I really like my OB. Her name is Wendy Kindrick from Women's Integrated Healthcare. They have a bunch of female OB's in the practice. One plus is that they are directly across from BG. One con is their wait time but to me it was worth it.
Has anyone heard of Dr. Morris in Dr. Flower's office?
My OB is also Wendy Kindrick with WIHC.I've been with her for years we love her.
mgreeson:Is Dr. Kindrick as difficult as Dr. Flowers to get in to? Dr. Flowers was booked until April 2012 unless I was already pregnant. I am looking for a new OB so that I can start trying to get pregnant. My old OB doesn't have an office in Southlake anymore and her new office is way too far,so I am looking for another one. Thanks for everyones help.
I don't know for sure as I was already pregnant when I called to make the appointment. But they got me in at pretty much exactly 8 weeks. The good thing about her office is there are several OBs in the practice, so I would imagine someone would be available quickly.
babycakes1981:Dr. Angela Cope with Women's Integrated Health. It's an all women practice right across the street from Baylor Grapevine.
Or Dr. Walters with WIH. I am with her, she is great.
I second Dr. Moser!! I am a current patient, and she's awesome - her staff is amazing, too.
I advise against Women's Integrated Healthcare - they were recently sued by the TX Attorney General for implanting non-FDA approved Mirena devices, bought from Canada, without informing patients. They did this because the non-FDA approved Mirena devices were cheaper for them, but they still charged the full amount to the patient. I don't call that trustworthy at all.