The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have live and lived well. - Ralph Waldo Emerson
When we first met Lori, she had had several friends recommend our practice. I listened to Lori’s concerns, and we discussed several options that first appointment together. One of my practices when interacting with patients is to really listen. To understand what they’ve been struggling with, what their goals are, and how they’re looking for a practitioner to help. Being listened to is something we all crave every day, and it’s important to me to do that for our patients.
Lori also really complemented our staff, and we later talked about how we’re so intentional about our respect and caring attitudes. Coming to the gynecologist isn’t always the most comfortable situation. You have to be very open and sometimes discuss issues and have exams that are not the most enjoyable. It’s probably not something you look forward to. Our nurses always try to chat with patients and make them feel at home, and answer as many questions as a patient brings up. We also try to be prepared and efficient, so visits are quick and as painless as possible.
Gynecology can raise intimate, troublesome questions. You shouldn’t have to live with problems with your health – you can work with a caring, respectful practice to address your issues well. Schedule a visit today with the button below. We look forward to hearing from you!
Dr. Julie Drolet
P.S. We know it can be hard to make time to get to the doctor. Our schedulers are great at working with you to make it fit your life.