Ratings for Dr. Kimberly M. Johnson
Love Dr Johnson. I had 3 c sections with her. Any issues or concerns I had she was always able to help. I had issues with my insurance and the girls at the front desk helped with that. She is right there across the hospital if something was to happen. Only negative is the receptionist has days where sometimes she is nice and other times she is snobby. But as far as Dr Johnson herself she's great
if you will noticed most women who give her a good review do so because they are pregnant or have had babies. She is horrible. For anything else, absolutely horrible. I called her with an issue and after being on hold for 30 minutes just to make an appointment, I was then told that dr. johnson would refer straight to the Breast Center. After making the appointment and feeling a little worrisome about it, they called me and told me they needed a referral from Dr johnson but she wouldn't release it. I called back and was placed on hold 5 times without allowing me to speak. Once I finally got to talk to somebody again I was told that dr. johnson would no longer see me. Therefore she would not give me the referral. Why would she not see me? Im assuminh because the last time I went I was in tears due to hormonal issues. She told me that I need to see a different doctor because she just delivers babies. (???!!!) So you're a gynecologist and don't deal with anything other than delivering babies? I guess the fact that I really need a mammogram means nothing to her. Would never recommend her to anyone unless of course she wants to catch your baby.
The worst Dr that I have ever had. No bedside manners didn't answer questions at all only with oh your pregnant. The staff were awful most of them acted like they were better than everyone. The ultrasound tech done nothing but brag about how many she had gotten right and explained nothing like in my previous pregnancy at a different doctor. She may be good for some but I switched back to the doctor I had in my previous pregnancy and will never NEVER go back to her again
First off I just moved to Crossville, TN for the 1ST time. Obviously NEW and looking to find a permanent health care provider. The STAFF - not the worst and definitely not the best. Not much to say, am I going be a regular patient? That is a "No". PUNCTUALITY - NO,was informed to come in 30min before my appointment time to fill in paper works. Sat in the waiting room 1hr 40min after my appointment time(not counting the 30min early for paper works:"new patient"). What kind of appointment? Surgery, which was explained to me by my last doctor(amazing and over 40yrs of practice to the top rated hospitals in the US, he believes in constant retesting and re-certify to every medical stand point) to be simple, quick, recovering process, and prescription etc. All under my insurance copay was estimated under $64(in-network). HELPFULNESS&KNOWLEDGE - Absolute "NO", already informed, need I say more. FYI, in the end insurance $$$$$$, myself $$$$$. TRICARE has removed CMC form their list. TGImM
I have had three children and am currently on number four. She has been my doctor for all of these and i couldn't be happier with her. there is always a calming atmosphere in her office and she adresses any concerns you may have no matter how insignificant. i would highly reccomend her to any one who is expecting. i have always felt i was in capable hands when i was under her care over the course of the last ten years.
Dr. Johnson is an absolutely wonderful doctor. I had fraternal twins, and I felt like Dr. Johnson took exceptional care of me, and she was also able to give me advice since she herself had triplets. I felt like I'd never had a more helpful doctor. She checked in on me herself over the course of my 5 day stay in the hospital due to the emergency c-section to deliver my twins. I will not use another OB/GYN as long as Dr. Johnson is practicing in Crossville.
Dr. Kimberly M. Johnson's Credentials
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- University Of Tennessee College Of Medicine (Grad. 1991)
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