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Pulmonology reviews in Moody

  • A
    Walter Ross MD
    In this first visit, Dr. Ross drew me in with his welcoming manner, listened carefully to my lungs and to what I said, presented lucid analogies to help me better understand my condition, and prescribed a drug regimen which soon brought my asthma symptoms under control. He is proving to be a great listener who provides effective medical services. I'd recommend Dr. Ross to anyone seeking an experienced and caring pulmonologist.
    - William L.
  • B
    Walter Ross MD
    I've been seeing him for about two to two and a half years. It is because of the changes in the treatments that have been necessary over the last few years.
    - William L.
  • B
    Walter Ross MD
    Because I had hit a rough patch late last week, I needed this doctor's advice and an unexpected refill of a certain medication. And I really needed these things today. My pharmacist also had questions pertaining to my refill request. My pharmacist and I attempted to reach Dr. Ross throughout the day. Dr. Ross's two office staff persons were effective at running interference for the him--and uncooperative with the pharmacist and me. Having received no return call, despite their assurances, I phoned the doctor's answering service shortly after 6:00 PM. After some persistent pleading, I was rewarded with a call from Dr. Ross himself. Even though he was not the doctor on call, circumstances helped me persuade the answering service personnel to contact him. Dr. Ross came across during this conversation as impatient and irritated. It seemed he wished to scold me for not telling his staff I "just needed a refill." In reply, I explained that I had indeed given them this information. I further explained that my pharmacist and I had questions about the dosage, and that his staff expressed little interest in my situation. Later, my pharmacist told me that the doctor had given an "it's none of your business" response to her questions.In the end, I got what I needed. Yet my impression of the Dr. Ross and his staff has changed as a result of today's events.
    - William L.
  • F
    Chest Medicine of Cullman
    HORRIBLE. I only saw the doctor for 5 minutes. After that I saw the nurse practioner. My experience was embarrassing and caused me to have an anxiety attack. On top of that, they did not listen to my concerns regarding my breathing issues and even argued with me about my medical history. I told them my breathing was getting worse & the medicine was not working...they told me the medicine WAS working and we'll see you in 3 months...I was in ER two weeks gasping for air. I highly recommend you look else where.
    - merry h.
  • F
    Pulmonary Medicine Assoc
    The woman working in this office is COMPLETELY RUDE! I was scheduled an appointment for which I arrived on time. I work a night shift at a local hospital, I have small children, and a long commute so scheduling this appointment for myself was almost a miracle in the first place! I was asked if I had received an information packet for this visit and I was asked for my 40.00 dollar copay in advance. I proceeded to my purse when I noticed a sign on the wall stating that children would no longer be allowed in the exam room effective in January of this year. Well I began to panic. I have a two year old who was quietly sitting in her stroller falling asleep with her pacifier in her mouth. SO, I asked the receptionist if this applied to consultations as well, and she said "he doesn't like children at all in the exam room." Honestly, I was FLOORED! They called me yesterday to confirm the appointment in the first place, WHY was I not informed of this ridiculous policy? AT least I could have possibly found care for my baby. I can respect the man's policy without understanding it I suppose, but at least give me that chance! So, I asked her to please find out if he would still see me, and he refused, without apology or attempt to reschedule! They could have at least APOLOGIZED and waived my copay for a reschedule in the future! I was ANGRY, actually LIVID!! My time is JUST AS IMPORTANT as his but apparently he is arrogant enough to think otherwise. I will NEVER use this practice again. I was completely insulted, and I feel as though this practice is unprofessional and terribly inconsiderate. Sometimes I feel as though physician's tend to forget that they are being "hired" to provide a service to their patients. In this scenario I exercised my right as a consumer to go elsewhere and I traveled one flight down in this office building to my PCP and got a referral for another practice. As I said before I would completely respect the policy of "no children in the exam room" if I had just been informed prior to my visit that I literally had to MOVE MOUNTAINS for! My day was ruined, and I still am not any closer to having answers about my health.
    - holley c.
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