Dr. Gary Ross

The Most Unprofessional Office

Dr. Gary S Ross may be a wonderful holistic doctor, but I gave up on him because his office is the most unprofessional of any I’ve ever encountered, even making allowances for it being an “alternative” practice.

And that’s on top of it being the most expensive of all the alternative/complementary practitioners I’ve seen in my 12-year bout with my disease. Some examples:

* I never got a statement that I could submit to insurance, just credit card charges with no supporting documentation;

* I encountered charges that weren’t explained to me in advance. Specifically, there was a $200 fee to explain test results; I only found out about it after seeing a charge I didn’t understand on my credit card statement.

Had I known that a test that was just over $100 would have a $200 surcharge I probably wouldn’t have had it done;

* I never got a clearly written treatment plan, with dosages and frequencies specified in writing.

Instead I have his handwritten notes and scribbles from what turned out to be a $200 “service”.

The notes are unclear in their specifics and all the more galling because of the cost;

* The setting for infusions lacks privacy. I was getting an IV drip in the waiting room of his office.

When the doctor thought the room was stuffy he opened the door — which is opposite the elevators.

Hence, every time the elevator stopped on our floor everyone could look in at me getting an infusion.

Not to mention deliveries coming in, and other patients waiting for their appointments;

* The other aspect of privacy that I found lacking: he was seeing other patients in his office while I was getting my infusion.

I could hear everything going on in there, which is unfair to me as well as the other patient, and probably a HIPAA violation.

I think he’s recently moved into this office, so maybe the prior arrangement wasn’t so bad.

I should also mention that I never met Peter, who was praised in earlier reviews; he may no longer work there.

I gave up on Dr. Ross after two infusions, and my total cost was nearly $1200. Ouch!

That’s just too much, especially if I’m not given the chance to get insurance reimbursement.

There are lots of other holistic practitioners in better settings at a much lower cost.

Is Dr. Gary Ross legit?
Dr. Gary Ross is not a legit business owner or provider. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance, and hence 4 consumer(s) was/were given a Dr. Gary Ross as a negative rating, and only a few left positive feedbacks.
Where is Dr. Gary Ross located?
Dr. Gary Ross is headquarted at 500 Sutter St Ste 300 San Francisco, CA 94102. We do not have any affiliation with the better business bureau or yelp reviews platform. You can contact Dr. Gary Ross by dialing (415) 398-0555 or visit their website rosshealth.com.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Dr. Gary Ross’s customers?
According to the reviews posted by Dr. Gary Ross’s customers, US $5443 was the total loss incurred, and hence the severity of the scam is medium.

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4 Reviews on Dr. Gary Ross

  1. I highly recommend dr Ross for this purpose.

    I went to dr. Ross for a health examination for my immigration application. Dr Ross was very careful when preparing the forms and seemed very knowledgeable about the requirements. I highly recommend dr Ross for this purpose.

  2. Dr. Ross is by far one of the best Dr's you will ever be treated by.

    Dr. Ross is by far one of the best Dr’s you will ever be treated by. He has completely upgraded the level of treatment I receive for my thyroid condition. But more than that he truly cares about the complete quality of life that his patients are providing themselves with. he is a wonderful Dr. I would recommend him to anyone. Thank you Dr. and Kathlene – Donna

  3. I had to intervene and get another endocrinologist to confirm that the pituitary was the problem.

    I’m sure Dr. Ross is great as long as the problem is your thyroid. My wife had an undiagnosed pituitary tumor when she went to Dr. Ross for help. The thyroid treatments did not help, of course. He ordered the right test for diagnosing the pituitary problem,

    but totally did not seem to notice that her adrenal levels were all 4x-10x normal, even though the lab results came back late with a “hey this is wack” post-it note. I had to intervene and get another endocrinologist to confirm that the pituitary was the problem.

  4. Way too expensive for the value and service delivered.

    Way too expensive for the value and service delivered. It’s shameful that some MDs can get away with this kind of crap. Definitely look elsewhere.

Reported Loss :5443 $
Severity of Scam :Medium
Reported by : Anonymous
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