We booked an apt 3 months in advance. I picked my son up 1 1/2 hours before the apt from school to be able to make the apt on time. We sat in the office for 25 mins. to be called to the desk and told that the Dr. had cancelled my apt in the morning. I wasted 2 1/2 hours of time on a apt. that never happened. How frustrating.
Posted: 12/15/2006 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
My grandson has CMV which causes so many issues it's too many to list here. We see several specialists because of this and I can safely say our experiences with Dr. Schub are ALWAYS an exercise in frustration. Getting an appointment and any type of dealing with his office staff is horrid. You have to leave a voicemail, can NEVER talk to a person. Dr. Schub may breeze through the room for 4 or 5 minutes during your visit, the rest of the time is spent with a nurse practitioner who NEVER knows your case, NEVER has reviewed the file prior to your visit so part of your time is spent bringing them up to speed on THEIR case file. The choices of pediatric neurologists in this area is slim, I truly with there was some other option because with a special needs child the last thing you need in your life is a doctor who just adds to your pain and frustration. I'll get off my soapbox now.
Posted: 5/19/2006 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
Dr. Schub was my child's neuro for over 3 years. We saw him at least 15 times in that period. He never acted like he remembered my son's case (had to review file in front of me everytime), and I didn't feel like he ever really listened to what I was saying. I just didn't feel Dr. Schub ever really invested in my child's case. He is a good doctor, very knowledgeable, but not personable.
Posted: 11/01/2005 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review