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Family Doctor reviews in Castle Rock

  • A
    Boekes, Dr. Chad E
    He's a fantastic doctor who is willing to listen to your issues and questions, and does a great job communicating the situation and your treatment options. He's not always the most punctual (late afternoons are the worst), but it's because he's willing to spend time with his patients. He's well worth the wait though!
    - Russell S.
  • F
    Kasunic, Dr. Louis B.
    It was completely awful. He started out by making a dumb blonde joke and couldn't stop laughing, then he rushed me through and rushed me out. I shook his hand and said to have a good day and he simply scowled and rolled his eyes. As a young adult simply trying to get used to 'adulting' he made me feel like an imbecile and like I wasn't the least bit important or worth his time.
    - Kaitlyn S.
  • F
    Castle Rock Family Physicians
    There are a couple of things people should be aware of before going to this practice. The first is that they keep the exit door near the check-out desk locked from the outside, meaning you cannot leave unless the office staff behind the desk push a button unlocking the door. So they basically lock you in until you pay and reschedule. This is an obvious safety issue and I'm surprised their patients tolerate it. The second is that they are a Christian practice and apparently quite defensive about it. When I noticed the bible verse on the wall and another Christian wall hanging, I simply asked the check out staff if this was a faith based practice. I was told "I wouldn't say that, but the owner, Dr. Kasunic, is a very religious man." I said literally nothing else, did not indicate in any way I had a problem with this, I simply asked a question. Less than a week later, I received a letter from them stating "We understand you have a problem receiving medical care at a Christian facility" and stating they would no longer provide medical care for me. There are stories from other patients on review sites that have had similar experiences, with being denied care when they complained about anything or brought anything to the attention of the practice. I would not trust this practice with my own or my family's medical care.
    - Marianne R.
  • B
    Three Oaks Family Medicine
    They are closing their doors this month. I am almost due for my quarterly check up. I would use them again if they were open. The waiting room was excellent, it was always clean. I would tell people the doctors are good, but you need to monitor your prescription closely. They are not upto date with prescriptions being refilled.
    - Bill C.
  • C
    Ridgeline Family Medicine
    They are not good. Every time I called they cut me off. I fell and I hurt my arm and they asked me, Why didn't you go to urgent? And I'm going, "Well, because you are my doctor." The nurses are nice but I've had three doctors in the last year because they can't keep anybody there. They have a very beautiful office environment. The staff were very nice.
    - Kathie B.
  • B
    Kasunic, Dr. Louis B.
    He ordered MRI of spine that my last doctor would not do. Issues were found.He was quick to refer out to specialists on matters he does not treat.I thought that was good but got feeling that referrals were to and quot;friendsand quot;. All referrals to spine surgeons resulted in recommendation to have surgery and fuse spine. Not what I would agree to as I did not feel issue was that severe yet.He did make a change to one Rx's that made positive results. [lowered my blood pressure]He also suggested an OTC supplement that appeared to help with cholesterol but was difficult to quantify with numbers.Be prepared for appointment. Know what you want to ask to accomplish your appointment objective.When appointment time is up, he generally made me feel pressured to leave.So have your questions ready at the start of the appointment. You may need to keep him focused on your objective(s).Overall, nice guy; but no one looks out for number one better than yourself.
    - gary l.
  • B
    Lone Tree Family Practice
    I like the time they take with me.  They take time to ask a lot of questions as far as what the problem is or whatever, and they also have my history right there on the computer and not in a folder where doctors really don’t go through.  They have kind of a triage thing there too where I see a physician’s assistant and then if I need the doctor, they refer me to the doctor. They’re very good with referrals out of the office if I need to.  Sometimes I have had to go back, but that is kind of normal.  Their billing is good, of course, they do take Medicare so there are no problems.  They were listed on the website when I went to look to see Medicare providers. I’ve seen people when they take Medicare too and they’re working on a proactive program for keeping a patient’s health.  I did not get to participate in it but I know they are doing that to follow through to see if patients are getting exercise and checking out to see if they’re eating the right food and stuff like that.  So they’re working on proactive type of health care.
    - Ellen L.
  • A
    Lone Tree Family Practice
    They are always professional and curteous.  They seem genuinely concerned with our health and made a real effort to get to know us.  Wait times are very minimal.  Office hours are very good.  Follow-up communications vary from OK to great depending on the Dr./Nurse.  Michelle and Dr. Ceders are great.  No experience with Dr. Linares.
    - Glenn K.
  • A
    Ranch View Family Medicine
    They are very thorough and they see everyone in our family so they are really stuck up on family care.  Their office staff is very efficient with making appointments.  Usually, there is no long wait time.
    - Holly J.
  • A
    Campbell, Dr. John T.
    Excellent experience.  Dr. Campbell was very helpful.  He provided changes to my medications based on lab feedback and also provided a referral to a dermatologist to address a suspicious skin lesion.  He was very responsive to my medical needs and profile and also provided helpful nutrition information that is appropriate to my medical condition and age.
    - Mary G.
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