!.. Not to mention "that feeling".. I'm very intuned with my body. I knew right away. I'm talking probably just a few days after we conceived. I just knew. ...And to hear those words in that tone come out of his mouth, I was so taken aback. I think the look on my husbands face trumped my own. He made us set up an ultra sound to "Make sure" ... Come on! At least say. "We would just like an accurate estimation of how far along you are" instead of making me feel daft and ignorant... Our follow up appointment after the ultra sound just took the cake. After waiting for over an hour and a half, which you can expect, that really wasn't what bothered me so much as the way we were handled after the wait. My husband and I eventually got called into the little check up room. Dr. Emami came in and had me lay down on the chair table. He grabbed the doppler to check around for the heart rate. We didn't even have time to register what we were hearing because he stayed on it for all of three secs. Literally! After all the fuss that was made before he didn't even give us a chance to acknowledge one of the most pivotal moments of a pregnancy, let alone that it's our first...I didn't even have time to get my words out before he cleaned me off and left the room telling us to see him in his office. When we got there. He was silent, clicking away at his laptop. We assumed he was going over the ultra sound records. He lifted his head and the ONLY thing he said was "You have your sequential screening scheduled right, when you go for it have them look at your left ovary, you have a cyst" ... That was it. Nothing else. Didn't broaden any further on anything or say ANYTHING about our baby's development... I just looked at him dumbfounded. My husband burst before I could..."Is THAT it? Is that a bad thing? Is she ok? How big is it? Is it from the pregnancy? Will it affect the pregnacy? .. How's the BABY doing???" ... Dr. Emami said.."It's tiny, likely nothing. Baby looks fine... Alright, see you in 4 weeks."...We said our good byes and left... I've read that cysts can be common with pregnancy.. So I didn't want to worry over it, but the fact that he didn't even discuss with us the most important factor of all. Our baby! Really infuriated me. Call it pregnancy hormones if I'm seeming overly sensitive but I feel you need a kinder, warmer approach and better bed side manner as a Dr. in this field. One which he clearly did not have. I wasn't comfortable at all with chance that he could be delivering our baby. Needless to say, my husband and I decided to change practices...And just to say..The cyst disappeared on its own.

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This office is a joke, I went to see them as I had a positive test but theirs came up negative. instead of believing me the doctors, Dr. Binder and Dr. Emami made me feel like I was crazy as they did not believe me. Then Dr. Emami went on to try and diagnose me with PCOS with no testing what so ever, and he told me I had PCOS because I was fat! He then wouldnt listen to me. I did my research on PCOS and weight although it does play a factor, is not the primary reason. I felt belittled and embarassed at the treatment I received I will never go back there. How can a doctor diagnose without running any tests. this to me says unprofessional and unqualified!!!!

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This office is a joke, I went to see them as I had a positive test but theirs came up negative. instead of believing me the doctors, Dr. Binder and Dr. Emami made me feel like I was crazy as they did not believe me. Then Dr. Emami went on to try and diagnose me with PCOS with no testing what so ever, and he told me I had PCOS because I was fat! He then wouldnt listen to me. I did my research on PCOS and weight although it does play a factor, is not the primary reason. I felt belittled and embarassed at the treatment I received I will never go back there. How can a doctor diagnose without running any tests. this to me says unprofessional and unqualified!!!!

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I personally love this office & have for the past 16 years. Dr. Binder delivered my 2 children & will soon deliver my 3rd. He may not be the most personable man...but let's sit back & realize what we're dealing with here, the health of your baby. He cares nothing more than your baby arriving safely. Ofcourse, he does care about your health, obviously...but he has my 5 Star approval for an overall, amazing doctor.
His professionalism goes beyond others. I've had 2 c-sections with Dr. Binder. He made me feel so comfortable & would ask how I was as I laid there strapped down on the operating bed getting ready for my c-section LOL. He would tell me how things were coming along with the birth... as if he knew what a mother would want to hear :) That made me feel good. Thanks Dr. Binder. Your work & care for others goes beyond expectations! Looking forward to my next baby's delivery with you as you make everything so comfortable!

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★★★★★

I personally love this office & have for the past 16 years. Dr. Binder delivered my 2 children & will soon deliver my 3rd. He may not be the most personable man...but let's sit back & realize what we're dealing with here, the health of your baby. He cares nothing more than your baby arriving safely. Ofcourse, he does care about your health, obviously...but he has my 5 Star approval for an overall, amazing doctor.
His professionalism goes beyond others. I've had 2 c-sections with Dr. Binder. He made me feel so comfortable & would ask how I was as I laid there strapped down on the operating bed getting ready for my c-section LOL. He would tell me how things were coming along with the birth... as if he knew what a mother would want to hear :) That made me feel good. Thanks Dr. Binder. Your work & care for others goes beyond expectations! Looking forward to my next baby's delivery with you as you make everything so comfortable!

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I LOVE this practice!! They are the most compassionate group there is.................... makes eveyone feel special the office is the best also...........I am happy to refer this group have used for 17 years

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I LOVE this practice!! They are the most compassionate group there is.................... makes eveyone feel special the office is the best also...........I am happy to refer this group have used for 17 years

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Last July, after a year of fertility treatments, I was finally pregnant with my third child. I had asked the doctors for an OB reference since my previous OB office was no longer delivering babies. I was strongly recommended to Dr. Kessler. Finding a new OB/Gyn is not easy when you are comfortable with who you have. When I called for the appointment, I was given two quick options right away. When I went in, Dr. Kessler did the exam and then had me come in his office to talk to him. He wanted to know my prior history for pregnancy which included two prior c-sections, as well as two miscarriages. He gave me much peace of mind. I was put in contact with maternal fetal medicine at Holy Redeemer since I am also a diabetic. I saw Dr. Kessler for almost every appointment. He always answered my questions. Once, when I felt pressured or bullyied by the perinatologist to have an amnio that I DID NOT want, I talked to him about it. He told me a personal story, and not to feel like I was doing myself any disservice by not having it done. He also called me several times personally when my results for possible Down's Syndrome came in. We did play phone tag, but every time I called, he did return my call back. My delivery was phenominal. I was fortunate that when they decided to deliver me due to low amniotic fluid, Dr. Kessler was on. I was very relieved. He explained everything that he was going to do and didn's use medical mumbo jumbo. Even told me that I had the right to sue him if something were to go wrong. Of my 3 cesearans, this one was by far the best experience! And I had three difference doctors do my cesearans. I made a point to tell him this at my follow-up appointment and he was truly grateful. Even said that he doesn't hear that stuff that often. I appreciated his demeanor, despite being difficult to get an appointment and having to wait a while in the waiting room for him.

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★★★★☆

Last July, after a year of fertility treatments, I was finally pregnant with my third child. I had asked the doctors for an OB reference since my previous OB office was no longer delivering babies. I was strongly recommended to Dr. Kessler. Finding a new OB/Gyn is not easy when you are comfortable with who you have. When I called for the appointment, I was given two quick options right away. When I went in, Dr. Kessler did the exam and then had me come in his office to talk to him. He wanted to know my prior history for pregnancy which included two prior c-sections, as well as two miscarriages. He gave me much peace of mind. I was put in contact with maternal fetal medicine at Holy Redeemer since I am also a diabetic. I saw Dr. Kessler for almost every appointment. He always answered my questions. Once, when I felt pressured or bullyied by the perinatologist to have an amnio that I DID NOT want, I talked to him about it. He told me a personal story, and not to feel like I was doing myself any disservice by not having it done. He also called me several times personally when my results for possible Down's Syndrome came in. We did play phone tag, but every time I called, he did return my call back. My delivery was phenominal. I was fortunate that when they decided to deliver me due to low amniotic fluid, Dr. Kessler was on. I was very relieved. He explained everything that he was going to do and didn's use medical mumbo jumbo. Even told me that I had the right to sue him if something were to go wrong. Of my 3 cesearans, this one was by far the best experience! And I had three difference doctors do my cesearans. I made a point to tell him this at my follow-up appointment and he was truly grateful. Even said that he doesn't hear that stuff that often. I appreciated his demeanor, despite being difficult to get an appointment and having to wait a while in the waiting room for him.

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I have been going to this office for about 5 years, and my biggest problem is with the receptionists and ability to schedule appointments. I have never been able to make a direct call to schedule an appointment, except once when there was a receptionist after 5. I find that they are much nicer than the ladies up front during the day. I am especially frustrated with making an appointment for Dr. Rubin because it always goes to a voicemail for Joan. I want to scream anymore when I hear this voicemail pick up. She always has to call me back, and we end up playing phone tag because I work 9-5 and I have minimal opportunities to use my phone during those hours. It's hard enough for me to face the need to call for a PAP, but when I have a medical issue, this really, really upsets me. As for the doctors, I started with Dr. Kessler, but because he was (and still is) so busy it often took a couple months to get an appointment with him. This led me to begin seeing Dr. Rubin because he was much more available when I had medical issues, and i could make an appointment within a day or two unless it was for a PAP. I once saw Dr. Emami, but never again because he made me feel very unconformable. Dr. Kessler has excellent bedside manner, but his busy schedule doesn't afford him to spend much time with my questions after an exam. I wish doctors had the time and understanding to apply more patience with their patients! Some women, like me, have a really hard time talking about their medical problems, especially involving the need for an OBGYN. It can be embarrassing, and it's so much worse when doctors have one foot out the door. Moving on, I find that Dr. Rubin is very eager to leave the room, but will stay back if I have questions. Sometimes he would immediately run out of the room if I didn't speak up right away, but if i chased him down, he was always willing to give me another minute. I feel pretty comfortable during an exam with him, but that's probably because I've seen him the most. As for Dr. Emami, he really made me feel uncomfortable. I was grateful he was available on short notice, but very creeped out by the way he stood back and looked at me under the covering. Every doctor I've ever been to has sat down before examining me naked in the lower region, but he stood up and I felt like he was leering at me - he even had a kind of half smile on his face. Very odd, dare I say inappropriate, and enough to make me never want to see him again. Overall, I have put off calling them to schedule my annual this time because the office makes it so difficult and I'm not sure it is worth it anymore. I've been trying to seek references from women I know, but now realize I can search for reviews online!

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★★★☆☆

I have been going to this office for about 5 years, and my biggest problem is with the receptionists and ability to schedule appointments. I have never been able to make a direct call to schedule an appointment, except once when there was a receptionist after 5. I find that they are much nicer than the ladies up front during the day. I am especially frustrated with making an appointment for Dr. Rubin because it always goes to a voicemail for Joan. I want to scream anymore when I hear this voicemail pick up. She always has to call me back, and we end up playing phone tag because I work 9-5 and I have minimal opportunities to use my phone during those hours. It's hard enough for me to face the need to call for a PAP, but when I have a medical issue, this really, really upsets me. As for the doctors, I started with Dr. Kessler, but because he was (and still is) so busy it often took a couple months to get an appointment with him. This led me to begin seeing Dr. Rubin because he was much more available when I had medical issues, and i could make an appointment within a day or two unless it was for a PAP. I once saw Dr. Emami, but never again because he made me feel very unconformable. Dr. Kessler has excellent bedside manner, but his busy schedule doesn't afford him to spend much time with my questions after an exam. I wish doctors had the time and understanding to apply more patience with their patients! Some women, like me, have a really hard time talking about their medical problems, especially involving the need for an OBGYN. It can be embarrassing, and it's so much worse when doctors have one foot out the door. Moving on, I find that Dr. Rubin is very eager to leave the room, but will stay back if I have questions. Sometimes he would immediately run out of the room if I didn't speak up right away, but if i chased him down, he was always willing to give me another minute. I feel pretty comfortable during an exam with him, but that's probably because I've seen him the most. As for Dr. Emami, he really made me feel uncomfortable. I was grateful he was available on short notice, but very creeped out by the way he stood back and looked at me under the covering. Every doctor I've ever been to has sat down before examining me naked in the lower region, but he stood up and I felt like he was leering at me - he even had a kind of half smile on his face. Very odd, dare I say inappropriate, and enough to make me never want to see him again. Overall, I have put off calling them to schedule my annual this time because the office makes it so difficult and I'm not sure it is worth it anymore. I've been trying to seek references from women I know, but now realize I can search for reviews online!

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I have been going to this office for over 19 years. When I went into labor with my first child, Dr Stephen Kessler AND his father, Dr Arnold Kessler were the most impressive doctors anyone could hope to have. I didn't dilate, and dad Kessler came into my room every hour all night long to pull on my cervix. By 10 am the next morning, I was fully dilated, but my son was facing up instead of down. Together they flipped him while he was still in my belly, and the next thing I new he was out and letting everyone know it. I truly believe that any other doctor would have just done a c section rather than bother with all of that. Dr Rubin was on duty for my second, but she was just easy and ready to see the world. Even though I moved out of Philadelphia, I wouldn't think of going to any other doctor than Dr Kessler. His secretary Joan is caring and steady as a rock. I always received a call back in a short time and my concerns were always addressed. Of course everyone has different viewpoints and experiences, but in my experience I would highly recommend this doctor.

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★★★★★

I have been going to this office for over 19 years. When I went into labor with my first child, Dr Stephen Kessler AND his father, Dr Arnold Kessler were the most impressive doctors anyone could hope to have. I didn't dilate, and dad Kessler came into my room every hour all night long to pull on my cervix. By 10 am the next morning, I was fully dilated, but my son was facing up instead of down. Together they flipped him while he was still in my belly, and the next thing I new he was out and letting everyone know it. I truly believe that any other doctor would have just done a c section rather than bother with all of that. Dr Rubin was on duty for my second, but she was just easy and ready to see the world. Even though I moved out of Philadelphia, I wouldn't think of going to any other doctor than Dr Kessler. His secretary Joan is caring and steady as a rock. I always received a call back in a short time and my concerns were always addressed. Of course everyone has different viewpoints and experiences, but in my experience I would highly recommend this doctor.

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....at this office was always positive! I had to choose a Dr semi-blindly through Holy Redeemer's website after the other hospitals in my area closed their maternity wards. I chose Dr Binder & immediately liked him! Because I was a first time patient to their office and pregnant, he began my first visit by bringing me into his office and discussing my current pregnancy and expectations, and wanted to become educated on my last pregnancy/birth that his office was not a part of. Often I've felt rushed by doctors, and I really felt like Dr Binder cared & didn't make the appointment seem rushed at all! As my pregnancy went on, I saw all doctors except Dr Kessler (I forgot I had to switch my appointments with the diff doctors up, and by the time I remembered, Kessler was on vacation). I liked all of the doctors, though. I've never once found Dr Binder to be rude like some other reviews state. I think maybe sometimes certain people have their own way of judging/perceiving people & if they're not peppy & energetic toward them, they think the person isn't interested in them or what they have to say. Dr Binder obviously has a more calm demeanor and has a little bit of a "dry" way about him, but he's always taken his time with me, answered my questions to satisfaction, made me feel complete;y confident with my & my baby's medical care, and is extremely polite. I never had a doctor help me up after getting my belly measured & after listening to my baby's heartbeat in the way that he did each and every time. He was very gentle & helpful. I was fortunate enough to have him induce & deliver my daughter as well. Rave reviews for him during that time, as well. I know there's always going to be someone saying something negatively about every doctor--or restaurant--or any place of business for that matter. But after seeing the negative reviews, I just felt the need to relay my positive experiences.

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★★★★★

....at this office was always positive! I had to choose a Dr semi-blindly through Holy Redeemer's website after the other hospitals in my area closed their maternity wards. I chose Dr Binder & immediately liked him! Because I was a first time patient to their office and pregnant, he began my first visit by bringing me into his office and discussing my current pregnancy and expectations, and wanted to become educated on my last pregnancy/birth that his office was not a part of. Often I've felt rushed by doctors, and I really felt like Dr Binder cared & didn't make the appointment seem rushed at all! As my pregnancy went on, I saw all doctors except Dr Kessler (I forgot I had to switch my appointments with the diff doctors up, and by the time I remembered, Kessler was on vacation). I liked all of the doctors, though. I've never once found Dr Binder to be rude like some other reviews state. I think maybe sometimes certain people have their own way of judging/perceiving people & if they're not peppy & energetic toward them, they think the person isn't interested in them or what they have to say. Dr Binder obviously has a more calm demeanor and has a little bit of a "dry" way about him, but he's always taken his time with me, answered my questions to satisfaction, made me feel complete;y confident with my & my baby's medical care, and is extremely polite. I never had a doctor help me up after getting my belly measured & after listening to my baby's heartbeat in the way that he did each and every time. He was very gentle & helpful. I was fortunate enough to have him induce & deliver my daughter as well. Rave reviews for him during that time, as well. I know there's always going to be someone saying something negatively about every doctor--or restaurant--or any place of business for that matter. But after seeing the negative reviews, I just felt the need to relay my positive experiences.

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I have been seeing Dr. Kessler for many years. I am 30 years old and I am pregnant with my second child. I wish I never went back to this practice for this pregnancy. I do not feel like I am getting the best care. I have to constantly ask them what is going on. I have to remind them about things like "aren't I do for my 5 month ultrasound". I have left two messages on separate occasions and never received a call back. When you are pregnant and your body is going through things that you aren't sure are "normal", you need someone to call you back. Dr. Rubin called and left a message once. When I called back is asked why I was calling. I had to tell him that he called ME. He then asked me if I knew why he had called. I told him I wasn't sure but gave him an indication of what I thought. He then proceeded to tell me that he didn't have my chart and could I call back the next day. When I called the next day, he could not find my chart and asked me again to call back the next day. They did not find my chart until the next day. VERY UNPROFESSIONAL. I have had other instances but I don't think I need to go on any longer to get the point across. Hope this helps!

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I have been seeing Dr. Kessler for many years. I am 30 years old and I am pregnant with my second child. I wish I never went back to this practice for this pregnancy. I do not feel like I am getting the best care. I have to constantly ask them what is going on. I have to remind them about things like "aren't I do for my 5 month ultrasound". I have left two messages on separate occasions and never received a call back. When you are pregnant and your body is going through things that you aren't sure are "normal", you need someone to call you back. Dr. Rubin called and left a message once. When I called back is asked why I was calling. I had to tell him that he called ME. He then asked me if I knew why he had called. I told him I wasn't sure but gave him an indication of what I thought. He then proceeded to tell me that he didn't have my chart and could I call back the next day. When I called the next day, he could not find my chart and asked me again to call back the next day. They did not find my chart until the next day. VERY UNPROFESSIONAL. I have had other instances but I don't think I need to go on any longer to get the point across. Hope this helps!

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I am sorry but I personally think Dr. Binder was one of the best doctor's I have seen. I have dealt with this office for both of my pregnancies. Dr. Rubin handled me through my first pregnancy with my daughter, he induced me but was off duty when it was time to deliver, I had the woman doctor (back in 2002) deliver her. Now I'm sorry but my daughter was born very sickly and had to stay in the NICU unit for a week I was not allowed to even hold her once she was born. Later on that day when the doctor came in to check to see how I was doing after the birth, Dr. Kessler sat on my bed and told me basically that if I was not induced when I was my daughter would of been a still born child. Now excuse me what kind of rude, ignorant doctor would say that to a woman who just gave birth to her first child only hours after they found out what was wrong. I was 21 when I gave birth to my daughter, after that I decided I did not want to see him again. No doctor should be allowed to get away with that. For my second pregnancy I started seeing Dr. Binder and thought he was wonderful. Very kind and compassionate and had very good bed side manner. He induced and delivered my son. I would definitely go back to seeing Dr. Binder again.

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★★★★☆

I am sorry but I personally think Dr. Binder was one of the best doctor's I have seen. I have dealt with this office for both of my pregnancies. Dr. Rubin handled me through my first pregnancy with my daughter, he induced me but was off duty when it was time to deliver, I had the woman doctor (back in 2002) deliver her. Now I'm sorry but my daughter was born very sickly and had to stay in the NICU unit for a week I was not allowed to even hold her once she was born. Later on that day when the doctor came in to check to see how I was doing after the birth, Dr. Kessler sat on my bed and told me basically that if I was not induced when I was my daughter would of been a still born child. Now excuse me what kind of rude, ignorant doctor would say that to a woman who just gave birth to her first child only hours after they found out what was wrong. I was 21 when I gave birth to my daughter, after that I decided I did not want to see him again. No doctor should be allowed to get away with that. For my second pregnancy I started seeing Dr. Binder and thought he was wonderful. Very kind and compassionate and had very good bed side manner. He induced and delivered my son. I would definitely go back to seeing Dr. Binder again.

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Dr. Kessler is a terrific Dr. He delivered both of my children flawlessly and was always their for me during my pregnancies. He is very well liked. I can not say the same for the other Dr.'s at this practice. Agreeing above that the woman Cheryl in the office is a nightmare to deal with on any occasion. I cringe when she answers the phone. She is rude and should not be working in a Dr.'s office. She has been their for years and many of the patients are not big fans of hers.

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★★★★☆

Dr. Kessler is a terrific Dr. He delivered both of my children flawlessly and was always their for me during my pregnancies. He is very well liked. I can not say the same for the other Dr.'s at this practice. Agreeing above that the woman Cheryl in the office is a nightmare to deal with on any occasion. I cringe when she answers the phone. She is rude and should not be working in a Dr.'s office. She has been their for years and many of the patients are not big fans of hers.

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I have to say that I have never written an online review for anything but I felt compelled to tell potential patients about Dr. Binder. Ultimately Dr. Kessler had to get involved and "fix" a lot of the issues Dr. Binder either didn't follow up on or blatantly gave me incorrect information.

I notice that most of the negative reviews of Dr. Binder are gone and now I've spent 30 minutes trying to write a review that this program will accept.

I will only say that if you want a respectful, competent and technically sound doctor don't go to Dr. Binder.

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I have to say that I have never written an online review for anything but I felt compelled to tell potential patients about Dr. Binder. Ultimately Dr. Kessler had to get involved and "fix" a lot of the issues Dr. Binder either didn't follow up on or blatantly gave me incorrect information.

I notice that most of the negative reviews of Dr. Binder are gone and now I've spent 30 minutes trying to write a review that this program will accept.

I will only say that if you want a respectful, competent and technically sound doctor don't go to Dr. Binder.

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I was originally referred to this office to see Dr Kessler but because HE is such a great dr I was forced to schedule with another one. At the time that I made my first appointment I was having severe pain (along with other symptoms) due to endometriosis. After my first appt with Dr Binder I was satisfied. Then about 6 months later I had to see Dr Binder again because the pain was back with a vengeance. I saw him and when he walked into the exam room he said "What brings you in today?" I said "the pain has gotten unbearable." He said, "the pain?". Ok granted I have only seen him once but Jesus look at my chart before you walk into a room to see your patient. During my visit with him I felt no compassion for the pain I was going through. He gave me the impression that I was wasting his time! About a month later I got my period and for the first time in my life I had to call the dr to have something prescribed for the pain. He did prescribe it to me but kind of with an attitude. Oh, before I got to speak with the dr I had to talk to the receptionist Cheryl. She was very rude and she tried giving me medical advice-which isn't her place to do. Now it is a month later, my period is back and the pain again is severe. I called the dr's office yesterday 3 times and never heard from the dr. I called again today and Cheryl (again being very rude) claimed that the dr tried calling me 3 times yesterday-which is untrue. I was home the whole time waiting for the call. She said the dr wasn't in today and wouldn't be back til tomorrow. I said I wanted to speak to another dr. Right away she said "he's not going to give you pain meds!" I am being treated like I'm a drug addict! Out of the 8 years that I have been treated for endometriosis this is the worst treatment I've ever gotten!!! If you are a woman that suffers with endometriosis I highly suggest you don't go to this office!!! They don't understand the disease nor how much pain a person goes through who has endometriosis!

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I was originally referred to this office to see Dr Kessler but because HE is such a great dr I was forced to schedule with another one. At the time that I made my first appointment I was having severe pain (along with other symptoms) due to endometriosis. After my first appt with Dr Binder I was satisfied. Then about 6 months later I had to see Dr Binder again because the pain was back with a vengeance. I saw him and when he walked into the exam room he said "What brings you in today?" I said "the pain has gotten unbearable." He said, "the pain?". Ok granted I have only seen him once but Jesus look at my chart before you walk into a room to see your patient. During my visit with him I felt no compassion for the pain I was going through. He gave me the impression that I was wasting his time! About a month later I got my period and for the first time in my life I had to call the dr to have something prescribed for the pain. He did prescribe it to me but kind of with an attitude. Oh, before I got to speak with the dr I had to talk to the receptionist Cheryl. She was very rude and she tried giving me medical advice-which isn't her place to do. Now it is a month later, my period is back and the pain again is severe. I called the dr's office yesterday 3 times and never heard from the dr. I called again today and Cheryl (again being very rude) claimed that the dr tried calling me 3 times yesterday-which is untrue. I was home the whole time waiting for the call. She said the dr wasn't in today and wouldn't be back til tomorrow. I said I wanted to speak to another dr. Right away she said "he's not going to give you pain meds!" I am being treated like I'm a drug addict! Out of the 8 years that I have been treated for endometriosis this is the worst treatment I've ever gotten!!! If you are a woman that suffers with endometriosis I highly suggest you don't go to this office!!! They don't understand the disease nor how much pain a person goes through who has endometriosis!

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I have been going to Millenium for about 15 years. Dr. Stephen Kessler is one of the best, in my opinion. He has delivered both of my children, one of them by c-section. He is extremely knowledgeable, kind, caring and has a great bedside manner! Many of my friends also go to Millenium. I would (and have) highly recommend them!! The only downside is that Dr. Kessler, is a little hard to get an appointment with quickly, but I think that goes along with him being such a great doctor!

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I have been going to Millenium for about 15 years. Dr. Stephen Kessler is one of the best, in my opinion. He has delivered both of my children, one of them by c-section. He is extremely knowledgeable, kind, caring and has a great bedside manner! Many of my friends also go to Millenium. I would (and have) highly recommend them!! The only downside is that Dr. Kessler, is a little hard to get an appointment with quickly, but I think that goes along with him being such a great doctor!

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