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  • Dr. Lefkowitz is very smart, attentive, personable and practical. She listens to what you say and the context of your complaint, and explains everything clearly.  I had a problem that could have been ignored by other doctors, delay testing etc., but at the first visit with this symptom I was sent for imaging and sent to a specialist, ended up being hospitalized for a week under her care. I am so thankful she did not delay my testing, waiting for me to get better without treatment. She organized a great team of consultants when I was hospitalized, to get to the bottom of the problem. She remembers me when I come to the office and when I call. She is the best!
    - Deborah M.
  • He is a really good diagnostician. I have been in his practice for five years. He is very thorough and spends the time with you. He upgraded his offices which are much nicer now. He also has upgraded his computer system. A couple of years ago he was still on the old style but now everything is now computer. He had to give me a prescription and it went right over to my pharmacy. On my drive home I got the text message from my pharmacy that it is ready. That is always good.

    - Jill K.
  • He only works on elderly people. I have had only good experiences. He has helped me immensely with my pain management. There is never a long wait. I met him personally at somebody else's house and he told me to look him up and I have been very happy with him.
    - Neal C.
  • I have been with him since before 2003. He is pretty good. He shows real compassion for his patients. He gets along with his patients and if I needed to make an appointment with him today he would say "Come right in!" He also follows up with his patients to make sure everything is still going okay.
    - Robert C.
  • Since I am not his regular patient, he asked me the standard medical background questions. Then he went into several questions which I thought was irrelevant to the reason I am there and were also very invasive (i.e., Where I was born? How long ago did I come to America? Where do I work? What kind of work do I do?) I felt I was being interrogated. I explained my what ailed me during the night and this morning. He took my blood pressure and temperature and said they are fine. I sensed that he did not believe I was ill. I asked him to provide me a note to excuse me from work for the week, he flatly refused. He said he had been burned before by people who just wanted to use doctors to excuse them from work. He said that he does not know if I am one of those people who will go from doctor to doctor to ask for days off from work. I said that I know myself and that's usually the recovery time needed. He said that he does not give patient a week off. He just gave me one extra day off for recovery. His parting words to me: "If you don't agree with [my policy], you can go find another doctor!"
    I am just flabbergasted by my visit there. I am there to seek relief from my illness and put my trust in the caregiver, yet all I got back in return is cynicism, disrespect, mistrust, and insult. Needless to say, I won't step my foot in that place again! I also will be very cautious in selecting a future family doctor because not all people with "M.D." in the back of their names deserve to be one!
    - John H.
  • He is probably the most intelligent and best diagnostician I have ever met in my life. I had a professional relationship with him because I am a pharmacist. I had a patient-doctor relationship with him because he is my doctor. Although, we don?t socialize together, I consider him a friend. He is one of those rare physicians who makes house calls. He is easily available 24/7. He works, if necessary, seven days a week. He is always available. He told me to call 911 if I had a heart attack, but to call him if I cut myself with a knife and not to go to the emergency room. He is a down to earth guy and comes to work in jeans and sneakers with unmatched laces. He is just fun to be around and is a very interesting person.
    - Mark N.
  • I?ve known Dr. Lee for about four months. I think he is a very flexible person. He is very caring. I am impressed with him so far. He is just a good person. He does seem to know what he is doing. It takes a couple of years to really know and understand with a general practitioner. So far, he has given me good treatments and I like him. He has a bunch of old ladies in his staff. They run the place and they seem to have been there forever. They know what they are doing and they are very friendly. Dr. Lee is probably 55-60 years old. He obviously has had the same nurse for more than 20 years. I am sure he is a good boss too. His facility is built out of an old house; it is nothing great. However, he is an amazing person. He treats many senior citizens and sometimes, when they aren?t able to climb the stairs, he comes down and gives the medical care from inside of a bus. He is a nice person. He is on time. You don?t have to wait for a long time. His billing team bills the insurance company awfully late.
    - Robert F.
  • I am a pharmacist and I have known him for almost forty years. He is a fantastic clinician. He is very conservative. He doesn't give referrals until he has tried to solve the problem himself. He has solved some incredible problems. He is caring and he gives patients as much time as they need. He is open and he explains. He answers questions. He has a calming voice. He has a very good bedside manner. He makes house calls. He hasn't been accepting new clients for four years, but he takes patient referrals. He only accepts medicare.
    - Mark N.
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    - Jane A.
  • This was my first visit. The doctor was very patient and listened to all my concerns and walked me through how to address them.
    - Deepak G.
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