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September 26th, 2017
April 12th, 2016
November 5th, 2015Staff totally lacking positivity and compassion
Dr Mcollum came very highly recommended. And my visits with him have been ok at best. No positivity or encouragement whatsoever. The wait time is longer than acceptable most times. His staff is absolutely awful. They are so rude and so unhelpful. You can't call without feeling like an idiot because they are all so put out by the questions I'm asking. Let's face it, if you are going to see Doctor McCollum you are in bad shape. You are scared and full of anxiety and questions. You will find zero compassion here. From making appointments, questions about insurance, and reporting side effects to the nurse you will find you are not only battling cancer, but the fictitious "team" their commercials promise. Look for a doctor with some compassion. Talk to him about what they will do to help you between visits. You are fighting the battle of your lifetime and you need positive people around you to encourage and cheer you on!
December 29th, 2011a doctor's doctor (the best)
Dr. McCullom is very punctual! We have been under his care for over 2 years and have never had to wait an excessive amount of time for an appointment. He is UTSouthwestern and Harvard-trained, and treats only colon cancer. You cannot get a more caring, competent and intelligent doctor to help you fight the big battle of your life than he. He is at the top of his game every day. We are a medical family, so we are very picky about our doctors. Texas Oncology is a big practice, but we have only had great experiences with all the staff as well as Dr. McCollum. Make your appointment with confidence. You will get the best of care here.
April 6th, 2010former patient
August 8th, 2009
Dr. McCollum's staff is friendly and helpful. I've even had one of the nurse practitioners give me a hug. The doctor is open to all my questions and spends as much time as needed. He draws pictures of what's going on with my liver to help explain. It's obvious he's intelligent, knowledgable about his specialty and cares about his patients.
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