I met with Bradley Randleman at Emory Eye Center in March 2012. He seems to be very knowledgable and thorough. The office staff and overall experience were terrible. Met at desk by a very unfriendly person, waited over two hours during my two and one half hour appointment, mostly in an examining room alone. Staff arrived mostly at 8:40 while my appointment was at 8.00. Dr Randleman arrived at 8:35. While I liked the doctor, I will not return to the practice
Posted: 3/13/2012 • Link to this review
Dr Randleman has treated many members of my family for Cataract surgery, and for LASIK surgery. He is the only Eye Doctor in the ATL area that I would trust to take care of my family. He has always been very nice, attentive, and spends lots of time, explaining the process, procedures and medications throughout the exam. He is a family man, and has a true passion for helping people, which is transparent through the way he treats patients. We are lucky to have him based in Atlanta.
Posted: 6/16/2010 • Link to this review
For rude and slow service, be sure to see Dr. Randleman. I made the mistake of wasting my time with his office on three separate occasions. Each time I was kept waiting for over two hours. On my last visit Dr. Randleman stood outside the waiting room and chatted with one of his colleagues for over 10 minutes while I was left to stare at the ceiling. When he finally met with me he was rude, unhelpful, and pompous. Lots of doctors' offices are slow, but the Emory Clinic on Clifton Road goes far beyond the normal. The offices are cold and drafty, parking is difficult, and then they charge you $4 or $5 for being held a captive by the slowest office in the world. I will never return to this place again.
Posted: 11/25/2008 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School Of Medicine 1998