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Posted on January 15th, 2016
I met her today. She seemed to be nice, attentive. Her dog is in the office. She had a welcoming receptionist. Pretty nice visit overall. I would recommend her.
Posted on September 19th, 2015
This Doctor let me walk around with a severe injury acting like I was being a baby. She also came out into the lobby in front of staff and other patents and talked about my issues and scolded me about asking for a MRI? When I confronted her about her behavior she acted like it was nothing. When I first saw her 3 months after my surgery she made fun of the fact that the injury was 2 years ago and I should be back to normal. She is also a pill pusher deciding that I was a diabetic and had heart problems when in fact I had no long term problems with either. I recently found the main problem causing me horrible pain was a medication she had me start taking when i was seeing her.
Posted on August 6th, 2015
Not a smoothly run practice, not a good "bedside manner." I feel rushed. Frankly, I don't feel respected as a patient.
Posted on March 12th, 2014
Dr Wyatt and her office assistant are warm and respectful. I never have trouble getting my calls returned promptly or getting an appointment when I need it urgently, even on a Saturday. It is so nice to have a doctor that cares and knows you instead of being sent to Urgent care or waiting 2 days for a phone call to be returned.
A cold fish
Posted on September 30th, 2013
Medical competence no doubt is high. Communication is cold, distant and abrupt, borders on rude. No thanks.
Posted on September 12th, 2013
Dr. Wyatt is a nice enough person, but she forgets how she is treating her patients and needs reminders about plans, treatments, etc. Furthermore, she has extremely inflexible policies, and relies on a very rigid woman at the front desk to hold the line, with no possibility of extenuating circumstances. If you want to talk directly to the doctor, you must be prepared to pay for it. This would be fine, if the front desk was capable of making appropriate judgment calls, but she cannot or isn't permitted to use any rationale except the policy. This means you might go without needed medications, interrupting treatment, unless Dr. Wyatt specifically noted in your file that you are allowed a refill between appointments. The overall effect is patronizing, frustrating, and medically inconsistent care.
Posted on October 20th, 2012
Dr. Wyatt takes the time to care for you as a person, not just a problem. Her office is comfortable and her receptionist is very polite and helpful. I received excellent medical care and would recommend Dr. Wyatt to anyone.
Posted on September 8th, 2012
Dr. Wyatt has a pleasant office and receptionist. You never feel hurried there and they are very helpful. The doctor takes her time with you and lis ...
Posted on March 29th, 2017
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