Ratings for Dr. Sam S. Miller
The staff was great but the doctor was very odd. He lacks social skills and gets off on thinking he is gods gift to research. I would question his ethics and principles for pursing research. By looking at the comments I was not wrong in walking out on this worthless excuse of a doctor.
I used to work for this doctoe and I can tell you that all the comments that have been left are true. He is only in it for the money and does not care about his patients. He treats his staff like crap. Promises to pay them a certain amount or that they will get a raise then does not come thru on it. He has a huge turnover rate cause nobody likes working there. Even his patients know how bad he is. He also never shuts his office door when seeing patients. So you can hear all your personal business thry out the office. He also yells at his staff in front of patients as well as calls his patients idiots and other names. I would stay as far away as possible from this horrible place.
Dr. Miller was only interested in placing me in a study. He did not discuss test results after running so many blood test that Medicare would not pay and told me that I should not pay. All the time I spent with him was discussing his studies. He was very condicending and uninterested in my treatment.
I used to see Dr. Miller, but was disheartned by the wait time. Sometimes waited for over an hour. Seems like drug reps were always in office and took priority. Staff was friendly, but was always running labs/bloodwork. Didn't feel like Dr. was sincere and when I had a bad side-effect to a medication, I remember telling him about it but he wanted me to stick with it. Made me question his relationship with the pharmaceutical company. Frustrated with overall. Found another doctor.
Sadly I am writting in as I would hate for anyone to go to see this dr. All I can say is just don't waste your time. He is odd at best. Why the doors are not closed at his office is beyond me. I had to endure listening to other patients issues for over an hour and a half all while the door was open. I could hear everything discussed - not professional. Did not seem to care one way or another on my personal treatment. Stay away. Far away. You will be much better off randomly selecting any other doctor from the phonebook.
Dr. Sam S. Miller's Credentials
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- Cornell University Medical College (Grad. 1971)
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