Ratings for Dr. Richard E. Hendrix
How is this man allowed to practice medicine? This man has a serious ego complex.It's good for a doctor to confident when they know what there talking about but this guy has no clue. He has no business treating patients. He routinely belittles the staff around him in order to try and make himself feel adequate. Fortunately all of the staff around him knows he's a fool. Find a new doctor QUICKLY !!
I am a new patient of Dr. Hendrix (about 6 months) and I have been very impressed. He is the best primary care doc I've ever had, and at age 65 I've had more than a few. Very friendly, great staff (not at all abusive as another rater said). Very intelligent and not at all arrogant. Strongly recommend.
This doctor is verbally abusive, and does not care to listen to even a word anyone else has to say. He also refuses to let you ask any questions. He refers you out to specialists that you don't need to see, I believe, because he has no idea what he is doing.
Dr Hendrix has one of the best bedside manners I have experianced in years. He is very thorough and knowledgable. I am most impressed with HIS need to make you better. I am 53 years old and have seen many Dr.'s in my life time, he is the best.
This doctor is arrogant and doesn't listen. He seems to have a definite problem with patients who are at or above his intellectual level and knowledgeable about medicine. I am very sensitive to dosing changes with my thyroid and rather than listening to me instead of looking at a lab report, he made me feel worse than I ever have. The only thing we really agreed on was that I should find another doctor which I was totally in agreement. His knowledge of the endocrine system is pathetic.
Dr. Richard E. Hendrix's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
- University Of Arizona College Of Medicine (Grad. 2001)
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Insurance accepted by this Doctor
- BCBS Massachusetts
- Coventry Health Care