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Have you seen Dr. Darshana Dadhania?
September 17th, 2016No common sense
July 14th, 2016Sleepless in Manhattan?
February 27th, 2016Which doctor will show up?
July 27th, 2014Disappointed
June 1st, 2014Misleading info
Hello. She does not speak Mandarin, Cantonese, Romanian, Russian, or Korean.
February 17th, 2014Indifferent and uncaring
I don't know if she was having a bad day when I saw her, but she seemed her mind was somewhere else. She had me repeat my questions several times and at one point I wanted to say "doctor, are you feeling OK?" I had a list of questions to ask her about kidney transplant and when I took out my paper with the questions, she had a look of disgust. I was hoping to meet a doctor who really cared about her patients. She was not it.
September 10th, 2013Nightmare!
She shows no concern for the well being of her patients. She instructed me to take all my medications together and when I started getting a bunch of serious reactions, I spoke to my pharmacist who told me that it was a miracle that I was still alive and he instructed me on the correct way of taking them. She ignores all my questions and gets very angry when I keep asking her to please answer my questions. Sometimes, she makes a face and walks away while I am talking to her. She makes me feel like a piece of garbage and i always end up crying all the way back home. I cringe every time i have an appointment with her because she makes me feel so depressed. She has no patience!
May 21st, 2013If I could give no star, I would have!
This middle-aged doctor seems to think that I have all the time in the world. She is at times condescending and don't like her bedside manner. That's why I am going to switch to another doctor.
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April 29th, 2013
March 6th, 2013Dadhania's First Priority IS Dr. Dadhania!
May 31st, 2012
Stay away from her. Nightmare doctor. Bad attitude towards patients. Cornell's moto is patients first, but if you take her as a doctor, research comes first. You will be in a billion medications that you don't even need them. Cost of your medication it's not her problem, your time is not important to her because she holds so many positions and her time is important, she thinks that "patients have lots of time"If she was a good doctor she should focus on herself before she get's heart attack- OVERWEIGHT
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