Doctors >Diabetes Service University Hospital
1350 Walton Way, Augusta, GA | Directions 30901-262933.470963 -81.981763
Some good doctor, some bad doctors – Randolph Smith who works at Augusta Plastic Surgery and is a top board member at this hospital can't tell the difference between a bump and a skin cancer. He did a Z-plasty on a bump without informing the patient. Several reviews have been written about him that have been replaced under other names. Who is Sandy Woodward? Does this person work at Augusta Plastic Surgery? You'd be more likely to see this person before you see Randolph Smith at the office. He has no interest or time for his patients. When he finally shows up he does a procedure that is not necessary and rediculous. Very sloppy work! I saw another practice at this hospital less than a month later, I was told to massage the puckered up areas and knots and hopefully they would improve. It improved, it fell apart.
Randolph Smith is not at all professional, he lacks skill and compassion. I wish I had looked on the internet and found out what kind of doctor he was. I was not the first bad review he got and I won't be the last! I know others may say he is a good doctor etc, I can only tell you of the experience and treatment I got from him. I wish he had been a good doctor with me. Then I would not be messed up now!!
I think what was done to me was a z-plasty , but I don't know for sure. You have to guess what was done. If this was the procedure why was it done on a bump that would have disappeared? Isn't Randolph Smith a specialist that works on skin cancers? Isn't there a less invasive procedure? Shouldn't a biopsy be done before a person's face is cut up? Shouldn't the patient have a say whether to have a procedure done? Shouldn't the patient have the right to know what is going to be done? What kind of doctor would treat a patient the way Randolph Smith does? Is this how this hospital, Augusta Plastic Surgery and this doctor operate? Hopefully, some patients are lucky with him, why was it that I had to be one of the unlucky ones?
IS IT COMMON FOR DR. SMITH TO NOT TAKE THE TIME TO EXAMINE OR CONSULT WITH THE PATIENT?
IS IT COMMON FOR HIM TO DO A PROCEDURE WITHOUT EVEN KNOWING IF IT IS NEEDED? IS IT COMMON FOR HIM TO DO A PROCEDURE WITHOUT FIRST INFORMING THE PATIENT AND GIVING THEM A SAY WHETHER THEY WANT THE PROCEDURE DONE? IS IT COMMON FOR A PATIENT TO HAVE TO GO ON THE INTERNET AND GUESS WHAT WAS DONE TO THEM? IS IT COMMON TO HAVE THE PATIENT HAVE TO ASK OVER A YEAR LATER - WHAT WAS DONE TO THEM, HOW IT WAS DONE AND WHY IT WAS DONE ON JUST A BUMP. IF SO I DON'T WANT TO SEE A DOCTOR WHO IS COMMON, I WANT TO SEE A DOCTOR WHO HAS SOMETHING IN COMMON WITH ME - LIKE MY WELFARE AND INTEREST IN ME.
WHY DR. SMITH WERE YOU A COMMON DOCTOR WITH ME. I KNOW YOU CAN BE A GOOD DOCTOR THEN WHY WEREN'T YOU ONE WITH ME. PLEASE TELL ME WHY I WAS ONLY WORTHY OF SEEING A COMMON DOCTOR?
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