Ratings for Dr. M. KATHLEEN Ingram
I have been a patient when Dr Henderson was my first Doctor, then Dr Brakefield ( loved him) Dr Walton delivered my son in the 70's. Doctor Kathy Ingram is wonderful. It's like going to see a friend for a short one on one about what's with me. She's funny, attentive,professional. She listens. I don't mind that she's so busy. If she weren't I would be worried. She's an excellent doctor and I wish everyone could have her. Thanks Dr. Ingram. ELIZABETH WOODS.
It's sad because had people tell me how great she was. I guess got hopes up. While waiting in waiting room heard the staff talking about patients after one called and they were talking about some of the patients past visits. Tlhen met the dr thought being new and having a lot of past history with problems she would discuss with me my problems. Didn't happen. Had test done and took forever to get results. Then after making decision on what to do have got no call back. Wish would have just kept old Dr. Everyone said go to a lady she would understand. I don't see the compassion
The most amazing doctor! She is the perfect mix of professional and personal. She took time to answer all of my questions (I had alot) and she listened to all of my concerns. She never pressured me to deviate from my birth plan and she explained everything before any procedures started. I wish she could be my doctor for everything!
Dr. Ingram is great ...very down to earth and gives u info that u can understand it. The only problem that i've had was being able to reach her when trying to make an appt. Sometimes I have to drive an hour away when the local office is too busy. Other than that she is great!!!!!!
Dr. Kathleen Ingram is a very nice woman. She listens when you have a problem and seems interested in helping. I had her throughout my entire pregnancy and delivery and she was wonderful. I had mentioned some pain from the very beginning that she kept brushing off though. Before her I had three other doctors say that my pain sounded like it could be endometriosis and that they would do a laparoscopy when the pain worsened. When I told her I wanted to get to the bottom of it she ordered an ultrasound. I had read up on what could be seen on one and if it was endometriosis it would not show up and behold it came back clear. The only way to diagnose it is with a laparoscopy procedure. After it came back to her with nothing showing on it, she basically told me that some people just have more pain than others. Mind you that my complaints to her were: tugging pains in the lower abdominal area, pain during intercourse, and pain while urinating and during BM while on my period. I finally decide
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- Univ Of Al Sch Of Med, Birmingham Al 35294 (Grad. 1994)
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