Ratings for Dr. Robert R. Zaid
So far, so good. I had been looking for a family doctor for a long time. I have been to him several times. Other doctors look at me as a knee, or a hip, etc., whereas he looked at me as the total person rather than a body part. Most of my issues may be connected, so it's helpful that he's trying to figure out the underlying problem which is causing all the other problems.
I first met Dr. Zaid in the urgent care after breaking out in a (reoccurring) rash that had been persisting for weeks. He immediately noticed an issue in my current regiment and solved my problem on the spot. He also recommended an Immunologist and got me into see him the next day. I now see Dr. Zaid at the Prime Care office and could not be happier with him as a provider. Both he and his staff are both genuinely and efficient in making sure they tend to my needs without keeping me waiting in the office for too long.
My whole family has seen Dr. Zaid. I am glad that he is conservative. His approach with me was thourough when i was having nausea. He was concerned about radiation and ordered tests in a stepwise fashion. I ended up having a benign adrenal tumor but was more than satisfied with his approach and follow through. He had his staff make appointments for my specialists and was able to assuade my concerns. We are very happy and would never dream of going anywhere else.
Have been to this facility 3 times. Waited about an hour (as a walk in) each time. Was not treated or diagnosed properly and had to endure being sick for over a month! When I came back in for a follow up after still being sick they wanted to charge me again after confirming that I was still sick with no answers. Dr. Zaid is very nice and caring although he did not help me at all and I feel as if I wasted a lot of time and money.
Got in same day for UTI while my own doctor was out of town and was very happy with fast diagnosis, treatment and explaining my condition in terms I could understand. Did not have to wait and was very pleased. I asked my MD what difference was with DO and MD and she said the DO's had more training.
Dr. Robert R. Zaid's Credentials
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- Michigan State University College Of Osteopathic Medicine (Grad. 2005)
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