Amy M. Chapman, MD

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I would hightly recommend Dr. Chapman. She took care of me with my first pregnancy. She was calm and compassionate. She always took time to aswer all of my questions. My delivery at Scott and White was wonderful. The nurses were fabulous. I will return with my second baby for sure! Thank you!!!

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I would hightly recommend Dr. Chapman. She took care of me with my first pregnancy. She was calm and compassionate. She always took time to aswer all of my questions. My delivery at Scott and White was wonderful. The nurses were fabulous. I will return with my second baby for sure! Thank you!!!

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Dr. Chapman does not seem to be a very compassionate or concerned practitioner. She actually sent me home from the hospital when I was 4 cm dilated in active labor. I knew I was in active labor and needed to be admitted but because I did not progress from 4 to 4+ in the 20 MINUTES she monitored me she sent me home! She told me I was not in active labor and offered to give me pain medication to "help me get through the night." This pain medication would have (potentially) stopped my labor. Within 3 hours of being told I was not in active labor and being sent home, I was 6 cm dilated and delivered my baby 8 hours later (first time mom). I actually went back to the hospital to pick up my pain medication "to get me through the night" ... she had to legally check my cervix again and found I was 6 cm. She finally admitted me! Being told I was not in active labor when I was - and her telling me that my labor could last DAYS longer really messed with my mental state. She did this presumably because at the time I went to Scott & White the L & D area was full. Dr. Chapman probably did not want to deal with having "overflow." She did not even let me walk around for a little bit to be re-monitored which is usually what standard protocol is! I was having contractions 4 minutes apart at this point, 4 cm dilated and she looked at me with a straight, unconcerned, and uncaring face and said "go home." DO NOT recommend her. Seems like she is not in it for the health of mothers & babies, and does not seem like she enjoys what she does. After I was admitted in active labor, she did not once come and check on me. I had my own OBGYN come to care for me - thankfully!

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Dr. Chapman does not seem to be a very compassionate or concerned practitioner. She actually sent me home from the hospital when I was 4 cm dilated in active labor. I knew I was in active labor and needed to be admitted but because I did not progress from 4 to 4+ in the 20 MINUTES she monitored me she sent me home! She told me I was not in active labor and offered to give me pain medication to "help me get through the night." This pain medication would have (potentially) stopped my labor. Within 3 hours of being told I was not in active labor and being sent home, I was 6 cm dilated and delivered my baby 8 hours later (first time mom). I actually went back to the hospital to pick up my pain medication "to get me through the night" ... she had to legally check my cervix again and found I was 6 cm. She finally admitted me! Being told I was not in active labor when I was - and her telling me that my labor could last DAYS longer really messed with my mental state. She did this presumably because at the time I went to Scott & White the L & D area was full. Dr. Chapman probably did not want to deal with having "overflow." She did not even let me walk around for a little bit to be re-monitored which is usually what standard protocol is! I was having contractions 4 minutes apart at this point, 4 cm dilated and she looked at me with a straight, unconcerned, and uncaring face and said "go home." DO NOT recommend her. Seems like she is not in it for the health of mothers & babies, and does not seem like she enjoys what she does. After I was admitted in active labor, she did not once come and check on me. I had my own OBGYN come to care for me - thankfully!

 

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