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Posted on October 27th, 2017
Read the various reviews the ones that are negative are very true. It's too bad that this Dr. Takes test strictly for the money. Have you ever seen a Dr. In his own office not keep a stethoscope around his neck. In all the yrs he checked my pulse once. He I feel lost interest in medicine yrs ago, and has a.great staff. His staff is what keeps him a float!
Good Old Fashion Doctor
Posted on March 29th, 2016
Dr. has old fashion sensibilities. He actually spends a lot of time with me and explains the diagnosis. This is unheard of today. The receptionist is very capable and friendly. The nurse is very professional.
Posted on January 27th, 2016
Dr. Alexeyenko is a good doctor; with that being said now at days when you go to a doctor's office you don't even get to see the doctor you either see a nurse or the doctor comes in for a few mins and that's it. He spends time with you and he explains your diagnosis with out rushing you out. He is a good doctor. in life we can not please everyone we come in contact with.
Posted on January 21st, 2016
He is the worse doctor, rude, nasty, and not knowledgeable of new medicine. He rarely discusses anything with you concerning your health issues. He talks a lot about things not related to your illness. He subjects patients to unnecessary tests that are not related to their visit or their health just to jack up the bill and rip off the insurance company. He never discuses your blood work or any test he does. He is a smooth talker and only to new patients. STAY AWAY FROM THIS SO CALL DOCTOR!
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Posted on January 13th, 2016
The Doctor is extremely thorough investigating both your illness and if it is related to stress or external causes. e is very knowledgeable about the current medical thinking and literature. e uses vitamins as well as conventional medications. e as a great bedside manner and spends alot of time with you.
Posted on September 29th, 2015
He is the best and has been my family's doctor for years.
Posted on April 4th, 2014
Posted on February 28th, 2014
I had been hospitalized on and off for four years, saw neurologists and had to go to the Rusk Institute for one year. No one could help or find the cause of my dizziness. Dr. Alex was the only one to get me back to feeling like myself (that was four years ago) and thank God and Dr. Alex I have felt great since. He listens to you and spends time to hear your concerns. His staff is great and makes me feel comfortable every time I go there. I totally recommend Dr. Alex to anyone looking for a physician.
STAY AWAY! THE WORST EXPERIENCE EVER!
Posted on September 12th, 2013
Definitely do not recommend
Posted on May 4th, 2013
Dr. Alexeyenko is knowledgeable & (usually*) very friendly, but I have qualms with how he runs his practice. 1st, he subjects patients to unnecessary tests that are never related to why they came in (a heart ultrasound, for instance) which he's clearly doing for the insurance money. & for whatever reason, the individuals who administer them are often brusque and not at all gentle. I finally started refusing the tests, and the 3rd time I did, both he and the nurse became visibly irritated and very rude to me*. It was the most unpleasant experience Iâve had in an MD office. 2 more complaints: Dr. A. told me more than once (a little too enthusiastically) that I should feel free to ask him for prescriptions to pills, and he bragged about giving lots of his patients vitamin injections (which seemed like another ploy to make $). Finally, the office is small and ugly, they donât take credit cards (?!) and rarely have many patients there. I was relieved to move on & do not recommend him.
Posted on March 21st, 2013
Average wait is one hour. Staff is courteous but rarely able to find information requested in a timely manner (like last test). Even with appointment, one is asked if one wants to actually see the doctor. Will only do one procedure at a time. A shot means you may ask for nothing else. Not available by phone at any time. After 5:00p.m. answer service says no messages will be taken. Never follows up. Stands when he speaks with you. Will not do refills on prescriptions. Must come to the office. Dr. makes appointments for tests not requested or that already have been done. I believe he is a good doctor, but he is unavailable and rude.
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