Patrick M. Mueller, MD

★★★★☆
  • 3800 Parks Nicollet Boulevard

    Minneapolis, MN 55416

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  • 952-993-3123

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Many years of experience. Speaks 4 different launguages. Takes those patients who speak different lauguage nit needign interperters. Speciality in dermatology as well ans pediatrician.

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Many years of experience. Speaks 4 different launguages. Takes those patients who speak different lauguage nit needign interperters. Speciality in dermatology as well ans pediatrician.

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The jury is still out on this one. I picked this clinic mostly because of its proximity to my home. I would say my experience was not the best of the pediatric office. The nurse didn't seem to know anything about age appropriate skills of my son (15 months old). The room was pretty sterile and boring for a pediatrician's office (no toys, books, pictures or anything). The nurse also didn't seem to pay any attention to my son or engage with him at all. The Dr. Mueller came in. He was nice and polite to me. Took plenty of time getting history on my son and explained his observations many times to ensure I understood. However he barely even regarded my son. I found it peculiar that he is a pediatrician and didn't seem to want to make my son smile or laugh. He didn't even talk to my child during the exam, just told me how to hold him. I'm not sure that it matters about his interaction with my son, I'm not sure that makes or breaks a good doctor. So the jury is still out with Dr. Mueller.

The lab in the clinic is a totally different story. The lab tech that collected my son's blood was a disaster. She seemed like she had no clue what she was doing. *warning graphic detail to follow* Blood was all over. She couldn't control my son's hand to get the blood draw and kept having to leave the room to get more materials (pen, lab paperwork, vials, you name it). Meanwhile my son and I were strapped into a chair and he felt trapped and scared. He was screaming and crying and she didn't talk to him or try any comforting techniques and while I was trying (but was behind him and trapped so very ineffective), it did not work. It was a disaster. I had multiple blood stains on my clothes and my poor child was covered. She seemed very unprepared and unprofessional. I am guessing it wasn't her first blood draw but I think she should think about not doing pediatrician work.

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The jury is still out on this one. I picked this clinic mostly because of its proximity to my home. I would say my experience was not the best of the pediatric office. The nurse didn't seem to know anything about age appropriate skills of my son (15 months old). The room was pretty sterile and boring for a pediatrician's office (no toys, books, pictures or anything). The nurse also didn't seem to pay any attention to my son or engage with him at all. The Dr. Mueller came in. He was nice and polite to me. Took plenty of time getting history on my son and explained his observations many times to ensure I understood. However he barely even regarded my son. I found it peculiar that he is a pediatrician and didn't seem to want to make my son smile or laugh. He didn't even talk to my child during the exam, just told me how to hold him. I'm not sure that it matters about his interaction with my son, I'm not sure that makes or breaks a good doctor. So the jury is still out with Dr. Mueller.

The lab in the clinic is a totally different story. The lab tech that collected my son's blood was a disaster. She seemed like she had no clue what she was doing. *warning graphic detail to follow* Blood was all over. She couldn't control my son's hand to get the blood draw and kept having to leave the room to get more materials (pen, lab paperwork, vials, you name it). Meanwhile my son and I were strapped into a chair and he felt trapped and scared. He was screaming and crying and she didn't talk to him or try any comforting techniques and while I was trying (but was behind him and trapped so very ineffective), it did not work. It was a disaster. I had multiple blood stains on my clothes and my poor child was covered. She seemed very unprepared and unprofessional. I am guessing it wasn't her first blood draw but I think she should think about not doing pediatrician work.

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