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Posted on December 22nd, 2016
His only concern is pill pushing. Makes you come in for refill only to charge your insurance. His false eyelash weave wearing receptionist is just as nasty and rude as he is. I can't believe they are working with mentally ill patients. He sees patients but I never see any medical files.
Posted on September 12th, 2016
Personable, empathetic, answers all of my questions and explains in a way I clearly understand. Specializes in addiction and recovery. He was recommended to me back in 2004 since I suffered from panic attacks as well as mild to moderate depression. This doctor is very knowledgeable and helped me.
Posted on July 23rd, 2016
Posted on February 26th, 2016
Dr Mgbako has been Doctor for 13 years(approx). He is the best Doctor overall I've seen before. Very honest and caring b
Posted on January 27th, 2016
Stay away. Patients are people with rights and needs, doctors should help and are service providers, This office does not understand this basic concept. Dr. Mgbako is unreachable "too busy", he does not provide help, he does not offer medication advice, he is a stone wall. His staff consisting of a young angry girl yells, demeans and argues. I have never experienced such a cold, uncomfortable, terrible doctor experience.
Remove his license
Posted on December 16th, 2014
Honestly the worst doctor experience in my entire life. His office is dirty, his staff and himself are downright nasty. He should have to go back to school because he has absolutely no idea what he's doing.
Posted on December 18th, 2010
Dr. Ambrose Mgbako, instead of talking and assisting with coping skills, immediately prescribed medication. The prescribed medication was contra-indicated for people with elevated glucose levels and labeled "dangerous" for people with diabetes -- it did not matter to him -- he tried to bully my son into taking the medication when my son resisted claiming he should not believe the labels or the information provided by the drug company because they were only protecting themselves against lawsuits. A few months ago he prescribed high doses of abilfy without checking my son's bloodsugar -- 2 weeks later my son was admitted to the ICU with extreme diabetic ketoacidosis and blood sugar levels of over 1200 (twelve HUNDRED). Dr. Mgbako never bothered to check his blood sugar before prescribing abilify; yet tests showed that my son's blood sugar was extremely high for at least the previous 90 days.
In it for the money
Posted on July 26th, 2010
Dr. Mgbako's main objective is seeing as many patients in as few minutes. Prescriptions, not therapy.
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