- Friendly Staff
- Appropriate Followup
- Spends Time With Me
- Bedside Manner
- Accurate Diagnosis
- Easy Appointments
- Wait Time
Share Your Experience
Have you seen Dr. Alicia Romano?
August 19th, 2016Very smart and personable!
January 16th, 2015
November 14th, 2012MAKE SURE YOU BRING A GOOD BOOK AND SNACKS!!!
-Extremely long wait (over 1 hour 45 minutes).-Impossible to get an appointment unless you pull your child out of school (no Saturday hours). Dr. Romano also doesn't work on school vacation breaks or holidays. She only works after school one day a month until 6:00....but BE PREPARED TO WAIT AS LONG AS I DID! It seems to me that the doctor is more interested in being home with her own children than making sure her patients aren't inconvenienced.-Appointments are booked every 15 minutes however patients are in with the doctor for 20-30 minutes. Seems to me she overbooks to get more money knowing she can get away with it because this is the only Pediatric Endocrinologist group in Westchester County.-It amazes me that so many people tolerate the wait and don't complain. She is a doctor not GOD and nobody should have to wait around as long as we did. (there were 3 other people waiting along with me in the waiting room) and they must have been afraid to say anything. Someone in front of me was waiting over 2 hours and was starving because she hadn't eaten.
August 9th, 2012Gotta be someone else....
You wait months on end to get an appointment. You wait hours to be seen by the doctor once you are there. She spend barely any time with the patient. She expects you to go through this every 3 months or she will not renew your prescription. Is this a caring doctor or a doctor that just wants to be sure she gets her billing in. There has gotta be someone else!
February 29th, 2012Big fan of Dr. Romano
March 16th, 2011She is lovely
September 2nd, 2010
My child had two appointments with Dr. Romano and both times wait time was over three hours ....There is no reason for that kind of wait....Had to leave the second appointment that was at four o'clock because my child and I were hungry for dinner at 7:30 she still had to do her homework, shower and go to bed. I still had to pay for my copay.
August 21st, 2017
June 9th, 2017
March 31st, 2017
March 31st, 2017
March 28th, 2017
- Type 2 Diabetes Basic facts about type 2 diabetes & risk factors to be aware of.
- Asthma More than 22 million Americans suffer from asthma. Get the facts.
- Autism Spectrum Disorder Get the facts about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
- View All Care Guides Prepare for your next visit with our extensive library of Care Guides