Phaedra A. Lombard, MD

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I would recommend Dr. Lombard to absolutely anyone. I actually looked forward to all my prenatal visits, as Dr. Lombard takes so much time with me individually. She always starts a visit with "ok, new pictures of kiddos?" and she's actually interested! I had to have a repeat c-section with my second child and I was so worried that I would have the baby early...only because then I would risk not having Dr. Lombard perform my scheduled c-section. She's exceptionally friendly and makes you completely comfortable.

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I would recommend Dr. Lombard to absolutely anyone. I actually looked forward to all my prenatal visits, as Dr. Lombard takes so much time with me individually. She always starts a visit with "ok, new pictures of kiddos?" and she's actually interested! I had to have a repeat c-section with my second child and I was so worried that I would have the baby early...only because then I would risk not having Dr. Lombard perform my scheduled c-section. She's exceptionally friendly and makes you completely comfortable.

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I did not get to see Dr. Lombard during my prenatal visits. I had my baby a week early and Dr Lombard happened to be on call. I cannot recommend her because her unprofessional conduct ruined my first birthing experience.
Dr Lombard entered the room and while nurse was helping her put gloves on (and before even introducing herself) she took a look own there and loudly shouts "wow wow wow!" while taking a step back. Prior to her entrance we had done a few trial pushes with the nurse, at which point she stated she could see the baby's head. Unbeknownst to me, my hemorrhoids had significantly increased. To reduce my worry and anxiety about the hemorrhoids worsening, hubby and nurse had done a good job not informing me of how bad they had become. I couldn't feel them because of the epidural. I started freaking out thinking something was wrong with the baby but hubby reassured me that he thinks she was reacting to the size of my hemorrhoids.That reaction made hubby and i so uncomfortable and embarrassed. She then asks me to push... oh really?! After that reaction (of her being openly shocked and repulsed) I was extremely worried about the hemorrhoids, and now she wants me to push without explaining what the "WOW" was about??? Thank God she is not an ER doctor- she would scare the patient more than being the educated and composed voice in the room. If the injury did not kill the patient, Dr Lombards reaction to the ER patients injury would probably give them a heart attack if not kill them. Whatever happened to bedside manners? The nurse conducted herself more professionally than the doctor, which is a shame.
In addition, after the birth, Dr Lombard was rushing to get done and move to another patient that she did not even give my hubby a chance to cut the cord even though he was standing right there waiting for that. Being our first birth we thought it was a given that the father is given a chance to cut the cord... i guess that does not apply to Dr Lombard. I cry thinking of this part! Hubby had day dreamed and talked about cutting the cord throughout the whole pregnancy so not getting to do that took us a min to accept. It's just so painful to both of us.
All in all I regret having Dr Lombard deliver our baby, I cried for most of that afternoon instead of celebrating my baby. I cannot keep my regular OB (whom i love) for the next baby since i don't want to risk getting Dr Phaedra Lombard by default. All i can say to other ladies out there is use her at your own risk.

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I did not get to see Dr. Lombard during my prenatal visits. I had my baby a week early and Dr Lombard happened to be on call. I cannot recommend her because her unprofessional conduct ruined my first birthing experience.
Dr Lombard entered the room and while nurse was helping her put gloves on (and before even introducing herself) she took a look own there and loudly shouts "wow wow wow!" while taking a step back. Prior to her entrance we had done a few trial pushes with the nurse, at which point she stated she could see the baby's head. Unbeknownst to me, my hemorrhoids had significantly increased. To reduce my worry and anxiety about the hemorrhoids worsening, hubby and nurse had done a good job not informing me of how bad they had become. I couldn't feel them because of the epidural. I started freaking out thinking something was wrong with the baby but hubby reassured me that he thinks she was reacting to the size of my hemorrhoids.That reaction made hubby and i so uncomfortable and embarrassed. She then asks me to push... oh really?! After that reaction (of her being openly shocked and repulsed) I was extremely worried about the hemorrhoids, and now she wants me to push without explaining what the "WOW" was about??? Thank God she is not an ER doctor- she would scare the patient more than being the educated and composed voice in the room. If the injury did not kill the patient, Dr Lombards reaction to the ER patients injury would probably give them a heart attack if not kill them. Whatever happened to bedside manners? The nurse conducted herself more professionally than the doctor, which is a shame.
In addition, after the birth, Dr Lombard was rushing to get done and move to another patient that she did not even give my hubby a chance to cut the cord even though he was standing right there waiting for that. Being our first birth we thought it was a given that the father is given a chance to cut the cord... i guess that does not apply to Dr Lombard. I cry thinking of this part! Hubby had day dreamed and talked about cutting the cord throughout the whole pregnancy so not getting to do that took us a min to accept. It's just so painful to both of us.
All in all I regret having Dr Lombard deliver our baby, I cried for most of that afternoon instead of celebrating my baby. I cannot keep my regular OB (whom i love) for the next baby since i don't want to risk getting Dr Phaedra Lombard by default. All i can say to other ladies out there is use her at your own risk.

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I didn't see Dr. Lombard during my prenatal care but she was the Dr. on-call the day I went into labor. She was very friendly and helpful. She made me feel really comfortable with not having my regular Dr and being the first time I gave birth. I would recommend her to anyone looking to have a smooth birth!

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I didn't see Dr. Lombard during my prenatal care but she was the Dr. on-call the day I went into labor. She was very friendly and helpful. She made me feel really comfortable with not having my regular Dr and being the first time I gave birth. I would recommend her to anyone looking to have a smooth birth!

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