The Best stroke and critical care neurologist in the state of Kansas ..., May 30, 2013
We are so grateful to have the first stroke specialist in Wichita, KS. Saves my mother's life. She is now doing so much better. Dr is very helpful, took an hour to talk and understand the problems and medical issues. Very knowledgable and excellent manners. A must for any one seeking a neurologist in Kanas, worth a travel to Wichita. Check out his web site: www.ENVIaesthetics.org
Horrid doctor do not go to her. Don't know who gave her a license...., May 5, 2013
This doctor is a joke, she doesn't care about your health. Also, she doesn't seem to really listen to you when you talk. Truthfully I felt very uncomfortable with her and could't wait to get out. How did she get her license?
unsatisfied and in shock that he graduated from med school..., Apr 23, 2013
I waited 30 mins to be seen only after being greeted by the most unorganized and unfriendly staff I have ever seen. The doctor rushed through the appointment and clearly believed he should be doing something else with his time. I was also misdiagnosed and given a prescription for the wrong medication. This man shouldn't be practicing medicine.
Downhill fast since changes to office and move ..., Mar 7, 2013
Something has happened since he joined NYU. No one answers the phones, have to call for weeks just to get a response, long wait with doc spending no time with you. This is not the level of care or service people expect from a doctor.
Waste of my time, poor attitude, service from staff..., Feb 22, 2013
I had to make at least 12 calls before I was able to reach the office and schedule an appointment. At times the line was not working. Other times the person left me on hold so long I had to hang up. Finally, I spoke with someone able to answer some basic questions and I accepted the first appointment available 2.5 months later.
Before agreeing to request her services I requested to meet the doctor and pay for her time. Her staff person said she didn't know what the cost was that the price was up to the doctor.
The morning of my appointment the office seemed geared for high volume and low personal attention. I found staff behavior poor. When answering the phone no one identified who they were. None of the 3 women I met after I arrived introduced herself. I saw no name tags. The reception desk person scanned my license without explaining or asking permission. With all the ID theft taking place nationwide that made me uncomfortable. The young woman who escorted us from the reception to the exam room addressed a lady that was there at the same time and I as "dear" and "girls."
After I waited in the exam room an unhappy looking woman introduced herself as the office manager and closed the door. She said she was sorry (she didn't appear sorry but rather in a hurry for me to leave). She went on to say that the doctor and her colleagues in the practice never meet people before they become patients, implying I should leave. She waited to make sure I left the exam room.