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A patient who verified they visited Dr. Lee S Pollack - Posted on November 29th, 2017
Dr. Pollack himself is a great doctor. However, his staff is unprofessional and lack communication abilities. They are also an unorganized office. If you need anything faxed from them, be prepared to wait a least a week and a half. Dr. Pollack I would personally advise you to hire a completely new staff. As I'm sure you already know, your team represents you! I would hope this isn't who you really are and my encounters with you were all fake. They should remember the patients pay their paychecks
Worth the wait!
Self-verified patient of Dr. Lee S Pollack - Posted on February 16th, 2017
After seeing three other neurologist, Dr. Pollack was the only one that figured out what was wrong. I have been seeing him for many of years and because of him my quality of life has improved. The reason the wait time is so long is because he cares about his patients and takes his time with each. I would rather wait then be rushed like most doctors do. He knows what he is doing. He cares and prefers quality care and not quantity!!!
Great Dr. horrible front office
A review by a patient that verified they have visited Dr. Lee S Pollack - Posted on February 7th, 2017
I really liked this doctor but his office staff was rude and dismissive. I always felt like I was bothering them even when giving them my money for services. I also think it is wrong to charge for a Authorization request for medication that the dr prescribes.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Lee S Pollack - Posted on October 24th, 2016
I've seen him for almost a year and he takes his time with you and doesn't rush you. If your insurance doesn't cover a certain medication he will find an alternative. Christine is also great and willing to help you and his staff is friendly and helpful
A patient who verified they visited Dr. Lee S Pollack - Posted on October 18th, 2016
Wait time is usually very long. The doctor spends a lot of time with each patient, however the patient scheduling is not taken into consideration. He went to great lengths to find my problem. Office staff is nice and helpful. Wait time is the only questionable thing. He is not warm and fuzzy but thoughtful.
Patient for 9 yrs
A review by a patient that verified they have visited Dr. Lee S Pollack - Posted on June 15th, 2016
I have been a patient for 9 yrs and have always been treated good. I even know some of the staff by name and they always speak to me. Dr. Pollack listens to you and tries to find a solution and will work with you to get the right treatment
Absolutely Worst Experience!
A review by a patient that verified they have visited Dr. Lee S Pollack - Posted on May 29th, 2016
The things that are most important patient care, customer service, sympathy, and tact are all things LACKING by the individuals in the office especially Lee Pollack himself. Reading older reviews, it seems as if he has let himself go into complacency and greed. We got there early and had to wait nearly an hour to be seenâ¦.a recurring instance from other reviews His staff is rude and unprofessional, we walk in and greet the front desk clerk with a smile and helloâ¦.and get a âfill this outâ with no eye contact or warmthâ¦.but that isnât a huge surprise because itâs clear he prefers money in his pocket and will hire whoever will take the pay and throw on some scrubs. Walking into the office of this âprivate practiceâ you are immediately met with an inordinate amount of signage, most of it pertaining to making sure you pay or you will NOT be seen. Now this isnât an unheard of idea, especially with private practices, but the signage was obnoxious. Moreover, this place was dirty/dusty and sloppily put together (which is the complete opposite you see in normal private practices that require $$$$). The furniture in the waiting room and patient rooms were mismatched, old, and dirty, the walls were filthy, the floors needed to be swept AND moppedâ¦the whole experience left you feeling uncomfortable. Turns out we were waiting for results that had been sitting in his office for several weeks. Now I understand that you wait for an appointment, but when the results are potentially positive for a neurological disorder, you communicate sooner. When I asked about the time delay, he blamed the labs for not sending results in a timely fashion, but he did not comment on when our results came in. The onus was on him to call us and say âhey I canât see you in a decent time, but I suggest you try to go in and see someone elseâ¦.or let me squeeze you in at the end of my day so you have all the information you need.â He did not give us the respect or consideration. That shows that he is lazy/ doesnât care about his patients by the fact he let these results sit for so long. He just cares about his bottom dollar. At the consult, he haphazardly explained lab results to us and when I asked more poignant questions about follow-up tests, his experiences with the results, and other things, he began stammering over his words, sweating, and once he realized that he was talking to someone that knew about the subject (and that he was not appropriately answering the questions) began to exclaim he was uncomfortable with my presence there and tried to withdraw from the consult. This was not my consult or HIS consultâ¦.he made the time about him (forgetting he took an oath to help people, even if he was uncomfortable with my questions and concern). When a clinician answers a question without thinking or consulting with his constituents (or telling you he will) is a bad sign that they are narcissistic and believe they can tell you whatever they wantâ¦â¦ He suggested we do some research and decide which treatment to startâ¦â¦WHOA WHOA WHOAâ¦..that is something YOU are supposed to do?!?! He had no treatment plan in place. He spoke about medicines off the top of his head, mis-pronounced some of them, and mis-represented what some of them do; clearly another indication of his lack of preparedness and consideration! Beware of this guy.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Lee S Pollack - Posted on May 27th, 2016
11 years of treatment and exploration of an incurable disease. Easily the most brilliant Doctor I have seen my entire life as a medical guineapig and professional patient.
Worth the wait
A patient who verified they visited Dr. Lee S Pollack - Posted on December 4th, 2015
My confidence in Dr. Pollack as a neurologist is very high. The wait time is long, but that is because his patients are willing to wait for a doctor they have confidence in.
A patient who verified they visited Dr. Lee S Pollack - Posted on November 5th, 2015
Best in town
A patient who verified they visited Dr. Lee S Pollack - Posted on November 2nd, 2015
He is one of the best doctors ever, that I have ever had the privilege of knowing. His bedside manner is great and he is very though in testing and will take the time it takes to make sure he is on the same page as you are and he will also make sure you understand what he it talking about, so that you understand it. I would not have it any other way!! All I can say is he is one of the best I have ever have worked with.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Lee S Pollack - Posted on September 25th, 2015
Dr. Pollack is extremely educated in the field of Neurology and it's related illness. I've never been to a Dr. who has such a high level of care. . He takes the necessary time with examinations, care and treatments. Thank you Dr. Pollack !
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