Ratings for Dr. Nancy H. Cook
Dr. Cook was a horrible doctor who does not care about the patients--it is simply a well-paying job for her. Furthermore, she will order absolutely unnessesary tests that have no medical indication for you and threaten you and twist it to say that she is looking out for the baby that you need to have a test done. For a test that could have been easily done in her office for free to me, she had me come to the hospital on the weekend when she was on call--she did not tell me that I would be admitted to the hospital and therefore incur a HUGE bill for a simple non-stress test (I was not even 41 weeks pregnant and everything was normal). Furthermore, two days later, I had to come back to the office and take the same test with a sonogram even though Saturday's test was normal...so then I tried to ask her why the saturday test was even necessary and she wouldn't return my calls--she only had the billing office at her office call me and obviously they were no help.
I had a very poor experience with Dr. Cook. When I questioned the need to induce labor she brushed off my concerns and told me "I didn't know enough to make that decision." During the induction process-which spanned two full days-she wanted to give me morphine to sleep at night. I refused and just took one Ambien. I was really appalled she would suggest giving a pregnant woman morphine when clearly it was not warranted. During the induction process whenever my husband or myslef would question aomething-such as why I had to stay on my back at all times or why she wanted to give me morphine-she would become very defensive and refuse to answer the question.
Dr. Nancy H. Cook's Credentials
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- University Of Louisville School Of Medicine (Grad. 1982)
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