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Dr. Harold R. Harmon's Ratings

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Very unprofessional and frequently gave me misdiagnoses due to his uneducated guesses and pompousness. He was very old school with little new education on envirnomental illness. Stubborn and unwilling to listen. Laughed at my opinions from physicians that were far more educated than him. Office is old and frumpy and looks like its from the sixties just like his education.

Submitted Aug. 21, 2014 | flag

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Dr Harmon is an excellent doctor and I am very thankful that he accepted me as a patient. He is a partner in your health care, he suggest healthy ways to take care of yourself and there is NO-EGO involved. I have great respect for him as a person and also as a doctor.

Submitted Nov. 14, 2011 | flag

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This dr. has very little concerns for the patient. Has mis-diagnosed on two occassions.No concern for how the patient would like to be treated. By his own admission my way or the highway.

Submitted May 14, 2010 | flag

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The evidence indicates this doctor's practice "misplaced" an important fecal occult blood test for almost 17 months. That "misplacement" put the patient in potentially serious "harm's way"and also had adverse significant economic consequences.The patient, when finally apprised of the test's result by a different specialist, then sent a letter in January 2009 to the internist, apprising him of the myriad problems created by the "misplacement" of the test's results.Next, in March 2009 the patient sent the internist a certified mailing, restricted delivery, which contained a updated cover letter and several relevant supporting documents. In short order the certified mailing came back as "refused." It would seem that the repeated failure by the physician to respond to wholly legitimate patient concerns speaks volumes?

Submitted March 20, 2009 | flag



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