Kaur, Rupinder, Md - Kaur Psychiatric Assoc

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706 Green Valley Rd # 100

Greensboro, NC

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Staff is wonderful they know you by there name. Sweet ladies and they make you feel human. Dr. Kaur is a wonderful Dr. and she is the only one I will ever go to. I am not responsive to any of the medication however she still tries to help me go back to my normal life. I will never see another Dr.

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Staff is wonderful they know you by there name. Sweet ladies and they make you feel human. Dr. Kaur is a wonderful Dr. and she is the only one I will ever go to. I am not responsive to any of the medication however she still tries to help me go back to my normal life. I will never see another Dr.

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I've been a patient for many years and the staff is very RUDE
Dr. Kaur is a great doctor but I sure don't care for the staff at the front at all,

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I've been a patient for many years and the staff is very RUDE
Dr. Kaur is a great doctor but I sure don't care for the staff at the front at all,

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I've been seeing Dr. Kaur for 10 years to keep my meds up to date. She is a fine doctor. She's very caring and she takes time with her patients. I have never had any problems with her staff. They have always been very polite and efficient.

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I've been seeing Dr. Kaur for 10 years to keep my meds up to date. She is a fine doctor. She's very caring and she takes time with her patients. I have never had any problems with her staff. They have always been very polite and efficient.

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I have been a patient of Dr. Kaur for almost six years now. I am very familiar with her current office staff and all of the professionals who have staffed her office since 2003. I am shocked to read that anyone would accuse any of her employees of lying to her. I can see how with the volume of her business, which is in fact because of her popularity due to her unparalleled excellence at her profession, that a miscommunication could potentially occur from time to time. This could also be aggravated by the sheer nature of the clients who see Dr. Kaur, naturally having vastly differing personalities, differing styles of communication and even psychological issues. I know for a fact that I have been one of the more demanding patients in the past in terms of stressing the staff. It took me a long time to realize how psychiatry, and a psychiatry office, works, from the time it takes for medications to show their effects, to the way in which refills are controlled based on a patient's reaction to the medication, to the way that pharmacies interact with the office, to the way in which the frequency of visits are adjusted. I began my treatment as a very naive patient. When I didn't get what I thought were ample refills, for example, I took it personally since I didn't know that refills are granted after it is proven that the medication will work for you. It had nothing to do with the Dr.'s trust in me, although a patient can build trust after years of demonstrating responsibility, awareness and proactivity with their condition. As a younger patient, I would often call the staff to unnecessarily discuss symptoms, side effects, or "why I only got one refill" instead of saving it for a check up visit, instead of faxing my concerns to be dealt with when time permitted, and at times, however much less often, I still do call!!! I truly was a gnat until I understood how things worked, and until I understood that the system was made to work for me and not against me. The staff was NEVER rude to me after all of the pestering I gave them. They have been firm before, yes, but not rude. It was most definitely for my own good and I actually grew to love them for that and to appreciate their concern for me. I see them as family and I treat them with respect. Since I do show respect, I most certainly get it in return. Personally, if I had to deal with all of the hundreds of phone calls coming in each day to Dr. Kaur's office, many from people who I am POSITIVE (just my assumption after college courses in psychology and after a best friend getting a PhD in psychiatry) are trying to abuse the system by lying to get controlled substances or illegal refills, or trying to do anything they can to mislead the staff, I would either go nuts and become a lithium patient myself or perhaps even be rude to those people who I knew were trying to deceive me, and possibly to people who were not. No one is perfect, but those ladies do the best they can. They may look young, but they know what they are doing, as Dr. Kaur would not have them in her office if they did not have superb knowledge of what they are doing as well as superb communication skills and especially honesty. Dr. Kaur is honest and highly dignified, full of integrity and would never pay someone who is not the same way. I feel for the writer of the previous review. I am sorry he or she feels the way they do, but at the same time I have to feel slightly offended, and I want to extend a recommendation for that person to relax as well as a reminder that with volume comes the chance for varying perceptions of experiences. ANYONE working in such an environment where a WONDERFUL Dr.'s license and reputation are on a fine line would be weary, tired, apprehensive at times, and NECESSARILY firm with almost all patients (at times) and especially with patients who need to stop ignoring the Dr's orders, patients who expect an immediate "fix" to their problems when there is no immediate fix, patients who do not take their meds the way they are supposed to and then call incessantly or show up with drama, taking away from paying patients with appointments, and those who lie and say that their dog ate their Xanax or that they washed it in the washing machine, and all 2,000 of the other fibs people come up with in order to either get "high" or perhaps even sell drugs. It is a remarkable office, full of remarkable people who are doing their absolute best in UNDOUBTEDLY one of the entire country's TOP psychiatry offices, where the Dr. is educated beyond belief, concerned, morally unwaivering, thoughtful, considerate, generous with her time and attention and a true asset to the Triad as well as to literally thousands of people. WE LOVE YOU DR. KAUR & STAFF! Keep up the remarkable work.

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★★★★★

I have been a patient of Dr. Kaur for almost six years now. I am very familiar with her current office staff and all of the professionals who have staffed her office since 2003. I am shocked to read that anyone would accuse any of her employees of lying to her. I can see how with the volume of her business, which is in fact because of her popularity due to her unparalleled excellence at her profession, that a miscommunication could potentially occur from time to time. This could also be aggravated by the sheer nature of the clients who see Dr. Kaur, naturally having vastly differing personalities, differing styles of communication and even psychological issues. I know for a fact that I have been one of the more demanding patients in the past in terms of stressing the staff. It took me a long time to realize how psychiatry, and a psychiatry office, works, from the time it takes for medications to show their effects, to the way in which refills are controlled based on a patient's reaction to the medication, to the way that pharmacies interact with the office, to the way in which the frequency of visits are adjusted. I began my treatment as a very naive patient. When I didn't get what I thought were ample refills, for example, I took it personally since I didn't know that refills are granted after it is proven that the medication will work for you. It had nothing to do with the Dr.'s trust in me, although a patient can build trust after years of demonstrating responsibility, awareness and proactivity with their condition. As a younger patient, I would often call the staff to unnecessarily discuss symptoms, side effects, or "why I only got one refill" instead of saving it for a check up visit, instead of faxing my concerns to be dealt with when time permitted, and at times, however much less often, I still do call!!! I truly was a gnat until I understood how things worked, and until I understood that the system was made to work for me and not against me. The staff was NEVER rude to me after all of the pestering I gave them. They have been firm before, yes, but not rude. It was most definitely for my own good and I actually grew to love them for that and to appreciate their concern for me. I see them as family and I treat them with respect. Since I do show respect, I most certainly get it in return. Personally, if I had to deal with all of the hundreds of phone calls coming in each day to Dr. Kaur's office, many from people who I am POSITIVE (just my assumption after college courses in psychology and after a best friend getting a PhD in psychiatry) are trying to abuse the system by lying to get controlled substances or illegal refills, or trying to do anything they can to mislead the staff, I would either go nuts and become a lithium patient myself or perhaps even be rude to those people who I knew were trying to deceive me, and possibly to people who were not. No one is perfect, but those ladies do the best they can. They may look young, but they know what they are doing, as Dr. Kaur would not have them in her office if they did not have superb knowledge of what they are doing as well as superb communication skills and especially honesty. Dr. Kaur is honest and highly dignified, full of integrity and would never pay someone who is not the same way. I feel for the writer of the previous review. I am sorry he or she feels the way they do, but at the same time I have to feel slightly offended, and I want to extend a recommendation for that person to relax as well as a reminder that with volume comes the chance for varying perceptions of experiences. ANYONE working in such an environment where a WONDERFUL Dr.'s license and reputation are on a fine line would be weary, tired, apprehensive at times, and NECESSARILY firm with almost all patients (at times) and especially with patients who need to stop ignoring the Dr's orders, patients who expect an immediate "fix" to their problems when there is no immediate fix, patients who do not take their meds the way they are supposed to and then call incessantly or show up with drama, taking away from paying patients with appointments, and those who lie and say that their dog ate their Xanax or that they washed it in the washing machine, and all 2,000 of the other fibs people come up with in order to either get "high" or perhaps even sell drugs. It is a remarkable office, full of remarkable people who are doing their absolute best in UNDOUBTEDLY one of the entire country's TOP psychiatry offices, where the Dr. is educated beyond belief, concerned, morally unwaivering, thoughtful, considerate, generous with her time and attention and a true asset to the Triad as well as to literally thousands of people. WE LOVE YOU DR. KAUR & STAFF! Keep up the remarkable work.

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While Dr Kaur is a wonderful Psychiatrist, however, her office staff of 20 something year old females, is horrible. They tell patients lies, and then report those lies back to Dr. Kaur as fact. Unfortunately because she is such a good doctor, she has patients lined up back to back all day and doesnt have the time to investigate every "incident" that these young girls provide her with. This is unfortunate.
These girls are a liability to Dr. Kaur both personally and professionally. I hope that she hires more mature and customer service oriented staff in the very near future.

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While Dr Kaur is a wonderful Psychiatrist, however, her office staff of 20 something year old females, is horrible. They tell patients lies, and then report those lies back to Dr. Kaur as fact. Unfortunately because she is such a good doctor, she has patients lined up back to back all day and doesnt have the time to investigate every "incident" that these young girls provide her with. This is unfortunate.
These girls are a liability to Dr. Kaur both personally and professionally. I hope that she hires more mature and customer service oriented staff in the very near future.

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