Robert M. Taylor, MD

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Scheduling is horrible, as well as the nurses who lack compassion. The doctors are rude and could care less about what is the problem with you.

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Scheduling is horrible, as well as the nurses who lack compassion. The doctors are rude and could care less about what is the problem with you.

Pros: Didn't have to wait long to see Dr.

Cons: The Dr. didn't care about my problem, was more in a rush to see me out of there

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As you might guess service depends upon the individual. I saw one doctor for 20+ years who failed to diagnose - or treat - four or five difficulties. Thank God nothing life threatening. Communication was poor and did not wish to answer much in the way of questions. I tried to get in with two other highly recommended doctors at the practice only to be told they were not accepting new patients. Leaves one to believe if you're any good - you're unavailable - and you have to take what's leftover.

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As you might guess service depends upon the individual. I saw one doctor for 20+ years who failed to diagnose - or treat - four or five difficulties. Thank God nothing life threatening. Communication was poor and did not wish to answer much in the way of questions. I tried to get in with two other highly recommended doctors at the practice only to be told they were not accepting new patients. Leaves one to believe if you're any good - you're unavailable - and you have to take what's leftover.

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The only review states how wonderful the practice is. My father saw Dr. Taylor for 3 years without him diagnosing him with type 2 diabetes and high bloodpressure. Another physician within their staff diagnosed him. The review states how attentive they are focusing on taylor, i comletely disagree. My own experience with the staff is poor as well. Not all are bad. But they are over worked and spread too thin. Not a practice I would recommend for someone i love.

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The only review states how wonderful the practice is. My father saw Dr. Taylor for 3 years without him diagnosing him with type 2 diabetes and high bloodpressure. Another physician within their staff diagnosed him. The review states how attentive they are focusing on taylor, i comletely disagree. My own experience with the staff is poor as well. Not all are bad. But they are over worked and spread too thin. Not a practice I would recommend for someone i love.

Pros: Nursing staff compassionate

Cons: too many patients, spread too thin

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If you are looking for a primary care physican's group that largely gets in right, Family Practice Associates is the real deal. Robert Taylor, MD and his many associates are the best physician's in the area. Patients come first; themany rigors of insurance are handled by the competent staff. Waiting room time can beproblematic; bring a book.

Dr. Taylor himself, is competent and caring. He provides a high level of care with compassion. The family care emphasis helps patientes to put their illnesses in perspective.

On the negative side, scheduling an appointment, particularly with Doctors Taylor, Heyman, or Lee can be difficult for acute care. Generally, however, one can see a partner within a day or two or reach the doctor by telephone.

A newly established voice mail, automated system is a vast improvement and will lead to higher satisfaction, I'm sure.

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If you are looking for a primary care physican's group that largely gets in right, Family Practice Associates is the real deal. Robert Taylor, MD and his many associates are the best physician's in the area. Patients come first; themany rigors of insurance are handled by the competent staff. Waiting room time can beproblematic; bring a book.

Dr. Taylor himself, is competent and caring. He provides a high level of care with compassion. The family care emphasis helps patientes to put their illnesses in perspective.

On the negative side, scheduling an appointment, particularly with Doctors Taylor, Heyman, or Lee can be difficult for acute care. Generally, however, one can see a partner within a day or two or reach the doctor by telephone.

A newly established voice mail, automated system is a vast improvement and will lead to higher satisfaction, I'm sure.

Pros: competent, caring, intelligent and warm

Cons: appointment schedulin, busy office staff, parking

 

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