I saw Dr. Gitt on at least 5 occasions. While I'm sure he is a competent doctor, I agree with Quentin that he is pompous and arrogant and has his own agenda. It's been a couple of years, but when he required an additional sleep study he insisted I go to HIS sleep lab. Insurance sent me to another and Dr. Gitt completely dismissed that sleep lab's methods and findings as worthless. I have had other sleep studies done over the years, and have always had the same diagnosis, yet Dr. Gitt would not even consider those.
Posted: 7/09/2009 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
I am Dr. Gitt. I object to the unfair description by "Quentin". If this person really ever did visit me as a patient, and indicated that he had not decided that I would be his doctor, I would not have offered a prescription to him. Secondly, if I was perceived as arrogant, or the like, it could be because I chose not to offer him something that was not in his best interest such as a renewal on a controlled substance. Patients who author this type of review have a hidden agenda, or, are mad that they did not get what they sought. I have been in practice for 21 years in Phoenix, and have an excellent reputation, and a large following of happy patients and referring doctors. Consequently, consider judging me based on your own experience, not that of someone with a hidden agenda.
Posted: 9/17/2008 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
Skip this guy and save yourself a copay. He comes across as pompous, arrogant, and condescending. I found his motives highly questionable. Despite the fact that I told him the purposes of my appointment was just for an introduction and I had not yet selected him to be my care provided, he pushed heavily for me to have my current specialty medication refilled with him as the prescriber. Although I did not fill his prescription, and informed his office that I had not selected him as my care provider, I received information from the drug company that he communicated to them that he had me on their medication. (Filling this medication requires coordination directly with the drug company.) Could he be more interested in drug company perks, and drug company paid speaking engagements, than in patient care? It was very odd indeed.
Posted: 6/05/2008 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
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