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John Hansen-Flaschen MD Patient Reviews

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Overall Rating

3.8
  • 6 patient ratings
  • 3 reviews

Last 12 months:

5.0 (+ 1.2)

3 Patient Reviews

  • Highly Satisfied
    50%
  • Satisfied
    17%
  • Neutral
    17%
  • Dissatisfied
    0%
  • Highly Dissatisfied
    17%
  • Wait Time 50.5 minutes
  • Fair and Accurate Diagnosis
  • Bedside Manner
  • Spends Time With Patients
  • Appropriate Followup
  • Easy Appointments
  • Promptness
  • Friendly Staff

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5.0 of 5
April 1st, 2016
Wait time
45 minutes
Fair and Accurate Diagnosis
Spends Time with Patients
Appropriate Follow-up
Excellent, caring doctor. Highly knowledgeable and listens and learns from patient.
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5.0 of 5
February 6th, 2015
Easy Appointment
Promptness
Friendly Staff
Fair and Accurate Diagnosis
Spends Time with Patients
Appropriate Follow-up
Dr Hansen-Flashen is a compassionate professional and experienced practioner who elicits trust with his patients. I am grateful to be under his care.
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1.0 of 5
July 25th, 2013
Waste of time and lack of scientific approach
Wait time
56 minutes
Easy Appointment
Promptness
Friendly Staff
Fair and Accurate Diagnosis
Spends Time with Patients
Appropriate Follow-up
I waited 5 month for an appointment. I arrived 30 min early and was taken into the waiting room right away. Which usually is a good thing. Instead I waited 2 hours in the room! A family member was literally pacing in the room because the wait was so long. Good thing I brought something to read. The dr never appologized for taking so long. And started out reading the papers I brought for 10 min right in front of me to learn my case. He asked how I felt in the last 4 weeks and I explained. Then he started the physical exam. Pretty routine at this point. Then he tells me to walk with him. And he proceeds to walk me all over the hospital. Then he wants me to climb stair, which is something that triggers my breathing problem. I could only make it up 4 stairs. Then we walked all the way back to the room. His conclusion was I simple had to push myself more. Really you got that by what medical and scientific methodology? I have autonomic neuropathy and autoimmune disease that causes it. Pushing myself without treatment is dangerous because I cant rescue my breathing with any medicine like lets say someone with COPD or Asthma can. Ridiculous waste of time!
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