I wanted to like it here because Dr. Morris delivered my nephew. She is the only female at the practice. When I first started going here I had a weight gain due to depression and lack of exercise. I knew this. When I told Dr. Morris she said I should get blood work done to get tested for type II diabetes. That scared me half to death. The results came back negative, what a surprise. About a year later I developed a bartholin's cyst that I went in to see her about because it was starting to really hurt when I walked. (Sorry for the gross details that will be coming, but they're all relevant). She said to take hot baths and it should go away in a day or two. By the way it felt, I didn't trust that it would go away on its own. Out of suspicion I said, ''well what do I do if it doesn't go away?''. She said I would have to go to the ER or go back in, meaning large bill and extremely long waits. And sure enough, the next day, I woke up and it hurt ten times worse and it was painful to walk. This happened on a Friday. Well, Dr. Morris doesn't work on Fridays. They said my only option was to wait til Monday or go to the ER. I thought I could tough it out, soak for a long period of time and do whatever I can. Saturday came around and I had to work both that day and on Sunday. I was limping to walk on Saturday and having to pause every couple feet to make myself comfortable. Sunday came around and it felt like I was being stabbed in my private parts every time I took a step. I was nearly in tears, unable to walk the whole day, in fact, I could hardly lay down. Worst pain of my life. But we aren't even at the good part yet. I drove myself to the ER at 5am Monday morning when there was no wait and had to be put under because the pain was too great I couldn't even open up my legs for the doctor to look at it. I went to see her on Tuesday to get the catheter out that the ER doctor put in. She didn't seem to feel at all responsible for having misadvised me or anything. As she took my catheter out, some squirt out, and yes, disgustingly got on her face and arm. (Not my fault). Knowing she's an OBGYN, I didn't think this was THAT huge of a deal. I felt super bad and said OMG I'M SO SORRY. She gave me a fake smile and left the room. THIS IS THE GOOD PART: When she got out into the hallway, I could hear her say to several other nurses/staff, "Omg, her catheter squirt all over my face!!!". In the hallway, where ANYBODY could've been walking by. Left me feeling majorly embarrassed. HUGE HIPPA violation. I'll never go back there again.
I go to Dedicated Women's Health and have since 2010. After searching for a few different OBGYN's that I felt comfortable delivering my first child I found Dr Eun! He is very thorough , intelligent and makes me feel calm. He answers any questions and takes the extra time to do so. When I had to have a c-section he did an above amazing job. I healed and recovered great and the procedure went seemless even though I was bleeding more than normal and my son was stuck , he performed calmly ! I had a miscarriage in 2014 and he was there for me and did a good job on the D&C. Now I just found out I'm pregnant again, I pray I don't miscarry but I'm in excellent hands with Dr Eunabd the entire staff!!!