Dr. Maggie is a God sent! She really knows her stuff...., Apr 6, 2013
I had been taking my daughter to her previous doctor for over a year for a chronic problem and he was unable to figure it out. Within 2 minutes Dr. Maggie knew what the problem was and how to fix it. If it was not for her my daughter would still be suffering. She is very knowledgeable, and offers many ideas for natural remedies to things if you are interested in trying them. Great doctor!
Dr Shimkus is a gem, a highly recommended oncologist..., Mar 17, 2013
Dr Shimkus treated my wife's glioblastoma, working with doctors at MD Anderson. He is the most accessible and compassionate doctor I have ever had the experience of knowing. For instance, he has his cell number on his business card and responds to calls or text messages on weekends and evenings!
Nasty woman - unprofessional and too arrogant - waste of money..., Feb 28, 2013
She was arrogant and attacked me as well as other Drs during the appointment. She misdiagnosed me and prescribed something that inflamed the problem. She doesn't have the knowledge to support her arrogance. She is just flat mean. Had to wait an hour and no one else was in the office. Was she at lunch and I had to wait? I went back to my other Dr that was no longer on my insurance plan because $25 copay to her was an over payment.
Unfortunately, I can't recommend her. Lacks privacy sensitivity!..., Feb 6, 2013
I saw this doctor once. Her office is very small which would be fine, except while I was there in the waiting room, I could hear everything she was saying during her phone conversation with the insurance company or someone like that. This included the patient's i.d. number, medical problems, lab report results, etc. I couldn't believe it! Doesn't this violate HIPPA laws?? She was using a phone in the front reception area but could prevent this by having a phone in back part of office. Toward the end of our appt., I told her I was concerned about her making calls from phone in front, and I could hear everything she was discussing about a patient. Instead of taking responsibility for the situation, she blamed it on her office, other patients, and then me. She said that that unfortunately she has a small office; that sometimes the reception door gets left open when patients walk in; and that most patients aren't listening for something like that. LOL, ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!!! She may be a good doctor regarding a broken bones and such (I don't know), but she is clueless about protecting patient privacy! No thanks!