Thomas G. Quattlebaum, MD

★★★★☆

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Dr. Quattlebaum is exactly what we were looking for in a pediatrician. He's great at listening to all concerns, explaining everything clearly, and he's really good with kids.

One thing that could be either a pro or a con: he's very laid back. To illustrate: We were worried about our son not talking as early as he was supposed to. Dr. Quattlebaum's response was basically "Don't worry about it" and then he told us lots of stories about people who started talking in complete sentences at age 3 or so. That's exactly what we needed to hear. Other doctors might have referred our son to a speech therapist or something, but for us that would have just caused more anxiety and cost more money. I'm sure Dr. Quattlebaum would do so if asked, but that's not really his style. (Our son started talking on his own at age 2.5 and now won't shut up.)

Charleston Pediatrics in located downtown on Rutledge. There is ample off-street free parking. I have heard that the other doctors in the practice are good, but haven't met them. They are very good about making sure you see your own doctor each time. The nurses are great in person, but I have had bad experiences talking to them on the phone and now always ask to talk to the doctor instead.

Overall: I really like this doctor. I'm now pregnant with my second and will go to Dr. Quattlebaum for him/her as well.

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Dr. Quattlebaum is exactly what we were looking for in a pediatrician. He's great at listening to all concerns, explaining everything clearly, and he's really good with kids.

One thing that could be either a pro or a con: he's very laid back. To illustrate: We were worried about our son not talking as early as he was supposed to. Dr. Quattlebaum's response was basically "Don't worry about it" and then he told us lots of stories about people who started talking in complete sentences at age 3 or so. That's exactly what we needed to hear. Other doctors might have referred our son to a speech therapist or something, but for us that would have just caused more anxiety and cost more money. I'm sure Dr. Quattlebaum would do so if asked, but that's not really his style. (Our son started talking on his own at age 2.5 and now won't shut up.)

Charleston Pediatrics in located downtown on Rutledge. There is ample off-street free parking. I have heard that the other doctors in the practice are good, but haven't met them. They are very good about making sure you see your own doctor each time. The nurses are great in person, but I have had bad experiences talking to them on the phone and now always ask to talk to the doctor instead.

Overall: I really like this doctor. I'm now pregnant with my second and will go to Dr. Quattlebaum for him/her as well.

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