At MFM, we love hearing real patient stories about their experience with us. Dominique Weiss, who has been living in New York for 13 years, joined MFM in May of 2014. Read on to learn more about her experience:
“I met the doctors from Maternal Fetal Medicine when I started working as a nurse on the Labor and Delivery floor at Mount Sinai in 2006. After a couple of years of working with them, they asked me to become their childbirth educator. I decided to join MFM after finding out that I was pregnant with twins. I had been fortunate enough to deliver many sets of multiples with the doctors at Maternal Fetal Medicine as a labor nurse at Mount Sinai, and I knew that they were really comfortable with not just vaginal deliveries, but that I wouldn’t be classified as high-risk just because I was expecting twins.
I did know going in that MFM was a group practice. I was fortunate enough to have worked with many of the doctors in the practice as a labor nurse, and I knew that each one brought in a high caliber of expertise, as well as bedside manner. And I felt really comfortable with all the doctors that I had worked with, and met, and got to experience my delivery with.
I love the office staff at Maternal Fetal Medicine. The schedulers are really great at making sure that your appointments are rotated through the different doctors, so that you met everyone in the practice. And the sonographers were wonderful. They would take special interest in you, and you were able to form just special bonds with them. They would go out of their way to make sure that you got the best pictures. And then at the end of the appointment, in real-time, they would consult the doctors, and you could get that reassurance.”
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