4600 Hale Pkwy, Suite 350, Denver, Colorado, 80220-4020
Dr. Susan Trout is a Reproductive Endocrinologist located in Denver Colorado. They've been operating since 8/2/2005 and received reviews from 87 patients. Their NPI number is 1285635193, and they are currently are a part of the clinic team at Colorado Reproductive Endocrinology.
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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I was having difficulty getting my cycle under control, so I went to see Dr. Trout who took the time to talk to me about my cycle and what we could do to help me far better than my previous Ob/Gyn had. I would have given a higher rating if there was
"Dr. Trout is a fantastic doctor, she is caring and very knowledgeable. She is patient and open to answering all questions. As a new patient come prepared for a great introduction to fertility and when your blood results come in bring a notepad because you will learn something." original
I had a horrible experience with Dr. Trout while she was at Colorado Reproductive Endocrinology. I was a few months pregnant when I went for an ultrasound and Dr. Trout told me I had a cyst on my ovary that she did not remove during surgery, and assumed it
Dr. Trout and her team were there for me physically and emotionally. They always promptly answered my questions, and took care to support my emotional well being throughout the process. Summary: [Dr. Coddington] and his staff have a very smooth process. They send you the medicine
"Dr. Trout had very poor bedside manner. Her demeanor was uncaring, her tone was harsh, and she rarely made eye contact. ... I felt like she found me annoying, and was reluctant to spend time with me. ... Dr. Trout's lack of caring or empathy was
Dr. Trout is direct, kind, and patient. She is excellent at explaining the biology behind infertility, and also the emotional and social aspects of infertility treatment. Dr. Trout is also a self-pay specialist.
My husband and I have been seeing Dr. Trout for a year now, not because we wanted to do IVF immediately, but because we wanted to know everything. She is adamant that we try other things before jumping into IVF. She's a great doctor who listens and is encouraging and
Dr. Trout did all three surgeries to remove my endometriosis. The surgeries were intense but she was always on top of my care and always made sure I was doing okay. I would go back to her if we decide to have another child.
Dr. Trout was not very optimistic. She only focused on the negative and didn't focus on the positive. She made me feel like I would never get pregnant and only based all of our discussions on the negative and never the positive. I did not regret going to her for my first I
: Dr. Trout was not thoughtful in her approach. I felt like she did not care about my well being, and did not want to go the extra mile to help me. 2. Lack of empathy: I felt like I was on an assembly line, and was treated like a number