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Prenatal Diagnosis and Treatment
On staff since September 2011
Dr. Jolley is a blessing to our family! She helped us through our pregnancy and gave us comfort and hope. She is so caring and very patient. I was referred her way due to a chest mass that was found in my son during our 17 week ultrasound. We would travel over to Seattle from Montana to do checkups with Dr. Jolley. When we were back in Montana she would call often to check on us and the pregnancy. Once we were able to receive housing in Seattle she did weekly visits with us to closely monitor our son. She would always spend time with us during our appointments. I never felt rushed or that she was in a hurry. She showed true concern for my unborn son and you could honestly tell that she was doing all she could to give him the best chance of survival possible. She also gave my daughter who is 7 years old so much attention that my daughter would love coming to the appointments with me. When delivery date arrived our son came to this world screaming his head off, showing off his lungs. Dr. Jolley made sure that while my son was being evaluated that they kept the doors open so that I could hear him crying that beautiful sound we had prayed for! Not only were we the happiest parents in the world but Dr. Jolley showed true relief and happiness as well. She even came to visit him at Children's after his surgery and she was able to move us around in her busy schedule to fit me in for our last appointment before we would return to Montana. She could not wait to hold our boy in her arms. She took a true interest in our case and I feel that we grew a bond that is unexplainable. She is a gift from God and I highly recommend her to anyone that is in need of high risk pregnancy care!!
She is very thorough. Extremely nice and takes here time with her patients. You can tell she really loves what she does.
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