Ratings for Dr. Michael R. Stever
He appears cold and uncaring. I agree with the other poster he sounds like a robot when he's giving you information about your health. Why doesn't he retire already! The staff ignores you when your standing at the window to tell them you arrived. They know you're there but just ignore you. Adding insult to injury--the have the window covered so they can't see you. They take forever to see you.
His nurse Donna Curry-Smith is sending homophobic messages via facebook. She called a g*y man a "f*g" and sent a very graphic message how he should die and his bf too. IS that the people they hire here???? Truly disgusting. I have proof of the message of the Dr would like to see it. I am also mailing it as well
Do you think a dog should be on the secretary's desk in a people doctor's office? I don't think so! I am so glad another ob/gyn is coming to Indiana! This doctor does not care about his patients, I am 49 yrs old and when I tried to get help for hot flashes and change of life changes and questions, he response was, you're just getting old and that's that! I've had problems with fibroids and he doesn't want to do anything about it. When I moved to Indiana this was the only dr accepting new patients
Wonderful Doctor! Always there for me when I needed him! I like how he's a coach in the delivery room and gets the job done! I had all my children within a few hours and they were between 8 1/2 to 9 pounds. I'm thankful for a doctor like him delivering my three daughters and soon to be fourth child! Couldn't imagine going to someone else!
I almost died because he put traction on my umbilical cord and told me to push my placenta out. It separated leaving fragments inside and I almost bleed to death. He was in such a hurry and he was very rude. Not to mention the nurse at Indiana Regional was rude as well. it was the worst experience and this guy has the bedside manner of a rock. I think he used to be a veterinarian...
I think he could work on his bed side manner a bit. It almost seems like he has too many patients and lacks caring. Dealing with such a personal specialty as bringing a new life into this world or dealing with the tragedy of losing a child, I feel he should have been more empathic. He is almost robotic in his comments and acts as if he is being bothered to some extent.
Dr. Michael R. Stever's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
- Philadelphia College Of Osteopathic Medicine (Grad. 1981)
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