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By: Terri L.
Ohio Gi & Liver Institute
My original GI doctor left his practice, so I had to change doctors.m The GI and Liver Institute was recommended to me. Took 2 months to get in to see a doctor, any doctor. And, after I seen the doctor I called the office because I wasn't feeling well and I did't get a return call for 5 days, an d it was just the assistant to tell me that the doctor was gone for the day and wouldn't be back until after the weekend. I ad been used to having a doctor through TriHealth that I could just message and he got back to me the same day. For anything urgent, he could get me in to see him within a day usually. If you want that kind of care, you won't get it at the Ohio GI & Liver Institute.
By: Tamara D.
Newton Bullard
This is the most unprofessional, rudest doctor I have ever seen. His nurses were also rude to me as well. I saw him for several months, and one night, I was bleeding pretty bad, it was late, and I was frighted, and I did an on-call. He finally called me back 45 minutes later and yelled at me, like I was a bother and said "Take a sitz bath!" then he hung up. I don't even know what a sitz bath is. Then, I went to his office and told him I was experiencing some anxiety at my new job, and all he said is "I have something that will calm you down, and it was Seroquel" which is an Atypical antipsychotic for people with bi-polar disorder and Schitzohrenia, which I did not have. I did not take his stupid script and immediately left disgusted. Then a few weeks later, I was concerned about a health problem, and called the nurses line to ask a question, and he left me a rude voice mail saying he did not have the staff to be answering questions. A few years later, I filed for disability, and my attorney showed me his comments and he accused me of "doctor shopping" when he was (unfortunately) the only Doctor I was seeing. This man is no Doctor in the true sense of the word. He has no compassion, very hostile, lies, extremely rude as well as his staff, I can't believe he is still in business. I should have written a complaint about him to the Medical Board. Save your money and go to a real Doctor instead of this jerk.
By: miltonn635
Reflection Medical Spa
I arrived early and took me in right away. They made my appointment very pleasant & they provided peaceful music & support while they were doing the procedure.
By: edgarr641
Reflection Medical Spa
I always enjoy my time with Mary. She is a great person to have on their staff. Always makes you feel comfortable.
By: M M.
Dr. G G Cleves, MD
Constant rudeness when FINALLY reaching the front office when calling!!! Also, if you need a refill on your medications, GOOD LUCK!! It was a constant battle getting refills; pharmacy sent requests, but they would say, they never got them. My family traveled over an our for many years only to be terminated as pt's because of their unprofessional, rude, uncaring, incompetent behavior when trying to get our prescriptions figured out. They couldn't understand why that would be a PROBLEM! REALLY??? We WON'T be back! On a positive note, Nurse Practitioner Vicki Fritz is awesome & needs to leave this horrible practice!!! I've never been treated so rudely by any doctor's office and they wonder why they continue to lose pt's. It's all about the pt numbers and not about the pt's health. VERY, VERY disappointed!!!!
By: James S.
Huschart Joseph A MD
Talked to me as if I were a child and acted like he was doing me a favor by seeing me. I have dealt with other Drs at this location and they have been great, but I will never see this guy again.
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By: Steve K.
Huschart Joseph A MD
I have been a patient for about 3 years and have always considered Dr Huschart to be very arrogant, but since I only see him a couple of times a year, I didn't want to go through the hassle of finding a new primary care provider. I saw him yesterday a it really struck me at how rude he really is and how I am spending hard earned money just for him to be rude to me.
By: Adrianne A.
Healthcare Clinic at Select Walgreens
Scheduled an appointment with the doctor at 2pm. Arrived 10 min prior to my appointment as required; I was told they see patients in 15 minute intervals. I waited 25minutes before the doctor even acknowledged me, only because i sought out management. The Pharmacist s just looked at me as if i were nuts and never attempted to assist me. I will say the manager was kind and did speak to his crew about being helpful. It was a waste of my time from work, nothing accomplished and still sick. I will make the drive and stick with Kroger's little clinic.
By: D B.
Medical Associates of Eastern Cincinnati
Arrogant and sarcastic. Will not carry out requests for testing from other specialist his patients are seeing. Is very dangerous to be his patient if you are suffering severe depression. He told my husband to go home and relax.
By: John H.
Sheth, Pranav B, MD
A great dermatologist. Conveniently located by Good Sam. Plenty of parking. Always on schedule. Knows what he's doing.
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