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I take a multi-disciplinary approach to all my patients' problems. Pills may take the edge off of severe symptoms, but often are not the only answer to relieving a person's suffering. I strive to sit with my patients and listen, as well as I can, to their life story, free from judgement or prejudice. Together we can find a pathway from suffering to recovery.Read more
Christopher Wiegand, MD, is a general psychiatrist currently in private practice in Tucson. Dr. Wiegand has a clinical focus...Read more
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Overall Patient Satisfaction
Likelihood of recommending Dr. Wiegand to family and friends is 4.3 out of 5
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"Patient satisfaction" can be difficult to define, especially in the context of physicians' ethics and professional conduct.
Often in the mental and behavioral health fields, patients can become angry or upset at their treaters. After all, unlike other specialties, psychiatrists talk to their patients about deeply personal and sensitive topics. Sometimes, this anger is expressed in the form of negative online reviews.
For example, a patient may present to my office requesting a stimulant for ongoing fatigue. When I find out that they are not sleeping well, I may first suggest adhering to a sleep hygiene regimen. The patient may walk away angry, and leave a review of straight "one stars".
I would encourage any patient who has an established relationship with me to come to me personally and talk about angry, upset, or frustrated feelings before acting upon them in a public forum.