Steve Loeschen DO Patient Reviews
- Family Medicine Austin, TX
4 Patient Reviews
- Wait Time 10 minutes
- Easy Appointments
- Friendly Staff
- Fair and Accurate Diagnosis
- Bedside Manner
- Spends Time With Patients
- Appropriate Followup
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1.0 of 5
July 23rd, 2011
Under No Circumstances Should You See Dr. Loeschen
Dr. Loeschen may be a competent doctor; however, his receptionist who is also his wife is rude, mean, and ill tempered. He allows her to degrade patients and verbally attack them, as well as openly criticize and complain about health plans in the office. I used to like him, but now question his judgment in allowing this unprofessionalism and substandard patient care continue in his presence. Run away as fast as you can!
5.0 of 5
March 7th, 2011
He is a fabulous doctor, but....
Steve is a fabulous doctor and I have never had an issue getting an appointment to se him, wether it's just a cold or possibly something major. He is located near several major medical facilities and can refer you to an expert for consultation when needed. However... his receptionist is usually in a foul mood. She appears irritated when your trying to pay your copay and she can often be overheard muttering negatively about people/patients she was just speaking to on the phone.
5.0 of 5
February 19th, 2010
The Family Doctor -- Recommended
Shows an understanding of the body as a whole. Very positive approach. Explains problem and treatment options thoroughly. Recommended
2.0 of 5
January 28th, 2009
Doctor is okay but his office staff is horrible
Don't go here if you want to be screamed at by Diane his office bullie. She's rude and nasty and clearly does not like her job and doesn't want to help anyone. I also disagree with Dr. Loeschen's policy of charging $10 for referrals he's required to issue under the terms of his insurance contracts. He complains the insurance don't pay him enough to do "administrative" tasks that are a normal part of practicing medicine. If you're that unhappy then drop the insurance and become a cash pay practice and quit trying to make the patients pay for your administrative tasks.