Ratings for Dr. Jennifer A. Corrie
Hi i have been looking for this woman for 10 years and when i find her i read all these horrible stories . She performed a leap surgery on me after i had my baby in 2000. I have not been able to get pregnat since. I got married in 2008 and me and my hubbie have been trying to get pregnat ever since. I went to a ob doctor by where i live and they sent me to go have a really uncomfortable test. As the doctor was performing the test he asked me have i ever had any surgerys i told him yes he said thats when they cut a tiny whole in your cervex are you sur thats the only surgery you have ever had i said i'm positive. He gave me a very puzzled look and said okay i will send this over to your ob doctor. I will never be able to bless my husband with a baby because of this woman!!! I am pissed off and plan on filing a law suit for medical malpractice If anyone on here knows how to get in touch with this doctor please let me know!!
Very impresssed with the care received by this doctor. Very attentive and was truly concerned about the health of the unborn child. Performed ultrasounds regularly on the baby. Office visits were for the most part started on time, except in one case where they said she was in a emergency c-section, understandably. Would recommend her to family.
Dr Corrie is a wonderful doctor. She helped us deliver a healthy little girl when other doctors were wanting us to c-section or deliver early. She not only takes the life of the mother serious she takes the life of the child serious too. What a great doctor.
Dr. Corrie was incompetent in delivering my baby. She insisted on a cesearean section because it was a saturday night and she was annoyed at having to come to the hospital. She then insisted on a "spinal" anaesthetic even though the epidural worked just fine. Then her incision was placed so far beneath the hairline, instead of above, that I suffered nerve damage and improper scarring, I was later told by a competent ob gyn.
During my pregnancy I passed out. Dr. Corrie tooks some blood tests and found some "slightly elevated levels" in my liver and some protein in my urine. She hospitalized me to be safe, but brought in 2 specialists, both who said I was fine. She kept me there over a week telling me I had preeclampsia, despite never having high blood pressure (actually it was only 105/65!!!) the most tell tale sign of preeclampsia there is. She then insisted I take a steriod shot to build up my baby's lungs because I could deliver within 24 hours. AFter my release, I had to go in to their office 2 times a week for ultrasounds and fetal monitoring and more blood and urine tests, despite her own doctors and ultrasound tech telling me it was pointless. Needless to say, my insurance refused to pay and I am stuck with thousands and thousands of dollars in medical bills. By the way, 3 months later, 2 days shy of my due date, I delivered a perfectly healthy 8 pound baby boy.
When I first went to her, I was pregnant with my first child and had just moved half-way accross the country. She yelled at me during my first visit because I cried when she told me that my baby had a congenital defect and that I had placenta previa. She didn't consult with a surgeon who wanted to take out my appendix during my pregnancy and turned out I didn't have appendicitis. Then, when I asked her about the placenta previa during my last month, she scoffed at me and said it "corrected itself". I said I wasn't aware of this "correction" and requested an ultrasound. Still, they told me it had corrected itself - but it hadn't. I gushed blood at 36 weeks and had to be hospitalized and have my baby 3 weeks early because of her mistake. So many more similar stories. When we complained, they "fired" me and told me to get counseling.
Dr. Jennifer A. Corrie's Credentials
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- University Of Miami School Of Medicine (Grad. 1993)
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