Ratings for Dr. Nancy M. Netter
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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