Ratings for Dr. Suzanne Billings
Seems very unhelpful regarding mental health issues for Queens students. Prescribing 'exercise' for debilitating depression over the course of 3 appointments displays ignorance of the impacts of depression. Ignoring details of extensive family history also shocking. Perhaps she is more empathetic with young women than guys? She does have some good reviews here.
I have been an ER nurse for 7 years and I do not use the health care system lightly. Dr. Billings is condescending, and her bedside manner is atrocious. When she entered the room, she did not ask me questions or hear my story (maybe she went off the nurse’s assessment?). She disregarded my symptoms, and told me there was nothing she could do for me and that I should return to the ER “If I am that unwell.”
Absolutely terrible bedside manner. She was incredibly judgemental regarding birth control. Though she is obviously well experienced, she lacked compassion and made me feel terrible regarding the reason I was seeing her. As a physician, she should be aware of topics she must be sensitive toward and if she is unable to do so, she should not be working at a student clinic.
While Dr. Billings seems like a competent, knowledgable, physician, her utter lack of compassion during more than 1 appointment is very unnerving. When consulting about birth control methods, she seemed very judgy. Considering she works at a student clinic, she might want to ease up on that...
Amazing doctor. Very practical, kind, caring & compassionate. Doesn't push medication & is very knowledgeable and exercises great professional care. I too am shocked by the horrible ratings here as she has provided me with care that helped me recover from a serious mental trauma & multiple health challenges.
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