Her staff member told me I would not have to pay anything after meeting with the dr if I didn't want to pursue the program. Dr. Haughton-Green REFUSED to refund my money when I stopped the new patient appointment - and called the cops instead to have me trespassed. She refused to speak to me or to confirm with her staff member to verify my statements. Can you say money hungry? Also told me that the reason people stop her program is that they "run out of money."
Posted: 1/25/2010 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
My child has struggled with asthma his entire life. After his first visit with Dr Green, she has managed to control his breathing. He can run and play now with the other kids without causing me great distress.
Posted: 4/17/2009 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
It was good for the first couple of years, then it went downhill after the practice "expanded". Why in the world would a pediatrician open a medical spa & weight loss for adults in the same office where children are seen? Oh, and the medical spa & weight loss clients walk straight in without having to check in with the front desk nurse or sign in. There’s signs posted encouraging this. Do not ignore the red flags! The infomercials for spa and weight loss treatments showing in the lobby, pamphlets around the office and in the rooms for spa and weight loss treatment, the “numbing spray for $10” flyers posted around the office, not $10 for the bottle, just for a single spray! Oh, and not to mention the flu shot flyers posted “$15 flu shot + $10 numbing spray=$25 Get the whole family vaccinated!” The sale pitches from the staff for products sold by the doctor. Then there is the issue of the Dr. Allison Haughton - Green talking very fast, spending 5 min or even less in the room. She talks down to people and acts like she can't be bothered.If you notice you’re just about the only ones in the lobby, you’ll know why!
Posted: 12/15/2008 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
Emory University School Of Medicine 1996