Deborah A. Gerdes, MD

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  • 2727 Madison Road Suite 208

    Cincinnati, OH 45209

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  • 513-321-0833

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I saw Dr Gerdes several months ago for a sinus infection. She asked all the right questions and made certain the antibiotic she prescribed was not something to which the bacteria in my head had already developed immunity. I chose Dr Gerdes as my primary care physician without reservation.

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I saw Dr Gerdes several months ago for a sinus infection. She asked all the right questions and made certain the antibiotic she prescribed was not something to which the bacteria in my head had already developed immunity. I chose Dr Gerdes as my primary care physician without reservation.

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I had the exact same experience as Stranted Patient!!! I was NEVER contacted about my doctor leaving his patience behind. The funny thing is...my husband was and everything was only sent to him. I hate that I would only be considered a "priority" if I paid $1500. It is ashame to now know that I was not a "priority" before. I have just changed practices and I am hoping for the best. I am not interrested in being associated with anyone "assigned" to me by the Dr. who didn't even care enought about me to send this information to me personally. So frustrating!!

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I had the exact same experience as Stranted Patient!!! I was NEVER contacted about my doctor leaving his patience behind. The funny thing is...my husband was and everything was only sent to him. I hate that I would only be considered a "priority" if I paid $1500. It is ashame to now know that I was not a "priority" before. I have just changed practices and I am hoping for the best. I am not interrested in being associated with anyone "assigned" to me by the Dr. who didn't even care enought about me to send this information to me personally. So frustrating!!

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I used to love this group. As said in the previous review - four of the physicians are leaving the end of May to join MDVip. I personally do not see the benefit of such an arrangement, and quite frankly - I pay too much for health insurance already. Why would I want to add another $1500 a year to that? My real complaint with the group is their utter lack of communication regarding this. I consider myself to belong to the group, more than just one physician. However, I was never contacted by the group regarding a replacement physician. In addition, when I called to inquire about it, they forwarded me to the MDVip phone number. I don't know if they are getting a kick-back from them or what, but I found this to be quite inconsiderate. I finally did get my physician changed to the only one left in the practice that is accepting patients, and I suppose that will have to do. This whole experience has been quite a mess. Personally, I hope the MDVip group finds itself stranded with few patients willing to fork out the ridiculous fee. It's a poor idea, and only benefits the physicians.

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I used to love this group. As said in the previous review - four of the physicians are leaving the end of May to join MDVip. I personally do not see the benefit of such an arrangement, and quite frankly - I pay too much for health insurance already. Why would I want to add another $1500 a year to that? My real complaint with the group is their utter lack of communication regarding this. I consider myself to belong to the group, more than just one physician. However, I was never contacted by the group regarding a replacement physician. In addition, when I called to inquire about it, they forwarded me to the MDVip phone number. I don't know if they are getting a kick-back from them or what, but I found this to be quite inconsiderate. I finally did get my physician changed to the only one left in the practice that is accepting patients, and I suppose that will have to do. This whole experience has been quite a mess. Personally, I hope the MDVip group finds itself stranded with few patients willing to fork out the ridiculous fee. It's a poor idea, and only benefits the physicians.

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Primary healthcare at it's best. Great staff, easy appointments, short doctor waits, excellent referrals to specialists, close to labs, modern equipment. Also excellent central location and convient parking. Only current negative concerns four staff doctors departing in May to join the MDVIP network based out of Flordia. Could be a good move for them, however leaving several thousand present patients, who cannot afford the membership fee or will not be accepted by the MDVIP network due to a smaller patient base, without primary health care.

The scrambling to find primary healthcare doctors for dropped patients from this group and another Cincinnati group doing the same thing with MDVIP, we may be talking about 5000, will be horrendous.

At this point no announcement or patient contact from the remaining Hyde Park Internists group explaining or re-assureing effectived patients has been forthcoming. The next few months will answer the question, can Hyde Park Internists maintain the superior rateing they have earned to this point serving Hyde Park and surrounding areas with the best primary healthcare in the tri-state area.

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Primary healthcare at it's best. Great staff, easy appointments, short doctor waits, excellent referrals to specialists, close to labs, modern equipment. Also excellent central location and convient parking. Only current negative concerns four staff doctors departing in May to join the MDVIP network based out of Flordia. Could be a good move for them, however leaving several thousand present patients, who cannot afford the membership fee or will not be accepted by the MDVIP network due to a smaller patient base, without primary health care.

The scrambling to find primary healthcare doctors for dropped patients from this group and another Cincinnati group doing the same thing with MDVIP, we may be talking about 5000, will be horrendous.

At this point no announcement or patient contact from the remaining Hyde Park Internists group explaining or re-assureing effectived patients has been forthcoming. The next few months will answer the question, can Hyde Park Internists maintain the superior rateing they have earned to this point serving Hyde Park and surrounding areas with the best primary healthcare in the tri-state area.

 

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