Ratings for Dr. David E. Mouch
I made my mother an appt to see Dr. mouch who she normally goes to. I had her blood pressure check everyday prior and she was consistently running high 160/90 range. When I brought this to him he said it was "white coat"- only high because she was nervous being in his office. When I asked the nurse what her blood pressure had been running the last few visits... It had been high for months. He said he was not ready to start her on anything for her blood pressure and said follow up in 3 weeks. When I asked when her cholesterol was last drawn he snapped "well when was her last Pap smear/mammogram?" He took my mothers blood pressure but would not say what it was so I had it checked at the fire department 210/98. When I took her to a new doctor with these numbers.... He wanted to admit her to the hospital calling it a hypertension urgency. Of course started her on medication right away. Dr. Mouch is dangerous and I urge others to consider a new physician. He is burnt out on caring for people
My mother was in the hospital for 10 days. She was dying. We knew it, the hospital staff knew it and told us she was not going to get better. When we approached Dr. Mouch about Hospice care he told me and my brothers that HE was not ready to go there yet and that HE was in charge -- not the hospital doctors. I don't think he had even looked in on her that day before talking to us. We did get her admitted to Hospice care that evening. After we spent the night in her room with her, Dr. Mouch looked in on her from the door the next morning (she was unresponsive at this point). He really did not have anything to say. She died that evening. I would never recommend this doctor to anyone. I know of many people that have left his practice and found another doctor, including my husband.
I have gone to Dr. Mouch for five years now, and while his bedside manner may be seen as unconventional, he has always taken my concerns seriously and advised me well. He's the only GP I've had that really takes his time and listens; he's referred me to specialists when necessary, and he's allayed my fears when I've unnecessarily freaked out. I'm sorry others had bad experiences, but Mouch's always been good to me, and I trust his medical opinion.
DR. was very rude & not helpful. Had bad infection & said nothing was wrong. Talked down to me, or tried to, let him have it right back.Next time,will suffer before I will see him. Feel sorry for his staff, having to work with that arrogant person.
Extremely rude,arrogant,condescending and uncompassionate. He told me to take Ibuprofen for degeneratve Disc Disease and strengthen my core. According to this megalomaniac Ibuprofen three times per day for life is an ok idea. All others say it causes colon problems as well as otheres. At same visit i asked him to address my shoulder impingment. He said you're getting older and there's gonna be some pain. I'll never go again. It was an hour and $35.00 WAISTED. He also asked me what i wanted him to do and asked if i was just there for drugs when i made absolutely NO mention of drugs less Ibuprofen. How does he still have any patients? maybe like myself we're all one time wonders with him. Stear clear.
My daughter had a very sore throat and a fever. We went to him only because our normal doctor was not available that day. Dr. Mouch said there was nothing wrong with her that tylenol wouldn't fix. My mother took my daughter to see him and she didnt think that was the right diagnosis and she called him out on it. He told my mother, "I think I've been a doctor long enough to know what I am talking about." I ended up having to take my daughter back 3 days later to a different doctor in the practice and pay another $20 co-pay and found out she did in fact have tonsillitis. I will NEVER go back to him again.
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- Medical College Of Ohio At Toledo (Grad. 1984)
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