Jeffrey Brown, MD

Jeffrey Brown, MD
Jeffrey S. Brown 909 Dairy Ashford, Suite 205 Houston, TX 77079
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Jeffrey Brown, MD

Jeffrey Brown, MD practices as an Endocrinologist in Houston, TX.Jeffrey Brown, MD graduated from Finch U Of Hs/Chicago Med Sch, North Chicago Il 60664.
Primary Specialty

Endocrinologist

Education Finch U Of Hs/Chicago Med Sch, North Chicago Il 60664
Training Univ Tx Med Sch At Houston, Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism; Long Island Jewish Med Ctr, Internal Medicine
Services Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism, Internal Medicine
Consumer Feedback
(29 Reviews)
Service
4 star average for Service
Environment
4 star average for Environment
Expertise
4 star average for Expertise
Staff
4.5 star average for Staff
Recommended
4 star average for Recommended
Value
4 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
Arrogant idiot!
DO NOT GO TO THIS DOCTOR. HE IS A TOTAL QUACK, HIS JUDGEMENT, RELIABILITY AND DIAGNOSIS IS VERY VERY QUESTIONABLE. HE JUST SEEMED NOT AT ALL KNOWLEDGEABLE AND HIS BEHAVIOR WAS EXTREMELY WEIRD. IT SEEMS HE JUST MAKES THINGS UP AS HE GOES ALONG.
HIS STAFF IS IS VERY VERY RUDE CURT SNIPPY AND UNPROFESSIONAL. YOU WILL GET TO RESULT OR FINAL DIAGNOSIS HE WILL KEEP RUNNING TESTS INCESSANTLY AND KEEP MAKING FOLLOW UP APPOINTMENTS WITH NO DIRECTION.
Recent Polls
Were the waiting room chairs comfortable at this doctor's office?
Not really
Was this doctor's staff friendly?
Friendly Enough
Would you recommend this doctor to others?
I Already Have
Is this provider easy to reach in an emergency?
No
Did you leave the office feeling satisfied with your visit?
Mostly
Did you feel like this provider's office was understaffed?
Yes, I had to wait a long time before someone was able to help me
Was it clear that this provider takes pride in the appearance of his/her office?
Yes, the office was well organized and taken care of
Was there annoying music playing while you waited or during your visit?
No, there was no annoying music
Does this provider adhere to the customer is always right policy?
Sometimes, but not always
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