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Doctor, refuses blood work going, forward!
Self-verified patient of Dr. Jeremy R Grogg - Posted on March 12th, 2020
What doctor, tells a type one diabetic, “ HE, refuses too do anymore blood work going forward!” WHAT?? When a metabolic panel, is suppose, too be done for : safety of type one diabetic health, insurance standards, and over all better health and diagnosis! He himself told me he does NOT read reviews of him! Thyroid problem, forget his care!
Self-verified patient of Dr. Jeremy R Grogg - Posted on February 8th, 2020
Dr. Grogg spent around 45 min with my husband and me explaining not only my thyroid labs results and imaging, but how a normal thyroid functions vs how mine was functioning. He was very straightforward regarding my diagnosis and treatment options, providing pros and cons for each option. While having a new thyroid diagnosis is upsetting, I walked away knowing I was in good hands and able to make an informed decision. He and his office follow my care closely with labs, phone calls, and office visits. After reading some of these negative reviews, I was worried to see him, but after my initial and subsequent appointments, I am so happy he is my endocrinologist.
Can't believe he is still practicing
Self-verified patient of Dr. Jeremy R Grogg - Posted on December 7th, 2019
I have had Hashimotos for over 15 years, and every four/five years meds need adjustments. He said he doubts I have a thyroid problem. Won't prescribe adjusted med that has worked for me, said take this...what ever he believed was best. I called into office two weeks later, I was very sick, my thyroid was so enlarged it was hard to function. I was told to just keep taking the med for at least two months. I'm not stupid, but he sure is.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Jeremy R Grogg - Posted on October 24th, 2019
I was referred to Dr Grogg by my family physician. I haven't felt good since getting my thyroid removed from cancer. I exercise 40-50 minutes, 5 days a week on the treadmill and I can't lose any weight. Dr Grogg told me that at least my husband and I could fit into the xlarge chair!!! He also told me that my other complaints were in my head!!!! Who does that?? And he's an endocrinologist & metabolism specialist???!!!!
if your problems are endocrine seek help elsewhere! You’re life depends on it
Self-verified patient of Dr. Jeremy R Grogg - Posted on July 20th, 2019
I saw Dr Grogg after having to switch to Fort Wayne endocrinology because of issues with making it to Indy every week , he refused to believe my previous diagnosis as it’s “too rare , your blood sugar isn’t high enough “ he has little to no understanding of how the endocrine system truly works , doesn’t even know what a circadian rythym is or that cyclical cushings and denied my previous diagnosis I’d fought years to get because he didn’t catch a cycle on the first and only test he ran . Please if you value your life find a more credible endo
SCHEDULER is, HORRIBLE!
Self-verified patient of Dr. Jeremy R Grogg - Posted on May 21st, 2019
The person one needs too schedule appointments with is , lackadaisical and in apologetic about her mistakes! Does NOT take her job, seriously! Does NOT follow through, as she, herself, says she will do!!! Causing huge mistakes too occur! Receptionist needs too do as says will do and follow as computer says too do! F - for this rude behavior!
Top notch specialist in his field
Self-verified patient of Dr. Jeremy R Grogg - Posted on August 30th, 2018
This Endro is a breath of fresh air! He pays attention too invivdual details for patients and excellent insulin pump therapy all around! Reminds me of JOSLIN Clinic teaching! Type one on insulin pump! Type one 34 years top notch care!
puzzeled by bad reviews
Self-verified patient of Dr. Jeremy R Grogg - Posted on August 17th, 2018
I find it hard to believe negative comments. I found Dr. Grogg very personable and informative about my condition. His staff was also very kind and considerate.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Jeremy R Grogg - Posted on August 2nd, 2018
Treated very rudely. I waited almost 2 months for an appointment. I have been not myself for almost 3 months. I am in my 50"s and I know when I am not myself! But not according to this DR! My husband went with me to the appointment and we both were astounded at his comments and rudeness. I could barely get out of his office before breaking into tears. I am a strong female who has owned her own business for 16 years and not thin skinned. I am very sorry that my primary physician referred me to him. I will be letting my primary doctor know about the non-treatment provided by this DR. If you are expecting this DR to help you find out what is going on with you DON'T GO! He does not do that sort of thing, his own words! So if you already have a diagnosis maybe if you can put up with the rudeness. However I would be greatly concerned if you ever needed him to figure something out if things did not go as planned.
Virtually zero answers
Self-verified patient of Dr. Jeremy R Grogg - Posted on July 30th, 2018
I waited over 3 months to see Dr.Grogg as I was referred to him by my primary doctor. My primary doctor informed me (after running several tests), that my thyroid was way off. Referred me to Dr Grogg. My wait time was only 3 minutes in the waiting room. The nurse seemed to listen and emphasized with my test results and concerns. When Dr Grogg entered the room 5 minutes later, he never introduced himself. Typed on the computer the whole time. I felt half listened to. He explained to me that there are several other people whom have autoimmune diseases, that attack major organs in their bodies. I was lucky that I didn’t have one of those diseases. He dismissed my concerns and those of my primary doctor, entirely. He told me there was no treatment for my thyroid and that it would “eventually shrivel up”! Then I would possibly want to start a medication for my thyroid as replacement therapy. Seriously! Back to the drawing board for a new, non condescending doctor, who hopefully will listen, investigate, and try to help me be proactive before it’s too late.
I'm happy I left him!
Self-verified patient of Dr. Jeremy R Grogg - Posted on July 12th, 2018
I saw him a handful of times. He's arrogant. Rude. And a horrible Dr. Asking ME who prescribed my thyroid meds. And it was HIM WHO PRESCRIBED THEM! he sits behind his computer typing the whole time doesn't answer anything and doesn't address any concerns. As a former thyroidcancer patient I thank God he was never my original endocrinologist! I probably wouldn't be here today. So thankful I switched doctors! I'm just sorry my primary physician recommended him before his retirement. My primary would've never recommended him knowing what a poor physician he is. He needs to be let go.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Jeremy R Grogg - Posted on March 4th, 2018
Dr Grogg is very arrogant and has no people skills. I asked him why I was so sore and if it was due to my medications and what changes I could make. His answer I am 2 years younger than you and I don't have diabetes and I am sore. He came into the room typed on his computer asked me why I was there to see him. Then continued to type on his computer 10 minutes later he said ok we are done. His nurse does not have any better attitude or people skills than he does and when I was with his nurse practitioner Jessica Escobar she prescribe several prescriptions for me and when I asked what reactions I might experience by taking all of these she said, she didn't know and it was not her job to know. In process of reporting her to the Indiana State board so hopefully they will investigate her. Both Grogg and Escobar are in the wrong profession.