Dr. Gibler and her support were amazing! Everyone from reception, to the nurse, to the Dr. Gibler was very friendly. Dr. Gibler took her time speaking with me and I never felt rushed.
I like my Doctor.
Positive attitude kept me at ease as a new member
Dr. Gibler took the time to get to know me as a new patient, listened to all of my questions and had an honest conversation with me surrounding all of my health concerns. She treated me like a person who mattered, not just a number, which is how I felt with my previous doctor.
Dr Gibler is always so pleasant and super nice
I didn't have a very long wait, I didn't feel rushed by the doctor, I felt listened to.
Loved meeting Dr. Gibler. I really liked her.
Quick and pleasant experience. The doctor made me feel very comfortable and made sure to answer any questions I had.
Love Dr Gibler. Only complaint was couldn't get into Harrison office and waited over an hour in the lobby to be seen
Dr. Gibler is an amazing doctor. I feel very comfortable talking to her and asking her any questions I may have. You can tell that she really cares about my well-being.
This was my first time seeing Dr. Gibler (seeing her now since Dr. Wiwi has retired). She was very nice and professional. I feel very comfortable with Dr. Gibler being my doctor now.
Dr. Gibler was awesome.
Dr. Gibler talked with me before starting the check up, and listened to whatever concern I might have. She also found what could have a been a potential health problem and referred me somewhere quickly.
Have been going to Seven Hills for years. This year I had to see a new doctor because Dr. Wiwi retired. My daughter also goes to Seven Hills and recommended Dr. Gibler. Best recommendation ever. Dr. Gibler was so nice and made me feel very comfortable. She took the time to listen to me and I didn't feel rushed. Couldn't have been a more pleasant visit.
Dr. Gibler is attentive and takes an interest in her patients.
Dr. Wei was very professional as well as personable. Made me feel very welcome and comfortable.
The doctor was wonderful explaining everything and making me feel comfortable.
Dr. Gibler is great! Friendly, empathetic, knowledgeable! Receptionists are also friendly and helpful.
I came in believing we were talking pre-op only to find out not only we were not doing surgery but basically we weren't going to do anything. No extra tests or anything. I was in the ER the day before because the pain was so great from this ovarian cyst that I have and to be told we aren't going to do anything is upsetting. I pay $90 every time I come to the office and have to find someone to watch my kids. While I can afford it, I shouldn't be brought in for a conversation that can be held over the phone. Also, to have such excruciating pain that we aren't willing to do anything about is unnerving. The pain is debilitating. Luckily my PCP has hooked me up with a surgeon who is willing to take it out. The pain hit again terribly again this week. It was insanely awful, luckily I keep all my medications and had pain meds to take otherwise I would have gone to the ER again. I found out from the surgeon that ovarian torsion can't be seen on an ultrasound always, it's a coin toss. To find this out after a few visits to your offices and to the ER, was slightly unnerving. Considering how much time and money was spent and I was told it couldn't be torsioning(spelling?). And if I had had my wits about me the last time I was there I would have shown the timeline to my pain vs my periods and they don't align with ovulation. And After seeing CT scan and that my uterus is being pushed all the way to my right side, that seems like it could be an indicator as to why I haven't gotten pregnant(one of the reasons they didn't want to operate). I'm not sure the doctors at the practice can even view CT scans, which is also unnerving. I like Dr Gibler, she delivered my second, she did a great job. She was up front with me about how she felt about the situation and told me to get a second opinion, which I know I don't need to be told. She did discuss it with the whole practice apparently. I just don't understand why we wouldn't be testing for anything or asking more questions to put the puzzle pieces together when someone is in such excruciating pain that they end up in the ER. I do take full responsibility that I didn't give them a timeline of pain and periods but I also didn't realize I needed to fight for my cause.
[Highly satisfied] Because the service from the front desk to the doctors are all great.