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Internal Medicine reviews in Centennial

  • B
    KAISER PERMANENTE
    My last experience was very satisfactory. We've been with the same people for years. She is very down-to-earth and seems to be honest and competent. I've had other doctors at Kaiser. Some of them have been not quite as friendly. It's not hard to get in to see her. I just go online and ask for an appointment. Usually, if it's not anything urgent, it will be maybe a week or so. But, if I have a real problem, I get in to see her very quickly. She is no-nonsense. She does not flatter people, but she is polite. It seems to work. Once in a while, you have to go back. Kaiser is a national, well-established organization and they are very efficient.
    - Morris D. H.
  • A
    Fine, Dr. Andy M.
    Dr. Fine is the doctor to other doctors in the area and also teaches at area hospitals. He is extremely precise and I have never had a prescription that he did not monitor closely. I recommend his practice to anyone that is willing to let him be the doctor and not whine when he does his job!
    - Rex L.
  • A
    Kurse, Dr. Roopashri G.
    She is a wonderful psychiatrist. She is very professional. She is very knowledgeable with medication. She does good work with adolescents as well as with adults. The cost is in line with most other professionals.
    - Leslie F.
  • A
    Brindha Suresh MD
    We moved across town but we still drive to Aurora to see her.  A punctuality score of a B is well worth it because she takes the time to listen and problem solve instead of hurrying in and out before you can voice concerns.
    - Marla K.
  • D
    East-West Hlth. Ctrs.

    I chose Doctor Madhavi as my primary physician, mostly based on the description of her practice found in the West-East-Health website, where it is mentioned the following: 
         "The practice size is deliberately limited to a few hundred patients so that each patient receives the time, care, and attention to detail needed to achieve optimum health and well being".
    In reality I found that making an appointment with Dr. Madhavi is quite the challenge.
    I met with the doctor few times, based on a relatively normal interaction between a patient and his primary physician.
    Here my findings of the practice:
    - Front desk
    the persons at the front desk seem constantly on a bad mood. They do their job, but definitively not a pleasant interaction
    - Making appointments
    Contrary to the expectation set in their web page (quoted above), making an appointment with Dr. Madhavi must be planned in average 1 month in advance. Last week, (Dec 12 or 13, cannot recall exactly), I asked for an appointment due to chest pains. I was given the first possible opening of JANUARY 8. I consider 1 month of waiting line unacceptable, even with the holidays in the middle. And because you are talking with a booking assistant, there is no assessment of the potential severity of the condition, or level of discomfort of the patient. You are left with no choices.
    I then left a voice mail to Dr. Madhavi assistant. As of today, Dec 18, I am still awaiting a response, feedback or even simply acknowledgment that they got my voice mail (Note: it is impossible to talk with the assistant directly, you always get the voice mail...let alone talking with the Doctor: I think it would be easier to get to talk with the Pope).
    A very similar experience happened about a year ago, on November 2012.
    - Actual visit
    As far as I can tell, I think Doctor Madhavi is a good physician. 
    But the protocol of the visits are organized in such a fashion that, if she care for you, it doesn't transpire at all.
    She does take a bunch of notes about your medical concerns and then orders some blood tests or whatever other exams you might need. There is relatively little discussion of plans, next steps, and what should happen after the visit. One might think that such discussion should take place after looking at the results of the exams: in my experience though, I almost never received a follow up (just once, following a blood test, when I was sent a letter suggesting taking some medicine for my cholesterol). 
    When she decides that the visit is over, she leaves the room without any sign that "this is it" (not even a simple goodbye) and you are left wondering what to do next.
    You have to show yourself to the blood test room (if that is what you have to do next) and then show yourself out.
    Her assistant is often nowhere around, to ask information or anything really.
    Sometime I think it is almost a surreal experience


    - William Q.
  • D
    Timberview Clinic at Parker
    Multiple visits. Nurse for Jeff Turk rarely returns phone calls. Prescription refill policy is 48 hours however the realistic timeframe is 5-7 days. When I complained about the communication Dr Turk referred me out to a specialist for every ailment I had. I asked him for assistance regarding a fertility issue and he prescribed a medication that made the fertility worse. He should understand the side effects of the medications he prescribes and his office should be communicating with patients about their health.
    - Christian G.
  • B
    Christopher Smith MD
    I like going to him because he is close to our work. I am actually from Kentucky and I do not know how to get around very well so as long as everybody is on Potomac Street, I can get to them. Someone just recommended him and I went there. His office is very convenient for me. He is very knowledgeable, very understanding and very patient. He always does things no matter what problems I have. It is easy to get in to see him but sometimes when you go there, you have to wait for a long time. So, sometimes I call before my appointment and see how far behind he is running and then they tell me and then I just come in later. I will always use him. I have been seeing him for like six years now.
    - Mary S.
  • A
    Centura Health-Litteton Adventist Hospital
    I like their hospital, and the nurses are all really nice there.  I just got good care when I had been in there.  I haven't been there for awhile.  Their office environment is really nice.  I like everything about that hospital. 
    - Jacqueline M.
  • B
    Aspen Family Care
    I like the doctors, one in particular, and we actually followed him from another practice to that. They do ask questions and spend time with you. They're professional. They just don't read from a doctor like so many doctors are now.
    - jeffrey f.
  • B
    Jason Kolfenbach MD
    Overall, he's a great doctor.  He is on time, he listens, the office staff are great, billing is timely and organized, and you can get a lot of time if you need it.  If you are not a typical case or have several rheumatic issues, he won't go above and beyond to help you find out what's going on.  You'll have to see several doctors just to come back to him for care.
    - natasha b.
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