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Ratings for Dr. James Merideth May

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Knowledge

I have been seeing Dr. May for more than 5 years and he has always been caring & extremely helpful. He is very knowledgeable. At first I didnt really care for the front desk person because she can be rude & I felt intimidated by her but having got used to her I am very comfortable with her now.

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flag | Submitted March 28, 2011

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Dr. May is a brilliant psychiatrist who is probably one of the best I've ever seen. Unfortunately, his practice is crippled by a rude, crude, and socially unacceptable office manager. The Doctor tolerates and condones her behavior by his own inaction and nonresponsiveness to the unacceptable nature of his office manager. There are numerous fees for various services that are above and beyond a typical psychiatrist. This is a mental health care practice. I expect courtesy and respect when on the telephone and in person. That's completely absent here. If you can put up with the woman at the front desk, you'll have a great experience. However, she will test your patience and make you feel subhuman. Her tone of voice, talking down to people, and her condescending attitude have no place in a facility dealing with people with mental health issues. Ultimately, I couldn't handle her attitude and went to another facility. I was never able to complain to the doctor.

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flag | Submitted January 3, 2011

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Dr James May Psychiatrist is not to be trusted. I am not distorting facts. No Doctor should run an office like this especially a psychiatrist. Booking or rescheduling an appointment is near impossible- no voicemail,no email, and no office hours on Friday. I have had to change a few appointments and it takes 5-10 calls to get through. It's either busy or a we are out of office message but NO place to leave a message. This is archaic. The only option is the Emergency on call Dr. Rescheduling an appt is not an emergency. This has caused me to miss appointments as well as anxiety. I explained why and the response was to force me to sign a paper saying I would be dismissed if it happened again. I begrudgingly signed. 6 months later (recently) I had to reschedule an appt. I called for two days. It was busy or I got the emergency line. I ended up leaving a message on the emergency line to avoid getting dropped 4 days in advance. I was dropped. I requested he call me. He never responded. ????

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flag | Submitted December 16, 2010

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