Sarah Maudlin, MD - Psychiatry - Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare

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4.1 / 5 (Based on 59 Reviews) Read Patient Comments

Sarah Maudlin, MD

Specialties: Psychiatry



Clinical Interests

  • Women's Health
  • Postpartum Depression


  • English


  • All Saints


  • Medical School
    2005 Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield, Illinois
  • Residency
    2009 Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield, Illinois


  • Psychiatry & Neurology

Practice Restrictions

Dr. Maudlin accepts patients age 15 and above.

Patient Reviews

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July 16, 2016
concerns vocalized with nurse not addressed in meeting with doctor
June 14, 2016
All very good!
April 23, 2016
Very happy with my treatment and would recommend others to her and her office
March 10, 2016
It feels as though Dr. Maudlin is only interested in maintenance. I'm going through some trouble with the medication that I was on not working. It felt like she should have come up with an alternative but she just stopped that med. She left me on one I have been taking that needed additional support. Sent me home to see how just that one med would work suggesting an appointment if 4 to 6 weeks time. It seemed obvious to me that the one medication was not going to work on its own and it is not. I am worse than when I saw her last week. I have scheduled another appointment for next Tuesday, the soonest they could fit me in. I feel it should have been sooner since I am feeling so much worse.
February 23, 2016
Great care with coordinating my medications!
February 10, 2016
very confident and thourogh. highly recommend
November 24, 2015
"Good at."
November 13, 2015
*Dr. Maudin changed my life. She made me normal. I couldn't make it without her.
October 16, 2015
I only spent 10 minutes with the provider, kind of hard to make an educated statement.
August 17, 2015
Dr. Maudlin's approach to patient care lacks warmth; she seems to carry an air of superiority and engages with me as a patient like I'm a problem to solve rather than a person to help. While it isn't difficult to understand her explanations or answers to questions, I don't like asking them because her non-verbal communication while answering them suggests she is bored or disingenuous.
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