Doctor Directory

Trinka Dykes, MD

11404

Assistant Professor

Call
4.6 4.6 296 ratings

Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Board Certificates

Obstetrics and Gynecology - American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology,

Education

MD - University of Tennessee Memphis, 1988
Residency - Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 1992

Location(s)

Vanderbilt Franklin Women's Center
Vanderbilt Center for Women's Health
4155 Carothers Parkway
Franklin, TN 37067
(map)

Related Link(s)

Patient Comments

Patient Comments are gathered from the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey and displayed in full. Patients are not identified in order to respect patient privacy.
I am very happy with Dr. Dykes. She is professional and knowledgeable, and seems to care.
Patient | February 7, 2018

I have recommended her.
Patient | January 27, 2018

I initially started going here because of convenience to my workplace. Now I work somewhere else but I will always come here because of the quality of care I always receive.
Patient | January 24, 2018

I have recommended others to see Dr. Dykes based off the care she provides myself.
Patient | January 22, 2018

Really really nice, would love if staff could be brushed up on LGBT terminology and concerns though!
Patient | January 8, 2018

why have blood pressures taken and recorded as high and not address the blood pressure? the doctor seemed more corncerned with where I would be going on vacation this next year.
Patient | December 25, 2017

Dr. Dykes is the bomb. Love her. Delivered both my kids!
Patient | December 13, 2017

When she asked how I was feeling I told her I felt like I might go earlier this time due to more pre-contractions, etc. She completely dismissed my comments and proof and said every second mother feels that way. Then when I asked a simple question about what exactly the non-stress tests & weekly ultrasounds were monitoring (ie: amniotic fluid, heart rate, etc) , Dr. Dykes skipped over my questions and began rattling off statistics of still births for women pregnant at my age and that I would have to have an induction on my due date. (If she had checked my records she would have seen that my last pregnancy/ birth was textbook and she actually delivered my baby naturally with no issues just 2 years prior and one day after my due date.) I am not sure why she felt the need to try to scare me and jump to such conclusions when I never even asked for that information.
Patient | December 12, 2017

I have always and will continue to recommend this clinic to everyone that currently does not go here!!
Patient | December 12, 2017

This was my first time seeing a doctor (other appts have been with PAs) at the Women's clinic in Franklin. I was blown away by Dr. Dykes' knowledge and ability to put things into layman's terms. She was professional but friendly and it was one of the best doctor experiences I've ever had. My experience made me thankful I'd found that clinic! Everyone is always friendly and respectful.
Patient | December 7, 2017

Dr. Dykes spent time answering all of my questions, talking about options and giving me thorough information. She's pleasant and speaks in layman's terms and is very down to earth.
Patient | October 30, 2017

Dr. Dykes is simply the best. I have recommended her several times!
Patient | October 5, 2017

I will definitely recommend Dr. Dykes and her staff!!
Patient | August 28, 2017

Dr. Dykes acted rushed during every appointment & was incredibly rude each time.
Patient | July 3, 2017

Would like to have been listened to more often while sharing concerns and recent medical history involving serious sickness.
Patient | June 21, 2017

Great doctor! She delivered both of my children. I have gone to her for over 20 years, and would not want to see anyone else.
Patient | May 22, 2017

Dr. Dykes is a very knowledgeable physician; however her interactions with the patient and family came off as very rude!
Patient | May 20, 2017

She's an excellent OB, she just talks very fast. If she could slow down just a bit would be better.
Patient | April 28, 2017