I have been a patient for over 10 years. I called to make my annual appointment, which in the past has been in or around December. I called five different times, the first four times I was left on hold for over 6 minutes. I was calling while at work, therefore I couldn't continue holding. The fifth time I called, I asked if I could just leave a message for whoever would do the scheduling. That was on a Monday morning. I didn't get a call back until Wednesday afternoon around 4:30. The person calling let it ring twice and then hung up and didn't leave a message. I called back a few minutes later and was again, left on hold for over 5 minutes. When I finally did get someone, I said that I needed to make my annual appointment with Kat, as well as a follow up ultrasound to check fibroids. I was given two different options for appointments. Both were Saturdays, one in December and one in January. I was told there was nothing else available. I was concerned as to what was going on b/c this has never been the issue in the past. I then asked if it would be with Kat, like I originally requested, and was told no, it would be with a lady named Barb. First of all, that should have been told to me up front when I asked for an appointment with Kat. It felt very sneaky that it was never mentioned. After being transferred to the office manager, who was extremely helpful, I was told she would put me on the list for the following Monday if any of those appointments cancelled when she called to confirm them. I did end up getting in on Monday with Kat. However, once I was there I was told that my last annual, was in February. Therefore, I wouldn't be able to get one. My issue with that is that I was left on hold, five different times, when trying to make the appointment, b/c a "scheduler" needed to make the appointment. Why did the person making the appointment not look at my chart, prior to making it, to be sure it had been at least a year since my last one?? That just seems like a waste of time for not only myself, but for the office. That was an appointment that someone else could have had, and I wouldn't have had to miss time from work and drive 30 minutes there and back for nothing. Thankfully, I did get the ultrasound, and I appreciate Kat for doing that. Lastly, I was not made aware of the fact that Dr. Perez was no longer with the office. When I started as a new patient, Dr. Robin was the only doctor there. Once Dr. Perez started, he did a surgery for me and then started seeing me for routine checks/appointments. At one point, I was told by the front desk that I needed to pick which doctor I wanted to be assigned to. Since I wasn't doing anything with IVF at that point, and because I had established a good relationship with Dr. Perez, I chose to go with him. I don't understand why no one notified his patients that he would no longer be there. Again, it seems very sneak and dishonest. I realize that I am one of many patients, and this will probably not make any difference at all. However, I have referred so many of my friends over the past 10 years to New Hope. When they were faced with fertility challenges and trying to decide between Jones and New Hope, I raved about you all. Things have changed a lot over the years and not in a good way. It's disappointing, and while I would continue to refer people to Dr. Robin for IVF, b/c I do believe she is the absolute best in the business, the referral would come with a warning about the rest of the practice, and how things are being ran.