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Internal Medicine reviews in Dayton

  • C
    Tanushree Yadwadkar
    I work for a local company that genetic testing that allows patients to better identify which antidepressants work best for the body.  I got the test for free as an employee and was thrilled to see why I was always experiencing so many side effects and lack of therapeutic response from my medications.  It was because >75% of them do not get broken down well by my liver.  Anyway, I brought my test results to Dr. Yadwakar and she wouldn't even look at them.  I told her I wanted to change to Pristiq (one that is genetically effective for me) and she kept trying to push Effexor on me.  I told her to please look at my test results and that it was in my "not effective, high side effects" category.  Again, she wouldn't look at it.  She eventually gave me the medication I asked for but told me that I shouldn't have high hopes for medications as most depressed people "are always sad regardless of medication". She had terrible bedside manner and would not listen to her educated, knowledgeable patient.  I will not be returning.
    - Elizabeth H.
  • A
    Fairfield Road Physicians
    We go to Dr. Tracie Bolden for primary care. She's part of Fairfield Road Physicians. I've been with that practice for maybe 25 years. She took over for my physician, Dr. Park who took another position up the hospital. I knew her beforehand. I would use them again.
    - SONDA P.
  • A
    Kirkland Family Practice
    She performed or prescribed all the test necessary on an annual physical.  She is very caring and compassionate.  I am
    really impressed with her office staff, too. Sometimes Dr. Jeanne is the one to call you with results, not her staff. 
    - Joyce R.
  • A
    Fairfield Road Physicians
    Most impressed with their punctuality, something not often experienced at a doctor's office.  Also, the office has called & given her test results (normal) within days of the outside testing,
    - Cherrie T.
  • A
    Sycamore Primary Care Group
    I have only been to this place once, but my first impression is a very positive one.  The staff was very helpful in making sure I had filled out the paperwork correctly and letting me know everything that needed to be done prior to the appointment.   The nurse (Toni) was one of the most friendly people I have ever met, and that helped greatly to calm my nerves.  Dr. Faber is by far the best General Medicine/Internal Medicine doctor I have been to in my entire life.  He knew just about everything about my thyroid condition and wanted to get an immediate idea of how it was affecting my body.  I had lab work done right after the appointment, and the lab tech was very friendly and seemed to know what she was doing (I have had a few bad experiences with drawing blood).  Overall, I had a great experience and am actually looking forward to going back in a couple weeks.
    - Justin G.
  • F
    Schear, Dr. Martin J
    The staff are horrible, they don't answer phone and when they do they just pick it up and slam it back down. You spend hours waiting in too small waiting room, the rooms are small, not clean, not up too date. Dr Schear is on computer entire time or telephone, MA is constantly coming and going. When prescribing meds, if they are wrong, the pharmacy can't even reach anyone in the office to get it fixed.
    - Deborah V.
  • A
    South Dayton Internal Medicine
    Dr. Adib is very thorough and was again. Both my spouse and I have been her patients for over 10 years. She reviews everything. Our current medical situation and ongoing health issues we have developed as we have aged. I have recommended her to others and continue to do so.
    - Deb D.
  • D
    Dayton Gastroenterology Inc
    Finally, after my relative did manage to get her appt. moved up one day (she was reduced to tears at that point), she seemed to have been fitted into the doctor's lunch hour. The doctor scarcely looked up from her monitor, asked an insufficient number of questions to obtain the history (leaving out some essential points that I was trying to get across on behalf of my relative), and was insistent on scheduling a colonoscopy even though we timidly suggested it might be done AFTER stool lab results were in. When the patient could no longer suppress the urge to have an explosive loose stool, I had a heck of a time getting a and quot;hatand quot; to catch it. They wanted her to go home, collect the stools, then bring them in, not sensitive to the distance and inconvenience this would cause. After I collected the stool, the lab tech. said she was not allowed to divide it up into the 4 little specimen bottles the doctor finally ordered. So I got a pair of gloves, a plastic spoon, and did the work for her.
    As predicted, c Diff was discovered, so the nurse called and cancelled the patient's colonoscopy. Unfortunately she had already begun the first part of the prep, the laxatives, which added a great deal of misery to her already weakened system. WHY DIDN'T THE GASTROENTEROLOGIST FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE ANYONE WOULD RECOGNIZE AS LOGICAL, and wait for test results first? And she gave absolutely no follow up instructions as to what to do at the end of the 14 day's worth of Flagyl that she ordered over the phone.
    It is common knowledge that colonoscopies are rarely indicated in that patient age group, and then only when advanced cancer or a blockage is suspected. I hope my relative does not go back to this doctor, and I will certainly never recommend her to anyone else.
    A nurse, named Peggy Sue, saw our confusion, frustration, and distress, and then tried to be helpful. However, more than a week later, when my relative tried to call to get further advice and to see if a f/u appointment was needed, no one would return her calls.
    - Sondra B.
  • A
    Primed Physicians
    I have used them for a lot of times now for my heart surgery. I went and see two doctors. The last time I went in and see this doctor and he listened to my heart and he does all heart related stuffs. If he hear something he doesn't like he will then do an EKG and then also compares it to your last EKG and see if there's anything different and if there's anything different that's when he'll say that we got to go and take a look around and if he takes a look around and finds something that's when he'll do something. He does inform your everything that he do and he just touch right away and do what he do. He's very knowledgeable and I won't go to anybody else. He's very busy but very professional. PriMed got my heart lock, stock in barrel and there is nobody else I would trust. One time I did have to wait two and half hour and he was in the hospital doing his rounds at 6 in the morning and somebody at the hospital was suppose to call the office and cancel his appointments and never did. So, I had his first in office appointment that they apply and he didn't get out of the hospital until almost 11 because he had to do heart surgery on somebody. You do what you got to do and he told somebody at the hospital that you got to call my office and cancel my appointment and they never did. The office is calling the hospital and trying to find out where he is and they can't find him because he's in the operating room and I just dealt with it. If he found something wrong with me in the hospital I would want him to take care of me. He's always been available for me but the hardest thing to do is get somebody on the phone line at his office because they often just make an appointment and trying to schedule people in. But if you've got a heart issue they would tell you to go to the hospital and if you have one of their doctors they will meet you there and they have their own hospital list that is there also 24 hours a day. He's very direct on things and if you don't come up with a question he's on to the next patient and the next thing you know is you'll be seeing PriMed's accompanist. They would keep extracting you if something goes wrong. They call the doctor even if it's late at night. They've been very good to me.
    - Karen K.
  • A
    Ryan, Dr. Jon P.
    So far, I'd say my Mom and I are satisfied with Dr. Ryan's course of treatment for my Mom to this point. He referred her to physical therapy (@ age 85!) and she's been making steady progress in terms of pain management, flexibility of knees/legs and movement/walking.

    - Todd & Lora S.
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