I've been working in health care for years now and this is what I've heard from doctors, nurses, midviwes and patients:
Dublin, the good: it is like a resort, their numbers are lower so there is a bit of more personalized attention. The bad: unless you have insurance, you won't get all the great treatment, I've heard too many times they don't like uninsured patients and sometines they might be understaffed.
Doctors, the good: as good as any other hospital, the bad: they are not sensitive to patients with special needs or other cultures. Honestly, Doctors is ok as in just like any other hospital, nothing special.
Riverside, the good: la creme de la creme when it comes to L&D, top notch, doesn't get any better than Riverside as far as competency of staff and care for the patient, great for uninsured patients and patients of other cultures. The bad: doesn't look as ritzy as Dublin.
Good luck deciding!
I usually lurk on these boards but am going to try to post a little more...not too much time in the day!
I delivered at Riverside and it was a great experience. The nursing staff was very attentive the entire time I was in labor and right after my DS was born. The rooms were nice and even allowed for my DH to stay with me the entire time.
I have nothing but great things to say about Dublin Methodist. Such a great hospital and the staff was great! The rooms were a good size and so comfortable. I will definitely use Dublin Methodist again.
As for doctors, any doctor at the https://www.moca-obgyns.com/practice-specialists/ is great. I see Dr. Maffett but I've met them all. I rotated through each doctor before I delivered to make sure I met them all since you never know who is going to be on-call when you go to the hospital.