Rose Midwifery - CLOSED

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  • 4545 E 9th Ave Ste 502 Suite 502

    Denver, CO 80220

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  • 303-320-2944

About Rose Midwifery

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My first visit to Rose, I was excited. She answered my questions. Then I had a problem. I had some bleeding and had to go to the Er.No heartbeat on the ultrasound. My horomine levels rose. I went back no heartbeat on the ultrasound. I

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My first visit to Rose, I was excited. She answered my questions. Then I had a problem. I had some bleeding and had to go to the Er.No heartbeat on the ultrasound. My horomine levels rose. I went back no heartbeat on the ultrasound. I

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Terrible place. Just terrible. The staff is incompetent, they (nurses, insurance, front desk) do not return phone calls, which as a first time preggo lady was very frustrating. The midwives themselves are a far cry from a midwife and not

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Terrible place. Just terrible. The staff is incompetent, they (nurses, insurance, front desk) do not return phone calls, which as a first time preggo lady was very frustrating. The midwives themselves are a far cry from a midwife and not

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Where do I even begin? If you don't mind getting medical care at a place that's comparable to a 3rd world country, then you will be happy here. Not only was I seen by someone who wasn't even a doctor during my first visit, I didn't get a

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Where do I even begin? If you don't mind getting medical care at a place that's comparable to a 3rd world country, then you will be happy here. Not only was I seen by someone who wasn't even a doctor during my first visit, I didn't get a

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I went to Rose for my first pregnancy. Even though there is a history of miscarriage in my family, and I was considered of "advanced maternal age" at 38, they did not want to see me until after 8 weeks. I suffered a miscarriage at 10 weeks

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I went to Rose for my first pregnancy. Even though there is a history of miscarriage in my family, and I was considered of "advanced maternal age" at 38, they did not want to see me until after 8 weeks. I suffered a miscarriage at 10 weeks

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I haven't physically been there yet, but when I called they were very helpful and friendly and answered all of my questions, told me to call back if I had any concerns at all. I guess we will see for sure when I go in in about a month

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I haven't physically been there yet, but when I called they were very helpful and friendly and answered all of my questions, told me to call back if I had any concerns at all. I guess we will see for sure when I go in in about a month

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I have been going to Rose Midwifery for the last 7 or so months and I am finally going to switch clinics. I absolutely hate it there. They make me feel like I am in trouble. Like I am meeting with a probation officer or something. I

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I have been going to Rose Midwifery for the last 7 or so months and I am finally going to switch clinics. I absolutely hate it there. They make me feel like I am in trouble. Like I am meeting with a probation officer or something. I

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When I found out that I was pregnant with my 3rd child I sought out midwifery services when I discovered that my insurance hospital was Rose Medical Center. Having had midwives with my first two, I thought this would be a good choice. I

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When I found out that I was pregnant with my 3rd child I sought out midwifery services when I discovered that my insurance hospital was Rose Medical Center. Having had midwives with my first two, I thought this would be a good choice. I

Pros: Friendly front desk staff if you find them on a good day

Cons: Too many midwives & patients that bring their other kids

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As soon as I found out I was pregnant I called Rose midwifery to schedule an intake appointment. I was told they don't see patients before 8 weeks and scheduled accordingly. About three weeks later, a week before my first appointment, I

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As soon as I found out I was pregnant I called Rose midwifery to schedule an intake appointment. I was told they don't see patients before 8 weeks and scheduled accordingly. About three weeks later, a week before my first appointment, I

Pros: Good location

Cons: You are just a file to them

 

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