Natalie C. Light, M.D. – Board Certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology
Dr. Natalie Light has been in practice since 2004 providing innovative quality care for women in the Margot Perot Center at Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Dr. Light is involved with Obstetrics and Gynecology. “I’m pretty down to earth, straight-forward and friendly” she says. “I like to have a variety of different age patients at different stages in their lives. One reason I love my specialty is that we usually get to know our patients well.” Dr. Light and her husband, Jeff, of fourteen years have one child. She enjoys spending time with her family cooking, reading, traveling and casual entertaining in her leisure time.
- Undergraduate: Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN; BA Economics; 1986
- Medical School: University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, TX; M.D.; 2000
- Internship/Residency: University of Texas Southwestern Medical School; Parkland
- Memorial Hospital, Dallas, TX 07/2000 – 06/2004
HOSPITAL STAFF MEMBERSHIPS:
- Board Eligible in Obstetrics and Gynecology; written taken June, 2004
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…if you need a good Doc to check you over, I recommend Dr. Light.
YELP 3/5/2009 | Brooke G Dallas, TX
Occasionally, ladies are in the market for a good OB/GYN. I’d been to a couple at Baylor and was just not at all impressed with their “bedside” manner. I felt like a number and a freakin’ practice doll for them. I even had one (female) OB/GYN, be very critical of a conversation I had with her regarding IUDs since I don’t have kiddos (yet).
So, I did some online research and found Dr. Natalie Light. From her description, I felt that she would be a good match for me in terms of personality and reason. Given that her practice is located at Presby, I had even more reason to want to give her a try since I’m a fan of the hospital in general.
The first consultation was pretty nifty. I got in quickly after I’d made an appointment with her and was in and out in about 45 minutes. Every appointment since then has run me well into the hour and a half to two hour margin. However, I feel she’s worth waiting for given that I had two really heinous experiences with other OB/GYNs. There are at least five or six doctors that are in the same office so the place is almost always full of women going in for check-ups.
Any time I’ve had a problem and needed to get in, they’ve always been able to squeeze me in relatively quickly so I have no cause for complaints…other than the extended wait some days.
All-in-all, if you need a good Doc to check you over, I recommend Dr. Light. Her bubbly personality alone, and genuine empathy have kept her in my favor for the last year.
AWESOME AND NON JUDGEMENTAL
VITALS Comments| Mar 21, 2010 | Reviewer: Chasity
I am a young mother of a daughter who is now 3 and I still wanted to get on here and rate her best of the best! She is awesome! I went in there thinking I would be frowned on being only 19, however she was caring nice answered all questions even when I compared her births to mine she answered them. I was afraid but by the time it came time to give birth, I was calm, and trusted her and she did a great job! Even on my checkups she was very professional and gentle. I recommend her all the way. The only thing was my wait time was a bit long; there were 4 dr’s in that office and they shared rooms.