Reviews of Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine (College)

8401 S Chambers Rd, Parker, CO 80134, United States

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Here you will see all the feddbacks of people who are using the services and products of Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine (College) in the area close to Colorado.

At the present the business gets a rating of 3.5 stars out of 5 and the rating was based on 8 reviews.

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REVIEWS OF Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine IN Colorado

Nazar D

Clinic offers an expedient way to get vaccinations. I was in and out in about 10 min.

Logan Ostrom

I had a terrible experience with RVU as a student. I failed a course late into the second semester due to issues stemming from a diagnosis of ADHD, and in response the school dismissed me (despite having an 81% average in all other courses that year). However, other students who failed the course were allowed to repeat the semester. I was told this option wasn't available to me because policy dictated that because I'd taken a leave of absence early on in my schooling at RVU (which I voluntarily took because I was struggling, and this is when I got diagnosed with ADHD), I wasn't allowed to repeat the semester like my fellow classmates. They admitted that this was a poor policy, and even told me that the policy has since been revoked. But they've told me the change to the policy was too late to effect me, and haven't let me back into the school. That cruel decision by RVU has left me with over $100,000 in student loans, and the devastation of having the thing I'd worked very hard for 5+ years for stripped from me in an instant. It's left me feeling defeated and worthless, and as I've worked with a therapist I've struggled to find a new purpose for my life.

Gregory Pharr

Had a wonderful experience at the clinic as a patient. The entire staff was very friendly, patient, and helpful. Instead of the 2 minute assembly line visits most doctors give these days, the doctor here spent a surprising amount of time talking and discussing my care with my wife and I. He took the time to explain options and treatments for my various health issues, pros and cons of each, and what and why he recommended what he did. He didn't hesitate to do appropriate labs and tests. I was also impressed at the knowledge he had about the latest treatments and research, even studies that are lest than a year old. That's the advantage I guess of using residents that had recent med school training. They know the latest and greatest stuff. I also like that they are DO doctors instead of MD doctors. Same medical training, but a much nicer approach to patients and care. I also like the online portal they have to review and manage my care. In all, great experience. I'll be using them as my primary care providers.

Brian Borges

Great place to work

Sean Gray

I am very dismayed with the extremely unpleasantly "reception" I was given as a prospective student. I drove to the campus on my off day in an effort to speak with students during their lunch hour, something I have done at about a half a dozen other campuses in the last 8 months. I did not have an appointment and was told by security I could not walk inside the building unescorted or go to the student lunch area upstairs. Fair enough. They contacted admissions at my request to see if an exception could be made for the lunch hour but I was denied. I exited the building and walked around to look at the campus before approaching a few students sitting outside to ask about their experiences. After a few minutes, I was approached by a security guard who wanted to know if I was a student. When I answered I was not, I was told I had to leave the premises immediately, asked for my ID to photograph, walked to my car and had my cars license, make and model recorded over the radio in what I can only describe as an extremely hostile manner. I can appreciate not wanting some one walking through the building unescorted. I can not understand such harsh treatment of some one who is outside the building speaking with students voluntarily. It certainly does not seem in line with the websites statements of "We are here to assist you. Whether you are currently in college, just graduating, out in the workforce and contemplating a career change, or just thinking about the possibility of becoming an osteopathic physician, feel free to contact us. We will gladly provide campus tours, conduct transcript evaluations, and answer any questions you might have regarding the admission process." Needless to say, I will not consider applying here going forward.

Tom Cheney

Lindzee Schwartz

Julia Wiggs

As a patient they treat you well, quick and with respect, I highly recommend. They take tricare!!

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