Questions & Answers
Q What is the phone number for Whole Life Health Care?
A The phone number for Whole Life Health Care is: 603-431-6677.
Q Where is Whole Life Health Care located?
A Whole Life Health Care is located at 100 Shattuck Way, Portsmouth, NH 03801
Q What days are Whole Life Health Care open?
A Whole Life Health Care is open:
Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Sunday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Q How is Whole Life Health Care rated?
A Whole Life Health Care has a 4.2 Star Rating from 86 reviewers.
Ratings and Reviews
Whole Life Health Care
Overall Rating( 86 Reviews )
New England Pickers & Debris Removal LLC on Google
They worst doctors office I have ever been to you have to jump through hoops to get a refill. Are you seeing you to a station where the receptionist answer the phone tell you that your prescription is getting called in you go to pick up his prescription and its been denied. They are the worst.
Ryan on Google
Insane billing. $390 for a "new patient" appointment where they only asked me my medical history (I already provided my records ahead of time) and what I want out of my healthcare. I was under the impression this was a physical appointment all along (which would have been *free* with insurance), but nope. To my surprise, at the very end the doctor told me "ok great let's schedule that physical for 2 weeks out". They're contacting that I pay the full bill within a week or two of the appointment - several emails, texts, and mail. I've never been contacted by billing this quickly and relentlessly after an appointment. I was genuinely excited to have this appointment but now I feel taken advantage of.
Ashlee R on Google
I followed my PCP, Dr. Rembisz to this practice. I've seen her since I was 16, highly recommend her care! She's never let me down.
Jessica nye on Google
Hana G. on Yelp
Cannot recommend. Particularly Elisabeth Robinson + clueless and often rude front desk. 1 star only for their touted PD and knowledge sharing, but who cares when they don't have time, interest, or bedside manner to do so.I used to only go to docs for physicals, preferring natural therapies. After a slipped disc injury, by necessity, I was prescribed meds + drank 200-400 mg caffeine regularly bc I was not sleeping.Despite being friendly myself, my 1st interaction was her looking down at her computer, seemingly inconvenienced about my debilitating pain and other concerns. She didn't explain what she assumed was going on. She acted like I was making things up then referred me away to other specialists and PT.After PT, she referred me to physiatry who helped somewhat. 7 months later pain continued and developed severe neck, back, foot, and wrist injuries from working excessively. I spent free time lying on the floor and stretching. I asked for more help and finally was referred to an orthopedic (I was seeing 4!). I also tried a dietitian and therapists for any type of help to get my active lifestyle back. At this point I was suicidal (for 1st time in adult life) after 8 months of acute pain, unable to live my life.1 year later, I was desperate + I had to quit my job due to pain. In reviewing my records to send to insurance, I noticed visit notes were not accurate. Went on disability insurance. I don't know anything about disability insurance, who was asking for paperwork for long-term disability. I hoped she'd offer guidance, but instead she berated me. I reminded her she is my PCP and should be reviewing my records and managing my health care. I had an apt days later and she said that she did not think a 32 y/o should be in this much pain and she was not comfortable with disability. She also accused me of not being truthful, despite her note lacking things I mentioned during visits. I was enraged and broke down crying, upset and shouting about the lack of medical attention and my pain. She continued her coldness and finally sent me to pain management facility to not have to deal with my care, 13 months after my injuries began.