I was a patient of Dr. Schulze at the Center for Family Medicine in 2006 and 2007. In 2006, I had some test performed and Dr. Schulze's nurse called and said that I needed my gallbladder out. She also said the doctor wanted to see me. At the visit, I asked why I needed the surgery and the doctor told me that I did not need surgery. The nurse was mistaken.
This year (2007), I had some similar tests performed. After about 7 days, my doctor's nurse called (again) and said that I needed surgery. Deja vu. I asked the nurse why I needed the surgery and she said she wasn't sure. I asked her if she could find out and/or have the doctor call me. A few minutes later, the nurse called back and told me the doctor does not call patients. The nurse referred me to a surgeon.
I had heard good things about the physician and really searched her out. I liked her a lot and thought she was thorough in the office, but the staff here is inadequate. Mostly, the "doctor does not call her patients" was enough to scare me away from this office. Here's the way it works: The nurse calls you to tell you that you need surgery, doesn't know why, and says the doctor doesn't call patients.