I went to a Dr in Elizabeth. The guy was nice enough, but I think maybe Middle eastern? He didn't fully understand English! I kid you not, he was asking why I got tested for toxoplasmosis as I was pregnant.... Eyebrow raised just at the question, but when I was explaining that I have three cats, and like my meat rare he asked me what rare meat was. I explained, spelt it for him, he says 'like the word for uncommon?'. I then had to explain that if I had already had it I was safe to change cat litter, and a bit safer to eat rare meat as he didn't even know that.
He didn't give me any info about my pregnancy. When I asked if it was safe for me to do exercise he told me to look it up on the Internet! I asked him what I do next (never having been pregnant I didn't know) and he gave me a number to call and said they would arrange my scan. Turns out he should have given me a referral, so I had to go back to another Dr to get that. I never went back to that practice.
Does it make me racist that I had a bad experience with someone who's first language isn't english? No of course not. He was nice enough, but he didn't have the basic communication skills or knowledge I'd expect from a Dr.