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Internal Medicine reviews in London

  • A
    Samuel Kreis MD
    He is so fantastic.  I’ll give him all “A’s” for the rating.  I like his demeanor and his concern for his patients.  He remembers my name.  He is one if I am really sick, I can call him and he will get me in immediately.
    - Fannie E.
  • A
    Norton Community Medical Assocs
    She's good, she's fast and she checks things out. I've been very satisfied with her. The staff is the same way. I think that she is specific in that she deals only with diabetics so if that is your issue, I would suggest that you go to a specialist in that area. If you are not diabetic she would not do just regular practice. There is not a long wait, it is average I would say. They are really pretty prompt.
    - Linda P.
  • A
    Greater Louisville Int Medcn
    I have been a patient here since 1990. Seen a couple of doctors in this practice over the years but have been with Dr. Omer since he started. He is the best doctor. My mother sees Dr. Balakrishna and i too have seen her when ill. I think both are exceptional in trying to help their patients. You can't go wrong with either doc!!
    - Theresa R.
  • A
    Middletown Internal Medicine
    Patient is weighed, blood pressure taken before seeing dr. I see Dr. Mark Williams, one of the 2 doctors in this practice. I have been his patient for at least 10 years. He does not do a thorough exam but relies mostly on blood work, explains is thoroughly and and quot;knows whereof he speaksand quot;. The office is in the building with Baptist Hosp. Lab, very convenient if tests are needed.
    - Mary B.
  • A
    Ellis, Dr. Robert E
    Dr. Ellis is the most thorough Dr. I have ever been to. The physical exam lasts for 2 full hours and includes an EKG, lung test, hearing test, eye test as well as tests for memory, etc. He is very caring and thoughtful and is a good listener. Dr. Ellis is very good about returning phone calls promptly and his office staff is well organized. There is rarely a wait. I have never felt rushed-he always acts like he has nothing more important to do. I highly recommend Dr. Ellis as a Primary Care Physician.
    - Robin R.
  • C
    Aboud, Dr Michelle J.
    On the recommendation of a friend, I first consulted with Dr. Aboud for an acute illness. It took several months to get that initial appointment, by which time the illness had subsided with help from an urgent care clinic. Dr. Aboud performed a complete physical exam and ordered just about every lab test and specialty consultation available.
         My first impression was that she was being thorough and attentive. However, subsequent interactions have caused me to revise that opinion, as she seemed more interested in collecting test results than in treating my symptoms. Her demeanor in office consultations has been abrupt and directive, leaving me to feel that she is not quite listening to my concerns or valuing my input for diagnosis and treatment. 
          While I understand the financial pressures and time-management concerns of a busy medical practice, I fear she overestimates her role and underestimates the patient's role in the relationship. Most recently, she has informed me by letter that she will require an annual $600 "Access Fee" from patients wishing to participate in her practice. Apart from the fact that her accessibility does not seem to warrant a special fee--I often have to call several times before I get someone to answer the phone and wait several weeks before I can get an appointment--I question the ethics of such a fee and so will not be able to continue as her patient.
    - Mary R.
  • A
    Ellis, Dr. Robert E
    He is absolutely fabulous. He is very good at getting back with me and spending time with me. Though his staff is friendly, they are terrible in forgetting stuff like contacting the pharmacy. But Dr. Ellis is great and has good office with a fabulous coffee machine.
    - Teresa O.
  • A
    Moran, Dr. Michelle
    I have been Dr. Moran's patient for over three years now, and am very happy that FINALLY I found the doctor whom I am comfortable discussing my health issues with, as well as being examined. She is caring and professional, patient and courteous, and does make me feel like I am her only patient (which I know I am not, but nevertheless!). Over the time I have been Dr.. Moran's patient, I have been comfortable going to the doctor's office - the anxiety is at minimum because I know I will get respectful attention and will be heard. There is never a rush, appointments start on time, and coming out of her office always makes me feel better. The office staff is also great and make it a very pleasant experience overall. I am very grateful for this! Thank you, Dr. Moran.
    - Ekaterina B.
  • A
    Stucker, Dr. Elizabeth A.
    She is very thorough. She checks everything, and if she does some blood tests, she calls me up and tells me the results, and what to do about it. The office is well-organized, spacious and pleasant. She is real busy.
    - Elizabeth S.
  • D
    Walden-Fain, Dr. Jennifer L.
    Both the waiting room and exam rooms contain furniture that is old and uncared for leaving the overall appearance as worn and dirty. The carpet throughout is worn and needs replacing. The chairs are uncomfortable. The office staff neither acts nor appears professional. The office space in which they work is open so there is no privacy for scheduling or billing issues. You are taken down a narrow hallway that allows passage for one to an exam room that is outdated and dirty. One of the exam tables has stuffing coming out of two of it's corners which can't be sanitary. If a urine sample is required you step out of the exam room and into the bathroom with a sample cup (no lid). Once you collect your sample you are expected to carry it to the lab (again with no lid) down the hall and around a corner hoping no one is traveling in the opposite direction. In the lab, a tech takes your sample and sets it on a counter next to other samples all with no lids. It is disgusting and this is the only practice in which I have ever been that required me to hand deliver my urine to the lab. On a good day, the bathroom soap dispenser is filled. The trash can is the type that has a pedal to lift the lid, but the pedal has never worked requiring you to lift the lid manually in order to throw away your trash. Have I painted a clear picture?
    - Lauren S.
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