Sameh K. Toma, MD

★★★☆☆

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Dr. Toma is a wonderful and knowledgeable Dr. His advise is very helpful. He is great with his patients and he explains thoroughly his answers to your questions.

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Dr. Toma is a wonderful and knowledgeable Dr. His advise is very helpful. He is great with his patients and he explains thoroughly his answers to your questions.

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I am very pleased with the outcome of my surgery which was on feb 2012.I became pregnant in oct 2013 .my husband and I now have a beautiful healthy baby boy, which was born june 18 2013 .w e are blessed to have found nccrm. The staff was great. I recommend this facility highly.wishing everyone the best .just follow instructions and things will go well.

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I am very pleased with the outcome of my surgery which was on feb 2012.I became pregnant in oct 2013 .my husband and I now have a beautiful healthy baby boy, which was born june 18 2013 .w e are blessed to have found nccrm. The staff was great. I recommend this facility highly.wishing everyone the best .just follow instructions and things will go well.

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We can never thank Dr. Toma and NCCRM enough for helping give us a miracle we never thought we would receive. We are so excited to introduce our little boy who was conceived with NCCRM's talented and compassionate staff. You walked us through every step of the process, you held our hands, wiped our tears at times and celebrated when we got that precious positive beta test. Here's to your motto....delivering dreams, one baby at a time. Kudos to you NCCRM.

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★★★★★

We can never thank Dr. Toma and NCCRM enough for helping give us a miracle we never thought we would receive. We are so excited to introduce our little boy who was conceived with NCCRM's talented and compassionate staff. You walked us through every step of the process, you held our hands, wiped our tears at times and celebrated when we got that precious positive beta test. Here's to your motto....delivering dreams, one baby at a time. Kudos to you NCCRM.

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I would not recommend this practice to anyone. For starters, the wait time. My first trimester was fine, but my second trimester I had to wait 1-1.5 hours in the exam room to be seen, and now that I'm in my second trimester, that wait has increased to an incredible 2 hours! It's like they wait until you're too far along in your pregnancy to change providers before they stop caring about their wait times. I've mentioned it to them several times and they still have been unable/unwilling to do anything about it. It's always someone else's emergency, like I simply don't matter to them, or they're just understaffed. I understand that they'll have emergencies in medicine, but come on! Shouldn't they plan for that sort of thing? Worse than that, it's the vague feeling that I'm just a number, nobody has any idea who I am, or cares, and I've been coming consistently (at least monthly) for almost a year! I get more respect from my GP that I see maybe once or twice a year. It's so sad that I've spent so much time and money on such an important practitioner that seems totally apathetic about their patients. Sure, they're right next door to WakeMed Cary, but do yourself a favor Ladies and find a better OB. This one is definitely the pits.

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★☆☆☆☆

I would not recommend this practice to anyone. For starters, the wait time. My first trimester was fine, but my second trimester I had to wait 1-1.5 hours in the exam room to be seen, and now that I'm in my second trimester, that wait has increased to an incredible 2 hours! It's like they wait until you're too far along in your pregnancy to change providers before they stop caring about their wait times. I've mentioned it to them several times and they still have been unable/unwilling to do anything about it. It's always someone else's emergency, like I simply don't matter to them, or they're just understaffed. I understand that they'll have emergencies in medicine, but come on! Shouldn't they plan for that sort of thing? Worse than that, it's the vague feeling that I'm just a number, nobody has any idea who I am, or cares, and I've been coming consistently (at least monthly) for almost a year! I get more respect from my GP that I see maybe once or twice a year. It's so sad that I've spent so much time and money on such an important practitioner that seems totally apathetic about their patients. Sure, they're right next door to WakeMed Cary, but do yourself a favor Ladies and find a better OB. This one is definitely the pits.

Pros: Next door to WakeMed Cary

Cons: Wait time, apathetic staff, feeling like a number/anonymous

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cannot comment directly on this physician, but I can without doubt state that the office staff is completely lacking in professionalism. I had to wait over an hour to be seen (after arriving 15 minutes early for my appointment). The last 30 minutes was under the drape. Apparently whoever made my appointment (3 weeks in advance) did not put it on the Dr's schedule so he didn't even know I was there. This might have been an excusable mistake, but I was absolutely horrified to get a form letter, 3 months after a colposcopy stating that my (pap) results were abnormal, they had tried to contact me by phone several times, and to call them as soon as possible to discuss the results. Apparently they don't have a form letter for abnormal biopsy results and it takes 3 months for them to get back to me about it. My cell phone never received a call from them. I know they had my correct phone number because i did receive a call reminding my of my initial appointment. I would never recommend this practice to anyone. I get more compassion from my dentist.

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★☆☆☆☆

cannot comment directly on this physician, but I can without doubt state that the office staff is completely lacking in professionalism. I had to wait over an hour to be seen (after arriving 15 minutes early for my appointment). The last 30 minutes was under the drape. Apparently whoever made my appointment (3 weeks in advance) did not put it on the Dr's schedule so he didn't even know I was there. This might have been an excusable mistake, but I was absolutely horrified to get a form letter, 3 months after a colposcopy stating that my (pap) results were abnormal, they had tried to contact me by phone several times, and to call them as soon as possible to discuss the results. Apparently they don't have a form letter for abnormal biopsy results and it takes 3 months for them to get back to me about it. My cell phone never received a call from them. I know they had my correct phone number because i did receive a call reminding my of my initial appointment. I would never recommend this practice to anyone. I get more compassion from my dentist.

Cons: form letters, lag time to give negative test results

 

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