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Family Practitioner, General Practitioner
20 years of experience
Accepting new patients

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Overall Rating:
3.0
  • Currently 3 of 4 stars
Total Ratings

23

Total Reviews

12

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Ease of Appointment:
  • Currently 2.8333333333333 of 4 stars
Promptness:
  • Currently 2.7272727272727 of 4 stars
Courteous Staff:
  • Currently 2.3846153846154 of 4 stars
Accurate Diagnosis:
  • Currently 3.2727272727273 of 4 stars
Bedside Manner:
  • Currently 2.9090909090909 of 4 stars
Spends Time with Me:
  • Currently 3.0909090909091 of 4 stars
Follows Up After Visit:
  • Currently 2.6363636363636 of 4 stars
Average Wait: 26 minutes
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  • Currently 2 of 4 stars
 |  Horrible Office Staff  |  show details
Dec 13th, 2013

Dr Day is not the problem. His Office manager Joyce is. She is very rude and is definitely the reason why my wife and i will no longer go there. I called in regards to a bill i received that should have been billed as routine preventative. She began to yell at me saying i didn't make the appt right etc. When i called to make the appt i explained exactly what i needed. THEY made the appt accordingly. If she has issue with how the appt was put in their system then she should discuss that with her staff. I could not believe how rude she was. Unfortunately it will cost him our business and many more if that is how they treat people. I DO NOT recommend going here and by the many other comments regarding the poor treatment from the office staff i don't think many people would.

  • Currently 2 of 4 stars
 |  Communication Please!  |  show details
by Barbara B. on Nov 15th, 2013

I suppose Dr. Day is a good doctor, but seemingly simple communication takes, almost literally, forever. I've been waiting for an Rx to be faxed to Preferred Home Care for over three weeks. Preferred Home Care calls his office, calls me and tells me they will "get the fax within the hour." Another week has passed and I am still waiting. Promises, promises.

  • Currently 1 of 4 stars
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by Donna on Mar 29th, 2013

I have been a patient of Dr. Day's for 12 years. I currently have no insurance and his fee went from $45 to $100 a visit overnight. I am 61 years old and need medical attention, having been in and out of hospital and was told to follow up with my doctor. However, my doctor is booked for the next two weeks, is always too booked to see patients when they are sick. If you want a doctor you can rely on when you are sick, steer clear of this one.

  • Currently 3 of 4 stars
 |  He's nice, His staff is rude!  |  show details
Jan 31st, 2013

Don't email his office, even if they have emailed you. There is nothing on the email to indicate that the email address given is for outgoing email only. You'll get a rude response back if you do. Don't even think about inconveniencing them either...like asking them to fax your blood work referral to you. His office girl actually told me that it was inconvenient for them to do so, even though Quest lost my paperwork and I have to go back. He's really nice but some of his office staff needs to learn some basic customer service manners.

  • Currently 1 of 4 stars
 |  Office staff needs customer service training bad  |  show details
Aug 1st, 2012

Inpatient and rude on the phone...dr is polite and no problem but apparantly doesnt know how his staff treats patients and drops the balls and then blames patient for wasting thier time...unbelievable! kept us on hold forever and then gets mad at us for wasting thier time...lol

  • Currently 1 of 4 stars
 |  Avoid Alamo Medical Center  |  show details
Jan 13th, 2011

We were just enrolled in Aetna HMO and we were trying to obtain a Primary Care Physician. We chose Mark N. Day, D.O. as PCP for both me and my wife. He apparently shares office space with Dr. Angela S. Miller in the Alamo Medical Clinic. As far as we knew he was independent of the Clinic and just sharing space there with an office staff of his own.We had reviewed ratings for Dr. Day and we were impressed enough to request him as our PCP. We made appointments and chose him as our PCP through the Aetna web site.A couple of years ago my wife was seeing Dr. Miller as her Primary and has not seen her since. My wife received a call this morning to let her know that she could not see Dr. Day as the office policy at Alamo did not allow you to switch doctors once you had seen one of them. They consider this "flip-flopping" (Their Words). They told her she would have to see Dr. Miller. Doctor Miller does not accept Aetna HMO and could not be our primary physician even if we wanted her to be.My wife tried reasoning with the office staff. She did not curse them or use any foul language but her voice did rise during the conversation and she ended up being put on hold a couple of times. They accused her of abusing them over the phone. She spoke with someone in Dr. Day's office who reiterated the policy and then told her that they did not want her in their office and furthermore I should also find another PCP.Is this anyway to treat people? This is a pig-headed, uncaring, policy, especially when the doctor who is so afraid of someone else in her office getting money from a prior patient that she would condone such a policy. I can see her point if she accepted Aetna HMO which she does not. You are only money in her pocket.We called Aetna and let them know what was going on. They were flabbergasted at the treatment we received. They said they would have a regional manager reach out to them but we told them we would never have anything to do with an office that treated us so miserably.If you are unfortunate enough to be a patient in this office just remember that once they see you they think they own you

  • Currently 2 of 4 stars
 |  Rude obnoxious male nurse  |  show details
May 14th, 2010

male nurse was nasty, rude, not empathetic to patients, patronizing. Need to find other line of work not working with the public

  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
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Nov 23rd, 2009

A great doctor and well worth trusting your health to, even the refered doctors say he is great.

  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
 |  Very caring doctor  |  show details
Jul 15th, 2009

I was referred to Dr. Day when a change occured in my insurance and I liked Dr. Day quite well. I was then able to return to the referring doctor and only stayed with him for a few months due to his attitude and his unprofessional office staff. I returned immediately to Dr. Day's office. He really listens to concerns and is willing to try things that may not be his idea. He also gives samples to try meds before writing a prescription and incurring a cost to the patient. I would HIGHLY recommend him and his staff is great! This is a man who truly understands family and is a doctor that has his family working in his office!!

  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
 |  Day Mark Do is GREAT!  |  show details
by Citysearch User on Jun 22nd, 2009 on insiderpages.com

I have been a patient of Dr. Day`s for the past 5-6 years and think he is a great doctor. Most importantly, he listens to what the patient ...

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  • Currently 3 of 4 stars
 |  Great Family Doctor  |  show details
by Citysearch User on Oct 22nd, 2005 on insiderpages.com

Have used Dr. Day for nearly 8 years now and really appreciate him. His is a great family doctor and his staff is supburb. Located at Wigwam...

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  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
 |  Dr. Day is our family doctor  |  show details
by Citysearch User on Aug 9th, 2005 on insiderpages.com

We have had the fortune of having Dr. Day for our family doctor for over 5 years now. He is an expert in most fields and is so helpful in al...

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