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  • My Primary Care Doctor sees Dr Lee Pressler. That's how I learned about him. You can't get a better reference than that. |

    I see Dr Lee Pressler at the 95 Madison Ave office in Morristown. If you get an appointment there, its a very busy professional building. Be sure to arrive early as you'll need the extra time to find parking. 

    The office takes VISA,MasterCard, personal check and cash as payment.
    - Brian K.
  • I've had a pretty good experience. There are no issues. She's a marvelous doctor. She pays attention to detail. She treats each patient with respect and takes her time. She's fine. Everything is an A.
    - Barbara N.
  • So, I started taking the pill again and found that when I ran up the stairs, I was starting to get short of breath. This never happened before in my life. I do see a heart doc. but it's for hbp and a rapid heartbeat which is under control with medicine. Anyway, I checked the list of side-effects and it was listed under "Call Doctor Immediately." So I did. I called and my doctor was out. So the receptionist said the nurse would call me right back. 1 1/2 hours later, still no call. So I called again. Another one of the doctors got on the phone with me. First, she said that since I see a cardiologist that I surely must have had shortness of breath before. What an assumption. As if I don't know the reason why I see my own cardiologist (who I did call to ask if it was okay to take the progesterone). He said yes. I want to repeat that I have never had shortness of breath before; ever from walking up the stairs. Then she said that I should call my doctor, or go to the emergency room if I'm worried. But I was calling my doctor; the doctor who prescribed the medicine. I never had a problem calling the doctor who prescribed the medicine saying that I should call another doctor. This is a first. Then she said that shortness of breath never ever happens with progesterone. I told her it was listed on the material from the pharmacy and that was why I called because it said to call my doctor. Then she said that they have to list everything that ever happens on the list. Okay. Then she said perhaps I was having a panic attack and that was why I was having the shortness of breath. I don't have anxiety problems and I was not having a panic attack. I only wanted to know if I should stop taking the medicine or not. That's it. Then she said if you are putting together in your mind your shortness of breath with the medicine then you can skip the next dose. That is horrible as far as I'm concerned. She had a horrible attitude on the phone. It was not caring. She was treating me as if I was a bother and didn't know what I was talking about. Well, I have a Ph.D. I know what I'm talking about and even if I didn't go farther than the 3rd grade, as a human being, and a paying customer, I deserve respect. Anything I said she turned around and in a very "legal" sort of way turned it around as if it wasn't anything about them, it was all me. I wasn't blaming. I just wanted to know if, in some cases, shortness of breath occurs and why it was on the side-effects sheet under call your doctor immediately. Also, I was looking for advice. Such as, should I try one more dose? What would happen as far as the bleeding was concerned. That's it. I was just at the office a few days ago. I was not trying to get a diagnosis over the phone. I was just calling and expecting her, a doctor, to do what a doctor is trained to do. Not to have someone be condescending and change all my statements to make it appear that I have some underlying reason for shortness of breath. Sorry you are incorrect. And now, I have to find another doctor in the middle of this mess I'm going through because I have totally lost confidence in these doctors. Stay away. Bedside manner is extremely important. When you're being treated hastily, or with annoyance, you are more reluctant to ask important questions while you are there. And believe me, you don't want to wind up calling the office. You may never get the answer you need. So, I’ll take her advice. I'll go to my doctor. My new GYN. And if the shortness of breath is anything serious, could getting me annoyed and upset on the phone be helpful. I wish by old GYN didn't retire. I would still be there. I miss my old doctor.
    - Deborah and Tony L.
  • I switched to Dr. A. Kaye from Dr. Boffard's during the first few weeks of my pregnancy. Dr.G. Kaye (her dad) saw me first, he made me feel comfort. Being a first time mom I had a ton of questions, and he was extremely kind and helpful. All of my follow up visit were with him or his daughter. Dr. Alissa Kaye delivered my son, she was wonderful, I could not have asked for a better experience. Dr. G. Kaye came to visit me while in recovery. I have every intention of staying at the Kaye's office for a while.
    - Areli D.
  • She's very thorough during her examinations. I NEVER feel rushed out of her office or that I'm being dismissed. Every question that is important to me is equally as important to her. It's just a very good and caring experience. She's not like every other doctor. Her staff is also very good. She works out of an office on the second floor of a building. Unfortunately, there is no elevator. However, she does have a very big sign in her office that mentions if you have a hard time climbing the stairs that she can see you in another office. Which is nice. No doctor ever runs on time but she'll answer any and all questions that you put in her direction. So if she's running a few minutes late, it's forgivable.
    - Sandy S.
  • Excellent doctor
    - Frederic K.
  • They have every service under one roof; I have my primary physician there, neurologist there, you name it.  They are huge and everything is there.
    - Patrick C.
  • Always excellent service.
    - Barbara D.
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