Sievers Sidebar #5

Discussion in 'Dr. Teresa Sievers' started by Greater Than, Jun 17, 2017.

  1. Chelly

    Chelly Well-Known Member

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    Hello sherribear, You had a horrible experience and I hope the authorities have dealt with it to your benefit. As a former patient of Dr. Sievers, can you share some of your experiences with her and tell us a bit about the office routine. Thanks.
     
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    Oregonmama Well-Known Member

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    I am so anxious for this trial. Almost 3 years and TS needs justice!
     
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  3. sherribear

    sherribear New Member

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    Sorry for the late response, I was on vacation! First of all, I am in the Healthcare field and I have managed several group medical practices, so my take on her office is from that point of view. I remember thinking to myself several times that I could do a lot to spiff up their practice. It was a small office and the receptionist was a male (Not that there was anything wrong with that--but there was always something every appointment that I had to remind him of or correct him on) Then I found out it was the PA's husband. Nice guy--just not the role for him. The office Manager was Dr. Siever's husband Mark and I saw him twice in the 5 years that I was her patient. Which was a really good thing because he presented himself in a very poor fashion. He appeared to be arrogant and sloppy. If you had any questions on your bill or account information you had to call him. He would never return your call....at least that was my experience. The office was not a well run machine....

    As far as Dr. Sievers is concerned: She was top notch and that is why I continued going there. She had a passion for her patients and it was evident when you met with her. She always took time with me and wanted to help me get to the bottom of every issue. She had an excellent referral system with other doctors and when I had to go in for a procedure she got me in with a specialist in that field within a week. She had a great sense of humor. I always left her with a Feel Good feeling. If she would have had good office management and different systems in place she would have gone FAR in her practice.

    She had pictures of her children all over the office. She spoke of them often and you could "feel the love". She had recently obtained her Masters in Womens Anti-Aging and she was branching out to help women in this regard. She helped me
    in so many ways and I miss her terribly. I cannot believe this whole nightmare and I cannot believe how long it is going on with no trial in sight!
     
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  4. Chelly

    Chelly Well-Known Member

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    Thanks so much for answering my question sherribear. Appreciate reading an insider's view of TS' practice and staff. The delays in this case make me so angry I could spit nails.
     
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    Seattle1 Well-Known Member

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    From the 4/24 hearing -- looks like both MS and CWW have grown their hair out! Also re-calling the "honey," and "baby" text message exchanges between the two...will we ever know the truth about this childhood bond?

    Next hearing 6/28/18!

    http://www.winknews.com/2018/04/24/attorneys-sievers-case-wait-evidence/
     
    Last edited: Jun 20, 2018 at 7:11 PM
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