ServicesRobert Springs, MD offers the services of a General Practitioner in Denver, CO. A General Practitioner offers physical examinations, cholesterol testing, wound care, pap smears, immunizations, skin biopsies, fitness programs, stress reduction plans, ongoing evaluations, bone density testing and menopause treatment among other services.
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I went to see Dr. Springs because I have joint aches and stomach pains and patches of hair-loss. He said it sounded like I have TB, but I didn't have a fever, cough, weight-loss, or any of the typical symptoms. He tested me for TB, when I came back clear, then he decided I should get a blood test. Once the results came back, he went over them in the office and said I was healthy and there weren't any problems and to just take Tylenol for pain. I felt this pain every day and it was affecting my life, so I took my results to two other doctors that said they couldn't believe that Dr. Springs dismissed my results because my white blood cell count was outrageous. Even the form my results came back on said "Abnormally High" next to my white blood count. After two visits at another doctor I found out that I have two serious conditions that I now received weekly treatment for. I regret that I even wasted three visits with Dr. Springs and that he told me I was fine when I clearly had results that proved otherwise. What if I had a serious infection? He dismissed my symptoms and talked over me when I would tell him what was going on. Please do yourself justice and see someone else. I feel bad for people that don't know otherwise. Don't waste your time here.
I thought the office was pretty cute... but I don't think I'll return. The front desk people were nice but not really friendly...they seemed pretty overwhelmed. My biggest issue wasn't with the facility, it was with the Dr. My caseworker from another hospital set the appt up and told me to show up at the scheduled time. I was not informed of having to bring my discharge papers or anything other than my medicaid card...so that's all I brought. When the Dr. walked in he seemed displeased at having to be there and was extremely rude. When he asked why I was there and I told him...his response was to say in a demeaning voice that he had never seen me before so how was he to know what meds i took and why i was there. It stayed at that tone the entire time and every time he left he just got up and walked out. He didn't say he'd be back or instruct me on what I needed to do... finally one of his nurses let me know they were waiting for the other hospital to contact them. Another thing that bothered me was that there was a lady that came in with him...neither introduced themself, and she never said why she was there or if she was a student... typically they tell you... and I just felt uncomfortable. I waited for at least an hour and then was sent on my way and told to come back the next day bc they couldn't reach the hospital. Maybe I came on a bad day as most of the reviews are great...but i didn't leave there with the thought of coming back.
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