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07/29/2016
By: Cole D.
Graybill Medical Group
Absolutely no help. This office does not care your situation... They could not help me even WITH insurance and had no referral to anyone else for help.
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04/19/2016
By: J L.
Watson, Thomas L, MD
Dr. Watson is an incompetent, unprofessional, neglectful doctor. He does not care about the well being of his patients. My father was extremely sick and needed him. His staff told us he was "too busy" and to "just take him to the hospital if it's life or death". Furthermore, his staff is unqualified and extremely rude. The wait time is ridiculous. They are constantly lying. The facility is filthy and looks like it's never been cleaned before. This clinic needs to be shut down. Find a different doctor as this one is by far the worst I've ever encountered.
03/22/2016
By: Michelle H.
Graybill Medical Group
Rip off. They totally are guilty of unethically high billing. My goodness, looking at what they bill the insurance companies for simple, unnecessary procedures, it's no wonder our health system is in the pits.
10/18/2015
By: Steve N.
Psychiatric Associates North County Medical Group Inc.
if you have to cancel your appointment due to emergency they still charge you. Then without even a call they send you to a collection agency. This getto collection doesnt even stop sending you statements even after you have paid in full. I cant speak for the doctors but I have NEVER had a doctor office send me to a collection agency. STAY AWAY FROM THIS OFFICE
07/22/2015
By: David S.
Graybill Medical Group
I have never reviewed a business on yelp but felt the need to inform others of the sub par service this medical group has provided.I have been with my girlfriend for every step of her procedures done here and I will shorten the length to make it readable.After she had a vein procedure that closed off a vein in her leg, they warned her of an increased risk of blood clotting. A few months after the procedure she had an mri because of terrible pain in her leg. The doctors found nothing. Recently she had a visit with Dr.Dao after a pink splotch formed and it became terribly painful to walk. I was first struck by the dismissive tone Dr.Dao had when my girlfriend described the symptoms, then became angry when Dr.Dao made up reasons for the red mark such as "well, its just because you were pushing so much on it"... we never mentioned any physical aggrivation to the area because there had been none. This is not the first instance of dismissive and annoyed tones received from doctors here, and it makes me question their level of care.If you truly value your well being, I would suggest going to a medical group that makes an effort to listen to you.
01/14/2015
By: Daniel R.
Graybill Medical Group
These folks are pathetic. Worst customer service imaginable. I strongly suggest trying to find another provider. I will never go back.
10/08/2013
By: jackbrahms.barth
Graybill Medical Group
Both the support staff and the clinical staff give indifferent service; eg they have accidentally shredded my old medical records, failed to give promised (and needed) callbacks on urgent medical questions, and rush through exams without inviting patients to elaborate on their concerns. The managers are often not in the clinic or "in a meeting".
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