Women's Health Care-Norman: Ollar Leslie J DO

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  • 500 E Robinson St # 2400

    Norman, OK 73071

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Just come to your scheduled induction ready for a c-section, thats all i have to say. Thats her MO, completely across the board.

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Just come to your scheduled induction ready for a c-section, thats all i have to say. Thats her MO, completely across the board.

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I have seen Dr.Anderson for ten years now and have been thru 6 high risk pregnancies and 3 deliveries going on the 4th. Granted I have seen a lot of changes in the ten years I have been with her, and her office has grown so much that you don't get as much of the "talking" as you used too, but I have cried and broken down over the deaths of my babies and she stayed and hugged me and let me cry and had me come back in her office after closing just to answer any questions my husband and I had! I can't say that any other Doctor I have EVER been too would do that!! Yes the staff quality (receptionist, scheduling, etc.) (not the nurses) has gone down hill but I think it has to do with the turn over rate of the employees. (owning a company myself, I know employees now days do the least amount of work possible to get the paycheck!) And Dr.Anderson is a high risk Doctor so she is THE Doctor that other Doctors send their high risk patients to, so she has too fit them in with her normal patients, and yes the wait time can be very long. (especially if she has to run over to the hospital to deliver) All in all I wouldn't ever think of seeing another Dr.

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★★★★★

I have seen Dr.Anderson for ten years now and have been thru 6 high risk pregnancies and 3 deliveries going on the 4th. Granted I have seen a lot of changes in the ten years I have been with her, and her office has grown so much that you don't get as much of the "talking" as you used too, but I have cried and broken down over the deaths of my babies and she stayed and hugged me and let me cry and had me come back in her office after closing just to answer any questions my husband and I had! I can't say that any other Doctor I have EVER been too would do that!! Yes the staff quality (receptionist, scheduling, etc.) (not the nurses) has gone down hill but I think it has to do with the turn over rate of the employees. (owning a company myself, I know employees now days do the least amount of work possible to get the paycheck!) And Dr.Anderson is a high risk Doctor so she is THE Doctor that other Doctors send their high risk patients to, so she has too fit them in with her normal patients, and yes the wait time can be very long. (especially if she has to run over to the hospital to deliver) All in all I wouldn't ever think of seeing another Dr.

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I feel like every time I go to Dr. Ollar I get what I went for, the only thing I wish they did was more ultrasounds but o??well not a big deal. But anyways I think that Dr. Ollar and Anderson are very good doctors, and to the people that say other wise just have no patience. They do a great job and why don??t you think about being in their shoes for one day and see how good of a job you do, I??ll be honest I could never do their job that??s why I have the babies and they deliver them. So GOOD job to you both!!

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★★★★★

I feel like every time I go to Dr. Ollar I get what I went for, the only thing I wish they did was more ultrasounds but o??well not a big deal. But anyways I think that Dr. Ollar and Anderson are very good doctors, and to the people that say other wise just have no patience. They do a great job and why don??t you think about being in their shoes for one day and see how good of a job you do, I??ll be honest I could never do their job that??s why I have the babies and they deliver them. So GOOD job to you both!!

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Dr. Ollar is the best Dr. ever she delivered my daughter and i am pregnant again and i still go to her.I will absolutely not go to another Dr. She always answers ALL of my questions to her best ability which always seems to make me feel better, I also love her nurse, they always seem to understand what i am asking and always seem to call me back fast if i have a question or a problem. they have ALWAYS treated me like family. And have no problem telling anyone that she is the best Dr. ever, and telling everyone to go to her. But yes the wait is long but guess what everyone your NOT the only person they need to see through the day be patient they do their best, and thats all they can do.

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★★★★★

Dr. Ollar is the best Dr. ever she delivered my daughter and i am pregnant again and i still go to her.I will absolutely not go to another Dr. She always answers ALL of my questions to her best ability which always seems to make me feel better, I also love her nurse, they always seem to understand what i am asking and always seem to call me back fast if i have a question or a problem. they have ALWAYS treated me like family. And have no problem telling anyone that she is the best Dr. ever, and telling everyone to go to her. But yes the wait is long but guess what everyone your NOT the only person they need to see through the day be patient they do their best, and thats all they can do.

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Although I believe that Dr. Anderson may be competent, I cannot not give her any more praise than that. I found her office to be so poorly managed that I never once waited less than 1 1/2 hours to get from the waiting room to the examination/second waiting room - and that includes over 20 visits, none of which can be excused by her being busy with a delivery, according to the receptionist. I found Dr. Anderson to be somewhat rude and insulting and that her bedside manner made me feel like a cash cow. I felt that she was simply trying to push as many through the door a day as possible - without having to actually sit and converse with any of them. She also had no respect for my birth plan and eventually chose the day and method by which my baby was to be born. Then when my water broke - three hours before the Dr.'s scheduled time for the delivery - she couldn't be bothered to show up for the birth. A doctor I had neither seen before, nor ever saw again, showed up for the delivery. Do yourself a favor and don't believe the hype - this female doctor has no respect for expecting women. That having been said, unlike some of the other reviewers, I found her nursing staff to be polite and attentive. In fact, most of the time I felt it was her nurse/PA that was the only one actually acting like my doctor since she was the one doing many of the examinations, answering my questions, returning my calls and writing any necessary prescriptions.

PROS: She has a medical degree, albeit not an MD

CONS: Everything else

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Although I believe that Dr. Anderson may be competent, I cannot not give her any more praise than that. I found her office to be so poorly managed that I never once waited less than 1 1/2 hours to get from the waiting room to the examination/second waiting room - and that includes over 20 visits, none of which can be excused by her being busy with a delivery, according to the receptionist. I found Dr. Anderson to be somewhat rude and insulting and that her bedside manner made me feel like a cash cow. I felt that she was simply trying to push as many through the door a day as possible - without having to actually sit and converse with any of them. She also had no respect for my birth plan and eventually chose the day and method by which my baby was to be born. Then when my water broke - three hours before the Dr.'s scheduled time for the delivery - she couldn't be bothered to show up for the birth. A doctor I had neither seen before, nor ever saw again, showed up for the delivery. Do yourself a favor and don't believe the hype - this female doctor has no respect for expecting women. That having been said, unlike some of the other reviewers, I found her nursing staff to be polite and attentive. In fact, most of the time I felt it was her nurse/PA that was the only one actually acting like my doctor since she was the one doing many of the examinations, answering my questions, returning my calls and writing any necessary prescriptions.

PROS: She has a medical degree, albeit not an MD

CONS: Everything else

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I was turned away from my new patient appointment because my new insurance card had not come in the mail yet. I had a temporary card from my insurance company and they would not allow me to see the Dr without paying in full. I asked them to call the insurance company to confirm, and they refused, stating "that is not our policy". I left in tears letting them know I would not be rescheduling. After getting to my car, sobbing, I decided I was not taking the morning off of work for nothing, and called my insurance company. The representative from Blue Cross, kindly put me on hold and called the office. They, then, agreed to see me. I went back in and there was no apology just the same, rude treatment. I then was seated (1 hour after I had arrived and 45 minutes after my appointment time) and sat in the waiting room watching it clear out and fill up again. I waited another 45 minutes (close to 2 hours after my appointment time). They did not even have the courtesy to put me at the front of the line.I mus say that although my blood pressure was up and I was shaking from my anxiety over the experience, the visit with Dr Waterman was WONDERFUL! She was so kind and caring and apologized several times and vowed that she would make this a learning experience for them.I spoke to a friend later that day and she had the same experience at the same office! Unfortunately, she is not in the insurance/health care industry as I am and didn't know how to help herself so she didn't get seen that day. I wonder how many people they've turned away like this.Again, I WILL return to see Dr Waterman. It was obvious to me that her staff was no reflection of the way she treated her patients.

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★★☆☆☆

I was turned away from my new patient appointment because my new insurance card had not come in the mail yet. I had a temporary card from my insurance company and they would not allow me to see the Dr without paying in full. I asked them to call the insurance company to confirm, and they refused, stating "that is not our policy". I left in tears letting them know I would not be rescheduling. After getting to my car, sobbing, I decided I was not taking the morning off of work for nothing, and called my insurance company. The representative from Blue Cross, kindly put me on hold and called the office. They, then, agreed to see me. I went back in and there was no apology just the same, rude treatment. I then was seated (1 hour after I had arrived and 45 minutes after my appointment time) and sat in the waiting room watching it clear out and fill up again. I waited another 45 minutes (close to 2 hours after my appointment time). They did not even have the courtesy to put me at the front of the line.I mus say that although my blood pressure was up and I was shaking from my anxiety over the experience, the visit with Dr Waterman was WONDERFUL! She was so kind and caring and apologized several times and vowed that she would make this a learning experience for them.I spoke to a friend later that day and she had the same experience at the same office! Unfortunately, she is not in the insurance/health care industry as I am and didn't know how to help herself so she didn't get seen that day. I wonder how many people they've turned away like this.Again, I WILL return to see Dr Waterman. It was obvious to me that her staff was no reflection of the way she treated her patients.

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Dr. Anderson is wonderful. I went through 2 pregnancies with her. I don't have a single complaint about Dr. Anderson.

I do have a complaint about her office and nursing staff. The office staff isn't quite up to snuff. They are abrupt and seemed overly hurried. The nurse that called me about my test results didn't seem to know how to read them. I was suppose to have a biopsy done but she wasn't able to answer any of my questions and told me to talk to the doctor they referred me to. When I called them they didn't know why I was calling. Not at all comforting. Told them that I wasn't going to let anyone touch me until I knew for sure everyone was on the same page.

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★★★★☆

Dr. Anderson is wonderful. I went through 2 pregnancies with her. I don't have a single complaint about Dr. Anderson.

I do have a complaint about her office and nursing staff. The office staff isn't quite up to snuff. They are abrupt and seemed overly hurried. The nurse that called me about my test results didn't seem to know how to read them. I was suppose to have a biopsy done but she wasn't able to answer any of my questions and told me to talk to the doctor they referred me to. When I called them they didn't know why I was calling. Not at all comforting. Told them that I wasn't going to let anyone touch me until I knew for sure everyone was on the same page.

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I am NOT a first-time mom, so thankfully I knew better than to put up with unacceptable care. I switched to Dr. Anderson after hearing good reviews of her from someone I knew casually, however, I experienced ridiculous wait times and I was looking for care that was less "managed". Once I waited for nearly 3 hours. I ended up using up most of my vacation for doctor visits and not saving it for at least one paycheck while on maternity leave.

Also, I did not want to schedule my birth as she suggested several months in advance, and also did not want an episiotomy, which, she told me she favored during delivery. I left in tears. I also was troubled by the fact that so many of her delivery photos were in the operating room--I already have a natural passageway, why would I need to be cut open?

I decided I needed a provider who knew more about gentle birth options, so I switched to the OU Midwives, who were fantastic. I waited three months for my refund check, and they wanted to charge me to mail it to me.

I thought perhaps a female D.O. would have a different perspective on gynecological care, however, I was wrong. I'm not hippy-dippy, either, I just don't want unnecessary things done to my body or my baby if possible. (Look at it this way, if they get $700 to cut your vagina or $0 to not cut it, what do you think they'll do? Do you want sex to be painful for the rest of your life just so your doctor can pocket $700? Probably not).

Ladies, you're in charge of your care, your pregnancies. Don't be afraid to find care that's appropriate to your needs.

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★★☆☆☆

I am NOT a first-time mom, so thankfully I knew better than to put up with unacceptable care. I switched to Dr. Anderson after hearing good reviews of her from someone I knew casually, however, I experienced ridiculous wait times and I was looking for care that was less "managed". Once I waited for nearly 3 hours. I ended up using up most of my vacation for doctor visits and not saving it for at least one paycheck while on maternity leave.

Also, I did not want to schedule my birth as she suggested several months in advance, and also did not want an episiotomy, which, she told me she favored during delivery. I left in tears. I also was troubled by the fact that so many of her delivery photos were in the operating room--I already have a natural passageway, why would I need to be cut open?

I decided I needed a provider who knew more about gentle birth options, so I switched to the OU Midwives, who were fantastic. I waited three months for my refund check, and they wanted to charge me to mail it to me.

I thought perhaps a female D.O. would have a different perspective on gynecological care, however, I was wrong. I'm not hippy-dippy, either, I just don't want unnecessary things done to my body or my baby if possible. (Look at it this way, if they get $700 to cut your vagina or $0 to not cut it, what do you think they'll do? Do you want sex to be painful for the rest of your life just so your doctor can pocket $700? Probably not).

Ladies, you're in charge of your care, your pregnancies. Don't be afraid to find care that's appropriate to your needs.

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Dr. Ollar-Shoemake has been my dr for over 5 years. She has performed 3 surgeries on me and always top quality with no complications. Dr. Ollar-Shoemake is a wonderful Dr and person. The whole office; the Dr's, nurses, administrators and receptionists are friendly, patient and helpful.

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★★★★★

Dr. Ollar-Shoemake has been my dr for over 5 years. She has performed 3 surgeries on me and always top quality with no complications. Dr. Ollar-Shoemake is a wonderful Dr and person. The whole office; the Dr's, nurses, administrators and receptionists are friendly, patient and helpful.

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I've seen Dr. Anderson for 8 yrs now. She is amazing. She specializes in high risk Obstetricis. I first went to her when I was trying to miscarry my first child. She was very attentive and caring. She was able to put me at ease. She has wonderful bedside manner. I would and have recommend her to any female. All the nurses and doctors in the practice are all very knowledgeable and caring.

PROS: Next door to the hospital, very caring
CONS: none

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★★★★★

I've seen Dr. Anderson for 8 yrs now. She is amazing. She specializes in high risk Obstetricis. I first went to her when I was trying to miscarry my first child. She was very attentive and caring. She was able to put me at ease. She has wonderful bedside manner. I would and have recommend her to any female. All the nurses and doctors in the practice are all very knowledgeable and caring.

PROS: Next door to the hospital, very caring
CONS: none

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