Ratings for Dr. Shawna L. Weisler
I really like Dr. Weisler. She gave me a lot of important information that my previous doc didn't. I don't appreciate the way I was treated by her staff though. They make no apologies for miscommunications or rudeness. Left me wondering if the doctor knows how they treat her patients.
Very unhappy with this doctor's office. Staff working there is the worst you can imagine. Stay away from Debbie. I was running low on my medication and asked for a refill. They could not refill my meds unless I made an appt and saw the Dr first. I asked for an appt and it was three months later. And they are not even trying to help you out. They do not care how you can survive without a medication, it's non of there business. They work really hard to make sure you have a miserable experience with their office. Stay away!
I've seen Dr. Weisler for a couple of years now. On a positive note, as a female to female, I appreciate the ease at which I can speak to her about my symptoms and she calls you with results. Just be warned, she seems to really go by blood work numbers alone and doesn't elaborate on informing/explaining to me about my disease or meds. The staff is the worst part and I believe the Dr. would be happier in a different environment. They are terrible, unhelpful and unhappy... like they could care less about working there. I have even seen the Dr. running around trying to retrieve paperwork that her staff lost or didn't care to get themselves. Once when I was running low on meds, the staff didn't want to refill my prescription until I came in for an appointment but she could only see me weeks later. I insisted and felt like I was troubling them to extend the script until my appointment, ugh!
The staff at this Dr's Office is terrible. They treat you like you are a complete idiot, or beneath them. Especially if you are newly diagnosed as a Diabetic Type 1. On one occassion, my pharmacy faxed paperwork to the office to have the prescription refilled, obviously it had the name of the pharmacy on it, someone from the office, Dr or staff, called the prescription into the wrong pharmacy. The patient hadn't been seen in the office for almost a year, and nobody called to see if this patient was dead or alive.
Dr. Shawna L. Weisler's Credentials
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- American Univ Of The Caribbean, Sch Of Med, Plymouth, Montserrat (Grad. 1996)
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