Ratings for Dr. Shannon Scholl
Dr Scholl treated me for HepC and through the Lords help using her, I am free of the disease after 1 1/2 coming off treatment. Dr Scholl is the best in every way. She met with my wife and and to discuss options for over an hour before we decided to go for the year long interferon and rebiviron plan. So for a 5 star rating I give her a minimum of 10 stars. She even gave us her cell home number to contact her anytime during the year of treatment. She is a wonderful person and amazing doctor. All the best to you who read this in need of medical assistance. Pray and believe.
I'm sorry the only other review here starts with a complaint about her timeliness of service. It's very possible it was my fault. I had an incident while in her office where I coughed up blood. A lot of it. By the time I was 'repaired' it was about one body full. It was horrible and not pretty at all and I'll leave it at that. This definitely cut into her time with other patients since she was operating on me 15 minutes later. It was my own fault after a lifetime of abusing my own body, and left on my own, I would be dead now. Statement, not opinion. She makes me angry with her conservative health opinions, but I am an old curmudgeon(at only 54). And she's always right, which is a bit upsetting. In spite of this, I respect her more than any doctor I've had in my life. She has shown me a level of combined knowledge and caring beyond anything I could expect, even from myself. Unreservedly recommended. Thanks so much, Dr. Scholl! Thanks from my family as well.
The staff at Cary Gastro were courteous, kind, and efficient. Upon the doctor's request I had to reschedule my appointment within an hour of their phone call. Despite my compliance I was still kept waiting 45 minutes to be seen. My immediate symptoms included extreme nausea, fatigue, chest pressure, and feeling faint. These symptoms were not addressed. In fact when I talked about another physician's hypothesis that my vagus nerve was being over stimulated Dr. Scholl's response was, "Whatever." No alternative explanation was given. In addition I was told that I appeared "overly sedated" and that maybe I should cut back on my Multiple Sclerosis meds. MS can cause a slowing down of movement and slurred speech. Had she asked me instead of assuming the cause to be meds, I could have told her this. No treatment was suggested for my immediate symptoms. I left the building unsteady and very ill. At least two strangers asked if they could help. Why did this doctor not help me?
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- University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill School Of Medicine (Grad. 2006)
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