Caroline Colin, MD

★★★★☆
  • 2021 Santa Monica Blvd Suite 304-E

    Santa Monica, CA 90404

    Map & Directions
  • 424-244-3097

About Caroline Colin, MD

Categories
  • Ob-Gyn
Hours
M-F 7am-3pm, Sa-Su Closed
Emails
  • info@colinobgyn.com
Phones
  • Alt (310-829-0080)
  • Fax (310-829-0090)
Products
  • Laser Hair Removal
  • Birth Control
  • Pap Smear
  • Prenatal Care
  • Family Planning
  • STD Testing
  • HPV
  • IUD
Specialties
  • OB-GYN

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I loved everything about Dr. Colin. She was very friendly and made my visit feel very comfortable and for a young girl at the OBGYN that is really important and I definitely would recommend her to all of my friends.

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I loved everything about Dr. Colin. She was very friendly and made my visit feel very comfortable and for a young girl at the OBGYN that is really important and I definitely would recommend her to all of my friends.

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My high risk doctor was on vacation when I suddenly had an odd sensation that my cervix was going to drop out of my vagina. I was 23 1/2 weeks pregnant. I was given an appointment with Dr Colin, who did a visual exam, pronounced me fine, and sent me on the way. I continued commuting via public transit two hours a day and continued packing my three story townhouse. I had my regular appointment the following week and mentioned that my cervix felt odd. The doctor ordered a vaginal ultrasound, which as I later found is the ONLY way to diagnosis an incompetent cervix - visual is not satisfactory. Was Dr. Colin careless? Could she really have thought a visual exam sufficed? How could she have been such a slipshod doctor when lives were on the line? Easily, apparently. I had less than .6 cm of cervix left by this point, and under 2.5 cm is not good. I was ordered onto hospital bedrest (and thankfully was able to transfer in the hospital to a competent practice) and gave birth just eight days later to little ones weighing under two pounds each, and requiring 4 month NICU stays before they could come home. My daughter required heart surgery and developed hypertension and an enlarged left ventricle. My son contracted MRSA and was isolated 3 long, long months with no hands on human contact, and also had lingering retinopathy even after we left the NICU. Both struggled to master breathing, feeds, and maintaining temperatures and required many transfusions.Seeing Dr. Colin that day, June 29th, 2009, turned out to have been a grave mistake on my part. First do no harm?? She does not deserve the title of physician and I am damn lucky her carelessness did not kill my babies.

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My high risk doctor was on vacation when I suddenly had an odd sensation that my cervix was going to drop out of my vagina. I was 23 1/2 weeks pregnant. I was given an appointment with Dr Colin, who did a visual exam, pronounced me fine, and sent me on the way. I continued commuting via public transit two hours a day and continued packing my three story townhouse. I had my regular appointment the following week and mentioned that my cervix felt odd. The doctor ordered a vaginal ultrasound, which as I later found is the ONLY way to diagnosis an incompetent cervix - visual is not satisfactory. Was Dr. Colin careless? Could she really have thought a visual exam sufficed? How could she have been such a slipshod doctor when lives were on the line? Easily, apparently. I had less than .6 cm of cervix left by this point, and under 2.5 cm is not good. I was ordered onto hospital bedrest (and thankfully was able to transfer in the hospital to a competent practice) and gave birth just eight days later to little ones weighing under two pounds each, and requiring 4 month NICU stays before they could come home. My daughter required heart surgery and developed hypertension and an enlarged left ventricle. My son contracted MRSA and was isolated 3 long, long months with no hands on human contact, and also had lingering retinopathy even after we left the NICU. Both struggled to master breathing, feeds, and maintaining temperatures and required many transfusions.Seeing Dr. Colin that day, June 29th, 2009, turned out to have been a grave mistake on my part. First do no harm?? She does not deserve the title of physician and I am damn lucky her carelessness did not kill my babies.

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Dr. Colin is a wonderful physician. She is personable, easy to talk to, accessible as needed, and generally warm and helpful. She never rushed me through appointments, and always answered my questions thoroughly. I believe that the main reason my labor/delivery was so smooth was her good judgment, knowledge, and experience. Other medical professionals were suggesting interventions when they weren't necessary, and Dr. Colin was willing to be patient, explain the pros/cons of various approaches, and help me decide what to do. If labor/delivery was more predictable, I would fly Dr. Colin out to deliver my next child.

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Dr. Colin is a wonderful physician. She is personable, easy to talk to, accessible as needed, and generally warm and helpful. She never rushed me through appointments, and always answered my questions thoroughly. I believe that the main reason my labor/delivery was so smooth was her good judgment, knowledge, and experience. Other medical professionals were suggesting interventions when they weren't necessary, and Dr. Colin was willing to be patient, explain the pros/cons of various approaches, and help me decide what to do. If labor/delivery was more predictable, I would fly Dr. Colin out to deliver my next child.

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