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From what I have seen he is just a dope pusher. Gives narcotic upon narcotic upon narcotic. Helps to ruin lives. All they have to do is call and ask for narcotics and he calls them in he should be run out of business and I will see what I can do!
Dr. Connolly takes the time to listen to your very need, you don't feel rushed. He provides excellent care.
I would not recommend this physician unless you are okay with a diagnosis that is not accurate together with an excessive amount of medication that does more harm than good.
Extremely great guy. Takes care of all patients in a timely, professional manor and has real regard and compassion when it comes to just about everyone. Jokes around and makes the experience much more comfortable and follows up when he should. Hard-working. Friendly and someone I would recommend.
Enter at your own risk. Horrid "doctor". Pill giver. Total disregard for patient care. Be very wary of this so called "doctor".
Receptionist Linda is just mean/rude/abusive. Other staff tell lies either by omission or just flat-out lying when calling for information. Absolutely zero patient-doctor confidentiality - Connolly & staff openly laugh/complain/whine about other patients and they practically invite you to join in the bashing. He throws a prescription at you for everything. Muscle aches = Lortab 10. Crude jokes dominate the entire appointment. Seriously should not be in the medical field. Please, save yourself the agony. Look for a respectable doctor. This "doctor" & his staff need to be shut down. Surprised nobody has sued him. Yet.
DR conolly is very professional and caring.
You know how most doctors offices can be. You wait hours to get in to a room then another hour to see the doctor. The doctor spends all of 10 minutes with you. Then you wait another hour to be discharged. By the time you get to the pharmacy you are mad, tired, and sick of waiting. Well, Dr. Connolly's office is not that way. He is a one man show. His staff does not over book him. So his wait time in the office is very short. He spends time with his patients to get to know them and by the time you leave you feel better from the care you have recieved.The only down fall is it can be hard to get in to see him short notice. If you are sick call right away. Before his office opens and leave a message. In fact I call twice!He is worth it.
The doctor is very nice and attentive with very well bedside manners, but his office staffer, Linda, could learn come customer service and friendlyness. One thing she needs to put foremost is that the patients are the reason she receives a pay check! Some courteousy on her part is needed or perhaps she should be replaced.
long wait, finally got to see him. he was okay in exam room. But once you leave that room, he will not even notice that you spoke to him. He used to be nice, but now is short spoken, distant.His office is also short and bordering on rude. They were just plain rude on the phone. They must realize that i don't work for them, they work for me.All in all, I think he is a really nice guy but needs to take a year off and get a new staff.
With only one doctor and an office staff which moves in slow motion, this is not the place to go. After getting referred for blood work, I heard nothing afterwards. When I called, the response was "oh, we don't call if we don't see any problems." When I showed up at 11:30 am with a son with a fever, the shrew behind the desk smirked at me and said "Your appointment was at ten." When I asked if she had called anyone about that, she snapped that "it wasn't their responsibility to keep appointments" and then lied about calling my wife. There as no call on the log. They won't be getting a penny more of our health budget and should not be getting any of yours. Proceed at your own risk.