Describe your experience with Dr. Marci Krop Cook Private Practice.
The machines and practices Dr. Cook uses are old and outdated. Dr. Cook has a great bedside manner but that does not outweigh the lack of success she has. I would not recommend this practice to a friend.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Marci Cook at Dr. Marci Krop Cook Private Practice?
Dr. Cook runs a very small, one woman practice. She knows all her patients names.
Describe your experience with your nurse at Dr. Marci Krop Cook Private Practice. (Assigned nurse: She does not have nurses, she is a one woman practice. )
Dr. Cook does not have nurses. She does everything herself.
How was your experience with Marci Cook at Dr. Marci Krop Cook Private Practice?
Dr. Cook has a great bedside manner and provides a very personal experience. However, her office equipment is old and her practices are outdated. While I overlooked her 90s ultrasound machine as a small nuance at the beginning of my experience, I should have asked to see her success rates before I wasted a lot of money and time at her clinic.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Marci Cook at Dr. Marci Krop Cook Private Practice?
I would ask to see her success rates and evaluate them against other larger clinics in the DC area.
Describe the protocols Marci Cook used in your cycles at Dr. Marci Krop Cook Private Practice and their degree of success.
I did several IUIs with Dr. Cook - she used a very old centrifuge and has a very old ultrasound machine. I referred a friend to see her, and afterwards she told me it was the worst ultrasound machine she had ever seen. Since it was my first time seeing an REI, I did not realize how outdated her practices and equipment was.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Marci Cook at Dr. Marci Krop Cook Private Practice.
She took Cigna insurance. I also paid for most of my treatment out of pocket.