David M. Lashway, MD

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  • 2623 South Seacrest Boulevard

    Boynton Beach, FL 33435

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  • 561-738-9761

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Dr. Lashway was recommended to me by a friend who loved him. After almost losing my son with due to a poor quality doctor (he had an apgar of 1 and didn't breathe for the first 5 minutes--he's autistic!), I was up for a new ob-gyn. He seemed fine, but quick, with my prenatal care. He said that, due to a medical problem that endangered my pregnancy, I needed to have a c-section. I'd had a c-section the first time, and I was not opposed to it again. I was on meds thru most of my pregnancy due to my dangerously low platelets, but Dr. L. never seemed concerned until it was time to deliver. We scheduled a Monday c-section, and got my platelets tested on Fri. They were fine then, but by the time I arrived for pre-op, they had dropped. Dr. L. wasn't even there to talk to me about postponing my surgery for the steroids to raise my platelets before surgery. The nurses had to relay that info. The thing that bothered me most that week was that on the delivery table, he asked me if I was going to also do a tubal, because I can't have anymore kids. If only we'd discussed this before today, I could have asked my insurance co. if it was even covered---not great timing!!!! I said no because I didn't have wonderful coverage, and didn't want any surprises when the bills came. Turns out it would have been covered completely. Too bad for me and my wallet! The same day as I delivered, several nurses tended to me. I saw Dr. L for a minute or two later that day. 2 days passed without him stopping by, but a different dr. each day came in. I asked where Dr. L. was, and the nurses said he was waterskiing in the islands that week, and he had other drs fill in for him. On the 3rd day, he called my room, calling me Dianne every time he called me by name. My name is Denise. He only called to relay the info that the drs. had told him I'm doing fine and can go home tomorrow. See you in my office in 2 weeks, Dianne. After the post-op visits, I switched back to my old OB. At least she knew my name!

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Dr. Lashway was recommended to me by a friend who loved him. After almost losing my son with due to a poor quality doctor (he had an apgar of 1 and didn't breathe for the first 5 minutes--he's autistic!), I was up for a new ob-gyn. He seemed fine, but quick, with my prenatal care. He said that, due to a medical problem that endangered my pregnancy, I needed to have a c-section. I'd had a c-section the first time, and I was not opposed to it again. I was on meds thru most of my pregnancy due to my dangerously low platelets, but Dr. L. never seemed concerned until it was time to deliver. We scheduled a Monday c-section, and got my platelets tested on Fri. They were fine then, but by the time I arrived for pre-op, they had dropped. Dr. L. wasn't even there to talk to me about postponing my surgery for the steroids to raise my platelets before surgery. The nurses had to relay that info. The thing that bothered me most that week was that on the delivery table, he asked me if I was going to also do a tubal, because I can't have anymore kids. If only we'd discussed this before today, I could have asked my insurance co. if it was even covered---not great timing!!!! I said no because I didn't have wonderful coverage, and didn't want any surprises when the bills came. Turns out it would have been covered completely. Too bad for me and my wallet! The same day as I delivered, several nurses tended to me. I saw Dr. L for a minute or two later that day. 2 days passed without him stopping by, but a different dr. each day came in. I asked where Dr. L. was, and the nurses said he was waterskiing in the islands that week, and he had other drs fill in for him. On the 3rd day, he called my room, calling me Dianne every time he called me by name. My name is Denise. He only called to relay the info that the drs. had told him I'm doing fine and can go home tomorrow. See you in my office in 2 weeks, Dianne. After the post-op visits, I switched back to my old OB. At least she knew my name!

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