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By: a-nony-mous
Young, Robert P, MD
Dr. Young is fantastic. I have loved going to see him. this would have been one star if it wasn't for him. This review is coming from my visit today. I saw one of his physicians and she was totally rude and didn't even come close to answering my question. The computer system was so messed up that they had no idea what medicine I was on and still to this point couldn't figure it out. I was pointing out a lump that was hurting really bad and I said "ok this one is bad." Her reply? "It's not bad. It might hurt but its not bad." then she treated the bump extremely roughly. I brought up an injection that they had given me for my last bump and asked if it was to the point of needing that and she said. "If it was as bad as you say it was, then that wouldn't even be a question. You shouldn't even have to ask me that." Those were just a few of my highlights. the PAs definitely need to work on bedside manners
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