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    Sage Neuroscience Center
    While the individual providers that I interacted with seemed very competent and caring, the reception and management are in serious need of improvement. Patients must be strong advocates for themselves and for their care if any treatment plan is to be carried out effectively. While I do believe in individual responsibility, some measure of support from the clinic would be extremely helpful. There is pervasive disorganization and lack of communication. If challenges like these intimidate you, I would recommend choosing a smaller practice or one that is more organized and patient centered. I believe Sage has the intent to be an excellent facility, it is simply not evolved enough or organized enough to deliver an excellent patient experience at this time.
    - Anna N.
  • F
    Sage Neuroscience Center
    Not well. At first everything seemed great, but the psychologist William Hunt, that I was seeing really let me down. After several visits, I was concerned with his lack of knowledge and his constant need to refer to other physicians in his office. At first, it seemed like due diligence, but I soon realized that he didn't know what he was doing. He prescribed me the wrong dosage. There were numerous instances of Hunt never returning calls, or even his assistant wouldn't call back. His assistant would always say that Hunt was busy and had a hard time calling any of his patients back. The final straw was when I left from an appointment and he was supposed to send over my prescription to my pharmacy. He sent the wrong prescription and dose once again! My pharmacy called and he never called them back. I called for 10 days! No return call from anyone! I fell very ill during that time, and was unable to get out of bed. My daughter who is my POA had to go down to his office and requested to take prescription by hand to fill for me. She waited 2 1/2 hours. Thankfully, she got 1 of the 2 prescriptions for me and after a few days I felt well enough to. However, William Hunt dropped me as a patient without notice, without cause, and without a doctor to follow up with. Very unprofessional, and careless. His lack of knowledge is reckless, and he should not be practicing medicine. I also requested to speak with Dr. Sutter, the founder and medical director, as I was originally referred to him. I was told that he is out on sabbatical and wouldn't be back. I found this funny since Hunt said he spoke with him during my appointment, just 10 days earlier.
    - Kelly S.
  • B
    University of New Mexico Hospital
    It was a busy Saturday night in the UNMH Emergency Room and it did take about one hour to be seen.  The adult waiting room can be a zoo with little old ladies seated next to drunk and vomiting street people but once inside, the environment is very caring and professional from the nurses to the providers.
    - Anne G.
  • F
    N. Mex. Neurosurgical Associates Pa
    We sought a second opinion at Loyola university medical center where my husband was diagnosed with inoperable bcc of the facial nerve. 7 months of chemo and radiation have produced a remission. Dr Bergman does not listen to his patients and dismisses their concerns... And he "doesn't do bumps."
    - Katherine Y.
  • F
    Ewing, Dr. David N
    The new patient paperwork listed his hourly rate as $250 per hour.  He charged me $300 for an hour. Dr. Ewing was 20 minutes late and did not apologize for wasting my time.  He spent 50 of those 60 minutes talking about himself, his personal life and how fat I am. He told me to stay away from buffets.  At the end of the hour he wrote me a script.  When I presented the script to the pharmacist, I found out that my insurance required a prior authorization, and so Dr. Ewing demanded even more money to do that work, and admonished me for not taking care of this administrative duty while I was with him during the first hour.  He is arrogant and completely disrespectful, offering unwanted weight loss advice, which is outside of the scope of his license and none of his business.  Dr. Ewing must weigh more than 200 pounds himself.  Avoid people like him.
    - Cyndi Y.
  • A
    Elaine Edmonds MD
    They're really knowledgeable, specializes in MS, she's really knowledgable in MS, real caring attitude, very honest and realistic. Appraisal of what a medication would do and will not do. So, with years we've gone to her. She's teaching the residence and the interns. It was kind of fun to have them. I would use her practice again in the future.
    - Joseph L.
  • A
    University of New Mexico Hospital
    My friend had unfortunately lapsed into a diabetic coma and was rushed to the hospital. We had great hopes in the beginning as the dedicated staff at UNMH assessed her. They understood the gravity of her condition and told us the possibilities of my friend's recovery. When little was known the staff provided us with cautious hope that she could be better again, however when it became evident that she was no longer really with us, the doctors and staff were very supportive in making sure that everyone knew what was going on and assisting the family in the arduous process ahead. The nurses were true professionals who cared and always had kind words. The facilities were top notch and clean. My friend went too early, but it was obvious to me that the people at UNMH went to great lengths to try to save her.
    I personally am a part of another hospital network, however, if this experience is true for all other parts of UNMH I may consider going there for care.
    - Munaf A.
  • A
    Levick, Dr. Mitchell A.
    Dr. Levick is a great listener and helps to facilitate working out problems or issues. He is personable and can be quite funny when he realizes that he may be talking too much or may need to wrap up his point. If there is silence or a beat in a session, he will bring you back and ask you how you are feeling at that exact moment which pushes you to really identify your feelings.
    I really knew a lot of the issues I had with a certain person in my life, but he helped me see that it was a pattern in how I interacted with others in my life too. He is great at allowing you to talk then helping you see connections to the root of the problem which may be something you would have never realized on your own.
    In short, he has been just the right therapist I needed. I have seen several therapists at different times in my life. I have truly met some that are crazier than I have ever been, even at my lowest times. I expressed my concern for finding a therapist to work with me and discussed my goals for my therapy with Dr. Levick during my first session. He was up front and honest with me and answered all the questions I had which made me feel relaxed.
    Finding a good therapist you can connect with and trust is of the utmost importance for therapy to really work. They are there for you as you are paying for it. Ask lots of questions and make sure the person you see has experience in dealing with your particular issues.
    I also have seen the psychiatrist in their office for medication needs. I would not recommend seeing him. He is a bit of an odd duck and never really made me feel relaxed. I actually felt worse about things both times I left his office. Since I was paying out of pocket (he does not accept my insurance), it was like I was paying him to make me feel the worst I could possibly feel just so I could get my prescriptions written. I have a great personal physician who will write my scripts, so I won't be going back to him.
    They are going through a transition in their office/billing staff. My billing was messed up once, but it was resolved quickly
    - Krista F.
  • F
    Harris, Sally MD
    I had been taking Triptan to stop the migraines. Her advise was to stop taking the medicine because it could cause a heart attack. I stopped taking it within 2 days of seeing her. I had the migraine and it lasted 34 hours(over a weekend). I called her office on Monday morning to ask what I should do. I didn't hear from them for 4 hours. I called them again because it was so bad. She never called back. When she told me to stop taking the medicine, she should have told me what to do. I do not recommend anyone with migraines to go to her.
    - Jill S.
  • A
    Daniel Kerlinsky MD

    I have been very pleased with the help Dr. Kerlinsky has given me and I wouldn't go to anyone else. A previous review said he was a little and quot;quirkyand quot;, and that is true, but he is probably the most intelligent person I've ever met. He is up

    to date with all the current meds and treatments. He is also very knowledgeable on alternative medicine.



    - Ruth C.
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  • Jan Stone

    3900 Juan Tabo NE
    Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Judy Talley

    1001 Gold Ave SW
    Albuquerque, New Mexico