Ratings for Dr. Scott Goodreau
I am a female 47 ysr old. Not on any meds except OTC for unexplained pain. Always have been healthy. Made a list of concerns prior to seeing this MD. Even though many items were objectively proven, this MD told me it was all in my head and tried to prescribe an anti deppresant for me. Did not listen to me at all. No exam given or questions asked by MD about anything written on my list. Waste of money and time. Ladies beware!!!
I will Never go to this Doctor again. He said he didn't have all day to listen to me. He would only deal with one issue and that was Heart burn. I couldn't get a word in. He was disinterested in what I wanted to say. He said other things I wouldn't want to repeat! Watch out women!
I went in to be seen for a large lump in my jawline. He checked my lymph nodes in my neck and throat and then asked me to feel them. I told him I was not there for my lymph nodes being swollen, rather for a lump in jawline that is mobile and size of a small grape! I had to ask him to feel it (he didn't do this without my asking!). He then said "oh, you'll be fine. I have one too!.. feel it! don't worry you don't have cancer. No need to do biopsy." I then had to ASK him to check my ears! he said they were fine but may have fluid behind right side so he prescribed Flonase. He barely allowed me speak! He just wouldn't stop talking about things I had no clue about and that had no reference to my issue! It felt to me like he was NOT there for MY interest, only his own. He wanted in and out asap. I was left with no answers, no tests, and barely felt the lump I came in for. I had many questions but he never even asked if I had any questions/concerns!I basically paid a copay to feel HIS lump!
Dr. Goodreau is a highly knowledgable physician, certainly one of the best I have ever gone to. I do not know what the other respondent experienced, but Dr. G has treated me with respect, professionalism, and accuracy. I have multiple disease processes and he is able to help me contend with all of them. I am even abandoning my plans on enrolling in traditional Medicare so that I might use a Medicare Advantage plan that his clinic accepts. I would recommend this physician to everyone.
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- University Of New Mexico School Of Medicine (Grad. 1989)
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