Ratings for Dr. Albert T. Domingo
Dr. Domingo is a kind man with compassion very few have nowadays. He cares about my health, my infant sons health and always takes time to answrr any questions we may have. He is always in good spirits and knows what he is doing! I had 2 miscarriages and THEN changed to Dr. Domingo. He MADE SURE my 3rd pregnancy would be carried to term. He started me off with preventive measures and watched our pregnancy the whole way with ultrasounds (as many as we could get!) He really, truly cares about his community, patients, family, etc... as long as he is practicing, I'll keep having babies. 😁
Dr. Domingo is not a OBGYN I would recommend to anyone. I was in for my first prenatal for my first pregnancy and he was in and out of the room in a matter of SECONDS. Walked out in tears because he spent NO time with me whatsoever. Didn't explain anything, didn't ask if I had questions or concerns, didn't ask how I was feeling. NOTHING. Came right in, shook my hand, continued to stand (obviously in a hurry), said two things about a medication I was on (didn't even get to discuss my concerns with him) and walked right out. Not impressed and wouldn't recommend.
I am not someone who can say much positive about this Dr. I suffered miserably from ovarian cysts and despite a drilling procedure by him and being told that there were no real reasons for them he actually told me I was crazy and reiterated same to spouse. Less than 48 hours after this I landed in the ER with ruptured cyst. Shortly after the trip to the ER I was advised I PCOS. After moving to another Dr. and actually being tested, it was discovered that I did not have PCOS. He was also OB and I too had prayed for all the positive experiences many speak of. First his office mocked me at finding myself pregnant at my age (mind you prevention was used) then he failed to address some issues I had during my pregnancy. He was angered by my refusal for inducing labor (he had plans) and he went ahead and stripped membranes without permission. He never did an ultrasound and when I went into labor it was discovered that the amniotic fluid was dangerously low and meconium was present. After delivery I had severe back pain and intermittent paralysis only to be advised when I got home to put a heating pad on it. I also continued to swell severely. After multiple days of being ignored he again was angry with me because I requested to be released. Follow up visits were equally poor and he failed to acknowledge the severity of pain and disability. I would NEVER recommend this man!
Dr. Domingo is a wonderful man. He is so kind and caring to all of his patients. I have seen him for many years and though I am currently having a tough time financially, he is the only physician who will still see me with my medicaid plan. He treats all patients with respect regardless of their socioeconomic background. I am realizing with the more physicians I speak with, that it is very rare it is to find this.
Being not from canton and moving here pregnant I looked to reviews, etc to find my obgyn. Dr Domingo did not live up to his good reviews. I found him to never have enough time, brash, and doing tests that said were covered but in the end were not. These in my opinion were not necessary testing. After my c section I never had him come by to check on, etc. I believe he is a good surgeon, but beyond that I would not recommend, he has too many patients, very disappointed.
He is wonderful!! I am/was a high risk pregnancy and he always answered my questions without hesitation.Successful delivery was priority #1. I switched to him when I found out I was pregnant with twins on my fourth pregnancy, we lost one and he was very in tuned to the health of the survivor. It was my third c-section and the best one yet. Excellent surgeon and very friendly and caring. Even popped in a few times to see how we were doing (outside of normal "charged" check ups) post delivery. Love him and recommend him to all!
I have been going to Dr Domingo for several years and just love him and his staff. My daughter started to see him when she was 16 and when she was 19 he found a large mass on her ovary. She had surgery and he had to remove one ovary because it was cancer. She went through chemo and she is now 22 and Dr. Domingo saved her life by finding the large mass. I thank God that I made sure she received her yearly checkups because she wouldn't be here today. Dr. Domingo will be delivering my first grandchild in about 3 weeks which I am forever grateful to have my daughter cancer free and my soon to be grandson.
Dr. Domingo is the best there is. I started out with him before my pregnancy and continued with him. I am glad that I found him before because this is my first baby and he has been wonderful with answering all my questions that I have. Yes sometimes he is a little late, that's only because he is a very busy man. But when it's your turn to see him he takes his time and concentrates on you. I have nothing bad to say about Dr.Domingo, he is a wonderful man and doctor. I would never go to any else. He even has a great staff, they are all very nice and if they don't know an answer they come back with one quickly. So if you want a Great Doctor and a wonderful staff behind him you really should go see Dr. Domingo. Visit him in his Wertz office, my appointments never go past an hour. I am always in and out. Thank you Dr. Domingo and staff, keep up the good work!
Dr. Albert T. Domingo's Credentials
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- Howard University College Of Medicine (Grad. 1982)
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