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Have you seen Dr. Keith Whitmer?
December 11th, 2016
November 27th, 2016
Dr. Whitmer barely acknowlegded me when he came into the room. He did a cursory exam and I pointed out the pathology on my arm. He scheduled me for surgery after doing a shave biopsy. The day of surgery, once again he barely acknowledged me. His surgical technique was terrible. I had a 2 cm lesion on my arm and he made an 8 cm elliptical incison that left a huge scar on my arm because of his closure technique which was substandard. He shouldn't be doing surgery. I have experience doing surgery and his technical skill is substandard at best. DO NOT USE THIS PHYSICIAN, HE IS INCOMPETANT AT SURGERY.
July 10th, 2014Misdiagnosis
I went to Dr. Whitmer for several years after Dr. Aulisio got too busy to be responsive. Dr. Whitmer looked at two different "suspicious" places and said both were fine. Both within months were biopsied at Shands and turned out to be squamous cell carcinoma. I imagine they misdiagnose occasionally but two in one year on the same patient?
April 23rd, 2012Moles
August 12th, 2011
December 11th, 2010totally ineffectual, ridiculously expensive
Cost nearly $500 for "removal" of two bumps, took about 20 seconds worth of effort on his part and guess what: I still have both bumps. This guy obviously does not give a flip about fixing people's skin problems but he charges up the yin yang. I'd avoid him to the fullest possible extent. Lowest possible rating. The scale does not go to minus infinity but that's what I'd give him.
May 29th, 2010
February 25th, 2009TERRIBLE
His misdiagnosis one of the worst experiences I've ever dealt with. I am not the only one
June 15th, 2008Pleasant experience
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