This is a response to a review on March 10. The person's comment seems to be they couldn't hear me well, that they had to lean forward to hear. I am very sorry for that. The patient then says "My Bad"... I'll take them at their word. If you can't hear well then the polite things to do is to let someone know. Same thing if you speak too loud... you don't want people thinking you yell at them.
Quite frankly, I don't remember the incident. No disagreement, no disagreeable person, no confrontation, no billing issue, no medical mistake, etc.
He/she rated me one star out of five... which is the same rating that you'd give someone that committed medical malpractice.
If a patient is this critical then I'm glad they are going somewhere else. For the reader...how would you feel in your life if you got graded like this? Someone leaned forward to hear you so your medical degree and 30 years of practice are worthless? That's just something to think about when you read these reviews.