Soghra Homafar, MD
- Female Sexual Disorders
- Vulvo Vaginal Disease
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.6 out of 5
Patient Comments (10)
Reviewed On 3/19/2020
Reviewed On 3/18/2020
Reviewed On 2/23/2020
Dr. Homafar is the best OBGYN in Northeast Ohio in my opinion. She deeply cares for her patients and their health options. She is an excellent doctor with a lot of knowledge on the subjects we spoke about. [...] in scheduling was also fantastic.
Reviewed On 2/1/2020
Love Dr. Homofar! Very personable and does her job well.
Reviewed On 1/26/2020
Dr Homafar is the best.
Reviewed On 10/25/2019
I love Dr Homafar she is kind and gentle and the best obgyn available
Reviewed On 9/13/2019
My experience was one of the best I have ever had with a doctor or their office. All my questions were answered by either the doctor or by a nurse or someone else in the office and if they had to ask the doctor about anything, they got back to me the same day. This was an amazing response that I'm not used to getting. Thank you to Dr Homofar and everyone else in her office.
Reviewed On 9/6/2019
I had no issues with the Dr. This is my husbands and I's first child and it is an exciting time for us. [...]
Reviewed On 8/11/2019
excellent experience. I wish she could be my primary Heath provider She actually converses with me.
Reviewed On 8/7/2019
What a great office and Dr. Homafar is very caring. I feel comfortable there.
- Obstetrics and Gynecology - American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Residency | Obstetrics and Gynecology
Obstetrics and Gynecology - Aultman Hospital (1994 - 1998)
Internship | Family Medicine
Family Medicine - Aultman Hospital (1993 - 1994)
Wright State University Boonshoft School Of Medicine (1993)
Ohio Dominican University (1988)
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As of December 31, 2016, Soghra Homafar did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.