Ratings for Dr. Jeffrey L. Scott
Saw Dr. Scott in Bandon, so cannot speak to staff or facility in Bend. Saw him multiple times for ongoing, debilitating chronic fatigue, among other symptoms. He refused my requested specialty referral and missed my diagnosis. This is a congenital, progressive syndrome that is genetic and autosomal dominant, so my child has 50% chance of same diagnosis- with potential for life threatening complications. To his credit, he admitted not knowing. However, his explanation of a possible cause left me sad, frustrated and afraid. No, it wasn't depression, hormonal or general sleep deprivation. I have 10/12 of the hallmark signs- most are visible to the eye and are congenital.
I had my first appointment with Dr. Jeffery Scott, this Wednesday, and was beyond impressed with his professionalism and knowledge. I was a little nervous switching to a new Doctor, but he made the transition very comfortable for me. Highly recommend Dr. Scott. Sincerely, Catherine Ferrin
Overall, I found Dr. Scott to be a very cold and uncaring doctor with a staff that matches his demeanor. I didn't feel like he or his staff cared about me at all. My medical problem was not something that was too complicated for him to treat as a doctor, it was just something he did not want to take the time to deal with. He wanted to pawn me off on a specialist. I had tried to make an appointment with a specialist, but they couldn't get me in for a month unless Dr. Scott called them. I will never forget his nurse Shelley telling me "Well he's not going to call them". According to her, Dr. Scott did not care about me enough to make a simple phone call. My boyfriend's doctor had no problem seeing me and even started treating me for the condition Dr. Scott felt was too complicated.
Dr. Jeffrey L. Scott's Credentials
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- University Of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School (Grad. 2000)
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