Ratings for Dr. Debra L. Glasser
I'm currently looking for another PCP to replace Glasser. She tries. Quality of care/service varies a lot with her. You pretty much have to be your own doctor with Glasser: Research in advanced what treatments might help, and then ask for specific things. Write your own chart notes and give them to her. Sometimes she's pleasant, sometimes nasty. There are a lot worse PCP's out there. DO NOT ask her for any palliative meds, no matter how much you may need them -- it makes her really mad (and I asked for very little during the time she was my PCP...she got pissed of the last of 3 prescriptions for benzodiazepenes over 2.5 years, during which time I had several severe revivals of PTSD although perhaps it was because I'd mentioned severe pain so she may have assumed I was angling for paid meds although I don't take that kind of drug). She's s bit woo-woo: She'll prescribe Bach flower remedies and be pissed if you don't want them or they don't work for you.
Dr. Debra L. Glasser's Credentials
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- UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS MEDICAL SCHOOL (Grad. 1980)
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