[Parentsgroup-list] HUHS pediatrician recommendation?

Brett Huggett bhuggett at fas.harvard.edu
Tue Feb 3 21:47:48 EST 2009


Dr. Priver is wonderful.  We feel that every time we go in there for a
check-up, Dr. Priver is willing to spend as much time as is needed.  She
really gives you her full attention is very honest.



On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 9:35 PM, B=E9n=E9dicte Charles
<benedictecharles at free.fr>wrote:

>  Kim,
>
> We are with Dr Michelle Dorrell at HUHS for our 3 boys, and are very very
> happy.
> She joined the practice in 2007, and we chose her at that time for our
> newborn, and quickly for the other ones.
> She remembers all of them, makes connections between the 3 children's
> health when she examines one.
> She has been very attentive and comprehensive with our wish not to get the
> Flu vaccine, though informative about its benefits.
> She is available, easy to talk to, and has a good relationship with our
> children (18m, 4 and 6 y.o).
>
> On several occasions, we had appointments with Carol Browne, Nurse
> practitioner.
> We, and the children LOVE her. She has tons of experience, is very
> pragmatic and kind hearted.
> She helped me with breastfeeding for my second child, and again for my
> third one, even though it was not the purpose of the appointment.
> When I can not see my pediatrician, I know I am in good hands with her!
>
> This does not exactly answer your question, but: If you give birth at
> Brigham and Women Hospital, your baby will be seen by one of the HUHS
> pediatrician before you leave. Even if she is not officially accepting new
> patients, you may choose the pediatrician you will see at the hospital. A=
nd,
> also, among all th e information the hospital asks for months in advance,
> there is the name of a pediatrician, but if you are with HUHS, you have t=
he
> option just to write HUHS pediatrician (they will know who to call to see
> your baby). And choose later on, even after the baby is born.
>
> I Hope this helps. Good luck with your pregnancy and search for a
> pediatrician.
>
> B=E9n=E9dicte
>
>
> 02/02/09 14:19Michelle Formanmlf534 at mail.harvard.edu
>
> Dr. Priver is wonderful.
>
> Michelle
>
> On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 2:11 PM, Debrah Rud <
> debrah_rud at student.hms.harvard.edu> wrote:
>
> I was with HUHS for a year with my son and had Naomi Priver. She was grea=
t.
> She shared personal experiences with her own child and was happy to talk =
on
> the phone with me about issues I was having. I really liked her a lot. I'=
ve
> heard other people had good experiences with her also.
>
> Cheers,
> Debrah
>
>
> On 2/2/09 1:59 PM, "Kimberly Bertrand" <kbertran at hsph.harvard.edu> wrote:
>
> > We're looking for a pediatrician for our son, who is expected in April.
>  Does
> > anyone have any (good or bad) experience with any of the HUHS
> pediatricians?
> >
> > Thanks in advance for your help,
> > Kim Bertrand (HSPH)
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