Amy Holland, MD practices as a Psychiatrist in Marietta, GA.Amy Holland, MD graduated from East Carolina Univ Sch Of Med, Greenville Nc 27858.
Christian Psychiatric Svc
East Carolina Univ Sch Of Med, Greenville Nc 27858
Emory Univ Sch Of Med, Psychiatry; Univ Of Nc Hosps, Psychiatry
ServicesAmy Holland, MD practices psychiatry at 707 Whitlock Ave SW Ste H9, Marietta, GA 30064. Psychiatrists are licensed physicians who specialize in the evaluation, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental and emotional disorders.
To learn more, or to make an appointment with Amy Holland, MD in Marietta, GA, please call (770) 422-1991 for more information.
I went to this practice about 7 years ago and all I remember is the super steep pricing, and the terrible office staff. I expect people who answer phones to at least fake sounding happy and wanting to be helpful. I'm in customer service, all I do is answer phones and I don't care how I feel, I sound super happy and pleased to help at all times! I have called 3 times in the past year and gotten no help. All I want is my medical records, but according to them, they cannot release those to the patient. According to HIPAA, those records are rightfully mine and if I ask for them, I should damn well receive them. I will pay the small fee to make copies, but don't sit there and tell me that you can't give them to me as I'm sitting there staring at my HIPAA rights and telling you so. Basically I was told that they could make the copies and I could visit with Dr. Holland to go over them and I said, alright, how much will that be? Well since it's been so long I'm considered a new patient and so the fee would be $475.00. I remember those visits. 10-15 minutes of not feeling listened to. The business name is just ironic. I would never recommend this place to anyone. They will financially screw you.
We arrived for our appointment twenty minutes early. After waiting for fifty minutes, thirty minutes past the scheduled appointment time, I informed the office manager that we were not going to be able to stay due to my daughter needing to report to work in an hour. The office manager asked if the doctor could just call my daughter. In essence, Dr. Holland’s plan was to diagnose my daughter’s anxiety over the telephone. I told the office manager that we would call and reschedule a face-to-face meeting. She insisted that my daughter, who is suffering from anxiety, should talk to Dr. Holland while she drives to work in bumper-to-bumper traffic. I said we will reschedule for a face-to-face meeting because I do not want my daughter being clinically evaluated on a cell phone while driving in evening traffic in Marietta. Today, we reported for our rescheduled appointment at which time, the doctor and office manager insisted that we pay an additional co-pay. Their stance was that since they offered a phone call that we “missed” our appointment. I reviewed the aforementioned story with them. They refused to see my daughter unless we paid again. Needless to say, we are scheduling an appointment with a doctor that has much better business practices and reviews than Dr. Holland. Unfortunately, I failed to read the other reviews from people that had similar experiences due to believing in their title of a “Christian” practice.
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