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By: Mercer S.
Dr. Abdelaziz Group
terrible. Front desk person was very rude. Never saw the dr because they had to reschedule my appointment and said would call back but then never did. I would then call and would be told the same thing again...followed by NO CALL BACK.
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By: kimberlypt99
Cordes Elizabeth
i've worked closely with her and my gp to manage my needs. she has always been kind and understanding. i've found her to be great at balancing meds with practical guidelines and problem solving to help.i recommend her.
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By: gr8tfl1
Cordes Elizabeth
I got mixed messages from this doc. She told me the standard stuff, you always hear, but then made me feel like I was bothering her while I was paying big $'s for her help. After only a few times she was really nasty, judgemental and extremely unprofessional. Needless to say, that was my last visit. I have seen quite a few psychiatrist, psychologist and counselors over the years for myself, my children and other family members. I have never been treated so rudely. I think she has major issues herself and should not be treating other people for their problems. I have heard of and I imagine her as, one of those people who became a psychiatrist to figure out her own demons. Do yourself a favor and go anywhere else but here!!!
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