Dr. Sylvia Glaze

★★★★☆
  • 11111 Research Boulevard Suite 300

    Austin, TX 78759

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  • 512-338-8181

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I hadn't been to this Dr. Office in 5 years but attempted to make an appointment/she was assigned as my primary doctor by medicaid and it turns out they consider me a new patient since I hadn't been there in so long and they won't see any new medicaid patients. That's fine. I understand the situation with medicaid. I was once gainfully employed and had the benefit of private insurance. Now I am disabled and broke/recently hospitalized for a a month and needed follow up with a primary care physician. I found it rather tacky that the person on the phone was able to pull up that I owed them (ARC) money (medicaid hadn't kicked in yet and paid it) from my hospital stay and gave me the number to registration so I could get them my medicaid number and get the bill paid.

So basically, even though you're a very sick person who needs to follow up with your primary, we can't help you. BUT here's the number to pay your hospital bill with. Just thought it was tacky. Medicaid has all the info already and will pay it. There wasn't any reason to even tell me this. Tacky tacky.

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★★☆☆☆

I hadn't been to this Dr. Office in 5 years but attempted to make an appointment/she was assigned as my primary doctor by medicaid and it turns out they consider me a new patient since I hadn't been there in so long and they won't see any new medicaid patients. That's fine. I understand the situation with medicaid. I was once gainfully employed and had the benefit of private insurance. Now I am disabled and broke/recently hospitalized for a a month and needed follow up with a primary care physician. I found it rather tacky that the person on the phone was able to pull up that I owed them (ARC) money (medicaid hadn't kicked in yet and paid it) from my hospital stay and gave me the number to registration so I could get them my medicaid number and get the bill paid.

So basically, even though you're a very sick person who needs to follow up with your primary, we can't help you. BUT here's the number to pay your hospital bill with. Just thought it was tacky. Medicaid has all the info already and will pay it. There wasn't any reason to even tell me this. Tacky tacky.

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I think Dr Glaze is great. She may not have a bubbly personality, but I still think she is a great doctor and I can see her very quickly. She is very nice and takes care of you. Her nurse is great too. My whole family goes to see Dr Glaze and we have for several years now. I only wish the clinic had better magazines! :)

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I think Dr Glaze is great. She may not have a bubbly personality, but I still think she is a great doctor and I can see her very quickly. She is very nice and takes care of you. Her nurse is great too. My whole family goes to see Dr Glaze and we have for several years now. I only wish the clinic had better magazines! :)

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This rating in no way reflects on Sherry, Dr. Glaze's Nurse; I give her 5 stars.

I'm the kind of person who likes some "life" in people, most of all the people caring for my life. I didn't really get the warm fuzzies when I saw Dr. Glaze. To be honest the whole experience was quite bizarre. Having been my first encounter, I don't know if this is an indicator of how she normally is. She coul have been having a bad day.

I needed a physical for work, so I made an appointment thru ARC with her office. I'm told that she won't do a physical without having meet me first...OK, fine. My visit was supposed to be just that. After talking with the Dr. for a few short minutes, she asks if I would like to do the physical since I'm already there...Ok, sure why not; I 've paid my co-pay for the visit to "meet" her. Before she begins, she looks at me and says "What would you like me to do?" Um, well... I'm thinking am I about to get a haircut? So, I respond "give me a physical?" there were some more bizarre comments, but that one has me floored. I have never been asked that by a Dr. before. Her whole demeanor did not exude any confidence at all. Then to make matters worse, she is listening to my heart and announces that I'm having PVC's. irregular heartbeats: and says that I need an EKG. I'm 36 years old, I do smoke, but that is the only bad habit I have. I walk 5 miles a day when my time permits, I eat very healthy and most times don't drink soda. This day being the exception due to taking a major licenisng test that required me to be up and alert very early that morning.

Anyway, I tell her that I have consumed large amounts of caffeine in the preceeding 48 hr period and have had very little sleep, my body wants me to go to bed. So the nurse rolls in the EKG machine and at this point my heart probably is jumping all over the place because the DR. scared he pooh out of me. She does her thing and then I sit and wait for the Dr to come back in.... at this point I have been in the office for nearly 2 hours and need to go back to work. So I'm getting irritated.

Dr. Glaze comes back in and informs me that the blis on the piece of paper are my irregular heartbeats, but it is probably the caffeine I have had and I won't need to go to a cardiologist because it could be because I smoke too....What! Really!?! A cardiologist. She then looks at me and says again, " What would you like to do know".... I'm still waiting on my physical, but at this point really want to leave.

To end my ong diatribe, this was the most bizarre experience I have ever had in Dr. office. She did nothing to make me feel at ease or comfortable in her presence. As soon as she discovered that I smoked, it seemed like she was fixated on that. All I wanted was a physical!!

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★★☆☆☆

This rating in no way reflects on Sherry, Dr. Glaze's Nurse; I give her 5 stars.

I'm the kind of person who likes some "life" in people, most of all the people caring for my life. I didn't really get the warm fuzzies when I saw Dr. Glaze. To be honest the whole experience was quite bizarre. Having been my first encounter, I don't know if this is an indicator of how she normally is. She coul have been having a bad day.

I needed a physical for work, so I made an appointment thru ARC with her office. I'm told that she won't do a physical without having meet me first...OK, fine. My visit was supposed to be just that. After talking with the Dr. for a few short minutes, she asks if I would like to do the physical since I'm already there...Ok, sure why not; I 've paid my co-pay for the visit to "meet" her. Before she begins, she looks at me and says "What would you like me to do?" Um, well... I'm thinking am I about to get a haircut? So, I respond "give me a physical?" there were some more bizarre comments, but that one has me floored. I have never been asked that by a Dr. before. Her whole demeanor did not exude any confidence at all. Then to make matters worse, she is listening to my heart and announces that I'm having PVC's. irregular heartbeats: and says that I need an EKG. I'm 36 years old, I do smoke, but that is the only bad habit I have. I walk 5 miles a day when my time permits, I eat very healthy and most times don't drink soda. This day being the exception due to taking a major licenisng test that required me to be up and alert very early that morning.

Anyway, I tell her that I have consumed large amounts of caffeine in the preceeding 48 hr period and have had very little sleep, my body wants me to go to bed. So the nurse rolls in the EKG machine and at this point my heart probably is jumping all over the place because the DR. scared he pooh out of me. She does her thing and then I sit and wait for the Dr to come back in.... at this point I have been in the office for nearly 2 hours and need to go back to work. So I'm getting irritated.

Dr. Glaze comes back in and informs me that the blis on the piece of paper are my irregular heartbeats, but it is probably the caffeine I have had and I won't need to go to a cardiologist because it could be because I smoke too....What! Really!?! A cardiologist. She then looks at me and says again, " What would you like to do know".... I'm still waiting on my physical, but at this point really want to leave.

To end my ong diatribe, this was the most bizarre experience I have ever had in Dr. office. She did nothing to make me feel at ease or comfortable in her presence. As soon as she discovered that I smoked, it seemed like she was fixated on that. All I wanted was a physical!!

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Dr. Glaze has been my primary care physician for over 10 years and I have never found anyone better. I recently moved an hour and a half away from her office and continue to make the drive to see her. She always listens to every detail and asks if there is anything else. I saw her a while back and remember going in for pain and while we tried to figure out what was wrong, she gave me something just for the pain, when most other doctors would have made me wait. She cares a lot about her patients and I couldn't be more pleased with the service she provides.

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★★★★★

Dr. Glaze has been my primary care physician for over 10 years and I have never found anyone better. I recently moved an hour and a half away from her office and continue to make the drive to see her. She always listens to every detail and asks if there is anything else. I saw her a while back and remember going in for pain and while we tried to figure out what was wrong, she gave me something just for the pain, when most other doctors would have made me wait. She cares a lot about her patients and I couldn't be more pleased with the service she provides.

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I like Dr. Glaze. She listens and she is pro-active while not being pushy or opinionated. She is always right in the end, too. She gets the job done, sits and listens and seems to be a general good doctor. If she works part time because of family, then more power to her. I respect that. I see Dr. Wolf when Dr. Glaze is out and Dr. Wolf is a good doctor, too.

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★★★★★

I like Dr. Glaze. She listens and she is pro-active while not being pushy or opinionated. She is always right in the end, too. She gets the job done, sits and listens and seems to be a general good doctor. If she works part time because of family, then more power to her. I respect that. I see Dr. Wolf when Dr. Glaze is out and Dr. Wolf is a good doctor, too.

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Dr. Glaze has been my primary care physician for nearly 20 years. I recently had to see a variety of other doctors and was struck by how different they all were from her. She is quiet and calm, but most of all, she listens and cares. One big difference is that when she enters the exam room, she SITS DOWN to listen to your issues. All other doctors I've encountered stand up with their pad in hand like a waiter taking your order - clearly in a hurry and wanting you to get on with it so they can diagnose you (not necessarily correctly), and move on. I really appreciate a doctor who wants to listen to all my symptoms and takes time for me. She also always asks what other problems I may be having, over and above what I actually came in for.

Another good point - for some conditions I don't want to take pills. She respects this position and gives me ways to instead, make changes in my lifestyle to address my health and then monitors how well I have done towards staying pill free. This is in stark contrast to most doctors who prefer to give you as many pills as they can.

Lastly, whenever I have an immediate problem to solve, her office has always managed to find me an appointment for that day, with either her or an associate, so I've never had to wait to seek treatment. I only go to Dr. Glaze when at all possible and highly recommend her.

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Dr. Glaze has been my primary care physician for nearly 20 years. I recently had to see a variety of other doctors and was struck by how different they all were from her. She is quiet and calm, but most of all, she listens and cares. One big difference is that when she enters the exam room, she SITS DOWN to listen to your issues. All other doctors I've encountered stand up with their pad in hand like a waiter taking your order - clearly in a hurry and wanting you to get on with it so they can diagnose you (not necessarily correctly), and move on. I really appreciate a doctor who wants to listen to all my symptoms and takes time for me. She also always asks what other problems I may be having, over and above what I actually came in for.

Another good point - for some conditions I don't want to take pills. She respects this position and gives me ways to instead, make changes in my lifestyle to address my health and then monitors how well I have done towards staying pill free. This is in stark contrast to most doctors who prefer to give you as many pills as they can.

Lastly, whenever I have an immediate problem to solve, her office has always managed to find me an appointment for that day, with either her or an associate, so I've never had to wait to seek treatment. I only go to Dr. Glaze when at all possible and highly recommend her.

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Dr. Glaze was my primary care physician for 20 months. Although knowledgeable, Dr. Glaze didn't have the personality I was looking for. I need someone a little more warm and fuzzy. She didn't seem to be very compassionate.

PROS: good medical advice
CONS: bland personality

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★★★☆☆

Dr. Glaze was my primary care physician for 20 months. Although knowledgeable, Dr. Glaze didn't have the personality I was looking for. I need someone a little more warm and fuzzy. She didn't seem to be very compassionate.

PROS: good medical advice
CONS: bland personality

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