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Qualifications and Experience
Mr. William Campbell is MetroHealth’s Clinical Programs Director. Mr. Campbell is certified as an HIV specialist by the American Academy of HIV Medicine and certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. His other areas of other specialization include obesity and weight loss, HIV Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). He is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. He has over a decade of Nursing experience working with varied patient populations and currently serves as our Director of Clinical Programs. Mr. Campbell is the winner of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioner DC state award for 2013. He is a fluent Spanish speaker.
Verified Patient Reviews
Very professional and to the point.
This was one of the worst doctor's visits I've ever had. The entire appointment to see the doctor and get blood work took over two hours. I had to wait 45 minutes to see the doctor and almost an hour for the blood work. Multiple incidents occurred during my visit. 1) When the assistant left the room for me to get undressed, she forgot something and came back in without knocking after I started removing my clothes. Instead of apologizing and closing the door, she continued in to do something on the computer while I awkwardly tried to put my shirt back on. 2) I came in for a specific medical issue and told the doctor. I had blood work done and they did not test for that issue! After the appointment he apologized if we discussed it because he forgot, but that was the point of the entire appointment. 3) During the appointment, he mentioned I had an issue that might need to be treated, and asked if I would like to treat it. I said yes. He said okay, so I assumed I would be prescribed something, but the front office said he either forgot or did not know what I was talking about. I am unsure why a doctor would not tell me during the visit how to treat the issue at home if that was what he meant, as I went to the doctor for information instead of google. 4) I had blood work done and was sent the results, which are acronyms and ranges. There was no explanation of what anything meant, and I had to google all the results. There was no after discussion of anything I should be watching or changing, even though some of the ranges were outside the normal level. In conclusion, there was no point in seeing this doctor as it accomplished nothing except wasting my time.
They took me back to the exam room right away, but I did not see the doctor for at least 30 minutes. The intake nurse was very nice. The best interaction I had was with the onsite LapCorps staff member.
Very friendly and knowledgeable.
Very good impression over all, was out in no time!