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Ratings for Dr. Juliette E. Hughes

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Dr. J. Hughes was outstanding, Love her so much! Highly recommend to everyone!

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flag | Submitted April 3, 2014

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What does one look for in a doctor....Well, one wants a doctor to be full of knowledge, compassion, trust, kindness, and a heart full of love. Juliette Hughes portrays all these traits and so much more! During my labor and delivery she was there the whole time! I had a delivery without complication unlike my first 2 deliveries and I have Dr. Hughes to thank for that. I highly recommend Dr. Juliette Hughes to everyone! Life is precious and our family was truely blessed to have her.

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flag | Submitted March 2, 2014

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8 miscarriages and I was pregnant again.I started bleeding,called the office and was told that it was nothing to worry about,if I started bleeding heavier then call back and they would get me in.Having done this 8 times prior,I knew what was happening.With 7 of my prior miscarriages I had to have transfusions.On the 8th,I was given a script that controlled the bleeding,I was calling for that.I was told that the Dr. couldn't prescribe without seeing me.In the office I told her that I didn't want an ultrasound,she said she wouldn't write me a script without one.My insurance didn't pay anything because there was no visit.After a few weeks of calling, asking why I had this huge bill? I was told that it was taken care of.They took care of it by sending it to a collections agency.I was never notified due to a wrong address.This was back in June,2012.So last night 03/21/2013, I was served.I have to pay 3 times what the bill was to begin with.Juliette and your office should be ashamed.

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flag | Submitted March 22, 2013

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Dr. Juliette Hughes if fabulous! I recommend her to all my friends. She was so helpful and compassionate throughout my pregnancy, and she stayed with me through 3 hours of pushing to deliver my son. She is knowledgeable and personable. She made me feel like me and my baby were important to her, not just a number on a chart. I thank God for Dr. Hughes. I highly recommend her!

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flag | Submitted July 23, 2010

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Dr. hughes is a ok Dr. but when it comes to being understanding of people when they fall on hard times you will get no sympathy from this office. In fact she will refuse to see you even if you are on medication that you don't know how to wing yourself off of. Patience beware!!! Go someplace else!!!

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flag | Submitted January 29, 2010

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I saw Dr. Hughes throughout my pregnancy and just loved her! She was always happy and supportive and was really on my side throughout a very long labor process. She was also the OB for a friend of mine who was very impressed with her also, even her husband raved about how calm and laid back she was. I'm absolutely going to her for my next pregnancy, and in fact I'm looking forward to seeing her again.

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flag | Submitted August 12, 2009

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Dr Hughes is really sweet but she doesn't really listen to feedback. It's sort of the whole, "I'm a woman so I know exactly what it's like," deal. I tried 4 different types of birth control, and nothing worked for my horrible cramps. After she tried Darvocet and failed, and I tried some extra Vicoden I had left over, and also failed, I was reduced to taking 1gram of Ibuprofen (that's 5 tablets) every FOUR HOURS just to function like a human being. Then, when I was away from home, I visited a clinic for the pain. They gave me Tramadol there, and it actually worked. I asked her to prescribe the same thing because it was the only thing that actually worked. She insisted that I would get addicted and for that reason she refused to prescribe it. The thing is, Tramadol has been proven to be only slightly more addictive than Ibuprofen, and is a NON-OPIATE analgesic. I understand her wanting to protect me from an addiction but it's ridiculous to withhold treatment that has been proven to work.

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flag | Submitted July 30, 2008

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  • Emory University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1997)

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