Rate Dr. James J. Woods

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Dr. James J. Woods's Ratings

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I've gone to Dr. Woods for many years. Being able to get blood work within the same building is very convenient. However, over the years I think the staff that greets you is very detached and shut the door on you as soon as you've checked in. They also are not very helpful in getting timely approvals to pharmacies. The "email" system is horrible, and if you don't remember your login or password then you have to start over. How often do people email their doctors?? In prior years the voicemail system was laughable. But it seems there have been some improvements there.

Submitted Feb. 3, 2011 | flag

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this doctor has horrible bedside manner. He entered a bunch of data on his laptop computer including that I had a personality disorder, he is the one who has a personality disorder, he is very mean and unfriendly. He wouldn't even fill out my insurance form. he is rude and told me that I shouldn't be on disablity. I was in a car accident and have rheumatoid arthritis. He asked what was wrong, I said I was in pain, he said "is that all?". He has no compassion. My horrible allergist Nathan Schultz recommended him. He is way too old to be practicing medicine. His hands shake. Dr. Schultz is way too old to be practicing medicine. Some doctors should just retire. They obviously are too tired to see patients. Why do they still do it? They must have enough money by now.

Submitted July 1, 2010 | flag



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