This man laughed at me when I said I'd done research and ignored most of my symptoms, telling me I was just anemic and my knees and ankles hurt because I was too fat. I requested a T3 and T4 test, both requests were shot down. He told me to schedule an appointment to get bloodwork done, but I'm through with him. I'm not going back, ever.
First impression: What a strange man, is he really my doctor? Then I realized he is my doctor and he has NO CLUE how to treat me. It was a waste of a co-pay and he made me feel more anxious and worried about my symptoms than before the appointment. Here is some examples of his "bedside manner:" "Good thing you have insurance you are going to need it." "You will need more than a Johns Hopkins resident to figure this out." "This is way out of my knowledge" "This is a really interesting case, that is weird." Lets just say these comments did not make me feel comfortable with him being my PCP and I will be finding a new doctor in the Baltimore area. If you are able to, avoid this doctor and the clinic he works at as they have wasted my time with wrong referrals and scheduling mistakes.
This guy is a terrible doctor and a thief. DO NOT TRUST THIS DOCTOR....LOOK AT HIS RATINGS ON OTHER INTERNET SITES. I had the worst experience I have ever had at a doctor's office. In addition, he seems to lack the substantive knowledge to practice medicine.
He has too many patients and he's still accepting new ones? I am a relatively new patient and require a prescription once a month. In the 6 months since joining his practice, I was able to get my prescription refilled on time once. His staff does not call you back, or solve any problems that arise. The Doctor rarely responds to his staff meaning issues drag on for days. It once took 3 weeks, yes THREE WEEKS to get a prescription refilled!!! I called in a week before my prescription needed to be refilled and was told I would get a call back and I had to call back a few days later only to learn that the doctor needed to see me and that the staff member I had talked to didn't call me back. This is a poor place for health service and I beg you to not even CONSIDER this as a choice. It is not worth the aggrevation and frustration from the ignorant impolite staff, and an over-booked doctor with too many patients to care for.
His requirements were unreasonable. He required his name to be on our ins.card prior to appt., then had to verify our ins., but couldn't (BCBS computers down), even though his name was on our card! and required a deposit - which he would deposit, then refund once we were verified. Also, told us we had a $1900 deductible, which was wrong, and would charge us accordingly. We never saw the dr. - we changed doctors due to all of these difficulties -but the rig-a-marole took 3 months of time! Ridiculous!
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- UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS MEDICAL SCHOOL (Grad. 1983)
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A new 2-star rating has been posted. "This man laughed at me when I said I'd done research and ignored most of my symptoms, telling me I was just anemic and my knees and ankles hurt because I was to..."January 28, 2015
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