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Friendly, dedicated, thoughtful and compassionate about her patients. My only criticism is that she often runs late in her appointments probably because she spends her time generously with her patients. Another drawback is that she does not process insurance claims so the burden falls on the client.
I started seeing Dr Cooper after becoming completely frustrated with being told to diet and exercise more by other doctors. Her holistic approach to fixing my metabolism has changed my life. I exercise for enjoyment and health. I eat what I want when I want it. I have lost 50lbs in 3 years and all my blood work continues to get better and better. Best of all I never worry about what I am eating. Life is so less stressful. Dr. Cooper has the answer other doctors need to listen to her and learn about what she is doing.
I LOVE DR.COOPER. SHE IS KNOWLEGEBLE., COMPASSIONATE FRIENDLY,AND EASY TO TALK TO. I MISSED HER AS MY DOCTOR.
I adore Dr. Cooper. She is professional while being down to earth, funny, welcoming, and personal. She knows her stuff and delivers it in a way in which I can understand exactly what is going on.
Dr. Emily Cooper is incredibly down to earth while being highly knowledgeable. Her bedside manner is tops, and her sense of humor refreshing. It is inconceivable to me that anyone who has worked with Dr. Cooper would be anything short of thrilled.
Emily Larmore Cooper, MD, is an internist at the Sand Point Internist group. Her photo is on this page, but the address is incorrect AND she is an internist, NOT the sports medicine family doctor who also has the name Emily Cooper. Emily Larmore Cooper, the internist, is one of the most compassionate physicians you will find. AND, she is a great listener. I highly recommend her! There are no negative reviews to be found of Emily Larmore Cooper, the internal medicine physician!
Doctor Cooper has been my doctor for several years now and she has seen me through several significant health challenges with genuine warmth, excellent clinical skills and great sensitivity and professionalism. She is, by far, the best doctor Ive ever had and whenever I go to her with a problem, I feel listened to and confident that she both understands and knows what to do about it to help me. Significantly, I never feel like a sick person when I talk with Dr. Cooper. She has a way of interacting that makes her a partner in my health, helping me find solutions with intelligence, kindness and grace.
I addressed a specific issue with Dr. Cooper which she refused to acknowledge. She said she would call me with her decision, which I found odd. I sat by the phone almost as if I were waiting for a date to call. Over a span of four months every time I came in she said she would call but never did. It was routine outpatient discharges with no f/u to my concern. I find it interesting someone noted in their rating that she had a temper because thats exactly what she has. During one of my visits her face got red and she barked at me for absolutely no reason. I ended up finding a experienced primary care physician and was able to communicate my problem effectively. Some people really just shouldnt be doctors or nurses.
I have been a patient of Dr. Coopers for nearly three years. Excellent diagnostician and caring. Would highly recommend.
I saw Dr Cooper over the coarse of a year and when she could not easily solve my issues I got an email that she was discharging me from her practiceleaving me very ill without any referral or monitoring while transitioning to a new provider. I then looked at the washington state licensing site and found that she has had her licensure challenged for inappropriate relationships w/patients. I left her office sicker, out over $20,000.00 (out of pocket!) and with a deep distrust for the medical community. Interestingly, I established care with a new provider and am doing wonderfully, and this provider knows how to set professional boundaries and maintains ethical and professional standards to their business. I will never set foot back in Seattle Performance Medicine nor would i ever send my worst enemy there.
Does not bill insurance or accept any so my visits are all out of pocket very pricy but care is so good I keep going. I love this dr.
I really liked Dr. Cooper (of Seattle Performance Medicine) at first. She seemed very knowledgeable and had a good bedside manner. I continued to see her for followup visits for another year or two, but have since returned to seeing my PCP instead. I find appointments with Dr. Cooper to be very expensive and her lack of followup / collaboration with other providers has been very frustrating to me. Also not too happy about the randomness of the tests she ordered in the past sometimes hard to see progress when youre testing different things each time!
One is family/sports medicine who has a boutique out of pocket practice in Fremont & the other is internal medicine in Sand Point. I think vitals.com has both their info & reviews mixed up.
My very first appointment was rescheduled. I waited over 30 minutes in the waiting room and I waited about 20 minute in the examining room. I saw her and I was not impress, she seemed disorganized and wasnt much help. She was suppose to call me after she did some research to gather more information because she didnt have an answer. I waited, waited and waited about two weeks. I called her office and she responsed that she forgot to get back to me. Since that was last September. I called to make another appointment late spring and she was not available for more than two months. I called again and made another appointment which was four weeks was her availability. Appointment was set and the office call me to reset the appointment. I understand she only works three days a week. If her load is full she should refer her patients out instead of risking her patients health.One time I called the office and was put on hold for some time and this receptionist was rude and hung up on me after saying Oh, youll still on the phone.
I had seen Dr. Cooper a few times and she kept ordering more and more tests, without discussing with me her rationale or if they will be covered by insurance.One of those tests was not covered and my insurance company advised me to get a letter of medical necessity from Dr. Cooper, then they will cover.I tried for more than 6 months to obtain that letter, and eventually was told Dr. Cooper does not have time for that.I ended up in deep financial problem, since I got stuck with a $3000 bill, I had to get a second job and I am still not done paying my medical debt for a test that ended up being noninformative and not adding any value to my treatment whatsoever! All that because i COULD NOT GET A SIMPLE LETTER STATING: THIS PATIENT does INDEED NEED THIS TEST. I understand doctors are busy, but this doctors unavailability had a catastophic effect on my life!
Dr. Cooper has terrific communication and listening skills. She has a warm bedside manner. She incorporates holistic measures before jumping to her Rx pad. She digs deep to helpin my case, unexplained weight gain, etc., that other MDs blew off as menopause (I have ALWAYS been active and watched my diet). I feel she and I are working as a true team regarding my health. I am having some very nice overall results and have Dr. Cooper to thank!
At first I had no problems with Dr. Cooper but that is because I had few medical issues. When I presented her with a problem not only did she become rude and condescending but she was disrespectful to me as a patient. Rather than referring me to a specialist she sent me on my way and NEVER called back. I was disappointed that because she chose not to help me as a patient and brush me off.
Dr. Cooper is excellent what she does. I had problems that went undiagnosed for years. Through observation and thorough tests she was able to diagnose and successfully treat me. She treat each patient as unique and does not jump to medicate. She takes her time to thoroughly look at a problem. She is great at appointments, answering questions and taking her time. The staff is always available for questions and even when Dr. Cooper was on vacation, she made sure my patient needs were responded to.
Dr. Coooper and her staff were extremely difficult to communicate with. During an appointment, she was focused and responsive, but when questions arose after a visit about significant medical treatments that she was recommending, she was far less so. I left repeated messages without receiving any response.
Shes got a great and rare combination of skill sets and qualities: MD knowledge, tons of expertise in sports medecine and nutrition, great listener and observer, problem solver, researcher, collaborative, persistant, patient, caring a pleasure to work with.
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