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March 30th, 2016
November 9th, 2015Phenomenal Doctor
We have been going to Dr. Gandhi since my twin sons were born prematurely 2.5 years ago. They had a number of tricky medical issues at birth and for the first year. Dr. Gandhi has always been phenomenal. We never had an issue getting an appointment and appointments start on-time. Further, we have felt that we had ample time with every interaction. Dr. Gandhi referred us to NYP Cornell specialists at time and her follow up after was terrific. We moved to Westchester earlier this year and still commute to Dr Gandhi because of the care our children have received with her. I have referred many friends to Dr. Gandhi. It is such a blessing to have such a kind and competent doctor in our childrenâs lives.
April 28th, 2014Total negligent. Uncourteous.
The only reason we went to Dr. Gandhi was that she was the oncall doctor at the Weill Cornell facility for the weekend. Dr. Gandhi failed to do any of the recommended tests and completely missed conducting a strep test for my son. Lacks courtesy and had us out of the facility in less than 3 minutes. Dr. Gandhi made a quick assessment instead of a thorough examination and my son went through excruciating pain for over 8 hours due to her mis-diagnosis.
July 25th, 2008Knows her stuff, but lacking bedside manner
We used Dr. Gandhi for the first 4 months of our daughter's life. We were comfortable with her medical skills/knowledge, but her bedside manner made us uncomfortable at times. Sometimes, she was very nice, patient, and spent a good amount of time with us (nervous new parents). But other times, she was rude/impatient and made it clear that she had better things to do. We would go to each appointment with our fingers crossed that we would catch her in a good "mode" (it was about 50-50 over the course of the 4 months). Then we realized that we shouldn't have to do that. If we're going to have a relationship with a pediatrician over the course of our daughter's childhood, it should be with someone who we feel comfortable with. So we switched to a different practice and now have a pediatrician who is both medically capable and pleasant personality-wise.
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