You get a nurse practitioner, you get the run around, you are over charged for the service you receive. They run on the ObamaCare Model. Poor service, charge high, run them out the door, don't care for the elderly, let them die. Better to take their money leave them poor and not treat their illnesses. Never take calls during the hours they say they are open. They are rude, don't get back to you for days, or weeks, maybe months - if you don't go into their office to get answers first. Overall I do not recommend this place to even my dog.
My daughter and I both use Dr. Leahy and we love him. He's always caring and takes time to listen. I always feel he does what he feels is best for us. We have been going to him for years and stand by him as an outstanding doctor. Thank you =)
I've been going to this clinic since I moved to St. Louis a little over a year and a half ago.... I have some health challenges that aren't easy to manage, but this clinic and it's staff have been so wonderful, helpful, and they truly treat you like family. The office ladies have given me hugs and handed me tissues on particularly hard days, and my doctor has been so helpful, professional, and extremely knowledgeable. He really looks out for your overall health. If you are looking for a family practice for you, your family- I wouldn't look any further.
Very rude and disrespectful at not anytime does anyone show some type of kindness they over talk you. .I wouldn't recommend taking a dog there...The atmosphere feels very racist my insurance spends the same as anyone else...The staff is actually the worst part of the visit...trust they will deny you treatment if you don't fall within your brackets with them..from my first visit to my last every experience has been horrible...They're hard up for something but I can't tell you one thing it's not patients because they don't care how they treat you...I've seen dogs on commercials treated better then my experience
Debbie with the billing department is rude and unprofessional. I had insurance at the time of my service. She claims the insurance company dedied my coverage yet the insurance company stated they had not received information from the "Practice Managagment Affiliates Consulting Inc". Four years later it is on my credit report for twice the amount of the original bill! Its so old of an issue that no one seems to be able to help except the person in charge of managing the bill. I have documentation and copies of the original bill........but no one is willing to assist me. I recommend not going to ANY facility that uses Practice Management Affiliates Consulting Inc. (This was the original name-looks as if they have closed. But Debbie is still the billing company just under a new name from what I can find.
I have been with one of the doctors, Dr. Westerfield, for about 16 years and am very happy with the attention to detail that she gives. She is right on top of everything and pays attention to my whole person. She knows her stuff and treats you with dignity and respect. I can rest assure that I am getting the best care possible.
There are several Orthopedic surgeons in this practice.My first visit lasted about 3 minutes, he never even touched my injured ankle and walked out of the room while I was asking a question. His only advise on my severely swollen, bruised and painful ankle that I twisted was to walk on it if it did not hurt too much.7 weeks later on a follow-up visit my ankle is still swelling, I have very limited range of motion and I continue to need crutches to walk.......... he told me to try physical therapy for 6 weeks and if I was not better to return to see the ankle specialist (Amod Paranjpe) who is also on staff in the same office.With little progress and questions the PT could not answer after going to Physical Therapy for 2 weeks I decided to see Dr Paranjpe. He advised me to stop physical therapy and not to put weight on my injured ankle until a MRI is done to identify any damage that may have taken place. It took a week to get GHP to approve the MRI which revealed that I have 2 torn ligaments and 1 torn tendon.On my follow-up visit with Dr. Paranjpe, he only seemed interested in doing surgery. When I told him I did research on my condition that indicated that surgery should not be considered any earlier than 6 months unless the ankle will not support weight, (which mine does) he offered no further advise for a treatment plan.I ask my physical therapist if he could refer me to a good ankle specialist that is NOT a surgeon. He highly recommended a nearby Dr whom I plan to see for consultation if my foot does not make progress in the next 2-3 weeks of PT. My conclusion: Do not ever see a Surgeon for consultation of a injury before first seeing a doctor who (is Not a surgeon) specializes in the area of concern.