Ratings for Dr. Kevin T. Nash
I have nothing but good things to say about this practice except for the fact that I have called 3 or 4 times a day for the last 3 days no one has ansewerd the phone and I have not received a call back very frustrating when a pharmacy is call you 5-6 times a day trying to get you to get the pre authorization approved
The people are nice, Doctor seems to know what some things about skin, but I can not stand the wait for this place. Have you ever ran a business before? You don't make a customer wait for a hour to just see a doctor. This has happened 2 times now and it is really ridiculous. This place is just a bunch of time wasting. I would not recommend
DR NASH MISDIAGNOSED ME AND PRESCRIBED AN ANTIPSHYCHOTIC MEDICINE. HE AND HIS MALE ASSISTANT REFUSED TO LISTEN TO MY COMPLAINTS, TELLING ME THEY WERE NOT REAL BUT IMAGINED. DR NASH TOLD ME THAT IF I REFUSED TO TAKE THIS MED HE COULD NOT HELP ME AND HE HAD OTHER PATIENTS TO SEE. I ENDED UP SEEING ANOTHER DERMATOLOGIST IN OXFORD WHO DID LISTEN AND DID A SKIN SCRAPING TO CONFIRM THE DIAGNOSIS. SHE TREATED ME WITH A MASSIVE DOSE OF IVERMECTIN WHICH WORKED AND NOW I AM WELL WITH PERFECT SKIN AGAIN. NO I CAN NOT RECOMMEND THIS DOCTOR, ESPECIALLY IF YOU SEEM TO HAVE SOMETHING UNUSUAL.
I do not recommend this doctor if you are having surgical procedures to remove melanoma skin cancer. He removed two from me. I have nerve damage now in one of the areas that he removed the melanoma from. Seek a surgeon for and melanoma. Dr Nash informed us that he only does one or two a month AFTER he had done my surgery.
Dr. Kevin T. Nash's response
I am very sorry that you feel you have nerve damage from one of your surgeries. Abnormal sensations in the skin can occur commonly following a surgical excision and is often transient. I would be more than happy to evaluate you and have the opportunity to address your concerns. Fortunately, melanoma is uncommon and I identify 2-6 a month in general dermatology. Therefore, it is not uncommon for a general dermatologist to excise 2-6 a month. It is important to point out that melanoma excisions are now different than any other surgical excision benign or malignant with the exception of the depth of the excision and surgical margin. I perform 25-30 surgical excisions a week including on the head and neck for both benign and malignant tumors and have not had a report of nerve damage. I would be happy to have the opportunity to address your concern and properly assess your condition.
Submitted July 27, 2015
Dr. Nash is very friendly and outgoing. Nice to interact with, good about answering questions and taking the time for them. Staff is unfriendly, don't seem to know what they're doing, and rude to talk with. If it weren't for the staff, I'd highly recommend this office. Haven't decided if I'm going back yet or not.
Dr Nash was very friendly and outgoing and put me right at ease. I had to have a few warts and moles removed and he did it with ease. No pain at all. He went over everything with me, told me what he was going to do and taught me how to treat some of the pesky planters warts. I would highly recommend him. Just found my favorite Doctor.
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