I've been seeing Dr. Haley for over three years. I dread going to his office merely because his staff is so unwelcoming, rude and cold. The customer service is among the worst. The office is very inviting but absent of any life. I enjoy my sessions with Dr. Haley as his office reminds me of a living room and he has his dog resting in the corner. He seriously cares about my situation and always makes great recommendations for medications. My insurance is too costly so he works out a deal for cash patients only. I appreciate his services and perhaps would consider his practice top notch if it wasn't for his foul staff. However, your staff is the face of your business and that's why I consider the business below average.
Posted: 11/15/2011 • Link to this review
Dr. Haley has provided great medical assessment & treatment of, and for, my condition. I am so grateful for his ability & compassion to listen, and correctly diagnosing the situation under which I face. I like his candor & taking of notes throughout my sessions with him. His practice is a gay-friendly environment. This is reassuring & provides a trustworthy setting. I have no fear about discussing matters and having a doctor giving me attitude/prejudice about my life. It's wonderful. His practice even has "office pets". I've found them comforting. Savannah walked over to me at one session, allowing me to pat her, then returned to her bed. Animals are a wonderful addition and are calming. I would recommend Dr. Haley to anyone.
Posted: 4/02/2010 • Last edited: 4/10/2010 • Link to this review
I have been seeing Dr. Haley for years now, and even though he's out of network now, for my HMO, it's worthy every cent! We went through a lot of meds before finding the right combo. He is also very caring and keeps up with my personal history enough to talk about and recognize various issues.
Posted: 9/03/2008 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
I only got to see Dr. Haley a few times late last year and now he's out of network due to my insurance changing at work, but if you want meds, Dr. Haley is your man. I feel he finally properly diagnosed my bipolar disorder after all these years and I feel better than ever. I'll miss him.
Posted: 2/21/2006 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
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