Ratings for Dr. James A. Bobenhouse
If you want to be treated badly by the staff and ignored by your doctor this is the place for you!!! Called 3 times for test results only to get a letter about how they didn't respond. In the letter received a prescription for a medication that we discussed face to face on how I couldn't take due the side effect was kidney stones. I have had 3 in the past 22 years. The only person I could reach on the phone was billing.....go figure.
First off, Id like to say that the staff of this place is not with it at all. You would think with this office being the main neurology office in town, they would put their patients priorities first. Ive tried several times to contact the office to leave messages for the nurse, and I get no returned phone call. The staff is very rude, and the nurse staff think they are the doctors. The doctors are not in the office for weeks at a time. The nurses will then tell the patient they cannot reach the doctor, and leaves the patient in limbo on what to with seizures. Their main line they tell the patients is to go to the ER. Why go to the ER when there are Neurology offices that are there for a purpose? This doctor I feel is a doctor who just prescribes medications and send you on your way. Even telling them of medications you've tried before, they dont look at that information and prescribe the same medication that gave really bad results. I wouldnt recommend this office.
Very helpful, extremely punctual and does not order needless tests or medications. He kept me healthy and functioning after my stroke and was always willing to listen to me and seemed to care about my wellness. I could not recommend him more highly. I am the second member of my family to benefit from his excellent care.
Very Knowlegable/Also has a very good nurse. The physicians who cover when he's off are also very good. Doesn't talk down to patients. Listens. Doesn't rush you. Does a thorough exam. Will not order needless tests. Uses samples whenever he has them.
Dr. James A. Bobenhouse's Credentials
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- University Of Nebraska College Of Medicine (Grad. 1980)
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