I was referred to Dr. Macmillian. Found her office very easy to work with; found staff very professional. Quite frankly, I'm shocked at the comments of the other reviewers...because my experience with her has been great. Dr. Macmillian is very professional. More importantly, she invested time with me and allowed me plenty of time to discuss my situation. In this day and age of doctors trying to churn patients in-and-out of their offices quickly, I was impressed by and I appreciated her manner. I would highly recommend her. I am not related to her; nor do I have any affiliation with her office. Thanks.
Posted: 2/15/2012 • Last edited: 2/25/2012 • Link to this review
after seeing dr mcmillan once, i found her to be cold but not too terrible -- it wasn't until my second appointment that she showed her true colors. it took numerous tries to even get her office to schedule me in. once i finally got to see her, she told my husband and i that the reason i had a hard time getting in was because she didn't want to see me because i was a hopeless case (yes, those were her words to a chronically depressed person) and she didn't like taking on hopeless cases. very very cruel and unprofessional; how this monster has a license to practice is beyond me.
Posted: 5/29/2011 • Link to this review
I arrived at my appointment on time and turned in the required paperwork(which I filled out before I came). The front office staff were not nice at all. After 10 minutes of waiting, I was called back to an office where I was informed that Dr McMillan reviewed my paperworks and refused to see me at all. She made multiple incorrect assumptions about me based on just the paperwork that I had filled out. As I was correcting the incorrect assumptions, I realized that I have never been so insulted in my life. I then asked the lady to shred my personal info and left with what dignity remained. There is NO WAY I would go back or recommend her. No human being should be subjected to such a pious, arrogant and assumptive physician who took an oath to "first, do no harm".
Posted: 3/28/2011 • Link to this review
Dr. McMillan is very young and still has a lot to learn. She jumps to conclusions and doesn't really listen at all to what you have to say. Her staff is worst than she is. I hope that you never run into a crisis situation under her care because you will not be prescribed any medication over the phone. It didn't even matter that I was out of the state at the time and that I had been a patient for of hers for over a year. I offered to have a phone appointment, but even that wasn't acceptable. Seriously, steer clear of this place. It's pretty pathetic that I had to go to my primary care doctor to get some Xanax when I had a psychiatrist in my realms.
Posted: 10/31/2010 • Link to this review
University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill School Of Medicine 1991