Ratings for Dr. Tracey R. Lemon
My girl is diabetic and lemon head told her she wanted to induce her in 39 weeks yesterday made her 39wks so she told us to be at the hospital at 8pm so we went and when we got there the nurses said that we should've called but we was not aware of that then they told us they have no room so they sent us home at 1:45am the nurses at the hospital told us that they couldn't get in touch with lemon it was another doctor on call ever since lemon was appointed to us we've only seen her two times in nine months we are furious with lemons practice..... The worst OBGYN ever!!!
Dr lemon is not my obgyn but she did deliver my little girl last monday she was amazing i was determined to have a natural vaginal delivery even after finding out my babys head was turned the wrong way. She is an EXCELLENT birthing coach the entire team of women at emory midtown university were awesome this is my third baby and the only one that i had no postpartum issues due to delivery complications or doctor negligence she really knew what she was doing.THANKS doctor Lemon
this is the worst doctors office that i've ever been to in my life. i'm a first time mom, and for my first prenatal visit i wasn't told anything. it was by dr.lemon. what to do, what not to do, what not to eat. the next visit, i had to wait almost an hour for someone to see me. they said that they forgot i was there, or something crazy like that. when i got to the doctor, another lady, not dr.lemon, i told her no one told me anything my first visit, and she get a terrible attitude with me. she said that every month things change, and with a sick attitude, she was like, what do you want to know? then they forced me to take the downs syndrome pre screening, not telling me any details of the test. i didn't find out about those details until later when i was doing research because they called and told me that my test was positive. they (lakeshia) were very cold on the phone about it, and then later (2 weeks) i found out that they used the wrong due date for the test, and we were ok
My husband and I want to start a family.We setup a pre-conception appointment to see Dr. Lemon.The appointment was at 2, but they were closed for lunch until 2.Finally at 2:40 they call us in.The “nurse” didn’t seem to know how to get my blood pressure and asks me the same questions that I just answered in the forms.Then she asked what the reason was for the visit.I told her that we came in for a pre-conception appointment.She looked at me, LAUGHED, then asked “what’s that?”.I LITERALLY had to explain to her what the word “conception” means (in an OBGYN office!).She left, then came back and said that it would be a few minutes and someone would be there to see us.So I asked “by someone you mean Dr. Lemon?” and she said “no, Dr. Lemon just left”.By then it was 3pm.We asked for our money back (which they also had a hard time doing) and left. We never saw Dr. Lemon–because SHE LEFT!Her staff is neither knowledgeable nor helpful, and none of them care about punctuality.Don't waste your time
After a very long wait, I was told that Dr. Lemon was not available to see me. As a newly-pregnant woman, this was very disappointing, because I had wanted to see if she would be the best doctor for me. The woman that did inspect me did not ask me any questions about how I was feeling. She only asked if I had questions for her. I forgot to ask about swine flu vaccines, and she never brought it up. She then told be that at their practice, the doctors rotate out, and there was only a 1 in 4 chance that Dr. Lemon would deliver my baby. Not at all the personal relationship with an OBGYN that I was looking for. Again, I never actually met Dr. Lemon, but I was not at all impressed with her practice.
Dr. Tracey R. Lemon's Credentials
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- Meharry Medical College School Of Medicine (Grad. 1996)
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