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  • After many years of being caught up in a sometimes unproductive medical system trying to deal with chronic and life threatening health issues, I developed "White Coat Syndrome".   After working with some specialists who don't really engage in a two-way conversation with patients, I had low expectations.  That changed the minute Dr. Provider name locked. walked into the room and introduced himself. 

    He was professional, compassionate and an excellent communicator.  I never felt rushed and I felt like he understood where I was coming from.  He set clear expectations and communicated about every detail from the reason why he wanted to perform a procedure to what the results were, before I ever left the office.  After my colonoscopy, the nurse told me that he was waiting to speak with me in one of their exit rooms.  I was terrified, because in the past this had always meant there was bad news to deliver.  I then realized this was how they operate, they communicate every detail with the patient before they leave.  I've never had a physician do that before!

    Dr. Provider name locked. is the kind of doctor I would love to have for all of my care, and that is saying a lot coming from someone with too much experience with the medical system.  I was treated like a human being rather than a chart with a much too long list of issues.  I am grateful for his style of patient-care and for helping me when I was less than hopeful.  I would not hesitate to go back to him and refer other's to him, he is outstanding. 

    - Sheri E.
  • It was a painless experience, even the prep was efficient and not that bad. I have chronic pain in my back and I have to be very careful with medication. I had absolutely no problems with the medications he gave me and I woke up feeling fine. The first one I went to wanted to put me in the hospital. Dr. Provider name locked. did not even think it was necessary and the whole process was just seamless.
    - ELAINE and STEVE T.
  • The nurses, however, are another story.  They sit behind a locked door & woe betide you should complete your blood draw at 12:01, after the official start of their lunch.  You'll just have to wait until 1:00.  

    Need to reach the nurses by phone?  You must go through The Protocol: leave your name, number, Dr.'s name, what you want, then wait for their return call.  If you are not by a phone, waiting for their call, you're out of luck.   If you need a quick answer to a question, the receptionists, a scant three yards from the nurse's station, will not accommodate you. 

    This issue has gotten progressively worse over the last few years.
    - M A.
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