I had a very bad experience with Dr. Grace Kim, DO, in Las Vegas. I needed written clearance for a psoriasis drug from an infectious disease doc due to TB exposure, despite a clear chest Xray. So I called 3 infectious disease practices. Two were not accepting new patients. Although the third one was accepting new patients, the earliest I could get an appointment was in several months. My attempts were fully explained to Dr. Kim. I also offered to get clearance from a reputable pulmonologist whom I saw several years ago and was seeing again this week. Dr. Kim refused. She did not even offer any guidance or assistance.
Just returned from the pulmonologist who offered to write a letter based on negative test results, an exam, and the fact that I didn't have any TB symptoms. He also contacted another dermatologist on my behalf, explaining the situation. This dermatologist understands the circumstance and agreed that I should be cleared based on the information presented. There was no reason to wait 3 months to see an infectious disease physician and have my painful psoriasis return. I am scheduling an appointment with her and leaving Dr. Kim.
If you want a compassionate and well-informed rheumatologist, stay far away from Dr. Grace Kim.
Review by TerrierLady1 month ago
Dr Ruth Kozlowski is sincere,diligent,kind,compassionate caring doctor, best doctor ever. She is very intelligent and follows through with all test results. I could not imagine a better health care professional. I am so grateful that Dr Ruth Kozlowski provides my excellent health care.
Review by Spshlk Jelovecki2 months ago
Awesome!This place has been excellent in their professionalism.Good information about health.Quick and easy.It is very informative and concise.Thank you!
Review by Darkstage Britten2 months ago
Dr Peter J Lambrou CEO and Dr of the Center of Aviation Medicine in PIT is without question 1 of the TOP 3 Aviation Doctors PERIOD!
As an active pilot, Dr Lambrou understands the complex issues pilots face with respect to all medical issues.
Dr Peter J Lambrou is the ONE should you demand the BEST!
Review by RaceStuff3 months ago
Not nearly as good as Mayo Clinic site.
Even with adblocker the webmd site looks a bit like yahoo news! The page keeps "refreshing" with new distractions. It can be difficult to track the actual content and read an article. Very unprofessional and doesn't inspire confidence in its credibility.
Review by Legaxy3 months ago
WebMD has in my experience with using them have always had a very narrow perspective of any alternative treatment for any sickness or bodily malfunction. I do not adhere to anything that WebMD recommends. I find them extremely suspect.
Review by Debdeb4 months ago
Florida orthopedic foot and ankle center is one of the best Dr visit i have ever had in 50 yrs.everyone from the minute i hobbled in to the minute i left very kind , informative, helpful and caring.best bed side manner from the Dr i have seen.. they listened and were concerned not like most that brush you off.. all staff was the same.waiting time once i got there was none which was great. treatment was awesome.. thank you to all that work there!! i would highly recommend them to everyone
Review by Bagby4 months ago
WebMD is a site that, in my opinion, provides a plethora of helpful information about health and wellness. However, the site is extremely slow to load compared to most modern websites. After waiting for the site to finish loading you're experience is further interrupted by intrusive popups asking you to sign up for their newsletter. Like I need more spam emails cluttering my inbox. When you are finally able to interact with the site and read the information you were originally seeking you will see that advertisements take up probably a third of the page and in order to read most articles you need to navigate through multiple pages. Say hello to the slow load times once again for every page you need to look at.
Overall, the site is loaded with useful information but the user experience is TERRIBLE and honestly inexcusable in the world of modern web design.
Review by Cantu4 months ago
I am a medical personal. When I needed any medical information about certain disease or medication I use this platform. It is very informative and concise. The information are reliable and authentic.
Review by Brgitta Chhiba4 months ago
I have heard that Bascom Palmer was the best place to go but it is the most and horrible place to go. They have no respect for the patient's time no sense Patient Experience and they think they are going to make you happy by having some moron pass out snacks. Well, Bascom PALMER instead of passing out snacks how about having a little more sensibility training and understanding that passing out snacks does nothing if you don't update a patient and feeding me will not keep me quiet. You have some moron in a clown suit who isn't even nice they are sarcastic and not people persons coming around because have been waiting long try to bribe you with snacks. How about attending me and not giving me snacks but do your job and get me through my appointment. Whoever had organized this idea that giving out snacks instead of doing your job and putting me through in a timely manner us what you should do you need to change jobs.
Most absolutely horrible service I have experienced. From the last time I came over to my appointment with Dr. Karp that I actually had a very nice young lady updating all the patients and constantly on top of everything you could tell that there was care there this time I was offered snacks like if we are dogs and leave us to our luck in the endless wait. I do know why Bascom Palmer is number one because you could have the best Doctors but if there us no good service it is absolutely the worse a place to go.
I waited over 4 hours and before it would be different because a nice young lady would come around all the time and continue updates and also if there would be any issues advise of them that would at least make the wait more bearable because you actually have the constant care of someone who truly cares this young lady Esther was amazing and when I came this last time and I asked for her they told me she was no longer there it is a shame because she was the true meaning of Patient Experience and how she cared and handled each and every situation and made the experience of everyone's situation. Seamless.
Review by Sharynxx5 months ago
I waited 90 minutes (50 minutes inside the exam room) and never saw him (as an aside, the doctor and/or his office cancelled my appt on very short notice (explanation was that he had a meeting)). He is likely an excellent surgeon and I had seen him twice over the years (positive/impressed w his knowledge, sincerity, and competence), and was ready to get this surgery scheduled and had referred others to him with good surgical results. Sitting inside the exam room at the 90-minute mark, I finally gave up and had to leave, missed 2 hours of work and never saw this physician. When I had to leave, I told his assistant that I was very upset and felt the reschedule and long wait were unprofessional. She said quite simply in front of many others, "I have nothing to say to you." I felt humiliated in front of all these ladies. The next day, I sent an email through the patient portal to ask Dr Hagood (not his staff) for a referral to an equally competent surgeon (do not ever want to see his staff again after that) -- his assistant called me within seconds (1-2 mins max) just to leave a voicemail to let me know that they wouldn't make a referral. There is no way enough time elapsed for the doctor to have been contacted about my email request for a referral, and I doubt he even knows. Definitely the worst treatment I have ever received at a doctor's office. Something isn't right overall with this practice.
Review by CatyH Tapastau5 months ago
Called WebMD to discuss my symptoms. The Dr., who was very kind and polite, recommended I see a Doctor. Who the heck am I talking with here, The Lone Ranger? Spent about $90.00 but for peace of mind I'm going to the Doctors office early tomorrow morning.
Review by Tuxedo5 months ago
One of the worse dr offices in Saratoga County! Extremly poor office mgmt! Lack of care to patients. Do not go here if you want quality medical services. I've been going here for almost a year and half and the staff turn over is crazy. Extremely rude and obnoxious staff. They are not about patients only money! So if you need refills you are up a creek. They are all about getting money and not helping patients at all! Please look elsewhere for good quality medical services. Dr. Office is run down, lack of clean air, exceptionally outdated and always smells. Everything is dirty in waiting rooms and rooms for patients.
Review by Annesty Belghali7 months ago
This site was never my go-to for medical advice, but it's become even more useless since selling out to advertisers. Literally more ads than content. Confusing to navigate, there's just way too much going on at once. Pages take forever to load - and when they finally do, it's just a cluttered mess of drug ads, (often poorly disguised as 'doctor discussion guides' - they all lead to the same place - pharmaceutical adverts of course) and random links. As if that's not bad enough, there's also the distraction of seizure inducing pop-up ads. It's truly an assault on the senses. The ads are all over the place too. They just throw it all at you in a frenzy and see what sticks. I endeavored to get through a single article, and was hit with just about everything...no I don't have ankylosing spondylitis...or saggy jowls...and I certainly don't have erectile curvature...no I'm not interested in 5G stocks (these are just a fraction of the ones I saw) either. There's no real way around it - ad blockers handicap the site completely.
Content feels like an afterthought - articles (squeezed into one or two small paragraphs per page, to make as much room as possible for the ads) are presented in a really cheesy slideshow format. The information given is often laughably basic and repetitious e.g. 'sleep and exercise more' if you want to conquer depression. Whoa, mind blowing. We've all heard these regurgitated factoids a million times - this sort of hackneyed advice is meaningless to the seriously depressed.
Between the bombardment of ads, lazily written articles, and poor web design, this site is absolute garbage.
Review by Karleigh7 months ago
WebMD can be a good site to quickly look up health information when you're unsure about something. I just wish they had less ads and I wish they would improve their symptom checker.
Review by Exvmm7 months ago
Terrible website! You cannot read the actual reviews from the patients regarding a particular doctor! What a waste of time!!
Review by Neeliej7 months ago
I receive numerous emails from WebMD. I sometimes like to watch their slide shows, but they usually freeze on my IPad. Also they keep refreshing the page which gives me a headache. Very poor web programming
Review by Crave Stavrand7 months ago
Excellent Dermatologist, extremely knowledgeable and takes time to really listen – staff also friendly and helpful!
Review by Gyubok Kusinová8 months ago
I find all things and information I searched for are mostly here in WebMD. Reliable! Especially when I am home alone with my sick kid and I cannot do anything but search on the Internet of what my baby is going through.
Review by CustomerAlbert8 months ago
I have been a patient of Dr James Mark Anderson of the Health Care Associates of Irving, Texas for good 30 years. Last few years they must have too many patients and not enough trained staff. Last year went in for yearly physical and I was not told that my EKG test was negative. I was told that it had been 6 years since my last stress test and that it is time to have another one. I decided not to have the test. If I had known that my EKG was negative, I would of had stress test. The only way I knew about the EKG results was several months later I just happened to look at my health care portal and saw the results. Just recent I had lumps in one of my breast so they sent me to have breast abreast ultra sound and the Dr. that did the ultra sound said I needed to follow up with a breast MRI. It took the Dr. office about 6 weeks to get correct form and insurance authorization form sent in so I could have my MRI. Well as of today they called me and said form was corrected and sent in but still waiting on insurance to send them authorization number. I went ahead and made appointment for two weeks out for MRI. Maybe they will have everything done by then. They don't seem to care about patient health. Hope I don't have breast cancer. because of the time I have had to wait on Dr. staff I sure the cancer would have advanced from the waiting time. Will send another review on results.
Review by Pyrob8 months ago
The site freezes too much and there are way too many ads. Ad blockers don't help and will conflict with the homepage making it almost impossible to navigate.
Review by Field Currall8 months ago
This place has been excellent in their professionalism. My wife and I have been coming
here for the past 16 years. We have been treated for a number of different things.
Wouldn't go anywhere else.
Review by Sliii8 months ago
Terrible. ZERO customer service, you can't even get through, there is no one to talk to.
Review by MissHolly8 months ago
I regret believing this site. The first time I reached this site is through Google. It looks reputable and I believe everything they write especially about Liver Cirrhosis. They claim that it's irreversible and suggest common treatment. But there is a cure. A proven cure that the disease can be cured and reversible. But again they belittle the cure in their article. Come on people. Don't trust WebMD. They are sponsored by big pharmacies, and certain doctors that will only treat you or make you sicker and make money. There's alternative to all your disease. Right diet and the use of herbs. Old generations can live up to 100 happily because of the righ lifestyle, diet and herbs. It's FREE.
Review by MHughes Derrow9 months ago
My review is on the office assistant for Dr. Price, Caroline. She is unhelpful, no follow-up on her part. My husband who has MS and requires medications for the rest of his life to be renewed annually in April. He sees Dr. Price at the very least every January/February for his annual visit. It takes a good month (30+ days) for a new prescription to be faxed to the Specially Pharmacist, then to be clarified, then other reasons it may not be accepted. Call Caroline, she promises to send a message to the Dr. Does not follow up with patient regarding any updates. Is unwilling to call the Pharmacist herself to see what they need.
We have been with the Hartford Neurology practice for 15 years and have dealt with different Dr. Assistants over the years but Caroline is the absolute most inexperienced thus far. I can't imagine if we needed anything more from Dr. Price's office other than an annual visit and a prescription refill.