Christy L. Clayton, MD

★★☆☆☆
Christy L. Clayton, MD is board certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology and has 28 years of experience.
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919-233-0488

160 Macgregor Pines Drive

Cary, NC

27511

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About Christy L. Clayton, MD

Categories
  • Ob-Gyn
Board Certified
Yes
Years Of Experience
28
Gender
Female
School
E Carolina University
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I don't know what the problem with Dr. Clayton is, but she is rude and frequently agitated, negative, and angry.

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★☆☆☆☆

I don't know what the problem with Dr. Clayton is, but she is rude and frequently agitated, negative, and angry.

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My husband and I are done having kids (have had 2), but I can guarantee you that if we had another one, we would NOT stay at CWC. I actually am going to go to Dr. Tatawhi's new office for my annual this January because I refuse to deal with this office any longer. I need to post a review about all of my bad experiences as I was pregnant, but I don't have the time to list them all right now. My first pregnancy wasn't that bad (except the rude sonographer lady). I only stayed there throughout my second pregnancy because I didn't want to leave midway through. I'll post more later.

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★☆☆☆☆

My husband and I are done having kids (have had 2), but I can guarantee you that if we had another one, we would NOT stay at CWC. I actually am going to go to Dr. Tatawhi's new office for my annual this January because I refuse to deal with this office any longer. I need to post a review about all of my bad experiences as I was pregnant, but I don't have the time to list them all right now. My first pregnancy wasn't that bad (except the rude sonographer lady). I only stayed there throughout my second pregnancy because I didn't want to leave midway through. I'll post more later.

Pros: None

Cons: Rude Sonographer, Terribly long waits, Clueless doctors

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Dirtiest Dr's office I've even been to. This is a brand new office, in a brand new building and still everything seems dirty. There are no sinks in the exam rooms, just hand sanitizer. The Dr goes from room to room without washing her hands, just squirting on sanitizer. Gross to think about while you're getting a pap smear. The walls are paper thin so you can hear everything and everyone can hear you. Really hard to talk about personal problems that way. Had to get an abdominal ultrasound and the tech was probably the rudest nurse I've ever dealt with. She used a rubber glove and lube on the transducer - That can not be sanitary. The wait time was also crazy. I had an appt at 8:30 and the Dr didn't even get there until 9, then there was another 30 min wait while she chatted with staff. I would stay away from this office at all costs.

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★☆☆☆☆

Dirtiest Dr's office I've even been to. This is a brand new office, in a brand new building and still everything seems dirty. There are no sinks in the exam rooms, just hand sanitizer. The Dr goes from room to room without washing her hands, just squirting on sanitizer. Gross to think about while you're getting a pap smear. The walls are paper thin so you can hear everything and everyone can hear you. Really hard to talk about personal problems that way. Had to get an abdominal ultrasound and the tech was probably the rudest nurse I've ever dealt with. She used a rubber glove and lube on the transducer - That can not be sanitary. The wait time was also crazy. I had an appt at 8:30 and the Dr didn't even get there until 9, then there was another 30 min wait while she chatted with staff. I would stay away from this office at all costs.

Pros: nothing

Cons: no hand washing, dirty, rude nurses, long waits

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We changed our OB/GYN because of couple of reasons:
- More than once when my wife went there, the lab did not know why she was there. No paper work.
- my wife was asked to have a sugar test after 24 weeks. When she reached there, they did not have that in file, and did not provide any details that this is a hourly test.
- Weight was written wrong in the charts. When asked, the doctor said: Oh, just a mistake.
- She went again for the sugar test, and this time the form was filled incorrecty. The results were showing extremely low sugar (she should have got fits), and no one from office called us. We called after 3 days to get the results.
- After we asked to transfer the records to new doctor, we were told to pay some thing like $20 first and then we will release. No one was able to take the information of my credit card on phone. I had to drive and collect the papers.

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★☆☆☆☆

We changed our OB/GYN because of couple of reasons:
- More than once when my wife went there, the lab did not know why she was there. No paper work.
- my wife was asked to have a sugar test after 24 weeks. When she reached there, they did not have that in file, and did not provide any details that this is a hourly test.
- Weight was written wrong in the charts. When asked, the doctor said: Oh, just a mistake.
- She went again for the sugar test, and this time the form was filled incorrecty. The results were showing extremely low sugar (she should have got fits), and no one from office called us. We called after 3 days to get the results.
- After we asked to transfer the records to new doctor, we were told to pay some thing like $20 first and then we will release. No one was able to take the information of my credit card on phone. I had to drive and collect the papers.

Pros: All women

Cons: no time for patients, disorganized,

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I TOTALLY disagree with the previous review. The doctors of Cary Womens Center have delivered all 4 of my children - including a particularly difficult pregnancy - and I have always felt that I was in good, capable and caring hands. I have referred many of my friends and family members to them, all of whom say the same thing. My niece went to see Dr. Flanagan for her first Gyn visit prior to college. Dr. F spent 30 minutes just talking to her, explaining the exam and answering all of her questions - all of this before even doing the exam. When my neighbor was diagnosed with breast cancer, Dr. F called her at home to check on her during the early stages of her treatment - and actually sent her flowers to brighten her day. When my 3rd child required delivery by c-section, Dr. Clayton explained every detail and risk involved. She then walked with me and held my hand all the way back to the operating room, staying by my side until my husband arrived. When I went into labor with my last child and called Dr. Tahtawi, she arrived to the hospital before I did - even though it was 2 am! And when my mother couldn't get an appointment with her family doctor for a non-GYN issue, the doctors of Cary Women Center took the time to get in touch with the other office and expedited an appointment for her the very same day! While I will admit that the wait can occasionally run long, these professional women are worth the wait! I encourage anyone else out there to share the POSITIVE experiences of Cary Womens Center which, given the number of people they care for in our community, I'm sure are numerous.

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★★★★☆

I TOTALLY disagree with the previous review. The doctors of Cary Womens Center have delivered all 4 of my children - including a particularly difficult pregnancy - and I have always felt that I was in good, capable and caring hands. I have referred many of my friends and family members to them, all of whom say the same thing. My niece went to see Dr. Flanagan for her first Gyn visit prior to college. Dr. F spent 30 minutes just talking to her, explaining the exam and answering all of her questions - all of this before even doing the exam. When my neighbor was diagnosed with breast cancer, Dr. F called her at home to check on her during the early stages of her treatment - and actually sent her flowers to brighten her day. When my 3rd child required delivery by c-section, Dr. Clayton explained every detail and risk involved. She then walked with me and held my hand all the way back to the operating room, staying by my side until my husband arrived. When I went into labor with my last child and called Dr. Tahtawi, she arrived to the hospital before I did - even though it was 2 am! And when my mother couldn't get an appointment with her family doctor for a non-GYN issue, the doctors of Cary Women Center took the time to get in touch with the other office and expedited an appointment for her the very same day! While I will admit that the wait can occasionally run long, these professional women are worth the wait! I encourage anyone else out there to share the POSITIVE experiences of Cary Womens Center which, given the number of people they care for in our community, I'm sure are numerous.

Pros: caring professionals who know their stuff

Cons: wait time sometimes problematic

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DO NOT USE THIS PRACTICE!!! I went to Cary Women's Center (Dr./Owner Christy Clayton/Dr. Tiffany Flanagan/Dr. Samira Tahtawi) in June '06 & was told that it appeared by my ultrasound that I had lost my baby ("it looks like an empty sac") and it was suggested that I go ahead and consider a D&C (which I refused). They did not check my hormone levels (pretty standard practice, especially when the doctor thinks you are at risk of losing the baby and needs more info), so I went back to the practice and asked for this to be done. After two lab draws, I was told that my hormone levels did not rise as they should have and this was not good news. A couple of days after the first ultrasound, I had another one & was told the same thing - no evidence of a viable fetus. My husband and I, at this point, told our families what was going on. I cried for days - woke up crying at night. It was horrible. Seven days after the first ultrasound was read, I went to another practice after insisting on something more being done to be 100% sure. Imagine expecting nothing from this, and then hearing a little heartbeat & seeing a "non-empty" sac showing on the screen above. It's now January, and my husband and I are having a little baby girl in 7 weeks. If I had listened to these folks, I would have aborted a child that is due in February '07. On top of everything - a month or so ago, this practice actually sent us a bill for my deductible they say we owe from the two ultrasounds read incorrectly & the bloodwork I insisted on and was also read incorrectly? This is AFTER we attempted to rationally (!) discuss the matter with the practice manager & were told we still had to pay!? Unreal. Obviously, we'll be in touch with attorneys regarding this matter after our little girl is born. Do yourself a favor and PLEASE DO NOT use this practice!

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★☆☆☆☆

DO NOT USE THIS PRACTICE!!! I went to Cary Women's Center (Dr./Owner Christy Clayton/Dr. Tiffany Flanagan/Dr. Samira Tahtawi) in June '06 & was told that it appeared by my ultrasound that I had lost my baby ("it looks like an empty sac") and it was suggested that I go ahead and consider a D&C (which I refused). They did not check my hormone levels (pretty standard practice, especially when the doctor thinks you are at risk of losing the baby and needs more info), so I went back to the practice and asked for this to be done. After two lab draws, I was told that my hormone levels did not rise as they should have and this was not good news. A couple of days after the first ultrasound, I had another one & was told the same thing - no evidence of a viable fetus. My husband and I, at this point, told our families what was going on. I cried for days - woke up crying at night. It was horrible. Seven days after the first ultrasound was read, I went to another practice after insisting on something more being done to be 100% sure. Imagine expecting nothing from this, and then hearing a little heartbeat & seeing a "non-empty" sac showing on the screen above. It's now January, and my husband and I are having a little baby girl in 7 weeks. If I had listened to these folks, I would have aborted a child that is due in February '07. On top of everything - a month or so ago, this practice actually sent us a bill for my deductible they say we owe from the two ultrasounds read incorrectly & the bloodwork I insisted on and was also read incorrectly? This is AFTER we attempted to rationally (!) discuss the matter with the practice manager & were told we still had to pay!? Unreal. Obviously, we'll be in touch with attorneys regarding this matter after our little girl is born. Do yourself a favor and PLEASE DO NOT use this practice!

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★★★☆☆ (8 ratings)

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★★★☆☆ (8 ratings)

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★★★☆☆ (8 ratings)

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★★★☆☆ (8 ratings)

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★★★☆☆ (8 ratings)

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★★★☆☆ (8 ratings)

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Christy L. Clayton, MD Office Locations:

919-233-0488

160 Macgregor Pines Drive

Cary, NC

27511

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919-233-0488

160 Macgregor Pines Drive

Cary, NC

27511

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