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  • F

    The sonos are not recorded on the dvd.  Many times he forgets to hit the record button.  When he does hit the record button one cannot even see anything on the sono especially with the dvd's they have.  I have only been able to see one sono with the dvd I provided.  The technology in the office is not up to date.  He did not perform the adequate tests.  I feel I went to him with adequate time for tests to be done and I continued to bleed for another week and finally I had the flush of blood and then passed a vaginal clot.

    - Andromeda M.
  • D

    Dr. Lively conducted the appropriate tests that my other doctor would not do.  He was very compassionate about the loss of my baby (I must have been two months pregnant when I lost).  The only thing my husband and I do not seem to like is his bedside manner.  He just gets to it.  He doesn't tell you what he is about to do or what he is doing.  He knows his job too well that I think he forgets to tell his patients what he is doing and why. 

    Also, one has to be paid in full by the 7 month of pregnancy.  My husband just got laid off and that is difficult.

    - Andromeda M.
  • A
    The office is very clean and comfortable; there are soft couches and chairs to sit on. The staff is friendly but professional. Dr Lively delivered my baby in 2004, and he made it a very stress-free experience. I would highly recommend him to anyone. He is a doctor, but he doesn't act all high and mighty, he lets you know he is a human also.
    - Niki H.
  • C
    My first appt, I left crying. I go into the doctor for an actual problem and the doctor looks at me and tells me all the worlds problems will go away if I were not over weight I know I am overweight but my question is what do they tell all the women who are not overweight. What causes all their medical problems. How come theirs are not caused from weight? I really expected a doctor who was going to take me seriously but she was derogatory and quite frankly rude
    - Natalie H.
  • A
    I absolutely love Dr. McQuillin! She is nice, friendly, truly cares about her patients, has an excellent bedside manner, and has always taken the time to discuss things, answer questions, etc. One time she even came back into the exam room after she had moved on to her next patient because I had a few more questions for her. I would absolutely recommend her to anyone who was looking for a good doctor.
    I have had a few issues with her nurse and office staff returning phone calls, calling with test results and referrals, etc. (the reason for the B in and quot;communicationand quot;) but Dr. McQuillin is wonderful. My only complaint is how long it can take to get in to see her or schedule procedures, but I guess being that busy is just a sign of a good doctor
    - Gina J.
  • B
    Was ok in treatment. I was angry because he did a c-section on me and I had a mole right where the incision was. Needless to say instead of avoiding the mole he sutured it into the incision which is now very painful. Not very happy with his bedside manor he happens to be very rude. Made me feel stupid although I am very intelligent. I hope he quits acting so uppity.
    - Rebecca M.
  • D
    Dr Acreman and her staff have to be the most incompetent
    medical office that I have ever had to deal with. I have made multiple inquiries about past and
    future medical tests, visited with at least 6 different Dr's and staff members
    over a 9 month period of time and cannot get anyone to return my call and help
    me with my situation. It's not a money
    issue because I have one of the greatest health coverage plans in existence. Be advised!

    - lloyd t.
  • D
    Dr Lively is an okay doctor but his wait times are terrible. Since he is an OB, you have to be prepared for long waits, 1 hour or more each time.
    My worst experience with him began with him recommending I have a series of hepatits vaccinations. He said it was a good idea to be protected and it wouldn't cost me any extra, that it would be included in my office visit co-pay. I agreed and received the first of three vaccines. A few weeks later I received a bill for the shot, about $200. I called the office and was told my insurance didn't pay anything and I had to pay the whole amount. I told the office manager what Dr Lively had said about the cost. She said he shouldn't have told me that because it wasn't true. I ended up paying part of the cost and cancelled the remaining vaccinations. I was very unhappy that a doctor would tell me something that either he didn't know anything about or that he knew wasn't true. Either way, I never went back and I do not recommend Dr Lively.
    - Dianne M.
  • F
    I called the doctor's office to make an appointment stating my cardiologist said I needed to be seen ASAP. My asap appointment was scheduled approximately 2 weeks later.
    Instead of discussing options I was told to be at the hospital at 6:00 am on Monday morning (giving me only 3 days to get arrangements done). There
    was no discussion. This doctor is blunt and has no patience for his patients.
    When I asked questions I was told this (the open heart bypass) was simply to buy me some time and he couldn't say it would work or not, but it was the only option he was offering me. I brought up stinting and asked if a minialmally invasive procedure could be done instead. (I was told he had done these in the past and was the only doctor in our area to have any experience in this procedure anymore) Dr Patel advised me had done the much less invasive surgery before but he didn't like how time consuming it was so he no longer offered them. Also he stated since he was the only doctor in our to offer this surgery he would simply tell me now NO he would not consider doing it. I was then told if I did not like his plan to find another doctor otherwise to show up at the hospital on Monday morning.
    Since I had a preference in the hospital I went to I asked about switching to the one I preferred for it's better safety rating. I was advised the hospital choice was for his convenience not mine, and that was how he worked. Things were done for his convenience. I insisted on more of an answer on that. I was told the hospital where I had the cardiac angiogram would have all my paperwork on hand. I pointed out he was currently looking at all my paperwork as it lay on his desk. It was in the folder I brought with me from the hospital and the cardiologist office. He laughed and said yes he was, but he preferred not to have to bother with a briefcase or bringing in all that paperwork.
    With that he handed me surgery orders & orders for pre-surgery labs and such, and I was then dismissed with a casual, "I will see you Monday. I look forward to your case it looks complicated.
    I took his advise and I found another doctor in Lubbock instead.
    - Hilda C.
  • A
    I am 63 and wanted my endocrine system checked for hormone levels. I was able to provide blood and urine samples in his lab at his clinic which proved very convenient. I wanted to add t3 and t4 to the normal tsh thyroid hormone check which he was willing to do. I am an avid researcher for my health issues and have seen other physicians who think they need Dr. and G.O.D to precede their name. Dr. Naidu has admirable qualities. He is interested about what I ask and respects what I have to say. I was pleased when he mentioned he would include a vitamin D test which is very important to hormone and energy health.
    - Marshall N.
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