Describe your experience with MedStar Health.
Currently, part of a fairly large and very busy gyn practice.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Nathan Berger at MedStar Health?
He was generally friendly, a bit of a god-complex maybe. The quality of care was MUCH higher when he had his own fertility practice. I got pregnant first try. When trying to conceive a second time, he was with a bigger practice, not specializing in fertility, and I felt he did not do the testing I needed and was not especially attentive. Also---No weekend hours!!!
Describe your experience with the nursing staff.
Excellent at his first practice, pretty shoddy at his second practice.
How was your experience with Nathan Berger at MedStar Health?
I would recommend him at his current practice for a women in her early 30s w/o any fertility problems who wanted an inexpensive doctor to perform pretty routine IUI (single or lesbian woman). Otherwise, I would say that his current practice doesn't measure up to other, more expensive places. He was really ideal when he had his own fertility practice.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Nathan Berger at MedStar Health?
Consider carefully if you need a 7 day a week practice and if you are likely to need anything more advanced than Clomid + IUI.
Describe the protocols Nathan Berger used in your cycles at MedStar Health and their degree of success.
All were Clomid cycles, can't remember exact doses.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Nathan Berger at MedStar Health.
Very reasonable. About $700 for an IUI cycle plus medications.