Ratings for Dr. Larry S. Butler
This doctor has been an absolute godsend. I am 37 weeks along and this is my 2nd pregnancy. My first son is 21 years old. I am 39 and this pregnancy is considered high risk. He is patient, friendly, and answers all my questions. He really makes me feel at ease. I also like the staff. They are very friendly and if you have a question they cant answer they find out. I wish my ob 21 years ago would have been half as knowledgeable and kind.
I love Dr. Butler. I think his old fashion approach is awesome and i love the life lessons he supplies. i do know that because we live in a time where the demand for providers is outstanding and Dr. Butler shouldnt be judged so harsh. He is a man and a man he shall be the same as all the individuals that he sees. Thanks Dr. Butler see you again soon
Dr. Butler is absolutely wonderful! He delivered both of my little girls and always made me feel like I was his #1 patient. Every time I go to his office, he is so kind and gracious. I honestly can't believe the other reviews left here, because I never had a bad experience with him. My only complaint is it can be a little bit lengthy waiting to see him. Other than that, I would recommend him to anyone. He's fabulous!
Rushed me, and would actually try to leave room while asking important questions. Cocky and rude and wouldn't listen to me. Charged me $20 for ultra-sound not required by my insurance and then called me "high-risk" and said I needed extra ultra-sounds (sounds like taking my money) because I had normal nausea. Wanted me to work in 100 degree factory and just come in once a week for an IV because I was getting dehydrated easily but would cost me money for weekly visits and they charged me per disability form to miss a few days work when all other doctors for pregnant women at my job just give them a month off. The doctor prescribed me a medicine that has never been tested on pregnant women, causes stillbirths in animals, and is considered a last resort because the zofran didn't work well enough for me to return to work regularly. I don't see how risking my child so I can work for a month is worthwhile.
Dr. Larry S. Butler's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
- University Of Kentucky College Of Medicine (Grad. 1979)
Areas of Expertise
Awards & Recognitions
Publications & Research