Not pregnant yet but hopefully #2 in the near future. Apologies in advance for the long post. I used Ob & Gyn Specialists in Winter Park with my last pregnancy and unsure if I want to stick with them. I was generally happy with all of my prenatal care and visits and liked the doctors that I met with throughout. I liked that everything was done at the office (bloodwork, ultrasounds, etc) and I didn't have to go elsewhere and make additional appointments. I had a few frustrations with the billing department and also felt like I spent a long time waiting for each of my appointments as they always seemed to be running behind. I understood with it being such a large practice that it was unlikely that I would actually have any of the Obs that I saw be the one to deliver and that was the case. At the time of delivery I really liked the doc helping me along, but after the fact (and after severe tearing and chronic pelvic organ prolapse) I feel that I was rushed through delivery. With an epidural I didn't really feel what was happening to my body and feel that things could have been less severe had things not been rushed. I am thankful for a healthy son and don't feel that I had poor care, but think I may be looking for something a little different the second time around.
I am looking for a group that is a little smaller so that I might have a chance of meeting most of them to have some sort of relationship prior to delivery. I would also like someone who will advocate for my body and help me from worsening my pelvic floor issues and prevent severe tearing. I like being able to take care of everything all at the same office, but realize that may not be an option with a smaller group. Any suggestions/advice would be greatly appreciated. I have heard/read some positive things about Delaney Ob/Gyn, Loch Haven Ob/Gyn, and Partner's in Women's Healthcare....Thanks in advance!