Ratings for Dr. Nancy M. Netter
I have been a patient of Dr. Nancy Netter for 15+ years. When she decided to go with MDVP it was to enable her to spend more quality time with her patients and not be forced into meeting patient quotas by the medical group she was associated with. She felt like she was not giving her patients the individual care and attention they deserved in the 15 minutes she was allotted and therefore, not being the doctor she had trained to be. My husband and I were both patients but, we decided that I would be the one to stay with her because of the additional expense involved. Absolutely one of if not the best decision we have made in out almost 50 years of marriage. We both were very healthy for our age but, I developed a health issue and I really don’t know what the outcome would have been if I had not stayed with Dr. Nancy Netter. I call her office with a problem and immediately get an appointment or she herself calls me back to discuss my issue beforehand. I can not give her enough stars for her worth nor that of her staff.
When Dr. Netter moved to a the new $1500. practice I stopped seeing her. When I got my files for a new insurance company I found many errors in both typing and tests. My files were never updated to reflect how medical issues were resolved. She never showed interest in results during follow-up appointments. She was always in a hurry showing very little concern for me as a patient. She wanted to rush on to the next person to get her qota in for the day.
I was referred to Dr. Netter after my other, wonderful, Dr. moved away. I was extremely happy with her until she joined this new group. As a relatively healthy individual, I cannot afford $1500.00 in addition to health insurance costs, especially when I make an average of 1 visit per year to a Dr. I'm so disappointed in her - I'm now searching for a new Dr.!
I started with Dr Netter after getting a total hysterectomy. I had a male doctor and he did not have a clue what I was going thur my hormones was out of wack. I went to her and she understood what I was going thur and she got me feeling back the way I needed to feel. I loved her and then I moved for 2 years and came back to find that she moved to some crazy practice where you have to paid 1500 a year for one visit. At the time I have no insurance or job. At lease I could go to her at the other practice and paid her alittle at a time. I am not looking for another doctor. I hate that she done this because I really liked her alot. Does anyone know of a really good women doctor that has not gone to this kind of health care?
Dr. Nancy M. Netter's Credentials
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- University Of South Carolina School Of Medicine (Grad. 1994)
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