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Richard Childers, M.D.

  • NPI Number: 1902876220
  • Primary Specialty: Emergency Medicine
  • Languages Spoken: ENGLISH
  • Gender: Male
Education
  • Medical School
  • Loyola University -Chicago
  • Residency
  • Naval Medical Center
Star Ratings
Star Rating
4.0 out of 5
( 48 Ratings,
 8 Comments )
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Comments
  • Star Rating
    Jan 18, 2024
    They are very helpful and are always aware and attentive to the children. Well, in my opinion, they were very attentive to my son and looking for what was best for him, thank you.
  • Star Rating
    Nov 16, 2023
    I never did get my son's test results
  • Star Rating
    Oct 12, 2023
    Sat in the waiting room and waited for an hour. Then I walked up and asked them when I was going to get in, they told me they couldn't give me a time, so we left. Tell me, where do you think you can get better?
  • Star Rating
    Oct 11, 2023
    It took a long time for them to give us the results of the X-rays. Also, they treated other people faster.
  • Star Rating
    Aug 22, 2023
    Need my results
  • Star Rating
    Aug 21, 2023
    Yes, all the doctors nurses and all the caregivers are included the lab and the EKG person that gave my EKG. They were all very helpful, very thoughtful... And I had no problem with any of them. Thank you.
  • Star Rating
    Aug 10, 2023
    I really love the pre-op nurse. She was very, very good. And I don't really know her name, sorry. But she gets a A+, 10, 100, whatever. Thank you, goodbye.
  • Star Rating
    Jul 24, 2023
    What they did wrong was that first they made me dictate to the child, my son is very ill. I was dehydrating, I was vomiting almost every minute 2 minutes and they discharged me so this is the good thing that I was there for a while in the waiting room waiting for my son to come for me because of the child and the child was still very ill he needed serum for the vein, that they hospitalize him and I had to go back right there to touch them at the hospital and the second time was when the child received adequ