She is intelligent and seems knowledgeable. However, she is rather gruff and has a less than jovial disposition. I don't think she's mean or intentionally rude. I think maybe that's just her personality. She would be more appropriate for adult patients than children. She gave my daughter an allergy skin test, and it seemed to really irritate her when she was crying and asking me why her arm hurts. The doctor told her she was crying too much and to quiet down because "the doctor needs to talk to mom". Overall, I don't think she's a bad doctor, but for those with kids as patients, she's worth giving a try, but some parents might be less comfortable than others here.
I'm always amazed at how considerate and concerned they are for my well-being. Their advice is always wonderful and completely unbiased. I've never seen anyone who is more respected by their staff. The entire staff only had great things to say about working there, and it made me want to return all the more. While waiting for my appointment I noted that they definitely care about patient comfort because they have the best waiting room chairs I've ever seen. I could have easily taken a quick nap while waiting for my appointment. Every time I come here they always remember me by name and greet me as soon as I walk in the door, even if it's been months since my last appointment. They are so thoughtful and amazingly sweet, I just love this place.
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