I have been seeing Dr. Gritz for quite some time now and he is a fantastic psychiatrist, a great person and has chosen a great office manager. Dr. Gritz worked with me to get me on exactly the medication regiment that I need to be on while being kind and understanding about my problems. Yes, there were times that I had unpleasant reactions to medications but, ""I TOLD HIM ABOUT IT"", and we changed to medications that didn't do that. It's not an exact science. Precribing psychiatric medications is, to an extent, a trial and error process. The office is very warm and welcoming unlike the cold, unfriendly doctor offices I've been to in the past. The office manager, Mark, is a wonderful person and Dr. Gritz is extremely fortunate to have him. I have worked in a doctor's office before and I have to tell you, the amount of work he does usually requires a staff of 3 to 4 people. I have never had to wait due to ""personal calls"". The only calls he has taken while I'm there have been from pharmacies or other patients. They may sound personal because he talks to Dr. Gritz's patients like human beings, not just another file. In regards to him being called ""cavalier"" on the phone, if you call him at the office and act like an ass...expect to be treated like one. I made this mistake once during one of my out of medication periods and he was blunt and honest. It wasn't nice or what I wanted to hear but, it was the truth. So I don't hold that against him. So I will continue to see Dr. Gritz for all of my psychiatric needs. Oh and, by the way, unless you have recieved services from Dr. Gritz, you shouldn't post your comments here. So any problems you may have with Dr. Gritz on a personal level, outside of his practice, need to be kept to yourself.
Pros: Great psychiatris, great staff, great office
Cons: sometimes behind schedule, but everyone is helped