At 63 years of age, other than eye doctors and dentists, I have only been to see a doctor maybe a handful of times and I was not impressed. The time I spent waiting to see the doctor greatly exceeded the time I spent with the doctor. My wife had similar experiences many more times than I had.
I knew the time would come where something age related would come up and I would need to seek medical attention. As fate might have it, Dr. Dillman opened up her practice near where I live. I noticed the sign go up before she was open for business so I Googled it to learn more. Early last week, I visited the MD2 web page, read the testimonials and decided to make an appointment to see for myself.
To my pleasant surprise, I spent quite a bit of time with Dr. Dillman as she put together my medical and family history. An exam followed and when that finished, we already had the results from some blood tests. Dr. Dillman and I then sat down and she went thru all of the findings. We then discussed the plan moving forward.
Isn’t this what the practice of medicine is supposed to be like? Maybe a better question is: When did we get so accepting of the “other” way.
I wish Dr. Dillman and her husband the best in their new endeavor. With this level of patient care and attention, how could it be anything other than successful.