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I have been to see Dr. Myerson 3 times, and I am afraid I do not agree with most people. Each visit has been 3 hours long, with a waiting time of approx. 2 and half hours. I feel this is unacceptable for any professional. It shows a lack of organization, consideration and respect. On my most recent visit, October 2013, I called ahead of time to enquire just how late Dr Myerson was running, because I have a young baby and need to organize care, I was told he was running on time but when I arrived I discovered this to be an untruth. Yet again, a 3 hours visit which put me in rush hour traffic heading out of Atlanta during the time of day I feel at my worst due to my illness. During my time with Dr. Myerson we were interrupted 3 times by his staff, not once did they acknowledge my existence or offer an apology. Dr. Myerson is extremely knowledgable but the stress, lack of empathy and consideration is just not worth it. My physical health has improved but it has been very minimal and slow.
Submitted Oct. 6, 2013 | flag
This physician apparently cares more about making $$$ than in taking proper care of his patients. Dr. Myerson & his staff are very interested in booking new clients; not so interested in seeing old patients in a timely fashion. Takes 2-4 months to get in to see him, even though you tell the staff that you are in chronic pain. Staff tries to convince you to agree to see a physician's assistant, since the doctor is so tremendously overbooked, but even that takes 1-2 months. Wait times once in the office range from 20 minutes on a good day to 2 and a half hours on a bad day. Not an acceptable way to run a doctor's practice at all!
Submitted Sept. 5, 2013 | flag
He is a super diagnostician. I have a very complex autoimmune condition. He brought me back more than once. Staff is very nice. The wait is well worth it, even for his ah hummm. ...humor! Bring a book or two!
Submitted Aug. 9, 2013 | flag
Best Doctor EVER...He really did save my life in more ways than one. He is very knowledgeable,compassionate and makes you feel like a human not just a number. You might have to wait a minute to see him, but it's worth it. He gives you his undivided attention and listens. None better.I have gone to him since 2005. His PA is also very knowledgeable and interacts with his experience and professionalism. Can't say enough good things about him and his medical staff.~T
Submitted May 15, 2013 | flag
Submitted April 25, 2012 | flag
Dr. Myerson is the most compentent and thorough physician I have encountered in my lifetime. He has diagnosed conditions that no other doctor has done (many of which are not in his area of expertise). I am so grateful that I found Dr. Myerson and his staff is fantastic as well.
Submitted Oct. 16, 2011 | flag
Echoing the others - he's the BEST! Yes, be prepared to wait, but he will also spend as much time as necessary with you when it's your turn. You won't feel rushed. He tells it like it is, talks to you not down to you and doesn't b.s. He and Dr. Watters (pulmonary) are two of a rare breed.
Submitted Aug. 24, 2011 | flag
Relief!!! Finally, after three years and five rhuematologists (and a trip to The Mayo Clinic), someone who knows about treating a patient with Lupus!!He is great...I drive 6 hours to see him and I would wait all day for my appointment if necessary. When you finally find someone who knows how to treat you and understands the disease you have...can you really put a wait time on it?!? I'm thankful to have found him!
Submitted March 22, 2011 | flag
I have been going to Dr. M for over 20 years.He basically treats the whole person. I would wait 8 hrs. if necessary to see him. Anna, his PA, is fantastic, too. I would trust him with anything he told me to do.I plan to wait when I go, but know that when I am in with him, he is concentrating only on me, so I can't complain.There are very few doctors around now that have the bedside manner, knowledge and personality that he possesses. I just hope he outlives me, because if something happens to him, I don't know what I would do. Sure, you wait when you go, but you can't put a time on his knowledge.
Submitted Jan. 24, 2011 | flag
Cheerful, caring and knowledgeable Dr, however, when I resumed visiting with him after about 2 years, due to him not being in my insurance, the office staff refused to give me an appointment because they claimed he was not seeing new patients. They said that since my records were no longer there I would begins as a new patient. I explained I hadn't been gone that long and their response was that "anyway he is no longer seeing medicare patients". In reality the bulk of a rheumatologist's patients are on medicare. Very disappointed with the office management, but must admit he is a great doctor, a keeper. Finally, yes prepare yourself for a long wait.
Submitted Oct. 22, 2010 | flag
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