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By: Jenean W.
Taylor Mark MD & Assoc PA
This is my first review ever, however, I think it is important that I share my Dr. Mark Taylor office experience. The front office staff was not friendly at all, however, I still went through with the appointment. Dr. Taylor doesn’t spend that much time with you. After I told him my situation, instead giving solutions, he prescribed me medication right away. He never told me what the diagnosis. He requested that I come every two weeks at $75.00. I explained to the front office that before I schedule the next appointment I had to wait until my HSA replenish. I scheduled my next appointment and it lasted about 18 minutes. Dr. Taylor prescribed more medication and asked me to come back in a month. I made my appointment with the front desk as instructed. A few days later, I was notified by Certified Mail that he will no longer provide services for me. I was highly disappointed because I was finally getting my life in order now I have to find another doctor.
By: Sarah H.
Taylor Mark MD & Assoc PA
Just terrible....staff are always cranky. Waits of 30 + minutes even for the first patient after lunch.3 years seeing this guy and the front desk wanted to hassle me over a $35.00 cancelled appt. I asked to have Dr Taylor call me to discuss the matter. The office manager basically told me he would call if he agreed to wave the fee and then went on to tell me he wouldn't be calling b/c he never waves any fees no matter the circumstance. Only way to have a discussion is to pay the fee and see this guy in person. Forget it, tired of poor customer service.
By: Aaron D.
Taylor Mark MD & Assoc PA
One star is too much for this place. From the first time I called to schedule my very first appointment (my only appointment) I inquired about them filling out my FMLA paperwork, as requested by my work. Over the phone they told me that this would not be a problem but there would be a fee, so I scheduled the first available appointment which was 6 weeks out. When I saw them at my appointment and dropped off the paperwork they acted as if this would not be a problem. The day after my appointment they call me and tell me that the doctor will not be filling out my paperwork as I did not want to abide by his treatment plan and that I will not be having any more appointments with him again. None of this was ever told to me by the doctor, and his "treatment plan" consisted of me taking daily pills, which is the only thing I told him that did not want to do. Apparently, that was the only option he had but never explained this to me. Also, during the appointment he requested that I get blood work done and submit my cardiology records to him, which I said I would do. Not sure why he requested this to be done if the very next day they call me to say that wont be seeing me ever again. When I asked the lady in front office why he wont be seeing me anymore even though he requested the blood work and cardiology information, she replied, "he didn't say". Now I will most likely be getting fired from my job because my FMLA paperwork has to be turned in within 30 days, and no other doctors office has appointments for 3 months. I can honestly say that I have 100 times more stress and anxiety now than I did 2 days ago before I saw him. Just an absolutely awful place with absolutely awful, uncaring people running it. Amazing.
By: Jim D.
Taylor Mark MD & Assoc PA
This man is a QUACK! I would avoid him at all costs. First when you arrive, you check in with an old receptionist and she is not pleasant at all. She is very rude and condescending. Now on to Dr. Taylor. I was a patient of his and moved away. I came back to the area and tried to book an appointment with him. Upon calling in, I was told by his receptionist that he would not have me back as a patient. I was shocked. I always showed up for my appointments on time and always paid my co-pays. I was a great patient. I was not given a reason to why I was not allowed back just he did not want to see me. It was Dr,Taylor who prescribed me powerful meds and knows the consequences of just stopping cold turkey but he didn’t give a damn. It’s funny because Dr. Taylor plays himself off as a Christian but I doubt he is Christian at all. Any good Christian would want to help people, but not in his case. I’m sure there are plenty of other good doctors in the Brandon area but I would avoid Dr. Taylor and his associates if possible.
By: Maureen C.
Taylor Mark MD & Assoc PA
Terrible experience with this office. The office staff is cold, unfeeling and rude. The doctor is always very late and they really don't care to know anything about you except how they can add on ridiculous fees to your bill.
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By: Jamie K.
Taylor Mark MD & Assoc PA
This office is horrible. I have scheduled 2 appointments both times I showed up for my appointments to be told they cancelled it and I would have to wait at least a month. I just moved back here from being away for 6 years with my husband while he was in the Army. During that time I developed PTSD and other issues and now I have been unable to get care since May because of this office. I absolutely appalled!!!
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By: Megan W.
Taylor Mark MD & Assoc PA
One star is too many for this office. The staff is horrible and do not work with you at all and you get a $35 fee if you cancel an appointment even if the staff incorrectly scheduled you! The psychiatrist is very monotone and doesn't spend much time with you at all. DO NOT GO HERE!
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By: Linda D.
Taylor Mark MD & Assoc PA
Horrible experience. Dr was always late, preaching hiw I should go to church, laughed at my mental health symptoms. Secretary looks down on all patients and tries to collect no show and late fees for being 5 minutes late when dr is typically 45 minutes behind schedule. Do not go here.
By: Elizabeth M.
Taylor Mark MD & Assoc PA
I have been going to Dr. Taylor for over 3 years and yes sometime its busy and yes sometime people have attitudes but you must remember eveyone have bad days. I think he is a very caring and wonderful person. Also you must understand he also take care of people sicker then us.
By: Henry L.
Taylor Mark MD & Assoc PA
After 2 years of seeing Dr. Taylor, I quit. I got used to waiting anywhere from 30-60 minutes past my appointment time to see him. And that wouldn't have even been so bad if he ever acknowledged it or apologized that he was running late. But it finally hit the point where my last appointment I spent 90 minutes waiting, and no doctor. I'll be sending him a $35 missed appointment bill and finding a new doctor.
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A child psychiatrist is a medical doctor who specializes in issues that affect the mental and emotional health of children and teens. Child psychiatrists can provide treatment for children and teenagers who suffer from depression, autism, anxiety disorders, attention disorders, drug addictions, eating disorders, mood disorders, and a wide range of behavioral problems.
Psychiatrists typically ask questions that focus  on the issues that are having a negative effect on your life. In an initial visit with a psychiatrist, you may be asked about symptoms you've experienced, and ways in which you've tried to deal with them. You might be asked about current and past medical conditions, as well asa family health history.
A referral is an authorization from your doctor saying that a certain type of treatment is medically necessary, and it's usually required if you want your insurance company to cover the costs associated with a visit to a psychiatrist. If you don't have insurance, a referral is not required to schedule a psychiatrist visit.
Psychiatrists and psychologists sometimes collaborate, and this typically takes place when working with patients who have serious mental health problems. In cases like this, a psychologist will treat the patient from a behavioral perspective. A psychiatrist will complement this treatment with care that handles issues concerning biology, neurology, and the prescription of drugs.
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