Richard Stephens, MD

Richard Stephens, MD
Kaiser Permanente 20 Glenlake Pkwy NE Atlanta, GA 30328

Richard Stephens, MD

Richard Stephens, MD practices as a Urologist in Atlanta, GA.Richard Stephens, MD graduated from Emory Univ Sch Of Med, Atlanta Ga 30322.
Primary Specialty


Education Emory Univ Sch Of Med, Atlanta Ga 30322
Training Emory Univ Hosp, Urology; Emory Univ Hosp, General Surgery
Services Richard Stephens, MD provides urology services in Atlanta, GA. 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 Kaiser Permanente at (770) 677-6257 to schedule an appointment in Atlanta, GA or to get more information.
Consumer Feedback
(3 Reviews)
3 star average for Service
4 star average for Environment
4.5 star average for Expertise
4 star average for Staff
4 star average for Recommended
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Recent Reviews
Although it has been some time, since my last appointment, my experience with this doctor remains indelible. I have nothing but good to say! He is an excellent listener and has a good bedside manner. He gave excellent advice, while allowing me to take the lead on what I thought was best for my health care. He also isn't afraid to think outside of the box or be challenged. I think he's quite bright.

The insurances on my job changed and that was the only reason for reluctantly leaving his care. However, my job is now going back to offering the insurance I once had and I have every intention of returning to his care, for my urological needs. He's a good doctor!
Dr Stephens prescribed me the dangerous antibiotic Cipro for a NON BACTERIAL prostatitis without warning me about the dangerous adverse reaction of the drug and without paying attention to its benefit/risk ratio, causing me permanent musculo-skeletal and neurological damage. Dr. Stephens is an example of the lazy, unconscientious doctor who wants to save time while totally disregarding the basic medical principle of nonmaleficence and the patient's well-being.
Recent Polls
Did this provider leave you unattended for an extended period of time?
No, I was always attended to
Did this urologist prominently display their diplomas or business license?
Were the restrooms well-stocked at this provider's office?
Yes, they were well-stocked
Was this provider willing to stay open late to accomodate your needs?
Yes, they've stayed open late when I've needed help
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