Women's Care Florida

★★☆☆☆
  • 13601 Bruce B. Downs Suite 160 Suite 321

    Tampa, FL 33613

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  • 813-972-4488

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When I got pregnant I chose to visit this office because Dr. Bray and Dr. Solomon were recommended in a magazine as being among the best OB/GYN's in Tampa. They did not disappoint! They were professional, knowledgeable and made me feel comfortable. Also the nurses were friendly and courteous. Unfortunately I also had many bad experiences at that office:

1. Try calling the office. It is a nightmare getting through to an actual person.

2. I had to pay for the birth of my child by the end of my second trimester. I was sitting in the waiting room when the receptionist practically threw the bill and consent form in my lap, and commanded me to sign it. There was no explanation, just a monthly payment plan and a description of my upcoming expenses. After looking through it I realized I was being charged for a circumcision of my unborn child. Here is the irony: the gender of the baby was still unknown, nor did I ever express the desire to have my newborn circumcised.

3. I needed a referral for the mid point ultrasound. Instead of making one for me the receptionist told me that "since my husband works at USF, he can organize the referral" (He is a computer scientist).

4. I had to see all doctors in the practice, since I could not choose whom I will have at the delivery.

5. One of the doctors ordered a very unnecessary tests that could have easily been avoided by asking a few questions. It turned out my insurance did not cover it and I was billed $9000. The doctor also ordered other unnecessary procedures later on (those were genetic tests that would have only been relevant to the unborn child if my husband would have been of the same descendants, which he was not).

6. A lot of paperwork to fill out, two times over. Even if you filled out the paperwork in December, you will have to do it over again in the New Year, even if it is only a week later.

7 .Be prepared to wait very long to be seen. At one time I waited for almost 2 hours.

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★★☆☆☆

When I got pregnant I chose to visit this office because Dr. Bray and Dr. Solomon were recommended in a magazine as being among the best OB/GYN's in Tampa. They did not disappoint! They were professional, knowledgeable and made me feel comfortable. Also the nurses were friendly and courteous. Unfortunately I also had many bad experiences at that office:

1. Try calling the office. It is a nightmare getting through to an actual person.

2. I had to pay for the birth of my child by the end of my second trimester. I was sitting in the waiting room when the receptionist practically threw the bill and consent form in my lap, and commanded me to sign it. There was no explanation, just a monthly payment plan and a description of my upcoming expenses. After looking through it I realized I was being charged for a circumcision of my unborn child. Here is the irony: the gender of the baby was still unknown, nor did I ever express the desire to have my newborn circumcised.

3. I needed a referral for the mid point ultrasound. Instead of making one for me the receptionist told me that "since my husband works at USF, he can organize the referral" (He is a computer scientist).

4. I had to see all doctors in the practice, since I could not choose whom I will have at the delivery.

5. One of the doctors ordered a very unnecessary tests that could have easily been avoided by asking a few questions. It turned out my insurance did not cover it and I was billed $9000. The doctor also ordered other unnecessary procedures later on (those were genetic tests that would have only been relevant to the unborn child if my husband would have been of the same descendants, which he was not).

6. A lot of paperwork to fill out, two times over. Even if you filled out the paperwork in December, you will have to do it over again in the New Year, even if it is only a week later.

7 .Be prepared to wait very long to be seen. At one time I waited for almost 2 hours.

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