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January 22nd, 2015
Dr. Parsons was called by my oncologist to suggest treatment for my rare case of esophageal cancer and subsequent secondary stomach cancer. He treated me with an "out of the box" procedure and prolonged my life for almost 4 yrs., when no other doctor would consider taking my case. I have a strong medical background and can honestly say that this doctor is highly qualified and is willing to go beyond the "norm" to save life. He is caring and has remarkable insight. His demeanor is somewhat abrupt at times, when he has a high patient volume and heavy schedule. He always is caring and shows concern.
December 8th, 2011
December 8th, 2011Amazing!
Dr. Parsons is an excellent physician. His dedication and expertise is amazing. He is also very caring. I would absolutely recommend Dr. Parsons!
October 1st, 2011
Dr. Parsons was by far, the most unprofessional doctor I've ever seen. He has absolutely no bedside manne. He's rude, arrogant and quite frankly very prejudice in my opinion. If you are overweight at all I wouldn't advise you seeing this quack. He evidently will not even listen to your symptoms and will immediately blame it on your weight. He literally had me in tears after he told me that I caused all of my health issues because I'm overweight. He literally called me fat! I have cancer in my colon and it's my fault he said! Shame on you Dr. Parsons! You're evidently not a physician because you love to help people but we are all just making your wallet fatter!!
March 3rd, 2011
I am disabled with back injuries. I had a severely acute pancreatic attack. I was hospitalized for two weeks in intensive care. I was referred to Dr. Willis since no one could find the cause of my pancreatitis. His office saw me a week later. When Dr. Willis found out I had medicaid he decided I wasn't so sick and didn't need the endoscopy. He told me to wait until I got on medicare then he would do it. He then said I was fat and didn't look all that sick. He then told me to eat every thing I wanted even though the protocol is to consume a low fat and low fiber diet. Other than that he is rude, condescending and holds himself in high esteem above others .
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