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SLUCare Physician Group
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2.5 out of 5 stars

Cortez Crockett
Cortez Crockett

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

The worse patient response care ever. They take up too much of your time as a learning institution. I just want to come for my appointment on time, be seen and get out of there. I have also been trying to get a prescription filled for three weeks now and can’t get it done! SLUdoesnotCARE.

Jason Hofstein
Jason Hofstein

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Horrible experience...wouldn’t allow my dog to visit this assembly line System...especially SLU Care Phychiatry .. they are teaching students at the expense of the patients . Dr Sood in Phciatry shouldn’t be practicing medicine. Anybody who is seeking medical services, just remember you know your body the best, unfortunately there are doctors who are outliers, that don’t agree what is best for patient. They base there opinions on biased data and outdated methodologies. I wish I had better things to say, I wasn’t asking for a miracle, just a little empathy . Bottom line, I don’t spend my time trying to pick apart google maps doctors, I assure you I have much better things to do with my time. I wouldn’t wish the way I was treated, on a body who is fortunate enough to seek medical help paid for by insurance. The businesses of medicine is fundamentally flawed. Slu Care Phychiatry is unfortunately apart of the system, designed to care for their patients, who instead end up hurting them instead and by not paying attention to how they say they feel, sometimes it’s hard to describe how you feel, it’s important to find someone that really cares about your overall quality of life, with the goal of making quality of life at the very least manageable. When choosing a medical provider, you should interview them first, and make sure they are a good fit for your personality. My overall experience at this facility is unacceptable and I felt it was important to voice my opinion. Good luck in choosing a “quality” medical provider.

If they cared enough to take my complaint seriously, I would give them one more chance to make it rite...and revaluation my review.

Robert G
Robert G

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

I had major surgery from Dr. Robert McDonough, urologist.. The surgery was very difficult and took a long time however my life has changed considerably since that day, I have a quality-of-life like I’ve never had before and I love St. Louis University and their physicians, Thank God for them.
Here’s an interesting tidbit.
Born in 1949, was a very sick baby. Had life saving surgery in 1950 at Furman-Desloge Hospital. Now known as St. Louis University Hospital.
Had a life-saving surgery last year (2017) in August
at St. Louis University Hospital.
Did full circle with St. Louis University Hospital. From the bottom of my heart, thank you SSM.

Kacey Tait
Kacey Tait

1 out of 5 stars

posted 9 months ago

Doctor prescribed me Malaria drugs that you're not supposed to take if you have an anxiety disorder (which I listed on my form). While isolated in the jungle, I felt like I was about to die from panic attacks and I had to risk my health and stop taking them. The doctor could've easy read this in the drug description.


5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

My son's rheumatologist is here.
Excellent doctor.
He knows everything about juvenile arthritis.
He has written books about it.

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