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Michael Henry Hochman, MD

157792

Assistant Professor

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4.3 4.3 85 ratings

Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
General Gynecology
General Obstetrics
Gynecology
Obstetrics and Gynecology
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Board Certificates

Obstetrics and Gynecology - American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2015

Education

MD - University of Florida, 1998
Residency - Thomas Jefferson University Medical Center, 1992

Locations

Vanderbilt Center for Women's Health
Vanderbilt Center for Women's Health
719 Thompson Lane
Suite 27100
Nashville, TN 37204
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Patient Comments

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10. Not good.
Patient | October 23, 2018

We really like Dr. Hochman. This was our second child so we didn't need a lot of hand holding throughout the pregnancy. He is competent and efficient. He was even on call when I went into labor early and was there to deliver my son.
Patient | October 22, 2018

Dr. Hochman has a kind and gentle demeanor, overall. However, he did not ask me how I was feeling. When I took it upon myself to voice concerns, I was dismissed each time. I did not feel like he heard me at all.
Patient | April 16, 2018

I've only met with this provider once, but I felt comfortable.
Patient | March 13, 2018

He was covering from my regular provider and was very blunt and not very interested in learning about the whole stay.
Patient | February 27, 2018

I was alarmed that this provider began a manual pelvic examination without prior warning. He stated "I'm just doing a manual examination now" while his hand was already inserted. This was uncomfortable for me and makes me concerned for any women who may have a history of prior sexual assault, especially given that this is a male provider. I understand that this examination is routine for him, but this provider may need a reminder of the importance of respecting a woman during this vulnerable exam.
Patient | January 24, 2018