This is the WORST doctor I've ever seen! I had an appointment (my first one) at 2:40pm today. They requested that I arrive 10 mins early to fill out paperwork, which I did. After 20 minutes past my appointment (3pm), they called me from the waiting room and stuck me in a patient room. Half an hour later, Dr. Watson strolls in. No apology, not "sorry for making you wait", nothing. I had the nerve to mention that I needed to pick up my daughter and ask how long the appointment would take. Dr. Watson immediately got an attitude and was extremely rude to me for the entire ten minutes that she spent with me. That visit costs me $88. That's all that doctor will EVER get from me. I suggest you steer clear of this doctor. Unless you're interested in Botox, and other anti-aging serums that she offers. She's not concerned with her patients. She's more concerned with how many patients she can crank through in one day, and how many other non-medically necessary items she can convince her patients to buy. I'll be calling my insurance company next to advise them that they should remove her as a network provider.
Posted: 7/25/2012 • Link to this review
I am a basicall a healthly women and I went into the office for a physical and they asked medical questions. Due to the questions, the staff sent a report to the insurance company that I had cronic back pain, which I do not, I injured my leg in a 5 mile marathon and that I had untreated high Cholestral which I do not according to my internist, I took the report to him. Due to their incompetence of their staff I was denied insurance coverage and once that happens, no one wants to insure you.
Posted: 1/05/2009 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
Office staff is rude and unprofessional. Some of the staff are great but the office manager is one of the worst. The office seems more interested in pushing high priced vitamins, vitamin scans, and weight loss programs. It's like going to a used car dealer. Diagnostic skills seem to be lacking. They would rather you see a Nurse Practitoner than one of the Dr.'s but you and your insurance are billed the same for less. They refuse to call in refills for maintenance meds. You are required to go to the office for everything. If you call with a question you are told, "You'll have to make an appointment to be seen."
Posted: 9/15/2008 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review