I’m not sure if he was a ‘good RE’ because I have nothing to compare with but my IVF was successful – eventually.
I went to Ralph Kazer at Northwestern in Chicago. It was quite a while ago and things may have changed. A few negatives… There were several doctors so you are really seeing the entire group not one RE, a couple of the nurses were horrible and rude(the nurses who schedule meds, tests,etc.), sometimes I felt the process was run by the nurses, and I have friends who’ve gone to other clinics after trying Northwestern because they felt they were treated like a number at Northwestern. The positives…The appointments were easy to make, not a lot of waiting, Dr. Kazer was competent and kind – although not warm and fuzzy which was fine with me.
Wow…after re-reading, maybe my recommendation isn’t so positive after all!
I wasn’t very knowledgeable about the process prior to seeing the RE - I sort up showed up and did as I was told
. My view of the practice might have been different if I had been more educated.