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November 16th, 2015Too busy poor scheduling
I love dr. Weir as a dr but his office staff and nurses leave little to be desired for. Very rude when requesting prescription refills because they don't question what for and they're incompetence has left me dressing my appts. Not to mention, don't plan on getting in and out-it's a 2-3 hour trip because they're so overbooked. Would be wonderful office if the staff was competent.
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October 27th, 2011Rating Dr. Weir
May 19th, 2010ARROGANT... AND HIS STAFF TOO...
Unfortunately, there are few specialists in this field that practice in this city. I believe this can be a contributing factor to the overall ARROGANCE and overall attitiude by this doctor and his staff. They are rude, unaccomodating and make you feel as if they are doing you a favor by seeing you for an appointment. Don't expect to speak the doctor if you want to ask a particular question about treatment,results etc. Your important medical questions will be taken by a non licensed staff member. Your important medical questions are relayed, then expect a waiting period while the very important doctor reviews your file, then relays back his reply to non licensed staff not even considering you may have additional questions he may compassionately make himself available, if he took time to return calls himself, this would take a few minutes of his time, instead his choice is to practice the "waiting game" method with your medical questions by his non licensed staff off. mgr. file clerk etc., I have yet to have a nurse return my calls about treatments. Good luck if you choose this doctor with your medical needs.
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