Dr. Johnson is the most compassionate, attentive doctor I ever had. He saved me from a lot of pain and suffering when I was a young Marine. I was unable to get adequate care on base until he stepped in. He delivered my daughter, too. I wish I still had him but I relocated out of state.
It is hard to believe Dr. Johnson is still practicing. 18 years ago, he made the most horrific decision to disagree with 2 other physicians in his practice, one being my primary physician. Dr. Johnson decided my baby was not big, although my primary and another doctor conferred and agreed my baby was well over 9 pounds. Unfortunately he was the doctor on call during my delivery, and he chose to not do a C-section. My baby girl died as a result of this. She was 10 pounds 5 oz. and was stuck on my pelvic bone. Yes, hard to believe he is still practicing.
My review comes 22 years late, but then again there was no forum back then. The practice was good, this doctor, not. My primary OB was not available when I went into labor, so Dr. Johnson was called in. I'm actually surprised he's still practicing after all these years. Dr. Johnson never listened to anything I said during my greater than 26 hours of induced labor, yelled at me and the nursing staff after my child's birth, and so many issues during, directly, and 6 months after while I was still recovering from my tears. Beware.
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