Ray Horwitz, DO

Ray Horwitz, DO
Psychiatric Health Svc 1047 N Houston Rd
Warner Robins, GA 31093

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About Ray Horwitz, DO

Ray Horwitz, DO practices as a Psychiatrist in Warner Robins, GA.Ray Horwitz, DO graduated from Mi State Univ, Coll Of Osteo Med, East Lansing Mi 48824.
Primary Specialty


Practice Psychiatric Health Svc
Education Mi State Univ, Coll Of Osteo Med, East Lansing Mi 48824
Training Emory Univ Hosp, Psychiatry
Services Ray Horwitz, DO practices psychiatry at 1047 N Houston Rd, Warner Robins, GA 31093. 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 Ray Horwitz, DO in Warner Robins, GA, please call (478) 923-3762 for more information.
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Recent Reviews
They paid very close attention to me the entire time I was there and all of my questions were answered. One thing I liked about their office, was how easy it was to find parking. I found a spot within a matter of minutes. One thing I like about them, is how easy they are to reach in an emergency. They took my call and helped me right away. The staff was very friendly and warm. They went out of their way to make me feel respected and cared for. I always look forward to my appointments because they take that extra step to make me feel special and respected. They really make an effort to get to know all their clients and don't just treat them like a number.
by cpace
Does this provider adhere to the customer is always right policy?
Sometimes, but not always
Would you recommend this psychiatrist to others?
Did you leave the office feeling satisfied with your visit?
Was it easy to make an appointment with this provider?
Does this provider leave you on hold for a long time when you call?
No, they are really great about answering the phone right away
by Anonymous
I was a patient of Dr Copeland's in 2011. I didn't like the waiting room and I hated the frosted glass sliding window. I felt ignored almost every time. Dr. Copeland was abrupt, arrogant, and occasionally used foul language. He was sometimes agitated. His female co-professional (PA?) administerd my tests and I liked her. I take a class 2 narcotic and hated going there each month (and getting billed for a visit each month and taking off a half day each month). I didn't need counseling and had to go through this 15 minute quasi-counseling seesion to get the prescription. Dr. Copeland recently passed away, and I recently left TRICARE to use a private insurer. My new doctor insists on having the actual diagnosis records from Dr. Copeland's office. Grrr... I'm stuck between new doctor (cancel fifth appt today) and Dr. Copeland's (now Dr. Horwitz's) office. Sent my request Dec 9th, left a terse message, resent request, went there in person on Monday. No records have been faxed. I have been out of my medication a couple weeks. Fortunately the boys had a doctor we could fall back on (we moved and are now an hour away) but when I asked for a interim Rx from Dr. Copeland's office the staff said I had to make an appt (they aren't in network). There was a pleasant lady behind the frosted glass and a thin older woman who had nothing but excuses that made no sense. The records are in storage, only one person has a key, in litigation (what?) not the right word, we are doing legal changes at the practice. SO WHAT? How about Standard of Care? Or APA Ethics Code? Okay, it's not the Doctor doing this, but it's his staff. Please consider some staff changes and waiting room alterations. The staff person, in my mind broke numerous ethical standards. Number one is APA EC 2.02. Thanks. Also see 3.04, 3.09, 3.12, 5.0, 6.02c. I wish the new doctor the best, but I see no changes for the better since 2011 with the staff and personal interactions with clients. And this holiday from meidcation is costing me at work.
by Lady