Mid Michigan Dermatology has a history of customer disputes. Disagreement on handling patient billing forced their separation from the Mid Michigan Health System. Billing Administrator Dr. Peterson is husband of Dr. Peoples and strong-arms for the business, prioritizing coding for optimal fees over customer service. Several Dow employees have filed complaints of predatory practices e.g. coding abuses, over-charges and failure to gain informed consent for services and fees rendered. Unfortunately, due to a shortage of dermatologists in the Midland, MI area, unlucky patients are being referred to this clinic -- the only one accepting new patients.
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They are completely committed to helping me as long as it takes to find the best solution. I never have to worry that they'll back out or give up if a solution isn't reached immediately, which has been a problem for me at other places. Not only do my appointments never get canceled last minute, they take time out of their day to send me a reminder so I don't forget. They are extremely reliable. Their primary concern is my safety and comfort, and they always take the time to address every concern of mine immediately. Their office was one of the quietest, most peaceful places I've ever visited. I was able to relax very easily. They've stayed open past their closing times many times when I've needed help. They've never turned me away when I've needed them.
Their office was nice and quiet. I could tell that they took pride in their office's appearance. It was very well organized and well taken care of. She repeatedly refused to give me a scraping because she said she knew the diagnosis but she was wrong! Regardless, she should never refuse to give a scraping to a patient! I would never go there again and I will make sure I tell everyone NOT to use her.
Dr. Peoples is horrible! My mother took me to her once when I was a teenager, and she mockingly called my mother a "stage mother" and spent less than 10 seconds examining the problem. It was humiliating and couldn't be further from the truth. My mother already has "white coat anxiety" and I'm sure this made her even more reticent to see *any* doctor. And by the way, I did have rosacea--another doctor diagnosed it.
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