Outer Banks Center For Women

★★☆☆☆
  • 4917 S Croatan Hwy 1A

    Nags Head, NC 27959

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  • 252-449-2100

About Outer Banks Center For Women

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Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri 9am-2:30pm

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I go to her for well woman care. I would not suggest the practice for prenatal care as one can not be certain which doctor is going to be on call for the birth. The practice has a very high rate of unnecessary C-sections.

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I go to her for well woman care. I would not suggest the practice for prenatal care as one can not be certain which doctor is going to be on call for the birth. The practice has a very high rate of unnecessary C-sections.

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I just recently had a child and used this office as my OB. Throughout my pregnancy my ultrasounds were coming back showing I was caring a large baby(Keep in mind I am a tiny woman). Instead of inducing me as they should have or scheduling a C-section I went into labor right before my due date which no doctor was really sure when it was. The baby was so large that she was lodged in my pelvic bone which caused for an episiotomy and the vacuum to be used. Finally they got her out and I hemorrhaged needing two blood transfusions which I almost lost all the blood in my body and died. Every visit I went to I never seen the same doctor, for the first 8 months of my pregnancy they had my info in someone elses file and could not find my ultrasounds, suppose that's why no one really new when my due date was. Anyhow enough is enough, please take precautions when using this center.

PROS: NONE
CONS: My whole experience

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★☆☆☆☆

I just recently had a child and used this office as my OB. Throughout my pregnancy my ultrasounds were coming back showing I was caring a large baby(Keep in mind I am a tiny woman). Instead of inducing me as they should have or scheduling a C-section I went into labor right before my due date which no doctor was really sure when it was. The baby was so large that she was lodged in my pelvic bone which caused for an episiotomy and the vacuum to be used. Finally they got her out and I hemorrhaged needing two blood transfusions which I almost lost all the blood in my body and died. Every visit I went to I never seen the same doctor, for the first 8 months of my pregnancy they had my info in someone elses file and could not find my ultrasounds, suppose that's why no one really new when my due date was. Anyhow enough is enough, please take precautions when using this center.

PROS: NONE
CONS: My whole experience

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These doctors don't 'overbook' their days. They listen to your concerns. They don't dismiss your fears as being insignificant. Generally, you don't have a long wait (unless someone goes into labor!) and they accept many different insurances.

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These doctors don't 'overbook' their days. They listen to your concerns. They don't dismiss your fears as being insignificant. Generally, you don't have a long wait (unless someone goes into labor!) and they accept many different insurances.

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