270 Laguna Rd, Suite 220, Fullerton, California, 92835-2516
Dr. Daniel Potter is a Reproductive Endocrinologist located in Fullerton, California. They've been operating since 2006 and have received reviews from 97 patients. They are currently a part of the HRC Fertility clinic team, and attended medical school at USC.
Net promoter score reflects how likely a patient is to recommend their reproductive endocrinologist to a friend. It reflects overall patient experiences, from reception through to post-procedure care. As such, it’s an important metric to consider when choosing an REI to act as your fertility specialist.
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"Dr. Potter was a great doctor. Though I am sure he is extremely busy with a large practice, I always felt I got his undivided attention. My transfer was the day of Hurricane Harvey, so he was not able to make it because of the weather. I would have
Dr. Potter was warm, caring, and dedicated to our family achieving our dream of having a child. He helped my husband and I as much as he could in terms of achieving that dream. He was also dedicated to providing emotional support and advice to my husband and I throughout the process.
"Dr. Potter is very direct and honest. I liked that he didn’t make any promises and really took his time with us. It was as if we were his only patients and he never got flustered with our questions. This is a great way to be--a
: “My experience with Dr. Potter has been great. He is very thorough in his explanations and listens to my concerns. There are a few things I would like him to be better about, but overall I think he’s a great doctor.”
Dr. Potter holds an incredibly busy clinic. Because of this, our appointments were sometimes scheduled back-to-back, and he might spend his entire time with one family and then immediately move on to the next. I think it's important to note, however, that time with Dr.
"Dr. Potter does everything he can to find the cause of infertility. He will do multiple tests to try and figure out what is causing infertility. He is very thorough and will always look for alternative ways to get to the root cause of the infertility." Summary: Dr. Potter's
It was my first time doing IVF and I felt very comfortable with Dr. Potter. We did IUI prior to IVF. I felt that Dr. Potter had my best interest at heart and was looking out for me and my husband and not just trying to make a sale. I
Dr. Honea is a cranky old man who thinks he is all-knowing. He cancels cycles and his protocol is the only one that exists. He does not put much effort into counseling, and it's all about numbers. He doesn't adjust to individual needs.
Dr. Potter is a good doctor who is highly respected in the fertility field. He is very organized and has a good reputation for getting patients pregnant. However, I did encounter a few issues with my experience with him. First, my donor egg cycle took a long time to complete because of
"This was a very difficult experience for me. I felt like I wasn't listened to at all, and I felt like I was being treated just like a body in a lab....I felt like I wasn't listened to at all, and I felt like I was being treated just like