Theresa Robinson

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Theresa Robinson
Theresa Robinson, MD Office

(713) 795-0047

7580 Fannin St Suite 235 Houston, TX 77054
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Theresa Robinson

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Primary Specialty

OBGYN

Practice Theresa Robinson, MD
Not Accepting New Patients
Degrees Medical Doctor
Business Hours
Monday:9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday:9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:Closed
Sunday:Closed
Services Theresa Robinson offers OBGYN services in Houston, TX at 7580 Fannin St Suite 235, Houston, TX 77054. Obstetricians & Gynecologists (OBGYN) specialize in female reproductive health issues as well as gynecological health issues.

To learn more about OBGYN services, or to make an appointment with Theresa Robinson, MD in Houston, TX, please call (713) 795-0047.
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(32 Reviews)
Service
4 star average for Service
Environment
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Expertise
3 star average for Expertise
Staff
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Recent Reviews
Office pleasant, and professional, Dr. Robinson was knowledgeable, she encouraged me to ask questions to make be feel comfortable,
MY FIRST PREGNANCY ENDED IN A 40 WEEK 3 DAY DEMISE!!! CHOOSE ANOTHER DOCTOR!!!
Here is the story:
Dr Robinson was a referral from a friend, with that being said I thought all would be well. I was completely wrong! I went to her because I was pregnant with my first child. On the first visit she performed an ultrasound on me and took some blood, ran test etc, everything seemed pretty routine. With that being said fast forward throughout the pregnancy she'd come asks if I had any problems, check for a heart beat, measure my stomach and that was that. I would spend more time waiting in the room for her than she would actually spend with me. She had too many patients and too many offices not on the same side of town for her own good. I can count having three ultrasounds all together; the first one to see if I was pregnant (first visit) ,one performed at the hospital to determine the sex of the baby, and last but not least the one she performed when I was 40weeks and 3 days when she could not find my babies heart beat. As my due date approached she'd inform me to only call her if my water broke or if I was contracted every 5 mins and she made it known not to call unless that. Therefore, on the day I went into labor I had an appointment scheduled; so, I waited to see her. I told her I was contracting every 10 mins she said "well you should've called earlier you could've had your baby by now!" She takes me into the room search for a heart beat and it could not be found. The way she delivered the information was and I quote " I cannot find a heart beat I do not know why sometimes these things happen." Long story short on the day that should have been the best day of my life turned out to be the worst. After my full term 5lb 6oz baby was delivered she told me the reason for the demise was due to the umbilical cord wrapped around his neck and his weight and this just happens sometimes, as for his weight that was perfectly normal. I was 40 weeks and 3 days nothing was normal with his weight and nothing was normal about a baby dying from a nuchal cord accident with today's technology! She suggested not to get an autopsy because it was merely and accident and she informed me at my one month check up that my placenta report was normal (I had to ask her for a copy she didn't volunteer this info) and if I've gotten pregnant again everything would be the exact same; I would not be high-risk patient. Well after not being satisfied with that answer we let another doctor handle our next pregnancy and found out my placenta was not functioning properly in that past pregnancy and my baby was not getting enough blood or oxygen which is why he was so little at full term and that he would have been mentally challenged if he'd lived. This could have all been determined if ultrasounds were being done in the first place, his weight was being tracked, and we now know My First baby died from lack of oxygen due to the placenta not the umbilical cord being wrapped around his neck. I would advise any woman to not go to Dr. Robinson, she is not professional!
Recent Polls
Did the paper on this OBGYN's exam table appear fresh and new?
Definitely no
Did this provider seem up-to-date with the current advancements in their field?
Not at all, they seemed stuck in the past
Does this provider maintain a professional appearance?
Somewhat, I wasn't overly impressed
Are you going to visit this provider again?
Not if my life depended on it
Did you feel safe in this provider's care?
No, I was scared
Is this provider easy to reach in an emergency?
Yes, they answered my call right away
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