Went to this office because of other positive reviews. I have chronic back injuries from overseas but came in for a followup after an ER visit from a dog bite. Dr. Adams was arrogant, condescending, impersonal and completely uninterested in checking the status of my wounds. Never even asked to see the wounds other than what was visible, he went as far as to say I had a substance abuse problem because I disagreed with the medication he wanted to prescribe me. I have never had such a negative experience while seeking medical care and was made to feel like a bad person. Also he kept my antibiotic bottle that I handed him when he asked what I was taking. I had to ask for it back at the front desk and of course it was an "accident". Completely bad experience and I left feeling less than human, anyone heard of the Hippocratic Oath? Anyway, steer clear of this man, he does not have your best interest in mind only his own!
Posted: 9/06/2011 • Link to this review
If you need a physician who is caring and wants to help you, Do Not go here. He is a pleasant man. Your visit as many other physicians will last 10 minutes. His PA is generally rude accompanied by inappropriate remarks about you condition's complains. I was surprise that his staff had incomplete charts, including allergies. He could have easily sent me back to the ER due to his and his staff competence or lack thereof. If you need blood work and have no health issues, this MD is fine. When you get sick, go somewhere else, beware that your charts will not be accurate.
Posted: 7/13/2008 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
This "doctor" is a moron. One of my complaints when I went to see him was that I was overly fatigued; he fired back, "Well, sometimes we're just tired." It turns out I had two blood diseases causing the fatigue that needed to be treated. Fortunately, I didn't take his flippant "diagnosis" as the final answer and went to see someone else in the practice group, who properly referred me for a CBC workup and I got to a hematologist. This guy is a jerk and a lousy excuse for a doctor.
Posted: 11/29/2007 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
Medical College Of Georgia School Of Medicine 1989