Ratings for Dr. Mark S. Redlin
Dr. Redlin was my doc for several years. He diagnosed me with depression and started on antidepressants. Kept upping the dose and I complained that I was not getting better and described my symptoms of shortness of breath, extreme fatigue, heart palpitations....and yes i was pretty depressed about all of that. Finally after a blood test he acknowledged that he had missed noticing some earlier test results showing I was very severely anemic. Once I got the anemia resolved so did my depression. I felt he had not done a very good job of listening to me however I believe he means well. He did apologize to me.
This guy was very late,rude,arrogant and in a hurry. He had absolutely no interest in actually helping.I told him my daughter was not feeling well and asked if he could look at her. He replied that his appointment with her was for something else and if she was sick, she needed to make another appointment! When I got upset with his response he stormed out. Wasted my time and money.If you value your health do not go here.One of the two worst doctors I have ever seen
Had fairly complicated situation where his conclusion was that if he couldn't see (visually) the problem, then there is no problem. He did refer me to specialists but had no interest in being the central point of my health care, synthesizing what the specialists reported. Basically, pretty lame service.
Dr. Mark S. Redlin's Credentials
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- University Of North Dakota School Of Medicine (Grad. 1982)
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