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October 14th, 2016
August 4th, 2016excellent
August 27th, 2015
July 8th, 2015A+++ PROVIDER
May 9th, 2014
I started seeing Dr Anderson a few months ago for some depression and overall tiredness. At first I liked him and the way he described the condition. It was a short appointment and I just changed my meds to the evening. I then left multiple detailed messages about having to stop taking my medicine for 3 weeks so that I could take a sleep study. He would call me back but would not leave a msg on my personal line. (I do not have the flexibility to answer calls while I work.) As a result we were never in contact and I was forced to stop the meds without his advice. After the study I started the meds and had an appointment to discuss changing them. He decided to change them and since I didn't have a refill he just had me switch without stepping down from the current medicine. (I could have refilled it-the cost is under $10 but he didn't suggest it) Both times I stopped the meds I went into extreme lows. As I realized this wasn't normal for me I called at 1pm on a wednesday and left my work number. I was at work till 9pm and no call. No call thursday or friday. Saturday night I was struggling so I called the answering service and told them it was an emergency. He called back and told me to stop the new med... I started to ask questions about what I should be taking (I was in extreme emotional distress and very concerned about myself and wellbeing-this is not something that I have ever felt before) The problem with this doc is he didn't care. He never asked if I was ok, or if someone was with me to keep an eye on me, or if I would hurt myself. He DID tell me it was close to 9pm on sat and to call him monday between 12-5p. This is a doctor that works with mental health and I was NOT ok that night and he just changed my meds and really didn't care about my well being or health. I was so disappointed in his lack of professionalism. I hope that he retires because he clearly doesn't care about his patients. Please choose another Dr. unless all your problems fall within business hours.
March 11th, 2013Rude and not reliable
November 21st, 2012
August 6th, 2012
He didnt spend much time with me or really ask questions about my diagnosis. I felt like I could just tell him what to give me and he would give me anything. I didnt feel like I was a person, just another appointment with money.
January 1st, 2012Unreliable Dr.
My overall experience with this Dr. and his staff was awful. The secretary who works here is very rude and impolite. Dr. Anderson would never return my phone calls wheather it was an emergency or to try to book an appointment. I had to call numerous times and finally get angry in my voicemails before he would return my calls. I also had a difficult time getting him to call in my refills. When you are serious medications such as the ones he prescribes, you need a Dr who will be reliable if you have an issue, and this man is not.
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