James M. Meek, MD

★★★★☆

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Hands down. Meek is the best doctor I have ever seen in my 20 years of going to an OBGYN. He has the BEST bedside mannor. He remembers who you are year by year and you feel like you are the only patient he has. He has been my doc since 1998 and I will never go to anyone else. He was there through our first pregnancy and is handing our second one right now. I could not feel like I was in better hands.
The practice itself is fantastic too. Very little waiting, great staff, and great nurses (Meek's nurse Jenny has been with him the WHOLE time I have been seing him)
She is great too and makes a tough experience and easy one! I would and have recommended this place to every woman I know. It sounds like the reviewer below had a "unique" experience and I would not want the whole practice to get a bad wrap for one person's unique experience.

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★★★★★

Hands down. Meek is the best doctor I have ever seen in my 20 years of going to an OBGYN. He has the BEST bedside mannor. He remembers who you are year by year and you feel like you are the only patient he has. He has been my doc since 1998 and I will never go to anyone else. He was there through our first pregnancy and is handing our second one right now. I could not feel like I was in better hands.
The practice itself is fantastic too. Very little waiting, great staff, and great nurses (Meek's nurse Jenny has been with him the WHOLE time I have been seing him)
She is great too and makes a tough experience and easy one! I would and have recommended this place to every woman I know. It sounds like the reviewer below had a "unique" experience and I would not want the whole practice to get a bad wrap for one person's unique experience.

Pros: Everything!

Cons: NONE!

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This doctor's office made me feel like how when I was pregnant. I could not imagine going anywhere else to put my daughter's hand in. My Dr, Dr Sarah Morris, is fabolous and her clinical assistant Diane is such a doll. She spoke on my level and made me feel like I was not just another patient. She always gave me the one on one attention. Dr. Steven Goldman delevered my baby and he did such a great job. He checked on me just about every hour at the hospital before I delevered.

The front desk staff makes you feel very welcomed when you walk in and treats all patients with respect and privacy. This is a great place to come for 9 of the greatest months of your life.

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★★★★★

This doctor's office made me feel like how when I was pregnant. I could not imagine going anywhere else to put my daughter's hand in. My Dr, Dr Sarah Morris, is fabolous and her clinical assistant Diane is such a doll. She spoke on my level and made me feel like I was not just another patient. She always gave me the one on one attention. Dr. Steven Goldman delevered my baby and he did such a great job. He checked on me just about every hour at the hospital before I delevered.

The front desk staff makes you feel very welcomed when you walk in and treats all patients with respect and privacy. This is a great place to come for 9 of the greatest months of your life.

Pros: Excellent staff and clean enviroment.

Cons: Parking sometimes can be tough.

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I begged for decent health care for months from all of the doctors at Carmel OB and did not receive any attention. On the verge of losing my child at 35 weeks from symptoms of preeclampsia (high bp, spots in front of eyes, chest pain, etc.), one OB finally consented to run tests. However, what was really stinky for us was that the next day was Good Friday and the office was closed. So, I was instructed to urinate in a big plastic container on Easter Sunday and bring it in Monday. The lab tech told me to take it to church with me. I was horrified. Since I was on the OB rotation, I left a message with my regular OB (Goldman). I had warned the rotation OB (Morris) that I myself was born early at 7 lbs. 11 oz. and that my only sibling was full term at 10 lbs. 3 oz. She reluctantly agreed to schedule an ultrasound the next week but it wasn't her problem because I wasn't her patient. Goldman used scare tactics on myself and my husband by telephone and explained that premature babies would end up in the NICU, could die, have breathing problems, and that I wouldn't want to see my baby like that. So, my husband and I decided to go to Presby and completely switch health care systems because Carmel OB/GYN was obviously incompetent to help anyone with anything. I prayed to God for help. Within 30 minutes of speaking with Goldman my water broke naturally at 35 weeks. My son was born healthy at 7 lbs. 11 oz. (like me). Unfortunately, we had to go to CMC-Pineville since my contractions were so close together. The on-call OB was Morris. Morris gave me an episiotomy that ran through my vajayjay muscles and into my rectum. Three repairs & 4 months later I STILL have stool coming out of my vajayjay. So, I have a healthy newborn but can't do anything or go back to work because I am incontient and have holes like "swiss cheese" in my vajayjay. Every time I have surgery I have to send my son away for a week and I cry the whole time from missing him so much. The pain is horrible.

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★☆☆☆☆

I begged for decent health care for months from all of the doctors at Carmel OB and did not receive any attention. On the verge of losing my child at 35 weeks from symptoms of preeclampsia (high bp, spots in front of eyes, chest pain, etc.), one OB finally consented to run tests. However, what was really stinky for us was that the next day was Good Friday and the office was closed. So, I was instructed to urinate in a big plastic container on Easter Sunday and bring it in Monday. The lab tech told me to take it to church with me. I was horrified. Since I was on the OB rotation, I left a message with my regular OB (Goldman). I had warned the rotation OB (Morris) that I myself was born early at 7 lbs. 11 oz. and that my only sibling was full term at 10 lbs. 3 oz. She reluctantly agreed to schedule an ultrasound the next week but it wasn't her problem because I wasn't her patient. Goldman used scare tactics on myself and my husband by telephone and explained that premature babies would end up in the NICU, could die, have breathing problems, and that I wouldn't want to see my baby like that. So, my husband and I decided to go to Presby and completely switch health care systems because Carmel OB/GYN was obviously incompetent to help anyone with anything. I prayed to God for help. Within 30 minutes of speaking with Goldman my water broke naturally at 35 weeks. My son was born healthy at 7 lbs. 11 oz. (like me). Unfortunately, we had to go to CMC-Pineville since my contractions were so close together. The on-call OB was Morris. Morris gave me an episiotomy that ran through my vajayjay muscles and into my rectum. Three repairs & 4 months later I STILL have stool coming out of my vajayjay. So, I have a healthy newborn but can't do anything or go back to work because I am incontient and have holes like "swiss cheese" in my vajayjay. Every time I have surgery I have to send my son away for a week and I cry the whole time from missing him so much. The pain is horrible.

Pros: Parking & ambience

Cons: Bad health care

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I saw Dr. Meek when I was pregnant and I still see him for my annual exam. He is a very caring doctor. He listens to my concerns and answers all my questions. I've never felt like he was rushing to get to the next patient. He doesn't pretend to have all the answers. If he doesn't know something, he'll tell you. And then he'll find out the answer for you. I've learned that I can trust the information he gives me. He and his staff are very friendly. Since they switched offices it's a longer drive for me, but I don't mind it one bit. This is the best practice I've ever been to.

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★★★★★

I saw Dr. Meek when I was pregnant and I still see him for my annual exam. He is a very caring doctor. He listens to my concerns and answers all my questions. I've never felt like he was rushing to get to the next patient. He doesn't pretend to have all the answers. If he doesn't know something, he'll tell you. And then he'll find out the answer for you. I've learned that I can trust the information he gives me. He and his staff are very friendly. Since they switched offices it's a longer drive for me, but I don't mind it one bit. This is the best practice I've ever been to.

Pros: Excellent care, Friendly staff.

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I visited this office after moving to the area and needing a new OB/Gyn. After waiting what felt like DECADES to be seen I was told there was a problem with getting my records. When actually the girl at the front desk had forgotten to sign me in.
Dr. Goldman and his nurse were very nice, however the rest of the staff could use some manners! The several times I called in with a problem, I either never heard back or was told to leave a message for the nurse and put to voice mail before I could utter a word.
A close friend had problems as well when she had bleeding during her pregnancy and the doctor on call said it was no big deal and just follow up at her next appointment.
I feel the service is lacking and the staff uneducated on how to handle situations. I will be finding a new doctor's office.

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★★☆☆☆

I visited this office after moving to the area and needing a new OB/Gyn. After waiting what felt like DECADES to be seen I was told there was a problem with getting my records. When actually the girl at the front desk had forgotten to sign me in.
Dr. Goldman and his nurse were very nice, however the rest of the staff could use some manners! The several times I called in with a problem, I either never heard back or was told to leave a message for the nurse and put to voice mail before I could utter a word.
A close friend had problems as well when she had bleeding during her pregnancy and the doctor on call said it was no big deal and just follow up at her next appointment.
I feel the service is lacking and the staff uneducated on how to handle situations. I will be finding a new doctor's office.

Pros: Pretty office, nice doctor

Cons: Long waits, immature staff, failed to address concerns

 

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