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By: April M.
Centerville Clinics
Willnot submit medication refill when a week ahead of time go to office to pick up script and they say not there. Repeat again.then say we'll call you back wait all week no call.then say need apnt schedule you months away while waiting on script that expired.then they say dr needs to sign or its not in,wait repeat again. People are sick they shouldnt have to go through this its not my job to keep checking n tryn to get my medicine when its needed.and some are extremely rude like their being irritated.only a few good ones do their job up there.they dont submit it to the dr. If my dr.wasnt so good i wouldnt even bother with them n go elsewhere.its ridiculas patient's have to go through this all the time.
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By: Melissa H.
Centerville Clinics
Liked the place at first. Can't get anyone do their job. Takes almost a week before doctor will call in refill. asked to get my medicine changed and took a week for them to get back to me and said I needed to make an appointment and when you call the office ladies are extremely rude.I can go on why I would stay away from this place.changing to a different practice.
By: Nikki H.
Jamie Etzel MD
HORRIBLE ATTITUDE!! VERY RUDE!! HORRIBLE bedside manner! Unprofessional !! PLZ do your research BEFORE ever considering her as your doctor!!
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By: Thomas K.
Pathology Associates of Wa
Path Assoc. filed my claim late. I was NOT responsible. They billed me 3 times after I & the ins. comp. informed them. Be careful because they will cheat you!
By: Megan L.
Centerville Clinics
Extremely RUDE office women!!!!! Called 3 times to get a script rewrote and no one was submitting it. And I got an attitude about it?!? If I was in charge, all those ladies would be out of a job!!!!!!! Don't work there if it's such a hassle TO DO YOUR JOB!!!!!!!
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By: Darren S.
Michael J Scheel MD
Ive been to many so called 'Pain Management' doctors. Ive seen very few who are worth the education they say they earned. This one is certainly one to avoid! Please do yourself a favor and do not entertain the prospect. This man has terrible listening skills. His bedside manner is insulting. He has little to no compassion and times his appointments so as to get you in and out and his money paid. He will show you exactly how little he knows about pain medications and plays games with avoiding questions about his treatment plans.He uses a protractor to measure Im not sure what as this is really an ignorant display of his assesment skills. He will not give you time to speak about what you are experiencing and is seriously bothered by questions. He will quickly refer you out to P/T and suggest perhaps swimming and stretching. Pain medications are looked down upon and he will only prescribe small ineffective dosages-unwilling to hear of your continued pain and need for an increase in dose or a new approach with a new medication. Your thoughts are of little value to him. He, you see, is smater than you will ever be and his ego is so pronounced it makes you wonder how it is that a man like this can be a doctor at all. He needs social skills. It really is a horrible experience and a huge waste of money. But, find out for yourself if you must. The primary care doctors are all too quick to refer to these con artists and once you are there you begin to see how they play patients for fools. To the many who are sincere and needing help for chronic pain of any kind, the good doctors are very hard to find in the Washington and Pittsburgh area. I wish you good health and good luck in your search and I hope by typing this you can avoid one more terrible doctor.
By: Laureen B.
Ricci, Anthony N, MD
Absolutely the best! Very mindful of your issues and makes every effort to do everything possible to try and address your issues and if he cannot will refer you to someone who maybe could help! In my estimations he is 2nd to none! Bobbi in his office is tremendous! She is always so helpful! All around this place is the best!
By: tanya.brewerrhody
Centerville Clinics
Poor service at this McMedicine clinic is all you can expect every time. Here is my LATEST example. I called this morning to make an appointment for a urinary tract infection. They told me they could not fit me in and they would be closed tomorrow and the following day. I asked if they could call me in an antibiotic since they couldn't see me. They told me that is not their policy. I asked what I was supposed to do and was told to find somewhere else to go. I will, permanently.
By: soulshine315
M P Patel MD
The best in his field. Knew exactly what my issues were, did not try any new fangled drugs, kept me on what I knew worked. Will never see anyone else again!
By: oscarpsych
David T. Anthony MD
I was really nervous seeing a psychiatrist. Dr. Anthony made me feel comfortable and didn't judge me. He really helped me get through a tough time.
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