I had the same experience as others have: At my initial visit, she barely glanced at my (mature, acneic) skin. She did not inspect it closely. Within a few mins I was being bustled out the door with a prescription & recommendations for products to buy from them. When I later left a msg for her asst with a question about possible interactions with my current medications, Dr. Green got on the phone and was more RUDE, BRUSQUE, & DISMISSIVE than any doctor I've ever encountered. She refused to address my concerns & in fact only increased my worry. Apparently Dr. Green will not tolerate patient questions. It is DANGEROUS, I believe, to prescribe medications & then bully patients into holding their questions. PLEASE don't waste your time/money with this doctor.
Posted: 1/26/2010 • Link to this review
My experience with Dr Green-Kimbrough was very professional and informative. I was a bit apprehensive about having a procedure done, and the Doctor took the time to carefully answer all my questions and concerns. The staff was courteous and accommodating. And I am very happy with the results.
Posted: 1/26/2010 • Last edited: 1/19/2012 • Link to this review
I went in to visit Dr. Green for what appeared to be a swollen bug bite near my eye. She did a QUICK once over and immediately diagnosed me with SHINGLES of the face. It was very unusal as I had no pain but was covered on one side of my face with a blistery rash. She prescribed 3 different drugs that are commonly used for shingles and recommended an oral steroid. When I informed her that I was HIGHLY allergic to steroids, her bedside manner became very aggitated. The next morning as the rash spread and there still was no pain I decided to visit my internist who very clearly diagnosed my rash as nothing more than common poison ivy. On the way home from the internist I stopped by to have a recheck from Dr. Green before I stopped taking the prescriptions she prescribed. Upon meeting with her for a second time she was rude, demeaning and angry that I second guessed her diagnosis. She slammed the door, never rechecked me, and walked out. She returned shortly with a few samples for poison ivy and a bill. I didnt think I should have to pay for NOT BEING SERVICED, and furthur more for the most unprofessional conduct I have EVER witnessed from a doctor whom I desperatly turned to for help. I, being a school teacher, informed her that the best lessons my students learn is that it is OKAY to make mistakes. I was not at all upset with her misdiagnosis as I was with how she treated me and her dispictable attitude. Great credentials, HORRIBLE SERVICE! STAY AWAY from Dr.Green
Posted: 9/15/2009 • Last edited: 1/26/2010 • Link to this review
After reading the other negative review on Dr. Green, I had to write to reiterate an almost identical situation when I brought my daughter to her. Dr. Green spent maybe one minute with her, did not listen to my daughter's concerns, and then we were pushed out of the office - given some kind of prescription and sent to check-out. We didn't even feel like we had visited a doctor at all. If anyone has written a good review on this doctor, they must have been paid off. There are many good dermatologists around to have to give this one even the time of day.
Posted: 7/29/2008 • Last edited: 1/26/2010 • Link to this review
Dr. Green seems very nice and pleasant, the few minutes I actually saw her. I was ushered back to the exam room without any acknowledgement or eye contact form her nurse/assistant. Dr. Green spent a total of maybe a minute and 1/2 with me and I don't think she really listened to anything I said. She then left and her nurse (? I have no idea who this person was) brought me a prescription that was never discussed or mentioned by Dr. Green (I had to ask what it was for and what to do with it). The simple procedure I came in for in the first place apparently had to be done by someone who wasn't available, so I was told I needed to call back and make another appointment. No, thanks.
Posted: 2/05/2008 • Last edited: 1/26/2010 • Link to this review