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Internal Medicine reviews in Rockville

  • F
    Fishman, Dr. Norton L.
    This facility is something out of a horror movie. A doctor that gains the trust and turns to be a monster by lying about the treatment he provides, lies to other doctors about your care and treatment, and selling treatments and supplements in his own office that he stands to gain a windfall from. He showed no regard for the truth of what treatments and the possible dangers are (he used the highest conceivable dosages of unproven therapies and combinations of treatments for not weeks, not months, but YEARS and when the treatment proved nearly deadly, he denied that any of his treatments were a possible cause. If not for other physicians, he could have been responsible for causing a lethality... and he was willing to hide it by lying to other caretakers for fear that he might be discovered for the atrocity he was directly responsible for). I would definitely NOT recommend this doctor or his facility in any which way or form. If you can, RUN AWAY from him while you can!
    - Mary P.
  • C
    Comprehensive Primary Care - Rockville
    Dr. Khludenov is my primary care physician, who I would recommend based on his knowledge, experience, and professional manner. He does not make me feel rushed, and listens to all of my questions and asnwers them. The nurses and PAs are equally helpful and professional. His front desk staff, on the other hand, are atrocious. They have all of the warmth of DMV clerks, and are similarly robotic in their tone of voice and apathetic interactions with patients. They are brusque, dismissive, and occasionally even antagonistic.
    - James G.
  • D
    GWU Medical Faculty Associates
    Went terrible in that the quality of medical care was terrible,. after waiting 2 months for an appointment, and doctors office visit that provided no information of value; and then taking test of urine and blood and then refusing to send me the results. I was took go on line an retrieve teh information my self, which I was unable to successfully do. I have very expensive premium insurance and medicare and so my expenses were covered, but my medical care was 3rd world at best. I have been worried about losing my kidneys; it was nothing I did wrong, it was all a result of side effects from my cholesterol medication. I have been to good and outstanding doctors, you will not find it with this doctor of GWU faculty associates, stay away
    - roger h.
  • D
    Rockville Internal Medicine Grp
    The docs that we've seen, Dr. Khetan and Dr. Brooks are good. Very good. (Note: since I had to choose whether to hire, I marked "yes". It is definitely "maybe" or "iffy" at this time.) However, when it comes to billing and back office - look out. During physicals, we have routinely been billed for a secondary charge coded as office visit. We are in current dispute and are being told that when asking for a prescription refill during a physical, we triggered an office visit that encountered another charge. From a business standpoint, if you want feel as your value to Previa lies solely in the number and amount of billable "encounters" that you can create, then this is the place for you.
    - stuart c.
  • B
    Rockville Internal Medicine Grp
    Don't let the sometimes rude front desk people put you off. The doctors and nurses here are wonderful. But avoid the in-house lab if you have a choice. Wait times are ridiculous and the people who work in the lab are usually cranky and abrupt. If you have to go, get there 30 minutes before they open to get in line in the hallway (at around 7:30 AM).
    - Stephanie G.
  • C
    Morrison, Dr. Bennett T.
    I'm thinking of switching my mother to another PCP. While we like Dr. Morrison and he has delivered good service in the past, lately the practice seems chaotic. They renovated their reception area recently which may have been good for the employees, but it's confusing for patients.
    On at least two occasions we have waited weeks for an appointment only to have Dr. Morrison's receptionist phone to cancel it because he was going to be out of the office. These were not last-minute, emergency cancellations, but took place more than a week before the scheduled appointments. The office is so solidly booked that rescheduling usually means waiting a minimum of several more weeks for a new appointment time.
    And when you arrive for an appointment, it almost never starts on time. The later in the day your appointment, the more of a delay there will be. We once waited more than 90 minutes past our appointment time to see Dr. Morrison. At that point, in the late afternoon, he was the only physician left in the practice and was running around putting out fires. After several interruptions from clinic staff Dr. Morrison started getting texts from his son, and answering them, all the while complaining to us about his son. This was in the midst of a patient consultation and, to me, that is unacceptable. He was so busy with other patients and texting his son that he could barely finish a sentence.
    Another problem is the ridiculous amount of time patients have to spend answering questions for Medicare and/ or the constantly-evolving computer system. Why Dr. Morrison needs to personally collect so much information is not clear. It could be collected from the patient via paper questionnaire and input by clerical staff. Instead, Dr. M. has spent several appointments asking and re-asking questions that we have already answered in the past.
    When my mother was hospitalized after seeing Dr. Morrison and another physician in the practice, it took him nearly a week to return my call. I then had to recount everything that happened at the last appointments, because Dr. Morrison hadn't consulted his practice's own records.
    He is a nice guy and spends time apologizing for all of the above-described infractions. But there is something wrong with this practice. I would like my mother to continue seeing him, because all complaints aside he does seem to know his stuff and is good with elderly patients. But we are growing impatient with the long waits, interminable questionnaires and computer glitches, and cancelled appointments. The problem may very well be with the larger practice and not Dr. Morrison alone. But our experience left a lot to be desired.
    - Laura S.
  • B
    Marshak, Dr. Steven P.
    It was good. He is easy to talk to. His office is easy to get into and there's parking space. The only thing I don't like is that they draw your medical records before they work on you. The staff was nice but they had some difficulty filing our insurance information. I would recommend this doctor.
    - Darren C.
  • A
    Rockville Internal Medicine Grp
    I have used them for years. If I wasn't pleased with them, I would have looked for someone else. There is this one doctor who I used from them and I am pleased with her. She is thorough and attentive. She is very good at doctoring and responding to my needs
    - Adie R.
  • A
    Edwin Castaneda MD,FACP
    While The Ocean City area has a selection of urgent care and Family Practice primary care providers, the number of board certified internists, who are the specialists in the often complex medical problems of adults, is fewer than in the metropolitan areas. Many retirees like me who come to the Eastern Shore to live part of the year during retirement seek out such a good primary care internist but have trouble finding one. Dr.Castaneda has practiced as a ABIM certified internist the area for fifteen years, serving as the chief of Internal Medicine at the local hospital. He provides excellent primary care for grown- ups and is also in close touch with referral physicians in Salisbury and Baltimore for those whose complex conditions require tertiary care. I have found him to be as careful, as communicative, and as connected as my primary care physician in the "Mecca" of Bethesda, and a friendly down to earth guy with a sense of humor as well. Family Practitioners are great for young healthy families but I have several complex issues and want my primary care doctor even " down the ocean, hon" to have that extra level of training and expertise. I highly recommend Dr. Castaneda.
    - Jean R.
  • A
    Rosenbaum, Dr. Barry N
    I have been going to see him for years, and I see him only once a year. He takes a personal interest, there isn't any of your 15 minutes are up, so goodbye. That is quite prevalent today. He follows up on it, and I appreciate that. Not many doctors do that. He is not afraid to recommend specialists when he has a question. I have been seeing him for 20 years already.
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