1100 S Eliseo Dr Ste 107, Attn: Jaimie Vigil, Greenbrae, California, 94904-2017
Dr. Peter Uzelac is a Reproductive Endocrinologist located in Greenbrae, California. They've been operating since 2005 and have received reviews from 13 patients. They are currently a part of the Marin Fertility clinic team, and attended medical school at St. Georges.
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. Uzelac is a brilliant scientist who is focused on scientific research. For some, his clinical bedside manner may come off as robotic. For me, these traits were precisely what I was looking for in a doctor - someone who would approach my treatments in a methodical, efficient
I really can't say enough good things about the entire team at HRC. From the moment I walked in the door I felt welcome and heard. Dr. Uzelac was so kind and patient, he provided us with exactly what we needed. We ended up using a donor egg but he
Dr. Uzelac practices evidence-based medicine and is straightforward throughout the process. He is always happy to answer questions throughout the process, and is happy to provide guidance on how to navigate insurance hurdles.
Dr. Uzelac took the time to listen to my concerns and never made me feel rushed or like an inconvenience. He was respectful of the fact that I am a doctor as well, and answered all of my questions. I would never recommend IVF treatment, but I would recommend Dr
Dr. Uzelac took time to understand the specific needs of each patient, and tailored the treatment plan to meet those needs. My communication with Dr. Uzelac was always pleasant and efficient, and I felt well cared for in his care.
The ERA test is a "tiered therapy" used to assess a woman's progesterone level. Each hormone has a threshold that, if exceeded, suggests the lining is weak and the progesterone level is not high enough to support a pregnancy. By adjusting the order of the embryos