Ratings for Dr. David C. Pearce
I had my 12 week appointment with this Dr. and it was hands down the worst experience with any physician I have ever had. We waited over an hour to see him and the appointment lasted less than 30 seconds. He showed no care in the world for me or my pregnancy. He said all of 10 words and the appointment was over. The thought of him delivering our baby scares me. I met with the Office Manager to discuss my concerns and was told if I scheduled a C Section I could secure the physician I wanted to deliver my baby. Will be switching practices.
I saw Dr. Pierce for my first OB appointment After I found out I was pregnant. He was nothing less than excellent. Being a new patient to his practice and new to pregnancy altogether, he was very patient with me and addressed every concern I was having being new to everything. He took his time talking to me even though the office was extremely busy the day I went. I hope he is the one that delivers my baby. He made me comfortable and I felt totally reassured leaving his office. I would recommend him to everyone I know.
Dr. Pearce is GREAT. He doesn't say much, which can be interpreted as him not caring but I found him to be extremely compassionate, especially if you have complications. He is serious, smart and very quick. If you ask for the first appointment of the day, you'll be in and out in 10 minutes which is great if you have to get to work. If he delivers your baby you will be in great hands.
What a terrible experience we had with this doctor. Does not respect the wishes of parents, has terrible bedside matter, and is not looking out for your best interest. I would highly recommend going to a whole new practice. Otherwise he may be the one who delivers your baby....trust me SCARY!
Dr. Pearce does NOT want to listen. He wants you in and out. Of all the doctors in the Williamsburg OBGYN practice he is the least concerned, the least helpful, barely sitting long enough to hear you out. I truly hope he reads this review so that he does not continue this practice of lacking concern. Pregnant women are vulnerable enough as it is, let alone feeling like a burden when it finally comes time for the chance to speak to someone who is supposed to listen best.
Dr. David C. Pearce's Credentials
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- Univ Of Nc At Chapel Hill Sch Of Med, Chapel Hill Nc 27599 (Grad. 1986)
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