Chesapeake Integrated Behavior

Psychiatry • 2 Providers

224 Great Bridge Blvd, Chesapeake VA, 23320

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Chesapeake Integrated Behavior is a medical group practice located in Chesapeake, VA that specializes in Psychiatry.

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No sense of urgency. Refuses to refill vital medication (Zoloft, Buspirone)even if you have a history of these Illnesses for over 15 years, unless you are seen at the facility once a month which is an inconvenience for patients with no means of transport. Malpractice and patient negligence are consistent. Prescribed my father seizure medication as an off brand treatment for bipolar disorder after never diagnosing him and saying “anxiety and bipolar go hand in hand.” Insinuated my dad intentionally mislead the ED by not telling them he was taking Valium when he had been 6 times prior for treatment for panic and anxiety attacks. She called out sick on his appointment day with knowledge of the frequent attacks with the next available appointment two weeks out. She instructed him to “go to the ED as you see fit” and that she would work out medication issues at his appointment. The ED stopped providing him with treatment even after he disclosed having suicidal thoughts.
What went well
  • Staff friendliness
What could be improved
  • Difficult to schedule appointment
  • Didn't explain conditions well
  • Didn't trust the provider's decisions
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Sep 29, 2021
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I started going to her seeking to become medicated for my mental health issues. I feel like she doesn't actually listen or care about the things I tell her. My life is heavily effected by my depression and ADHD, yet she only ever medicates me for my depression. She gives me things that give me brain fog which I can't deal with, I have enough trouble focusing as is. Have been on many different medications for over 3 years with no luck, I've lost all hope of getting better. I told her I wanted to medicate my ADHD instead, I feel like I would be less depressed if I could actually focus and do the things I want to do without becoming easily distracted. She says I dont have ADHD, even though I have that diagnosis on record. She probably thinks this because I sleep a lot because I'm low energy because of my depression, but my mind is extremely hyperactive which contributes to poor sleep (I sleep during the day and am awake at night) She refuses to medicate me for it.
What went well
No results
What could be improved
  • Didn't listen or answer questions
  • Appointment was rushed
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AG – Jan 22, 2021
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Dr. Gaddis is pleasant and takes care of my needs. Always knows whats best for me. She has helped me tremendously with all my problems. I would recommend her to fix you up!
What went well
  • Office environment
  • Appointment scheduling
  • Listened & answered questions
  • Explained conditions well
  • Staff friendliness
  • Appointment wasn't rushed
  • Trusted the provider's decisions
  • Wait times
What could be improved
No results
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jim in Chesapeake, VA – Jun 30, 2016
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Great doctor, tells it like it is.
What went well
  • Office environment
  • Appointment scheduling
  • Listened & answered questions
  • Explained conditions well
  • Staff friendliness
  • Appointment wasn't rushed
  • Trusted the provider's decisions
What could be improved
No results
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dave in Chesapeake, VA – Jun 18, 2016
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She has absolutely no bedside manner, is hard to understand, and does not take into account symptoms caused by the medication she prescribes. She refuses to accept that antipsychotics, especially injectables, have withdrawal symptoms, and treats her patients with condescension. She embarrassed me in front of my parents by reading my past psych history out loud, rather than read it to herself, and would not apologize, even though I said I was uncomfortable and was visibly agitated. Not returning.
What went well
No results
What could be improved
  • Office environment
  • Difficult to schedule appointment
  • Didn't listen or answer questions
  • Didn't explain conditions well
  • Staff wasn't friendly
  • Appointment was rushed
  • Didn't trust the provider's decisions
9 people found this helpful
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Ryan W in Chesapeake, VA – Apr 01, 2016
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