Patients should be aware that Dr. Smith is not an Allergist. Only physicians who complete a residency in the field of Allergy Immunology are specialists. To become an Allergist, a doctor must complete 3 years of residency in Internal Medicine or Pediatrics followed by 2 more years in Allergy Immunology. According to the state osteopathic licensing board, he is never completed this training. Be aware there are many doctors (both MD and DO) who falsely refer to themselves as allergists so that the public will see them for skin testing and/or allergy shots. Dr. Smith may legally perform these procedures but he can't legally refer to himself an Allergy specialist or an Allergist. He is not the most qualified to diagnose, manage and treat allergies and immunologic conditions as a licensed Allergy Immunologist.
Posted: 4/04/2008 • Link to this review
I found my visits with Dr. Smith quite enjoyable. I think the staff is friendly and the wait was never long. I felt Dr. Smith was very professional, personal and had a great bedside manner which made me feel comfortable. He was able to treat and cure the problem I came in with, and also later diagnosed me with basal cell skin cancer, which he is now in the process of helping me get over that. He is a great guy and I would recommend him to anyone who wants to enjoy their Doctor visits, and get good results.
Posted: 6/26/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
Dr. Smith has treated myself and my children for the past two years. He is punctual, friendly, as extremely cordial. More importantly he has made all of our skin problems better. I only regret that he has moved his practices to Mesa and Paradise Valley. It is still definitely worth the trip.
Posted: 6/16/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
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