Ratings for Dr. Thomas F. Saylor
He is very attentive with me, answers any and all of my questions. Explains things in a way that I will understand them and he is very caring. He has a special gift in hand surgery, he saved my arm when I almost lost it in an ATV accident 3 months ago and I will forever be thankful to him.
Competent and qualified. However, he appears to have allowed office protocol to trump the primary purpose of physicians and surgeons: to relieve pain and suffering. I had the audacity to ask for 2 Tylenols for a bad headache. He reacted as though I had asked to borrow his car. He said, "This is a doctor's office. We don't do that."
This guy is a monster .has no compassion for people. He is really arrogant .Will not take responsibilities when he has made a mistake ,will blame patient after they follow his instructions untop of everything my opinion I believe he's a racist prick ..I would give him no stars if I could.
ISNT THERE WHEN THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO BE THERE. LEAVE EARLY! As far as the doctor, he was as helpful as the orthopedic doctor that sent me to the hand doctor because he didn't know?!? Now this doctor wants me to get an MRI on my hand and gives me a paper prescription and a number to a radiologist that wont even let you make an apt unless the Dr. faxes one in? Whats the point of the paper prescription? And I cant get a hold of the office to have the paper faxed over because the staff is leaving for lunch earlier than they say they are supposed to on their Voicemail and closing before 5 o'clock. You work 9 to 5 Mon to Thu with a 2 hour lunch is it really neccessary to not be in the office when your voicemail says you are supposed to be there when you have the best hours imaginable. UNPROFESSIONAL
Dr. Thomas F. Saylor's Credentials
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- University Of Nevada School Of Medicine (Grad. 1996)
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