Lisa A. Thum, MD

★★☆☆☆
  • 9427 South West Barnes Road Suite 395

    Portland, OR 97225

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  • 503-216-2602

About Lisa A. Thum, MD

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  • Ob-Gyn

Health & Medical

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I was impressed with this doctor and her office when I first started going there. Appointments were prompt, waiting was kept to a minimum. As my pregnancy went on, the waits got longer (up to an hour), and my doctor seemed to spend either less time charting, or less time reading her charts. She didn't know things I'd told her at my last appointment, etc. I had to be scheduled for a c-section because my baby was breech. I was told this on a Tuesday, and my surgery was Sunday (very little notice, though not 'emergency'). When she came in the day of surgery, she told me she'd gone over my ultrasounds again and noticed that my baby had been all over the place. That was the first time I'd heard she wasn't head down like she was supposed to be during all my other appointments. She had been head down a couple of times I was checked, but nothing had been said that it was otherwise. I just felt like she should have said something, and like I said, that she needs to either note her charts better, or read her charts before appointments so she knows who she is about to see. On the other hand, my surgery was un-eventful, and I healed very well.

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★★☆☆☆

I was impressed with this doctor and her office when I first started going there. Appointments were prompt, waiting was kept to a minimum. As my pregnancy went on, the waits got longer (up to an hour), and my doctor seemed to spend either less time charting, or less time reading her charts. She didn't know things I'd told her at my last appointment, etc. I had to be scheduled for a c-section because my baby was breech. I was told this on a Tuesday, and my surgery was Sunday (very little notice, though not 'emergency'). When she came in the day of surgery, she told me she'd gone over my ultrasounds again and noticed that my baby had been all over the place. That was the first time I'd heard she wasn't head down like she was supposed to be during all my other appointments. She had been head down a couple of times I was checked, but nothing had been said that it was otherwise. I just felt like she should have said something, and like I said, that she needs to either note her charts better, or read her charts before appointments so she knows who she is about to see. On the other hand, my surgery was un-eventful, and I healed very well.

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