The complaint has been investigated and
resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved DR. KENNETH WARREN TAYLOR, MD. — is not a nice man, beware of betrayal.
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
I recently read about some pharmacy issues Dr. Kenneth Taylor has and wanted to share a little more inside information with everyone. Dr. Taylor has a history of taking advantage of his patients but also his partners and staff. About 10 years ago, I think it was 2000, Taylor was kicked out of Total Orthopedic Care, who filed a law suit against him for money scams. More than a decade has passed and nothing has changed. Partners come and go out of his practice every few years like a rotating door. Good practicing and quality doctors do not stay in his practice because the stakes are just too high. New doctors come into the practice and work on a salary while the senior partners continue to make bank on accounts receivable. When it's time to be made partner, the senior partners inevitably find some reason why they are not eligible. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to know they just don't want to give up the cushy life that feeding off the new doctors gives them. That's how Dr. Taylor bought the yacht he foolishly parades around in, "Salty Bones". When the new guys discover what the practice is really like, they bail. They cannot run the risk of having their names associated with the insurance fraud and double billing that makes the practice so lucrative. Even Dr. Taylor's physician's assistant fled from the group to save her reputation. And if you're the office manager or an employee that catches on to what goes on in the practice, look the other way or YOU WILL BE FIRED. If you are not interested in playing by Taylor's made up rules, this is not the practice for you. I'm secure in my position now and intend on keeping it that way, however let the truth be known, Dr. Kenneth Taylor is not someone you want to involve yourself with, he's a time bomb of malpractice and fraud just waiting to go off!