Bailey, Scott A, MD Parkhill The Clinic For Women

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  • 4301 Greathouse Spgs Rd #100

    Springdale, AR 72762

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  • 479-636-9419

About Bailey, Scott A, MD Parkhill The Clinic For Women

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Mon. - Fri. 9am - 5pm;Sat. - Sun. CLOSED

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The first time I saw Dr Bailey, he told me that unless I got the (optional) AFP testing, that I didn't love my baby. "God gave us the ability to test for these abnormalities. You love your baby, right? You have to get this done." Um, 1) do not push your religious beliefs on me, 2) it's a personal decision considering if you do test positive they can't do anything about it, and they can't even guarantee it, and 3) my insurance does not pay for this $700 test.

The next visit with him was just as bad. By this point, I was so upset with him that I refused to see him (you can do this, btw, even though they tell you you have to see everyone once).

My favorite doctor decided to induce me early due to complications, but of course Dr Bailey was the one on call the next day when I was actually induced. 4 hours into labor, at noon, my epidural wore off and I was in so much pain it was making the complications even worse. The nurses said I was ready, baby was ready, so let's get this going. I was already pushing when Dr Bailey stormed in the room, told the nurses to stop that and it was HIS call to say if I was ready or not. He then took the nurses outside and started yelling at them loudly (in front of my WHOLE family) about how they should wait for him and it's not what I want: they were just trying to make me as comfortable as possible. So as the afternoon goes on, my BP kept rising to 170/110, my baby's oxygen level was falling and his heart rate was jumping from 60 to 160 and back every few minutes. I had to have more pain meds, oxygen, more IV fluids. Finally at 4:15 Dr Bailey "gave" the nurses permission. I pushed a total of 10 minutes, Dr Bailey wasn't even in the room, they had to have the resident "suit up" cause they didn't know where he was at. He was only in there for literally the last 45 seconds. It turns out my son's umbilical cord was wrapped around his neck THREE times and that's why he was having problems and laying on his cord. So how much longer was Dr Bailey going to let me wait, until my son had brain damage?? To top it off, right after he was born Dr Bailey said "Oh, I guess he could have come earlier."

I swear, if I could have moved my legs I would have kicked him.

Take this as you will, but I have a LOT of friends with babies and not one of them can say a nice thing about him. If I ever have another child and he is the doctor on call when the moment comes, I will be going to a different hospital.

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The first time I saw Dr Bailey, he told me that unless I got the (optional) AFP testing, that I didn't love my baby. "God gave us the ability to test for these abnormalities. You love your baby, right? You have to get this done." Um, 1) do not push your religious beliefs on me, 2) it's a personal decision considering if you do test positive they can't do anything about it, and they can't even guarantee it, and 3) my insurance does not pay for this $700 test.

The next visit with him was just as bad. By this point, I was so upset with him that I refused to see him (you can do this, btw, even though they tell you you have to see everyone once).

My favorite doctor decided to induce me early due to complications, but of course Dr Bailey was the one on call the next day when I was actually induced. 4 hours into labor, at noon, my epidural wore off and I was in so much pain it was making the complications even worse. The nurses said I was ready, baby was ready, so let's get this going. I was already pushing when Dr Bailey stormed in the room, told the nurses to stop that and it was HIS call to say if I was ready or not. He then took the nurses outside and started yelling at them loudly (in front of my WHOLE family) about how they should wait for him and it's not what I want: they were just trying to make me as comfortable as possible. So as the afternoon goes on, my BP kept rising to 170/110, my baby's oxygen level was falling and his heart rate was jumping from 60 to 160 and back every few minutes. I had to have more pain meds, oxygen, more IV fluids. Finally at 4:15 Dr Bailey "gave" the nurses permission. I pushed a total of 10 minutes, Dr Bailey wasn't even in the room, they had to have the resident "suit up" cause they didn't know where he was at. He was only in there for literally the last 45 seconds. It turns out my son's umbilical cord was wrapped around his neck THREE times and that's why he was having problems and laying on his cord. So how much longer was Dr Bailey going to let me wait, until my son had brain damage?? To top it off, right after he was born Dr Bailey said "Oh, I guess he could have come earlier."

I swear, if I could have moved my legs I would have kicked him.

Take this as you will, but I have a LOT of friends with babies and not one of them can say a nice thing about him. If I ever have another child and he is the doctor on call when the moment comes, I will be going to a different hospital.

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