HealthGrades has a consumer rating of 2.58 stars from 110 reviews indicating that most consumers are generally dissatisfied with their purchases. HealthGrades also ranks 32nd among Doctors sites. The most common issues with HealthGrades are around customer service, which is not as good as expected by some customers.
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Dr R has provided excellent health care since I started seeing her in Sept 2019. Dr R is a professional, intelligent and caring physician, not to mention her warm smile. At my request, Dr R also kept my family informed of my progress. Regarding my condition, I will continue to see Dr R as long as it takes and I would refer her to family, friends and other patients for quality healthcare.See positive reviews
I have no interest in them and they keep annoying me by popping up. There is no place to unsubscribe.See critical reviews
Tip for consumers: Healthgrades probably screens reviews and rejects you. Maybe don't put text at all.
Healthgrades.com is a scam. Their information is totally incorrect. I have been a licensed therapist for years, and they publish my name (without my consent, of course) with the title of Intern. They also publish names of colleagues I have worked with over the years who retired or quit long, long ago! Do not use them as a resource for anything. Jill Margaret Hoffman, LMFT, California
This is the primary issue with this site and similar sites. They let people post "reviews" that can be false, made up and fraudulent under the cloak of anonymity.No one from Healthgrades will respond to you; although, if you contact Healthgrades by e-mail, you will eventually receive a response stating that you can sign up for instructions on how to improve your ratings; for a fee. It's also called extortion. The only way you can successfully have a negative review removed is by hiring an attorney and sue.
Healthgrades reviews doctors and hospitals, as well as dentists and dialysis centers.