OtolaryngologyOtolaryngology - a branch of medicine that studies the anatomy and physiology of the ear, throat (larynx and pharynx), nose and paranasal sinuses, as well as diseases of these organs, their prevention and methods of conservative and surgical treatment.
- Utah, Layton
Dr. Bryan L Richards, MD works in
Layton, Utah is a specialist in Otolaryngology and graduated University Of Utah School Of Medicine in 1994. Dr. Richards is affiliated with Davis Hospital & Medical Center, Lakeview Hospital and practicing for 23 years
I received a timely response to my questions and concerns.
I got an appointment when I needed one.
They kept things moving and on time during my visit.
Knowledge and Skill:*
I received a thorough evaluation.
I received a correct diagnosis and up-to-date treatment.
I was given specific advice on lifestyle changes I can make to improve my health.
Shared Decision Making and Communication:*
I was given the medical information I needed in an understandable way.
The provider really listened, gave me the time I needed, and put me at ease.
We discussed treatment options and choices I have.
The provider addressed traditional and alternative medicine treatment options in an open-minded way.
Davis Hospital & Medical Center is a hospital located in Layton, UT. Procedures/Diagnosis costs are at the state average in 6 of 8 procedures. Length of Stay is shorter than the state average in 2 of 8 procedures.
Lakeview Hospital is a hospital located in Stillwater, MN. Procedures/Diagnosis costs are above the state average in 6 of 8 procedures. Length of Stay is shorter than the state average in 7 of 8 procedures.
Dr. Robert L Mellor, MD works in
Layton, Utah is a specialist in Otolaryngology and graduated University Of Arkansas College Of Medicine in 1983. Dr. Mellor is affiliated with Davis Hospital & Medical Center and practicing for 34 years
This was the worst experience I have ever had with a doctor visit. First of all I saw the NP Amber , she made me feel like I was a bother to her . As I sat in the chair she told me to stand and pull my pants down then she took three steps back and bent over to pretend to look at the affected area, which made me feel like she didn't want to be near me. I said pretend to looks at because there was no way she could have seen the problem from that position. Then she talked with the nurse to tell he...