Terry Phillis Jr, MD

Terry Phillis Jr, MD
Anniston Urologic Assoc 622 Leighton Ave Ste 602 Anniston, AL 36207

Terry Phillis Jr, MD

Terry Phillis Jr, MD practices as a Urologist in Anniston, AL.Terry Phillis Jr, MD graduated from Wright State Univ Sch Of Med, Dayton Oh 45401.
Primary Specialty


Education Wright State Univ Sch Of Med, Dayton Oh 45401
Training Univ Mo-Columbia Sch Med, Urology
Services Terry Phillis Jr, MD provides urology services in Anniston, AL. A Urologist is trained to diagnose, treat and manage diseases of the urinary tract and male reproductive system, including prostatitis, kidney stones and urinary tract infections.

Please call Anniston Urologic Assoc at (256) 237-6717 to schedule an appointment in Anniston, AL or to get more information.
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1 star average for Service
2 star average for Expertise
2 star average for Staff
1.5 star average for Recommended
3 star average for Environment
1 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
The Doctor's at this practice are too busy to give proper care. They either have too much of a patient load or are doing way too many procedures at the local hospital. The staff is another story, some nice some as rude as rude gets. If you need a procedure you will get the viscious jaws of life that will snap you up in a minute like it's not her job. I wish I could give a better review but honesty id the best policy now and always has been.
Just a warning, they do not adhere to the customer is always right policy no matter what the situation is. They never listen to customers complaints and argue with them instead of trying to correct the situation. That's just bad business. I can tell it is maybe not a top priority to maintain a professional appearance here. They didn't look terrible, but there is definitely lots of room for improvement. I've never felt more unsafe than I did in their care. They had absolutely no idea what they were doing, and I was nervous they were going to make a mistake. They didn't tell me very much about my treatments' risks and benefits. I still felt like I had to do my own research.
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