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Qualifications and Experience
Dr DiPasquale has been a board certified OB/GYN since 2002. She completed her medical degree at Northwestern University and completed her OBGYN residency training at Cornell Medical Center in New York City. She has been in private practice and on staff at Northwestern Memorial Hospital since 2001 and also serves as a clinical instructor at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine. Dr DiPasquale has also completed an Faculty internship in Integrative Medicine. She is extremely interested in this approach to healthcare.
Verified Patient Reviews
Absolutely amazing. Explained everything in laymen's terms. Answered all of my questions and was so, so, so wonderful. The wait time was less than ideal, but if you plan head for it (like I did) then it's not too bad. Would also recommend pre-filling our your check-in paperwork through Zocdoc before hand. Definitely helped the first-time process!
Dr. Dispasquale is SO professional, personable and makes you feel extremely comfortable. I am really glad ZocDoc recommended her.
Professional, knowledgeable, thorough, and personable. Great care!
I LOVE Dr. DiPasquale! She is probably the best doctor I have ever met. I went in apprehensive with a stange situation and she helped me understand all that was happening. She listens and considers you as a whole individual in a concise, yet remarakably comprehensive way. I had been looking for a practitioner like her for years and am so thankful!!
She was amazing! I would recommend her to anyone!
I went in for a variety of concerns, and despite being a little bit late, I was taken in almost immediately. Dr. Dipasquale was very kind, thorough, and detailed. I would highly recommend her and I will definitely be a returning patient!
Dr DiPasquale is thorough, knowledgeable and is very easy to discuss health care matters with
Dr. DiPasquale was an amazing doctor, she told me things that my past doctor chose to not tell me. She very much impressed me, and I was very comfortable asking questions and talking with her, I'd highly recommend her. I did wait in the office for over 45 minutes before seeing her, definitely not her fault, but more of the entire facility; and I would still go back.
She is the best!
I had a very good experience with Dr. Dipasquale, and she did apologize for the very long wait. Her bedside manner is excellent and I did not feel rushed at all. I feel very comfortable talking with her and asking questions.
Highly recommned Dr. D. Very knowledgeable and was able to explain things very well. I needed to have an ultrasound done and they were able to get me in just a few minutes later, then Dr. D reviewed the results with me right after. I'm very glad I switched to her.
so kind and helpful very queer friendly
Dr. DiPasquale was friendly, professional, and took the time to get to know me and fully answer all of my questions.
Dr. Dipasquale is very knowledgeable, well informed and takes her time to explain in details what is asked and what is important to be shared with the patient. I highly recommend Dr. Dipasquale.
Dr Fariha was great. Very trauma informed, gentle and supportive in that manner. Wait time was long though, not only in the waiting area, but even in the treatment room. I was recommended to run other tests, I didnt have clear answers on time or fees, the wait time for that was even longer than expected. I recommend you know what your going for before you get an appointment, there will be many recommendations, so know what you want beforehand.
She is amazing!
Dr. Dipasquale was super nice and made sure i feel comfortable during the exam. She asked a lot of questions and explained matters very clearly. I definitely trust her and feel much reassured after the appointment.
She's absolutely wonderful!!
My first atp Dr. Dipasquale was cancelled because she was delivering a baby (completely understandable.) One thing I would strongly recommend to this facility is creating a quicker method to making patients aware before coming into the office, because it can be very inconveniencing. I booked my apt through Zocdoc and completed my paperwork online at home to avoid having to arrive extremely early to do so in the office. Once I arrived and checked in with the desk, one of the attendants (a black lady, glasses in her late 20's early 30's maybe) said she just shredded my paperwork because she thought I was the one who cancelled my apt, (I'm guessing someone with same first or last name but it would've been smart to confirm the birthday.) She laughed as if it was funny not remorseful to the fact that now I have to do all this paperwork again. I should've left than because it is a clear sign of disorganization when you cannot handle sensitive patient information. My apt was made for 11:15am and I didn't end up seeing Dr. Dipasquale until 12:34pm. Dr. Disasquale is very nice, gave good background information on the things I asked. I saw her for my Well Woman and she made the process quick and easy. The issue was when a few days later her nurse called and left a voicemail saying she had concern about one of my test. In my opinion that was a very poor way of leaving a voicemail to someone about sensitive information and can put a patient in a very panicked state. Once I returned her call she informed me that Dr. D FORGOT to take samples for a certain area of testing... So once again I had to go back to this office. She took the test that she forgot to take samples for and a month later I got a bill in the mail for it. So back to the office side of things I had to call between my insurance and the office to get this mistake cleared up. I truly hope this doesn't happen to anyone else in the future because womanly health is something to take very serious, and if you're seeking professional help to do so you need it done right on all ends.
She was very precise in the information but she had a warm personality where I didn't feel uncomfortable asking any questions I had.
She's very thorough in her history and was happy to answer any questions that I had.