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May 30th, 2014patient
Overall nice dr. but really bad practice - After over 1 hour wait time (which appears to be the normal) I got my first visit. The Dr. text messaged during the visit, took care of other patients while testing me and overall seemed distracted. I really felt that after waiting over 1 hour, I would get the attention I deserved. In addition, the Dr. was so distracted, he forgot to give me the prescription! This was a critical diagnoses and I felt I did not get the basic consideration. The overall experience was very bad and I do not plan on going back ever.
August 7th, 2013
Simply put this is the worst medical practice I have dealt with. The doctor explains very little and his staff is inept. Botched paperwork caused me to live with horrible sleep apnea for nearly 2 additional months. The night of my sleep study I showed at 10 pm to be greeted by no one. I waited in a dark parking lot until a late arriving technician finally showed. the office hours are until 5 pm...but you will get an answering service most days by 4:30 pm. My advice is get a new doctor as fast as possible.
April 18th, 2012
Dr. Ehsan has been my neurologist since 2003. His care for me has been a blessing! He is very gentle, concerned and compassionate...but stern in making sure you follow his medical advise. He follows through with your health; checking and recheking to make sure nothing was missed! He is not one to grab the prescription pad first! When I have to go to the hospital for any reason and he is called; he does not pass me off to other dr.'s; he comes himself! That is a blessing! In addition, he is in communication with my other Dr.'s who take care of me! We all are on the same page!
July 7th, 2011A caring and knowledgeable doctor
He is knowledgeable and genuinely cares about his patients. He doesn't do unnecessary tests or make you come back for unnecessary visits. He returns my calls. He is a good neurologist, and I will certainly go back to see him, if I have the need.
April 22nd, 2011
disappointed with his in-hospital care, kept asking us to make a decision regarding a critically ill family member however never had a clear conversation with us regarding diagnosis and prognosis, initially refused to do a non-invasive harmless procedure for more information regarding my family member even after several family members with some medical knowledge requested it and only agreed when hospital management asked him to do it, was unable to answer our questions, thus he appeared to have a weak fund of knowledge during, was not forthcoming about my family member's illness (it was a very poor prognosis which we were aware of, however he did not take the time to sit down and confirm our fears or discuss the grave situation), overall suboptimal medical care, did not appear to exercise enough compassion in his dealings with us, had to involve upper level hospital management in order to have decisions made and actions taken for my family member, overall very dissatisfied and sad that our experience was so poor in his care
April 2nd, 2010Not a good choice
Unresponsive, forgot I was waiting in his office, failed to order really important tests after I had a super-painful procedure just for that reason, a ...
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