Dr. Bruce Dobozin, MD
Internist, Allergist & Immunologist
30 years of experience
Video profile
Accepting new patients
Upper East Side
121 E 60th St
New York, NY 10022
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Patient Reviews ?

Overall Rating:
  • Currently 3 of 4 stars
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Ease of Appointment:
  • Currently 2.5 of 4 stars
  • Currently 2.8 of 4 stars
Courteous Staff:
  • Currently 2.5 of 4 stars
Accurate Diagnosis:
  • Currently 2.5 of 4 stars
Bedside Manner:
  • Currently 2.8 of 4 stars
Spends Time with Me:
  • Currently 2.8 of 4 stars
Follows Up After Visit:
  • Currently 2.8 of 4 stars
Average Wait: 13 minutes
  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
 |  Great doctor with caring attitude  |  show details
May 26th, 2012

I took my 9 year old boy with asthma to see Dr Dobozin on E 60th Street in Manhattan. He made insightful comments and changes to his medications that allowed him to live a more normal life. I also read Dr Dobozin's book which helped tremendously by making me aware of how to watch out for danger signals and helpful tips about daily management of his allergies. I was just thrilled with the changes that occurred.

  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
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Jan 2nd, 2012

Dr Dobozin moved into Manhattan which is more convenient for me since I work there. He is an excellent doctor and has kept my asthma and allergies stable for years and has avoided allergy shots too! He just published a book for patients, the 3rd edition. This book is helpful for answering all my questions in between seeing the doctor.

  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
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Nov 28th, 2011

Dr. Bruce Dobozin is knowledgeable, insightful and attentive.

  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
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Nov 23rd, 2011

Top notch. Top trained. Expert in his field. Highly recommend. Sorry he moved into Manhattan. But I'll follow him there.

  • Currently 1 of 4 stars
 |  He makes patients to fill in very long questionnaires for his research papers  |  show details
by Ara Khachatryan on Mar 31st, 2010

I had terrible experience with this doctor. Being a HealthFirst provider he refused to see me, a healthfirst insured patient , because I did not want to go ahead and fill in a very long questionnaire that had nothing to do with my then health situation. I was supposed to answer to more than 60 questions prior to appearing in his office. And if I had gone to the appointment I would have found out that I was not his patient coz he sees only Asthma patients (I had food allergy and wanted a skin test to be performed). So whats the reason for making patients to feel a big research questionnaire if the doctor doesnt even know if he was going to see the patient or not. The asnwer is one- the data is used for research sampling.