About Dr. Timothy Rider
Thank you for scheduling your appointment with our office. New patients are required to arrive 30 minutes prior to appointment to complete registration. If you were unable to provide any insurance information at the time of scheduling, please contact our office with your insurance details prior to your appointment. If we do not hear from you, your account will be considered self-pay and any charges will be due in full at the time of service. Timothy Rider is a considerate and dedicated primary care doctor and family physician serving the community of Peoria, AZ. Dr. Rider attended Temple University, where he received his medical degree. He completed his residency in family medicine at Harrisburg Hospital. Dr. Rider is a part of Abrazo Medical Group Denaro Plaza. He is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. He is also certified in basic life support. Dr. Rider’s professional goal is to continue providing high quality care. Outside of his practice, he enjoys cycling, hiking, tennis, snowboarding, and spending time with his family and friends. Dr. Rider is deeply committed to the well-being of his patients. He takes a thorough and precise approach to his consultations to ensure that he is consistently giving accurate diagnoses.
- Family Physician
- Primary Care Doctor
- American Board of Family Medicine
Education and training
- Medical School - Temple University, Doctor of Medicine
- Harrisburg Hospital, Residency in Family Medicine
- West Chester University (Bachelor’s)
Awards and publications
- Certified in Basic Life Support
Dr. Timothy Rider's office location
Abrazo Medical Group Denaro Plaza
Abrazo Medical Group
10180 W. Happy Valley Rd, Suite 100
Peoria, AZ 85383
Patient reviews for Dr. Timothy Rider
Very professional and informative. Complete explanations.
The staff is friendly and professional. Wait time was minimal. Clean, nice office.
Dr Rider is very thorough and has a very caring attitude. He takes time to listen and follow through.
I am very satisfied
Very busy practice. Tried calling a couple of times to schedule but the robot said there were 13 callers on hold. Next time it was 16 callers ahead of me. So I scheduled online. Once at the office I observed that everybody was very rushed. When they called me from the waiting room, I had trouble getting up from my chair due to back pain and the snarky nurse said to take my time because she gets paid by the hour. She needs to be reminded that her pay comes from patients (customers) like me. Their efficiency is great, but it seems like the staff might be a bit overstretched.
Dr. Rider was professional and very interested in helping me with my medical issues.
My appointment today went well. I was seen promptly and Dr. Rider was very thorough and professional. I appreciated the fact that when he recommend certain tests that I declined, he did not push me on it and respected my wishes.
Never in a hurry, and always very pleasant. Usually sees you close to appt. time.
New to the area and needed to establish myself with a new doctor. Dr. Rider was great and I go tot know him as he also got to know me. Very comfortable saying he's my new Doctor and will recommend to anyone!
Went to Dr. Rider initially to get tested for strep throat instead of paying more for an urgent care facility. I was able to get an appointment same day through Zoc Doc and I didn't have a PCP anyway yet so I thought why not. A few months later I went back for symptoms of fatigue, dry mouth, and GI issues. He sent me to a Gastro for a colonoscopy. He also ordered an ultra sound of my liver. I was grateful and in agreeance for both suggestions. He had some labs done on me two weeks apart. Both showed high platelet counts. He thought the first high platelet count was due to an infection I had the first time, but didn't know on the second test. Mentioned something about having me tested a third time and if they were still high he'd send me to a hematologist. Colonoscopy good. Ultrasound unremarkable fatty liver. Radiologist suggested MRI. Nurse said Dr. didn't see a need for MRI or more labs but still wanted to see me back. Asked did he want to see me back if no more labs and no MRI and what about checking platelets again? Asked for Rider to call me. He didn't. Always had his nurse call me. She said oh yeah he did want to check your platelets again. I'm frustrated. I guess I just don't really get what a PCP does other than a physical and order labs. I was disappointed that he wouldn't call me back himself about why he didn't think I should have the MRI, but I'm not surprised. I know the day I called he had open appointments after I called because I had to cancel mine that very day and they left a message to reschedule for several time slots later in the same day. I don't believe he was too busy, but of course I don't know for sure. His nurse Stephanie is outstanding!!!! She gets right back to you and is very helpful. I am also very impressed with the phlebotomist (don't know her name) and a lady named Lupe. I will not be going back to Dr. Rider. I don't feel he took the time to really assess all of my symptoms and try to figure things out. I felt he too easily passed me off to specialists.
I wouldn't recommend him as a Dr but the staff in his office are amazing
Very pleasant and professional. Did not feel rushed.
I really appreciate how attentive Dr Rider is. I definitely never feel rushed and I appreciate all the questions he asks. I’ve recommended Dr. Rider to a few neighbors and they love him too.
Great Doctor that cares!
Very thorough. Doctor very knowledgeable and detailed. Highly recommend.
Dr Rider did not rush and took time to talk to me about any questions I had. Very good experience.
Dr. Rider and his staff are amazing, especially Stephanie. They are always knowledgeable, friendly, and make each visit a great one. I recommend Dr Rider and his staff to everyone!
He actually listened to each of my problems and helped me come up with a plan of action for each of my issues.
He listened, didnt over prescribe, was candid about his opinion in effectiveness of various treatments. Will go back, and that is saying something as i haven't had a PCP in 5 yrs.
Dr Rider took the time to find out what was going wrong with me. Took the time to send some reading to a specialist so they can give there input on it.
Good doctor that listened to my description of my neck issues and didnt rush me. Well done and thankful
Really happy he is what I really look for in a doctor he was a well dressed clean cut consearnedin my health and my being at that moment he was fast and he had me in and out of their just in time I was so happy too I felt I was in good hand and the 2 ladies nurse and front desk lady were so helpful and they may sure I was in and out and even made sure I get the correct in fo to the specialist close to where I live and the things I need done can all be done in the same office I. The same day I like it so much their I'm looking forward to my follow up and the place was nice and clean and refreshing
Dr Rider is very maticulous and very thorough. His attention to detail is appreciated and the office is extremely organized. I enjoy my time and feel very well cared for.
Dr RIder needs to relax and listen to the patient. He is a knowledgeable doctor yet very rushed and is very rehearsed and needs to spend more time listening to the patient
Rather abrupt with answers. Felt like he was rushing through my first time meeting with him. At conclusion of visit I mentioned that even though I'd been doing more regular exercising for a little over a month recently but actually gained 2#. His only reply to me was don't eat out in restaurants. Quite an assumption on his part & a rather rude reply. Certainly not a very helpful answer. He didn't ask me any questions about my eating habits, which are pretty healthy by the way; lots of fruits/veggies and homemade soups, etc. No fast food and my husband & I only eat out 2-3 times month. Thus. I've decided on a different Dr.
Listens well; suggests solutions; and implements follow up.
This was my initial visit. Had to complete paperwork and answer background/ medical history questions so it got a little tedious. It's all necessary though and the staff was very pleasant and professional.
Not a clear diagnosis and was referred to eye dr.
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