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She is really great with my elderly mother. Mom is in a challenging place, and Dr. Churchill and her team, including her wonderful social worker do an excellent and thorough job.
I have been seeing Dr. Churchill for 10 years. I have moved several times and tried to keep her all times. I now live 1/2hr away and it is a bit inconvenient but I have been trying to find a comparable doctor but no luck at all. Dr. Churchill remembers her patients, even if she doesnt see you for over a year. I feel like she knows me and cares. She patiently listens to all my issues and addresses each one. I never fell rushed and trust her opinion and medical advice 100%.
Dr Churchill is caring and professional. She goes above and beyond to make me feel comfortable. Would highly recommend her. Cannot say enough.
She has No bedside manner, treats office staffing like they are her slaves. Stand clear of Acton Medical, it is like a conveyor belt, all they want is the money!!!
Professional and very knowledgeable. Warm and caring. Spent time on discussing my issues/ needs. Followed up on my blood work results and next steps. I would recommend this MD to anyone ( although I dont think shes taking new patients at this time ).
Called on a Sunday to inform me of tests and discussed next steps. Good bedside manner
Unprofessional and disappointed is an understatement. I had a routine cholesterol test done and when she called me back with the results, she said that they were high and she wanted me to come in to discuss going on medication, but that it could wait a week or two. Two days later I was in the hospital with excruciating pain and was diagnosed with acute pancreatitis. It was then that I found out that the cholesterol test was over 500 and by the time I got to the ER my cholesterol was over 1000! This was gross negligence on her part, as I was already on the road to pancreatitis in her office and if she had put me on medication immediately it was have stopped everything dead in its tracks. I was hospitalized for a month between Emerson Hospital and Brigham and Womens, and ended up needing my gallbladder removed after I recovered from my hospitalization. Needless to say, I left her practice. I am only in my mid 20s and will be on medication for the rest of my life, thanks to her.
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