Ratings for Dr. Judy A. Dudum
TERRIBLE DOCTOR. SHE SMILED WHILE TELLING ME i HAD AN AGGRESSIVE RARE FORM OF CERVICAL CANCER THAT WOULD REQUIRE A HYSTERECTOMY WHEN I WAS 24. I WENT AND GOT A 2ND OPINION AND NEVER HAD CANCER!! SHE NEEDS TO BE BOUNCED OUT OF THE MEDICAL PROFESSION ASAP! SHE ALSO DID MY SISTER'S C-SECTION AND DIDN'T STITCH HER UP PROPERLY CAUSING HER INCISION TO BUST OPEN 2 DAYS LATER.
I feel his doctor should not be allowed to "practice." She not only forgets what procedures she preforms but she also tries to cover it up. Her ability to accurately access basic conditions is nil. Her lack of concern and bedside manner is atrocious. After what I have gone through I could not recommend her to anyone
I lost ALL confidence in this doctor. There was a disturbing discrepancy in current test finding vs. two years of her physical exams, conversation and her medical notes. My concern was that she never questioned the finding/discrepancy of my condition/records she just informed me the test results were "not abnormal". If I did not question her I would have continued to have annual screenings of tissue which no longer exists. I can no longer feel confident that my health issues will be accurately addressed. I do feel that she was more interested with covering her own back than being truly concerned with my current medical condition. I felt as if I was a bother.
I feel neutral about this doctor. I'm a new patient, and I only saw her twice. She comes across as being very rushed. You have to stop her before she leaves to get answers to more questions that you may have, that she didn't answer. She is friendly, and seems to want to help, but it all seems to be rushed. I wished that she would spend more time addressing the patients concerns. I will continue to see this dr., I think maybe if a repoire is build, than maybe she would be a bit less rushed, and willing to address all of your concerns. I can see that happening, I will give her the chance to do that.
She is discriminatory to young unmarried couples baring children on medicaid. She is a cold person. She does not answer questions about your heath concerns. She does not take the time to know her patients on a personal level. She discharged us with a hemoglobin level of 9, and preclampsia, with no exam.
Dr. Judy A. Dudum's Credentials
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- Medical College Of Wisconsin (Grad. 1987)
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