Thomas A. Cochran, Jr, MD
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5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
Show More It's a beautiful place amazing people.. Dr. C is my dude..
1 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
Show More This Dr has very minimum discussion about anything, PO is when you need things explained to you and you will get nothing if you don't ask, even then it's not much. The office visits are always short. If this Dr is your choice please know that when issues happen, they will be played down as nothing, so stay on top of him to demand answers.
5 out of 5 stars Breast Implant Revision
Show More Dr Cochran listened well, was confident and considerate in all ways. I've always looked back on my experience with him and with his office as a wonderful experience.
4 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
Show More I decided to go with Dr. Cochran b/c of his positive reviews on RS, cost and scar placement. I intially spoke with Crystal from Dr. Boutte's office in Atlanta and although she was pleasant, I felt like I was dealing with a sales campaign. I continued to do my research and had suggestions from friends in my local area who had the same surgery but I decided to go with my instinct so if something were to happen I would have no one to blame/point finger at but myself. I sent in my pics to Vickie after stalking this site for a year and the process was underway. Dr. C is a kind man of little words but you don't feel isolated or get the impression he's b/sing you. I have to say that Vickie, Pam, and Shay were awesome. Vickie is such a sweet person and an asset to the practice with her sweet demeanor and pleasant sense of humor. She and Pam helped make my experience as positive as it could be. Pam is a real trooper, funny, direct but has a great sense of humanity and patience. She is what you would expect a RN to be; compassionate, understanding & patient. I loved her and Shay. I didn't get to talk to Shay long b/c I met her on the OR table, lol but she was sweet according to my husband. My encounter with Gail was quick and mostly dealt with the money over the phone and at the practice she seemed the same, kind of like a person who isn't that people person oriented, but it's ok b/c her strength may just be dealing with accounting. The receptionist with the short red hair, well she and the other nurse (the one who does the FMLA pw) need a little more help with their social skills in dealing with the public. The receptionist was borderline rude on my last visit as was the nurse who does the FMLA p/w. Dr.C was great overrall though. He told me I could call him anytime and I could come back if I needed to for a follow up but it wasn't necessary b/c I lived so far away. I thought this was a rather odd statement b/c IMO I think everyone should have a f/u appointment at least 4-6 weeks out in order to go back to work or just to check on the wound etc.(?????). My husband said I would definitely be going back for a follow up appt, lol. That was sort of strange but maybe that's just me. I would refer others to Dr. C and would just say his post op visits could be a little more informative or eventful. I went 2days PO (which seemingly confused him as to why I was there) and I saw him again 5days PO(which he showed my hubby how to pull my drains and remove my stuches) I might come back in a few weeks for f/u since I'm off work for at least 6 weeks and it's only 5 hours away. I'll tell you the office isn't really modern but it's clean and comfortable and that's all that you need. The care is good and the staff friendly with the exception of my comments earlier about my experience with the two females. They could have been having a bad day but when you work with the public you have to put on your game face. Dr. Cochran, Vickie & Pam were top notch and can't say enough good things about them(my hubby told me to let it go on the other two but I felt compelled to tell the truth about my encounter with them and once I get their names I'll let you know).
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